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Structural Health Monitoring 2010: Proceedings of the 5th European Workshop

  • ID: 1288912
  • Book
  • July 2010
  • Region: Europe
  • 1045 Pages
  • DEStech Publications, Inc
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This volume presents a key focus on the behavior of structures under fire exposure, including the "art, science and practice of structural fire engineering", including the following topics: Fire and thermal models for fire resistance evaluation; Numerical modeling of structures exposed to fire; Simple calculation methods; Experimental studies; Material behavior at high temperature; Practical applications and case studies; Analysis of ""whole structure"" behavior; and Steel, concrete, masonry, timber, aluminum, and composite structures.

Executive Summary

- Composites, metals and concrete at high temperatures
- Experimental and model analysis of whole structure behavior
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Scientific Committee

Organizing Committee

Steering Committee



- Experimental Investigation of Fundamental Behavior of Steel Members under Fire Loading
- A 3D Numerical Analysis of a Typical Steel Highway Overpass Bridge under a Hydrocarbon Fire
- Numerical Analysis of the Cross-Sectional Capacity of Structural Steel Members in Fire
- Stability Check of Steel Frames Exposed to Fire
- Thermal Response of Steel Columns Exposed to Localized Fires—Numerical Simulation and Comparison with Experimental Results
- Structural and Fire Behaviour of a New Light Gauge Steel Wall System
- Development of a 3D Co-Rotational Beam-Column Element for Structural Analysis of Steel and Composite Frames Exposed to Fire
- Fire-Induced Progressive Collapse of Steel Structures that have Sustained Localized Damage
- Lateral-Torsional Buckling of Carbon Steel and Stainless Steel Beams Subjected to Combined End Moments and Transverse Loads in Case of Fire
- Reliability-Based Capacity Reduction and Fire Load Factors For Design of Steel Members Exposed to Fire
- Temperature of External Column During Fire Test Restrained Steel Beam Behaviour in Case of Fire, Depending on Load Ratio, Performed in Case Study of a Bus Station
- Experimental and Numerical Modelling of Cellular Beams with Elongations Openings at Elevated Temperature
- Performance Based Design Approach for Evaluating Fire Resistance of Restrained Steel Beams
- Load Bearing Capacity of Steel Structures after Fire
- Stress-Based Equations for Predicting the Buckling Capacity of Steel Plates Exposed to Fire
- A Study of Damage Mechanism of Thick Fireproof Coating for Steel Member Subjected to Monotonic Loading


- New Regulations for Hollow Core Slabs After Premature Partial Collapse
- Performance in Fire of Fibre Reinforced Polymer Strengthened Concrete Beams Including Embedded Fibre Optic Sensors
- Fire Performance of Precast Prestressed Concrete Beam with Openings
- Explosive Spalling of Concrete Columns with Steel and Polypropylene Fibres Subjected to Severe Fire
- Fire Resistance of a Concrete Box Beam Prestressed by External Tendons
- Behavior of Concrete Columns Subjected to Fire
- The Influence of Travelling Fires on the Response of a Concrete Frame
- Simplified Procedure for Shear Failure Assessment of RC Framed Structures Exposed to Fire
- Modeling the Fire Response of Reinforced Concrete Columns under Biaxial Bending
- Modelling the Fire Resistance of Prestressed Concrete Floors Using Multi-Spring Connection Elements
- Behaviour of Earthquake Damaged Reinforced Concrete Structures In Fire
- Fire Testing of an Earthquake Damaged RC Frame
- A Simplified Sectional Analysis Approach for RC Elements During Fire Events
- Moment Curvature Relationships for Fire Damaged Reinforced Concrete Sections
- Experimental Examination of Residual Load Bearing Capacity of RC Beams Heated Up to High Temperature
- Influence of Thermal Elongation of Beams on the Fire Resistance of RC Frames
- Stability of RC Structure Under Non-Uniform Thermal Exposure
- The Fire Performance of Polymer Fibre Reinforced Composite Concrete Slabs
- Estimating the Response of Flat Plate Concrete Slab Systems to Fire Exposure
- Structural Behavior of Reinforced Pre-Compressed Concrete (r.c.) Structures in Fire: Paradigms and Lessons from Experience
- Spalling of Normal Strength Concrete Walls in Fire
- A Material Model for the Numerical Simulation of High Strength Concrete Columns Subjected to Fire Loading
- Modeling R/C Columns in Fire According to Different Constitutive Models for Heated Concrete
- Performance of FRP-Strengthened Reinforced Concrete Beams Under Design Fire Exposure


