The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 73 (1995) > Issues > Issue 15 > Behaviour of Steel Structures in Fire Conditions
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Behaviour of Steel Structures in Fire Conditions

Traditionally, structural fire engineering design has been considered an area outside the scope of engineering design. In the United Kingdom, the Building Regulations specify minimum periods offire resistance for loadbearing elements depending on the function and size of the building. Fire statistics, particularly those related to fatalities, show that the Regulations huve been eflective in terms offire safety against structural collapse but are perhaps too conservative. N.P. Braimi and E.W. Marchant

Author(s): Braimi, N P;Marchant, E W

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