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References for Concrete

Chan S.Y.N., Peng G.F. and Anson M. (1999). ‘Fire behavior of high performance concrete made with silica fume at various moisture contents.’ ACI Materials J., 96(3), pp405-411.

Dotreppe J.-C. (1997). ‘Mechanical properties of quenched and self-tempered reinforcing steel at elevated temperatures compared with recommendations of Eurocode 2 - Part 1-2.’ Materials and Structures, 30(201), pp430-438.

Longbottom K.W. (1985). ‘Steel for prestressed concrete.’ Concrete Society Digest No. 4.

Mendis P. (2003). ‘Design of high-strength concrete members: state-of-the-art.’ Prog. Struct. Engrg Mater., 5, pp1-15.

Phan L.T. (2001). ‘Mechanical properties of high-strength concrete at elevated temperatures.’ NISTIR 6726, NIST, Gaithersburg, Md.

Phan L.T. (1996). ‘Fire performance of high-strength concrete: a report of the state-of-the-art.’ NISTIR 5934, NIST, Gaithersburg, Md.

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

[prEN1994-1-2: 2003] Eurocode 4: Design of Composite Steel and Concrete Structures. Part 1.2: General Rules - Structural Fire Design, Commission of European Communities, Brussels.

Threlfall A.J. (2002). An Introduction to Prestressed Concrete, British Cement Association.


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