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1.1 Introduction
1.1.1 Development of fire in buildings
1.1.2 Fire safety
1.1.3 Fire protection
1.1.4 Structural fire safety design methods
1.2 Design Curves and Fire Models
1.2.1 Nominal temperature-time curves
1.2.2 Natural fire models: compartment fires or parametric fires
1.2.3 Natural fire models: localized fire models
1.2.4 Natural fire models: advanced fire models
1.3 Material Properties of Steel At Elevated Temperature
1.3.1 Mechanical properties of materials
1.3.2 Thermal properties
1.4 Passive Protection for Steelwork
1.4.1 Fire protection systems
1.4.2 Thermal properties of fire protection systems
1.5 Heat Transfer in Steel
1.5.1 Type of heat transfer
1.5.2 Heat transfer equation for steel
1.6 Mechanical Analysis of Structural Element
1.6.1 Required fire resistance time
1.6.2 Mechanical actions
1.6.3 Design value of material temperature
1.6.4 Design value of fire resistance time
1.6.5 Critical temperature
1.6.6 Load bearing capacity
1.7 Design of Steel Members Exposed to Fire
1.7.1 Design methods
1.7.2 Classification of cross-sections
1.7.3 Tension members
1.7.4 Moment resistance of beams
1.7.5 Lateral-torsional buckling
1.7.6 Compression members with Class 1, Class 2 or Class 3 cross-section
1.10.1 Introduction
1.10.2 Design loads and load distribution in the frame
1.10.3 Fire resistance and protection of a tension member BE
1.10.4 Fire resistance and protection of steel beam AB
1.11 References
2.1 Introduction
2.1.1 Different approaches for fatigue analysis
2.1.2 A short history to fatigue
2.2 Fatigue Loading
2.3 Stress Methods
2.3.1 Standard fatigue tests
2.3.2 S-N curves
2.3.3 One dimensional analysis for fatigue assessment
2.4 Strain Methods
2.4.1 Cyclic material law
2.4.2 Fatigue life
2.5 Crack Propagation Methods
2.5.1 Characteristic of fatigue surfaces
2.5.2 Fatigue mechanism
2.5.3 Linear elastic fracture mechanics
2.5.4 Crack propagation under fatigue load
2.5.5 Short crack behavior
2.6 Fatigue Analysis Under Variable Loads
2.6.1 Fatigue testing under variable loading
2.6.2 Palmgren-Miner rule
2.6.3 Cycle counting
2.6.4 Crack propagation under variable loading
2.7 Fatigue Analysis of Welded Components
2.7.1 Factors affecting the fatigue life
2.7.2 S-N methods for evaluating fatigue life
2.7.3 Crack propagation method
2.8 Calculation Examples According to Eurocode 3
2.8.1 Introduction
2.8.2 Given values
2.8.3 Stress calculations
2.8.4 Assessment for the trolley carrying the full load of 150 kN
2.8.5 Assessment for the trolley returning empty
2.8.6 Assessment for the trolley returning carrying load of 70 kN
2.8.7 Assemblage of the calculated damage and determination of the fatigue
2.9 References
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Book - Advanced Steel Structures, Fire and Fatigue Design - By W Lu

Book - Advanced Steel Structures, Fire and Fatigue Design - By W Lu

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