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The Design of Steel Framed Buildings Without Applied Fire Protection

The standard methods of applying fire protection to steel framed structures, in the form of board, spray or intumescent coating, are well known. However, owing to material and fixing costs the need for passive fire protection is classed as a distinct disadvantage of using steel as a material for structural frames. C.G. Bailey and G.M. Newman

Author(s): Bailey, C G;Newman, G M

Keywords: fire protection;slimflor;slabs;slimdeck;floors;composite construction;encased beams;hollow sections;filled;angles;reinforced concrete;stability;research