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Fire Damage Mechanism of RC Structure and Assessment Method

Fire Damage Mechanism of RC Structure and Assessment Method

Fire cause concrete surface cracking and crazing, chemical decomposition, and microcracking and spalling. These impacts can significantly change the properties of structural concrete, reducing strength and durability, and altering structural behavior. Assessment and evaluation of damages caused by fire ...

STRUCTURAL EVALUATION PROCESS

STRUCTURAL EVALUATION PROCESS

STRUCTURAL EVALUATION PROCESS This procedure is applicable for conventionally reinforced cast-in-place concrete, precast-prestressed concrete and post-tensioned cast-in-place concrete. The evaluation of an existing concrete building is usually performed for stability, strength, safety and future expected life. Evaluation of a ...

FATIGUE STRENGTH OF RIVETED AND CORRODED STRUCTURES

FATIGUE STRENGTH OF RIVETED AND CORRODED STRUCTURES

The fatigue strength of riveted members is relatively insensitive to the rivet pattern or type of detail (cover plate details, longitudinal splice plates, and angles or shear-splice details). A major advantage of riveted (or bolted) members is that they ...