Collapse Temperature of Steel Structuresby Joel Kruppa, Fire Research Engineer; Dept. Etudes, Centre Technique Industriel de la Construction Metallique, Puteaux, France,
Serial Information: Journal of the Structural Division, 1979, Vol. 105, Issue 9, Pg. 1769-1788
Document Type: Journal Paper
French fire safety rules allow the theoretical proof of fire stability of structures. The CTICM established a method which includes two parts: critical temperature calculation; and heating calculation. The first part, based on plastic design, is the subject of this paper. Comparisons are given between experimental critical temperature and calculated temperature, for statically determined and undetermined beams with variable condition of heating. The problem of restrained expansion of columns is also considered.
Subject Headings: Steel structures | Temperature effects | Material failures | Structural failures | Fire resistance | Plastic design | Structural safety | Columns | Comparative studies | Beams | Structural stability
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