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References

Association for Specialist Fire Protection (ASFP), Steel Construction Institute and Fire Test Study Group (2002). Fire Protection for Structural Steel in Buildings, 3rd Edition.

Cooke G.M.E., Lawson R.M. and Newman G.M. (1988). ‘Fire resistance of composite deck slabs’, The Structural Engineer, 66(16), pp253-261, 267.

DDENV13381-4: 2002 Test Methods for Determining the Contribution to the Fire Resistance of Structural Members – Part 4: Applied Protection to Steel Members, British Standards Institution, London.

EN1991-1-2: 2002 Eurocode 1: Actions on Structures. Part 1-2: General Actions – Actions on Structures Exposed to Fire, British Standards Institution, London.

Franssen J.M., Kodur V.K.R and Mason J. (2000). User’s Manual for Safir2001 – A Computer Program for Analysis of Structures Submitted to the Fire, University of Liège, Belgium.

Iding R., Bresler B. and Nizamuddin Z. (1996). ‘FIRES-T3: A computer program for the fire response of structure-thermal (Three-dimensional version)’, Report NIST GCR 95-682, National Technical Information Service, Gaithersburg.

Lawson R.M. and Newman G.M. (1990). Fire Resistant Design of Steel Structures – A Handbook to BS 5950: Part 8, SCI Publication 080, The Steel Construction Institute.

Newman G.M. (1991). The Fire Resistance of Composite Floors with Steel Decking, 2nd Edition, SCI Publication 056, The Steel Construction Institute.

PD7974-3: 2003 Application of Fire Safety Engineering Principles to the Design of Buildings – Part 3: Structural Response and Fire Spread beyond the Enclosure of Origin (Sub-System 3), British Standards Institution, London.

prEN1992-1-2: 2003 Eurocode 2: Design of Concrete Structures. Part 1.2: General Rules - Structural Fire Design, Commission of European Communities, Brussels.

prEN1993-1-1: 2003 Eurocode 3: Design of Steel Structures. Part 1.1: General Rules and Rules for Buildings, Commission of European Communities, Brussels.

Wickström U. (1979). ‘TASEF-2: A computer program for temperature analysis of structures exposed to fire’, Report No. 79-2, Lund Institute of Technology, Sweden.

Wickström U. (1986). ‘A very simple method for estimating temperature in fire exposed concrete structures’, Fire Technology Technical Report SP-RAPP 1986.46, Swedish National Testing Institute.

Test Data:
British Steel Report No. RS/R/S1199/5/86/B (1986). The Behaviour of Autoclaved Aerated Concrete Blocks, Supplied by Thermalite Ltd., in the Fire Protection of Structural Steel Columns, British Steel Corporation, Swinden Laboratories.

British Steel Report No. RS/RSC/R/S10244/1/87/D (1987). Indicative Fire Test on Composite Concrete/Steel Deck Floor System, British Steel Corporation, Swinden Laboratories.

British Steel Report No. SL/HED/R/S2139/1/92/D (1992). BS476: Part 21 Fire Resistance Tests – The Construction and Testing of Three Loaded CHS Columns Filled with Concrete, British Steel Technical, Swinden Laboratories.

British Steel Report No. SL/HED/R/S1199/18/92/C (1992). The Effect of Load Ratio on the Limiting Temperatures Observed During Two BS476: Part 21 Fire Resistance Tests Carried Out on 254 ? 146 mm ? 43 kg/m Universal Beams Protected with 20 mm Thick Vicuclad Insulating Board, British Steel Technical, Swinden Laboratories.

British Steel Report No. SL/HED/R/S2298/2/93/C (1993). BS476: Part 21 Fire Resistance Tests – Summary of Data Obtained During a Test on Flange Plated Slim Floor Beams, British Steel Technical, Swinden Laboratories.

British Steel Report No. SL/LP/R/S2348/1/93/D (1993). The Evaluation of Two Fire Tested Concrete Filled Hollow Circular Sections, British Steel Technical, Swinden Laboratories.