- Composite Columns Made of Partially Encased Steel Sections Subjected to Fire
- Parametrical Study on the Behaviour of Steel and Composite Cellular Beams Under Fire Conditions
- Performance of RC Beam to Concrete Filled Steel Tubular (CFST) Column Frames Subjected to Fire
- Experimental and Analytical Investigations of the Behaviour of Protected Composite Floor Beams with Web Openings in Fire
- Influence of Reinforcement Properties on the Failure of Composite Slabs in Fire
- Collapse Mechanisms of Composite Slab Panels in Fire
- Planning for a Large-Scale Fire Test on a Composite Steel-Frame Floor System
- Large-Scale Fire Test of Unprotected Cellular Beam Acting in Membrane Action
- Experimental and Numerical Investigations of Steel and Concrete Composite Floors Subjected to ISO Fire Condition
- Experimental Evaluation of Composite Floor Assemblies Under Fire Loading
- A Numerical Model for Unbraced Composite Frames in Fire
- Fire Resistance of Axially Loaded Slender Concrete Filled Steel Tubular Columns
- Performance Based Fire Resistance Design of CFT Columns in a Railway Station
- Fire-Resistance Evaluation of Double CFT Columns Under Central Axial Load
- Fire Endurance Performance of Cellular GFRP Columns with Water-Cooling System
- Influence of Moisture Transpor on Fire Resistance of Steel Concrete Composite Slab
- Numerical Modelling of Membrane Action of Composite Slabs in Fire Situation
- Fire Test of Composite Floor with Castellated Beams
- The Slab Panel Method: Design of Composite Floor Systems for Dependable Inelastic Response to Severe Fires


- Design Method for the Separating Function of Timber Structures
- Design Model for Fire Exposed Cross-Laminated Timber
- Failure Mechanisms of Structural Insulated Panel (SIP) Systems Under Natural Fire Conditions
- Fire Resistance of Connections in Timber Structures
- Design of Timber-Concrete Composite Floors for Fire Resistance
- Fire Performance of Epoxied Connections in Heavy Timber Structures
- Fire Resistance of Wood-Steel-Wood Bolted Timber Connections
- Fire Performance of Engineered Versus Traditional Lumber
- Fire Resistance of Traditional Timber Post and Beam Construction—An Experimental and Modeling Study
- Timber Bolted Joints Subjected to High Temperatures
- Post Protection Behaviour of Wooden Wall and Floor Structures Completely Filled with Glass Wool
- Failure Times of Gypsum Boards
- Using Artificial Neural Networks for Predicting Temperatures In Timber
- A Laboratory Study into the Fire Resistance Performance of Structural Insulated Panels (SIPs)


- Improved Details for Fire-Induced Steel Single Plate Shear Connections
- Fire Performance of External Semi-Rigid Composite Joints
- Experimental Investigations and Analytical Model for the Behavior of Grade 8.8 Bolts and Butt Welds Under Heating and Subsequent Cooling
- Investigations on the Behavior of Steel Single Plate Beam End Framing Connections in Fire
- A Simplified Model for Modelling End-Plate Connections In Fire
- Testing of Composite Top-and-Seat-and-Web Angle Joints at Ambient and Elevated Temperature
- Numerical Modelling of HSS Endplate Connections at Elevated Temperatures
- Experimental Study of Mechanical Properties of High-Strength Bolts After Fire
- Finite Element Analyses of Flexible End-Plate Connections Between Steel Beams and Columns at Elevated Temperatures
- How Connections Affect Global Response


