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|Title:||Behaviour of High Strength Steel under Fire Conditions|
|Keywords:||Science & Technology;Technology;Construction & Building Technology;Engineering;Materials Science;Engineering;Materials Science;Elevated Temperature;Mechanical properties;Structural-steel;Multidisciplinary;Civil|
|Publisher:||Destech Publications, Inc|
|Citation:||STRUCTURES IN FIRE, 8: pp. 624 - 631, (2016)|
|Abstract:||This paper is concerned with the material characteristics of various commercial high strength structural steels (yield strengths between 460 and 700 N/mm2) at elevated temperatures. These steels vary in chemical composition and production route but have similar tensile properties at ambient temperature. Preliminary data of the following: proportional limit (fp,θ), elastic modulus (Ea,θ), effective yield strength (fy,θ) based on the total strain level at 2% (in accordance with the Eurocode approach) obtained from isothermal tests are presented as reduction factors and compared with literature and the Eurocode (EN 1993-1-2). The consequences for material selection and design are also discussed.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dept of Mechanical Aerospace and Civil Engineering Research Papers|
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