By Prof. Guoqiang Li, Associate Prof. Peijun Wang (auth.)
Advanced research and layout for fireplace protection of metal Structures systematically offers the most recent findings on behaviours of metal structural parts in a hearth, similar to the catenary activities of confined metal beams, the layout tools for restricted metal columns, and the membrane activities of concrete flooring slabs with metal decks. utilizing a scientific description of structural hearth protection engineering rules, the authors illustrate the real distinction among behaviours of an remoted structural point and the restricted part in a whole constitution less than fireplace conditions.
The publication should be a vital source for structural engineers who desire to enhance their realizing of metal structures uncovered to fires. it's also an amazing textbook for introductory classes in hearth protection for master’s measure courses in structural engineering, and is great studying fabric for final-year undergraduate scholars in civil engineering and fireplace protection engineering. moreover, it effectively bridges the knowledge hole among fireplace security engineers, structural engineers and development inspectors, and may be of important curiosity to architects, code officers, development designers and fireplace fighters.
Dr. Guoqiang Li is a Professor on the collage of Civil Engineering of Tongji collage, China; Dr. Peijun Wang is an affiliate Professor on the college of Civil Engineering of Shandong college, China.
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Advanced Analysis and Design for Fire Safety of Steel Structures by Prof. Guoqiang Li, Associate Prof. Peijun Wang (auth.)