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International Handbook of Structural Fire Engineering

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This Handbook is focused on structural resilience in the event of fire. It serves as a single point of reference for practicing structural and fire protection engineers on the topic of structural fire safety.


Características

  • ISBN: 9783030771225
  • Páginas: 529
  • Tamaño: 17x24
  • Edición:
  • Idioma: Ingles
  • Año: 2021

Disponibilidad: 3 a 7 Días

Contenido International Handbook of Structural Fire Engineering

Maximizes reader understanding of the concepts of structural fire safety and why/how they emerged and evolved over time
Discusses what design fire models exist, when they might be chosen and why
Details how different materials respond to fire and the methods that can be employed to attempt to ensure adequate structural response in fire
Provides guidance concerning how solutions can be adequately implemented during the construction process Reviews the means by which post-fire performance can be interrogated and under what circumstances different structural forms can or cannot be re-instated

This Handbook is focused on structural resilience in the event of fire. It serves as a single point of reference for practicing structural and fire protection engineers on the topic of structural fire safety. It is also stands as a key point of reference for university students engaged with structural fire engineering.

1 Foreword and Introduction
Danny Hopkin and Kevin LaMalva

1.1 The Handbook and Target Audience
1.2 Introduction
1.3 Fire Resistance and the Status Quo
1.4 Structural Design for Fire Safety
1.5 Handbook Structure

2 The Fire-Resistive Principle
Kevin LaMalva, John Gales, Anthony Abu, and Luke Bisby
2.1 Time Domain
   2.1.1 Origins of Fire Resistance
   2.1.2 Qualification Testing
   2.1.3 Testing Criteria
   2.1.4 “Restrained vs. Unrestrained”
   2.1.5 Empirical Calculation Methods
   2.1.6 Equivalence Methods
2.2 Strength Domain
   2.2.1 Structural Engineering
   2.1.2 Qualification Testing
   2.1.3 Testing Criteria
   2.1.4 “Restrained vs. Unrestrained”
   2.1.5 Empirical Calculation Methods
   2.1.6 Equivalence Methods
2.2 Strength Domain
   2.2.1 Structural Engineering
   2.2.2 Relevant Standards
   2.2.3 Performance Expectations
   2.2.4 Restraint and Continuity
   2.2.5 Calculation Methods
References

3 Keys to Successful Design
Martin Feeney, Kevin LaMalva, and Spencer Quiel

3.1 Project Conception
   3.1.1 Education of SFE Approach
   3.1.2 Stakeholder and Authority Goals
3.2 Project Definition
   3.2.1 Performance Objectives
   3.2.2 Structural System Scope
   3.2.3 Fire Hazard Scope
3.3 Project Initiation
   3.3.1 Design Metrics and Assumptions
   3.3.2 Design Brief Documentation
   3.3.3 Prevention of Scope Creep
3.4 Design Implementation
   3.4.1 Design Team
   3.4.2 Computational Resources
   3.4.3 Acceptance Criteria
   3.4.4 Periodic Stakeholder Briefings
3.5 Construction Administration and Due Diligence
   3.5.1 Confirmation of Design Assumptions
   3.5.2 Change of Occupancy or Use
   3.5.3 Modifications/Extensions of Existing Building
References

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