smoke shaft

smoke pipe, smoke vent

smoke pipe
1. A pipe or duct which carries smoke outside a building or to a flue.
2. Same as breeching, 1.
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Automatic opening vents (AOVs) on the external wall of the building or in a vertical smoke shaft can be used to ventilate smoke from common areas.
Stair pressurization was examined as a means of meeting the requirements of Local Law 5 since the smoke shaft requirements would have been prohibitive for a building the size of WTC 1 and WTC 2.
Local Law 5 (New York City 1973) retroactively imposed the requirements for smoke shafts for existing high-rise buildings, when it was enacted in 1973.
Basis for the design of smoke shafts. Fire Technology 9(11):209-22.