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Steel: References

BRE Digest 349 (1990). Stainless Steel as a Building Material.

[BS5950-8: 2003] Structural Use of Steelwork in Building – Part 8: Code of Practice for Fire Resistance Design, British Standards Institution, London.

Fujino H., Hitomi K., Hashimoto J. and Umezawa S. (1993). ‘Fire-resistant steel for building structures.’ Kawasaki Steel Report No. 29.

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

Keira K. (1998). ‘Recent trends and future prospects for structural steel technology used in buildings.’ Nippon Steel Technical Report No. 77, 78.

Kelly F. S. and Sha W. (1999). ‘A comparison of the mechanical properties of fire-resistant and S275 structural steels.’ J. Construct. Steel Research, 50(3), pp223-233.

Kirby B.R. (1995). ‘The behaviour of high-strength Grade 8.8 bolts in fire.’ J. Construct. Steel Research, 33, pp3-38.

Kirby B.R. and Preston R.R. (1988). ‘High temperatures properties of hot-rolled structural steels for use in fire engineering design studies.’ Fire Safety J., 13(1), pp27-37.

Kouhi J., Talja A., Salmi P. and Ala-Outinen T. (2000). ‘Current R&D work on the use of stainless steel in construction in Finland.’ J. Construct. Steel Research, 54(1), pp31-50.

Lawson R.M. (1993). Building Design using Cold Formed Steel Sections: Fire Protection, SCI Publication P129.

Lee J.H., Mahendran M. and Makelainen P. (2003). ‘Prediction of mechanical properties of light gauge steels at elevated temperatures.’ J. Construct. Steel Research, 59(12), pp1514-1532.

Mäkeläinen P. and Outinen J. (1998). ‘Mechanical properties of an austenitic stainless steel at elevated temperatures.’ J. Construct. Steel Research, 46(1-3), Paper No. 101.

Outinen J., Kaitila O. and Mäkeläinen P. (2001). ‘High-temperature testing of structural steel and modelling of structures at fire temperatures.’ Research Report No. TKK-TER-23, Helsinki University of Technology, Laboratory of Steel Structures Publications, Espoo.

[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 Standard Institute, London.

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

[prEN1993-1-2: 2003] Eurocode 3: Design of Steel Structures. Part 1.2: General Rules - Structural Fire Design, Commission of European Communities, Brussels.

[prEN10088-1: 2001] Stainless steels – Part 1: List of Stainless Steels, Commission of European Communities, Brussels.

Rhodes J. and Lawson R.M. (1992). Design of Structures using Cold Formed Steel Sections – Section Properties and Member Capacities, The Steel Construction Institute.

Sakumoto Y., Keira K., Furumura F. and Ave T. (1993). ‘Tests of fire-resistant bolts and joints.’ J. Struct. Engrg., 119(11), pp3131-3150.

Sakumoto Y. and Saito H. (1995). ‘Fire-safe design of modern steel buildings in Japan.’ J. Construct. Steel Research, 33, pp101-123.

Sakumoto Y., Yamaguchi T., Ohashi M. and Saito H. (1992). ‘High-temperature properties of fire-resistant steel for buildings’, J. Struct. Engrg, 118(1), pp392-407.

Sidey M.P. and Teague D.B. (1988). ‘Elevated temperature data for structural grades of galvanised steel.’ British Steel – Welsh Laboratories, Report No. WL/PM/TEN/251/88/D.

Twilt L. (1988). ‘Strength and deformation properties of steel at elevated temperatures.’ Fire Safety J., 13(1), pp9-15.


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