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This book explains and illustrates the rules that are given in the Eurocodes for designing steel structures subjected to fire.


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  • ISBN: 978-3-433-03143-8
  • Páginas: 475
  • Tamaño: 17x24
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  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Año: 2015

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Contenido Fire Design of Steel Structures 2e EC1 - Actions on structures - Part 1-2: Actions on str. exposed to fire. EC3 Design of steel structures. Part 1-2:

This book explains and illustrates the rules that are given in the Eurocodes for designing steel structures subjected to fire. After the first introductory chapter, Chapter 2 explains how to calculate the mechanical actions (loads) in the fire situation based on the information given in EN 1990 and EN 1991. Chapter 3 is dedicated to the models which represent the thermal actions created by the fire. Chapter 4 describes the procedures to be used to calculate the temperature of the steelwork from the temperature of the compartment and Chapter 5 shows how the information given in EN 1993-1-2 is used to determine the load bearing capacity of the steel structure. Chapter 6 presents the essential features that characterize the advanced calculation models, for thermal and mechanical response. The methods used to evaluate the fire resistance of bolted and welded connections are described in Chapter 7. Chapter 8 describes a computer program called `Elefir-EN? which is based on the simple calculation model given in the Eurocode and allows designers to quickly and accurately calculate the performance of steel components in the fire situation. Chapter 9 looks at the issues that a designer may be faced with when assessing the fire resistance of a complete building. This is done via a case study and addresses most of the concepts presented in the previous chapters.
 For this second edition the content has been revised and extended. The book contains some new sections, e.g. a compari

INCLUDES A LICENCE OF THE SOTWARE ELEFIR-EN

Table of Contents

Preface
Notations

Chapter 1 Introduction

Relations between different Eurocodes
Scope of EN 1993-1-2
Layout of the book

Chapter 2 Mechanical Loading

General
   General rule
   Simplication 1
   Simplication 2
   Simplication 3
Examples
Indirect actions

Chapter 3 Therman Action

General
Nominal temperature-time curves
Parametric temperature-tine curves
Zone models
CFD models
Localised fires
External members

Chapter 4 Temperature in steel Sections

Introduction
The heat conduction equation and its boundary conditions
Advanced calculation model. Finite element solution of the heat conduction equation
  Temperature field using the finite element method
Section factor
Temperature of unprotected steelwork exposed to fire
Temperature of protected steelwork exposed to fire
Internal steelwork in a void protected by heat screens
External steelwork
  General principles
  Example
View factors in the concave part of a steel profile
Temperature in steel members subjected to localised fires
  Unprotected  steel members
  Protected steel members
  Thermal response of steel members in case of multiple localised fires
     Multiple localised fires due to simultaneously burning cars an example of a car park
     Characterization of the fire and definition of the fire scenarios
Temperature in stainless steel members
  Example

Chapter 5 Mechanical Analysis

Basic principles
Mechanical properties of carbon steel
Classification of cross sections
  Cross section under combined bending and axial.compression at normal temperature
     First methodology for Class 1 and Class cross sections
     Second methodology for the case of Class 1 and Class 2 cross section
     First methodology for Class 3 and Class cross sections
     Advantafes and disadvantages of the two presented methodologies
  Cross section under combined bending and tension at normal temperature
  Classification under fire conditions
Effective cross section
Fire resistance of structural members
  General
  Members with class 4 cross section
  Tension members
  Compression members
  Shear resistance
  Laterally restainded beams
    Uniform temperature distribution
    Non-uniform temperature distribution
    Bending and shear
  Laterally unrestrained beams
    The elastic critical moment for lateral-torsional buckling
    Resistance to lateral-torsional buckling
  Members subjected to combined bending and axial compression
  Some verifications of the fire resistance no covered by EN 1993-1-2.
    Shear buckling resistance for web without intermediate stiffeners
    Cross section verification of a member subjected to combined bending and axial force( compresion or tension )
       Class 1 and 2 rectangular solid sections
       Class 1 and 2 doubly symmetric I and H sections
       Class 3 doubly symmetric I and H sections
       Class 4 cross sections
       Bending,shear and axial force
Design in the temperature domain critical temperature
Design of continuous beams
    General
    Continuous beams at room temperature  
    Continuous beams unfer fire conditions
Fire resistance of structural stainless steell members
Design examples

Chapter 6 Advances calculations models

General
Thermal response model
Mechanical response model
Some comparisons between the simple and the advanced calculation models
   Shadow factor
   Buckling  curves
   Factor K2
   Factor K1

Chapter 7 Joints

General
Strength of bolts and welds at elevated temperature
Temperature of joints in fire
Bolted connections
   Design fire resistance of bolts in shear
    Category A Bearing type
    Category B ( Slip resistance at serviceability ) and Category C ( Slip resistance at ultimate state )
   Design fire resistance of bolts in tension
    Category D and E Non-preloaded and preloaded  bolts
Design fire resistance of welds
   Butt welds
   Fille welds
Design examples

Chapter 8 The computer program elefir-en

General
Brief description of the program
   Available thermanl calculations
   Available mechanical calculations
Default constants used in the program
Design example

Chapter 9 Case Study

Description of the case study
Fire resistance under standard fire
 Thermal calculations
 Structural calculation
   Loading
   Fire resistance by the simple calculation model
   Fire resistance by the general calculation model
 Fire resistance under natural fire
   Temperature development in the compartment
References

Annex A Thermal data for carbon steel and stainless steel section

Thermal properties of carbon steel
  Specific heat
  Thermal conductivity
  Thermal elongation
Section factor Am / V ( m-1) for unprotected steel members
Section factor Ap / V ( m-1) for unprotected steel members
Tables and monograms for evaluating the temperature in unprotected steel members subjected to the standard fire curve ISO 834
Tables and monograms for evaluating the temperature in protected steel members subjected to the standard fire curve ISO 834
Thermal properties of some fire protection materials
Thermal properties of stainless steel
   Specific heat
   Thermal conductivity
   Thermal elongation
Tables and monograms for evaluating the temperature in unprotected  stainless steel  members subjected to the standard fire curve ISO 834
Thermal properties of some fire compartment lining materials

Annex B Input data for natural fire models

Introduction
Fire load density
Rate of heat release density
Ventilation control
Flash-over

Annex C Mechanical properties of carbon steel and Stainless Steel

Mechanical properties of carbon steel
  Mechanical properties of carbon steel at room temperature ( 20ºC)
  Stress-strain relationship for carbon steel at elevated temperatures ( without strain-hardening )
  Stress-strain relationship for carbon steel at elevated temperatures ( wth strain-hardening )
  Mechanical properties of stainless steel

Annex D Tables for section classification and effective width evaluation

Annex E Section factors of European hot rolled IPE and HE profiles

Annex F Cross sectional classification of the European hot rolled IPE and HE profiles


Cross sectional classification for pure compresion and pure bending
Cross sectional classification for combined compresion and bending momentson between the simple and the advanced calculation, as well as additional examples.
 

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