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Methods for Nonlinear Structural Response Analysis of Offshore Structures with Passive Fire Protection under Fires
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Methods for Nonlinear Structural Response Analysis of Offshore Structures with Passive Fire Protection under Fires
Kim, Jeong Hwan; Lee, Dong Hun; Ha, Yeon Chul; Kim, Bong Ju; Seo, Jung Kwan; Paik, Jeom Kee;
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 Abstract
In offshore structures, fire is one of the most important hazardous events. The concern of fires has recently been reflected in the rules and quantified risk assessment based design practice. Within the framework of quantified risk assessment and the management of offshore installations, therefore, more refined computations of the consequences or hazardous action effects due to fire are required. To mitigate fire risk, passive fire protection(PFP) is widely used on offshore structures. This study presents methods for a nonlinear structural response analysis considering the PFP effects under fires. It is found that a structural response analysis is most likely to use valuable technology for the optimization and design of offshore structures with PFP. Thermal and structural response analyses have been performed using LS-DYNA and FAHTS/USFOS. The results of these structural response analyses are compared with each other.
 Keywords
Offshore structures;Passive Fire Protection;Heat transfer analysis;Nonlinear structural response;
 Language
Korean
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