T3 Fiumicino Airport - Rome|Italy

Incide was contracted by Aeroporti di Roma for the fire retrofit project of the historic Termina T3. The main problems faced arose from the presence of a steel roof designed by Morandi, which had to be kept unaltered. The Terminal's fire retrofit required the installation of a smoke extraction system, verification of the roof structures subject to thermal load, and the installation of a fire detection system. Incide developed several CFD (Computational Fluid Dynamics) models to simulate fire scenarios inside Fiumicino terminal T3, developing a coherent executive design for smoke management and evacuation. At the same time, InCiDe verified various structural elements using FSE (Fire Safety Engineering) methods. The engineering approach was fundamental for the verification of the steel roof elements, designed by Ing. Morandi and characterised by a high historical-architectural value. The executive project includes the installation of forced smoke evacuators arranged in strategic positions, guided by fluid-dynamic models. The electronic implementation and activation synchronism of the different elements is managed by an electrical project, also developed by InCiDe according to current regulations.
ADR Aeroporti di Roma
ADR Aeroporti di Roma
Rome (ITALY)
Aviation - Infrastructures
Structural engineering - Electrical engineering - Mechanical engineering - Fire protection engineering