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Rudolph, K., Richter, E., Hass, R. and Quast, U., 1986. Principles For Calculation Of Load-bearing And Deformation Behaviour Of Composite Structural Elements Under Fire Action. Fire Safety Science 1: 301-310. doi:10.3801/IAFSS.FSS.1-301
The fire behaviour of composite steel-concrete members was especially investigated by testing as well as by using calculation models for the temperature rise and the load-bearing capacity including deformations and restraints. This combined procedure resulted in well designed members within a comparatively short period. The thermal and structural responses of composite structures are studied theoretically-numerically. Analytical models for determining thermal material properties for concrete and steel are described. Temperature-dependent stress-strain relationships for concrete and structural steel are presented. Finally the application of the analytical models in a computer program is shown.
Analytic classification: composite structures, Composites, Computer programs:, Computer simulations, Concrete:, Concrete: thermal properties, Deformations, Heat transfer:, Restraint, Steel: thermal material properties, Stress-strain: temperature dependent, Structural analysis, Structural members: composites, Thermal analysis
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