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Study on Fire Resistance Performance According to Boundary Conditions for Beams Made of High-Strength Structural Steels Using Analytical Methods
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  • Journal title : Fire Science and Engineering
  • Volume 29, Issue 5,  2015, pp.23-28
  • Publisher : Korea Institute of Fire Science and Engineering
  • DOI : 10.7731/KIFSE.2015.29.5.023
 Title & Authors
Study on Fire Resistance Performance According to Boundary Conditions for Beams Made of High-Strength Structural Steels Using Analytical Methods
Kwon, In-Kyu;
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 Abstract
Recently, structural materials have been developed to have high performance, and SM 520 has been developed and used for high-rise buildings. However, fires frequently occur in buildings, and the number of victims and amount of damage increase year by year. However, the evaluation of fire resistance performance for structural beams made of SM 520 is done with specimens made of ordinary structural steels with boundary conditions of a fixed beam, and the results are allowed for use in steel-framed buildings. This study analyzed the fire resistance performance of statistically indeterminate beams built with SM 520. The analysis used a fire engineering technique that includes mechanical and thermal data of SM 520 and heat transfer theory, and heat stress analysis was also conducted. The results from the analysis were compared with those from a statistically determinate beam made of ordinary structural steels.
 Keywords
High strength steels;SM 520;Fire resistance performance;Fire design;
 Language
Korean
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