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Mr. Jack R. Mawhinney

Senior Fire Protection Engineer

Hughes Associates Inc

Direct Phone: (410) ***-**** ext. ***       

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Hughes Associates Inc

701 N. Post Oak Road, Suite 220

Houston, Texas 77024

United States

Company Description

Founded in 1980, HAI is a global company offering fire protection engineering, environmental, and security consulting services. Hughes Associates Shanghai is centrally located in the Xuanrun International Building, Suite 819, 1100 Wuzhoung Road, Shangha ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief Executive Officer

Retired Guy

Senior Research Officer

Institute for Research in Construction

Affiliations

The IWMA Private Member
International Water Mist Association

Web References (63 Total References)


IWMA - Members

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Mr. Jack Mawhinney

Hughes Associates, USA (Vice Chair)


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Jack Mawhinney, Senior Engineer, Hughes Associates, Inc., Baltimore, MD, spoke on the subject of selecting fire suppression technologies for heritage properties.


Fire Protection Challenges and Solutions in Rail and Road Tunnels by Jack Mawhinney | BC Chapter of SFPE

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Fire Protection Challenges and Solutions in Rail and Road Tunnels by Jack Mawhinney

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Jack Mawhinney of Hughes and Associates in Baltimore, Maryland will present the season's opening presentation on: Fire Protection Challenges and Solutions in Rail and Road Tunnels. Jack has an international reputation as a fire protection engineer- partly as a result of his work on water mist systems. He has done much to further the cause of fire research and its application to difficult design problems.
Jack started his engineering career in British Columbia before joining the National Research Council in Ottawa. He joined Hughes and Associates in 1996 as a research engineer.
Jack was chair of the National Fire Protection Association technical committee for the Standard on Water Mist Systems (NFPA 750) from 1993 to
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Jack and his colleagues at Hughes have applied CFD modeling to extend the usefulness of test data. By
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Jack is particularly interested in incorporating the benefits of suppression systems into standard design procedures for structural fire protection and ventilation systems in highway and rail tunnels.


Fire Protection Challenges and Solutions in Rail and Road Tunnels by Jack Mawhinney | BC Chapter of SFPE

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Fire Protection Challenges and Solutions in Rail and Road Tunnels by Jack Mawhinney

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Jack Mawhinney of Hughes and Associates in Baltimore, Maryland will present the season's opening presentation on: Fire Protection Challenges and Solutions in Rail and Road Tunnels. Jack has an international reputation as a fire protection engineer- partly as a result of his work on water mist systems. He has done much to further the cause of fire research and its application to difficult design problems.
Jack started his engineering career in British Columbia before joining the National Research Council in Ottawa. He joined Hughes and Associates in 1996 as a research engineer.
Jack was chair of the National Fire Protection Association technical committee for the Standard on Water Mist Systems (NFPA 750) from 1993 to
...
Jack and his colleagues at Hughes have applied CFD modeling to extend the usefulness of test data. By
...
Jack is particularly interested in incorporating the benefits of suppression systems into standard design procedures for structural fire protection and ventilation systems in highway and rail tunnels.


BC Chapter of SFPE

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Jack Mawhinney of Hughes and Associates in Baltimore, Maryland will present
the season's opening presentation on: Fire Protection Challenges and
Solutions in Rail and Road Tunnels.
Jack has an international reputation as
a fire protection engineer- partly as a result of his work on water mist
systems. He has done much to further the cause of fire research and its
application to difficult design problems. Jack started his engineering career in British Columbia before joining the
National Research Council in Ottawa.
He joined Hughes and Associates in 1996
as a research engineer. Jack was chair of the National Fire Protection Association technical
committee for the Standard on Water Mist Systems (NFPA 750) from 1993 to
2003. Beginning with testing of a water mist system for Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV)
transport rail cars for the Channel Tunnel in 1997, he has participated in
full-scale fire testing of water-based suppression systems conducted at
tunnel test facilities in Switzerland, Spain, Norway and England. Jack and his colleagues at Hughes have applied CFD modeling to extend the
usefulness of test data.
By
using specific fire test data to calibrate a CFD model of the test
structure, they made it possible to examine
tunnel configurations and ventilation conditions that differ from the test
arrangement (within limits), thus increasing the value of the test data. Current design approaches for passive structural fire protection, and for
ventilation systems in tunnels are based on assumptions of unsuppressed
fires. Jack is particularly interested in incorporating the benefits of
suppression systems into standard design procedures for structural fire
protection and ventilation systems in highway and rail tunnels. We are pleased to welcome Jack back to his hometown for this important SFPE
Chapter 30 presentation. Date: September 10, 2013
Time: Registration and Reception 5:30pm
Location: False Creek Yacht Club (1661 Granville Street)
Cost: Members - $30; Non-members $35.

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