- Constitutive Equations and Empirical Creep Law of Structural Steel S460 at High Temperatures
- Experimental Study of the Mechanical Properties of Prestressed Steel Wire at Elevated Temperatures
- Influence of Polypropylene Fibres on the Thermal Strain of High Strength Concrete at High Temperatures
- Fire Induced Transient Creep Causing Stress Relaxation and Tendon Rupture in Unbonded Post-Tensioned Structures: Experiments and Modeling
- Experimental Study of Aging Effects on Insulative Properties of Intumescent Coating for Steel Elements
- Bond Strength Degradation for Prestressed Steel and Carbon FRP Bars in High-Performance Self-Consolidating Concrete at Elevated Temperatures and in Fire
- Strain Development of Traditional and Self-Compacting Concrete During Fire
- Behaviour at High Temperature of Concretes Prepared with Flint, Quartzite or Limestone Aggregates
- How the Steel Fibres Improve the Residual Properties of Concrete Subjected to High Temperature
- Experimental Study on Fire Performance and Protection of Building Seismic Rubber Bearings
- Consideration of Transient Creep in the Eurocode Constitutive Model for Concrete in the Fire Situation
- Deformation of Concrete Due to Mechanical and Fire Loads
- Physical Properties and Behaviour of High-Performance Concrete at High Temperatures
- Permeability of High Performance Concrete at Elevated Temperatures
- Uni-Axial Behaviour of Confined Fiber Reinforced High Strength Concrete Exposed to Elevated Temperatures
- Effect of Heating Method on the Physical Properties of Hybrid Fibre Reinforced High Strength Concrete at High Temperature
- Pore Pressure Measurement Inside Hybrid Fibre-Reinforced High Strength Concrete Under High Temperature Condition
- The Application of RGB Histogram Analysis of Colour Images as a Method of Assessing the Condition of Concrete in Structures After Fire
- On High-Temperature Properties of Structural Shotcrete Containing Different Accelerating Agents
- Proposal for the Model and the Mechanical Properties at High Temperature for High Strength Concrete Mixed with Fiber Cocktail
- High-Strength Concrete Reinforced Jute Fiber and Water-Soluble PVA Fiber under High Temperature
- A Theoretical Approach for Estimating Mechanical and Electric Properties of Polymers and Polymer-Concrete Mixtures at Elevated Temperatures
- Fire Behaviour of High Performance Concrete—An Experimental Investigation on Spalling Risk
- Stress-Strain Curves of Steel and Aluminum Exposed to Natural Fires
- Tangent Modulus of ASTM A992 Steel at Elevated Temperatures
- Behaviour of Galvanized High Strength Grade 10.9 Bolts Under Fire Conditions


- Using Open Sees for Structures in Fire
- Significance of Common U.S. Construction Details on Fire Resilience Of Structural Steel Floor Systems
- Structural Response of Unprotected Floor Assemblies in Realistic Residential Fire Scenarios
- Mitigation of Post-Earthquake Fire Risk to Building Structures
- The Use of Adiabatic Surface Temperature to Design Structures For Fire Exposure
- Variability of Fire and Concrete Temperatures and the Associated Uncertainty in Structural Behavior
- Feedback and Knowledge Gaps from a Variety of Structural Fire Engineering Projects
- Prediction and Calibration of Fire Resistance of Standard Units
- A Simplified Approach for Evaluating Equivalent Fire Resistance Under Design Fire Exposures
- An Assessment of the Use of Structural Deformation as a Method of Determining Area of Fire Origin
- Structures Fire Safety: The Brazilian Research Project
- Overview of the AISC Specification Appendix 4—Structural Design For Fire Conditions
- Determining the Moment-Curvature Diagram of Aluminum Cross-Sections in Fire; A Numerical Code and Practical Examples

Author Index
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