British Steel Report No. SL/HED/R/S2070/1/94/R (1994). BS476: Part 21 Fire Resistance Tests – The Effect of Load Ratio on the Limiting Temperatures Observed During Tests Carried Out on Two 150 × 150 × 8mm Cold Formed SHS Columns Protected With Spray Applied Vermiculite Cement, British Steel Technical, Swinden Laboratories.

British Steel Report No. SL/HED/R/S2442/1/94/C (1994). BS476: Part 21 Fire Resistance Tests – Summary of Data Obtained During Tests on Web Encased Columns, British Steel Technical, Swinden Laboratories.

British Steel Report No. SL/HED/R/S2442/2/95/C (1995). BS476: Part 21 Fire Resistance Tests – Summary of Data Obtained During Tests on Bolted Beam/Column and Beam/Beam Connections, British Steel plc, Swinden Technology Centre.

British Steel Report No. SL/HED/R/S2440/4/96/D (1996). Technical Note – Preliminary Assessment of the Data Arising from a Standard Fire Resistance Test Performed on a Slimflor Beam at the Warrington Fire Research Centre on 14th February, 1996. Test Number: WFRC 66162, British Steel plc, Swinden Technology Centre.

British Steel Report No. SL/HED/R/S2442/3/96/C (1996). BS476: Part 21 Fire Resistance Tests – Summary of Data Obtained During a Test on an Arched Metal Deck Floor Beam, British Steel plc, Swinden Technology Centre.

British Steel Report No. SL/PDE/R/S2442/4/96/C (1996). BS476: Part 21 Fire Resistance Tests – Summary of Data Obtained During a Test on a Composite Slim Floor Beam, British Steel plc, Swinden Technology Centre.

British Steel Report No. SL/PDE/R/S2442/5/96/C (1996). BS476: Part 21 Fire Resistance Tests – Summary of Data Obtained During a Test on a Shelf Angle Floor Beam, British Steel plc, Swinden Technology Centre.

British Steel Report No. SL/PDE/R/S2442/6/96/C (1996). BS476: Part 21 Fire Resistance Tests – Summary of Data Obtained During Tests on Three Composite Metal Deck Shelf Angle Floor Beams, British Steel plc, Swinden Technology Centre.

Davey N. and Ashton L.A. (1953). ‘Investigations on building fires – Part V. Fire tests on structural elements’, National Building Studies Research Paper No. 12, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, London.

CIRIA Report 107 (1985). Fire Resistance of Ribbed Concrete Floors – Part 1 Waffle and Through Slabs. Part 2 Composite Deck Slabs, Construction Industry Research and Information Association, London.

Her Majesty’s Stationery Office (HMSO) (1968). Symposium No. 2 – Behaviour of Structural Steel in Fire, Proceedings of the Symposium held at the Fire Research Station, Boreham Wood, Herts on 24th January 1967.

Her Majesty’s Stationery Office (HMSO) (1970). Symposium No. 3 – Fire and Structural Use of Timber in Buildings, Proceedings of the Symposium held at the Fire Research Station, Boreham Wood, Herts on 25th October 1967.

Thomas F.G. and Webster C.T. (1953). ‘Investigations on building fires – Part VI. The fire resistance of reinforced concrete columns’, National Building Studies Research Paper No. 18, Department of Scientific and Industrial Research, Her Majesty’s Stationery Office, London.

Wainman D.E. and Kirby B.R. (1988). Compendium of UK Standard Fire Test Data: Unprotected Structural Steel – 1, British Steel Corporation, Rotherham.

Wainman D.E. and Kirby B.R. (1989). Compendium of UK Standard Fire Test Data: Unprotected Structural Steel – 2, British Steel Technical, Rotherham.

Wainman D.E., Kirby B.R., Tomlinson L.N., Kay, T.R. and Preston R.R. (1990). The Behaviour of Unprotected Steel Floor Beams in the Standard Fire Resistance Test – Compendium of Predicted Temperatures Profiles, British Steel Technical, Rotherham.

Wainman D.E. and Preston R.R. (1990). Compendium of UK Standard Fire Test Data: Unprotected Structural Steel – 3: Supplementary Thermal Data on Floor Beams, British Steel Technical, Rotherham.

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