EBOOK - Structural design for fire safety 2th (Andrew H. Buchanan & Anthony K. Abu)


EBOOK - Thiết kế kết cấu đảm bảo an toàn cháy nổ (Andrew H. Buchanan & Anthony K. Abu) - 436 Trang.

Fires in buildings have always been a threat to human life and property. The threat increases as larger numbers of people live and work in bigger buildings throughout the world. Professor Buchanan’s interest in structural fire engineering was initiated by Professor Brady Williamson in the 1970s at the University of California at Berkeley, and developed during his subsequent career as a practising structural engineer, then as an academic. Dr Abu was introduced to the subject by Professor Ian Burgess and Professor Roger Plank at the University of Sheffield in 2004, and has since worked with a number of consultants in the field.


CONTENTS:

1  Introduction  1
1.1  Objective and Target Audience  1
1.2  Fire Safety  2
1.3  Performance‐based Design  2
1.3.1  Fundamentals of Performance‐based Design  2
1.3.2  Documentation and Quality Control  4
1.3.3  Risk Assessment  4
1.4  Structural Fire Engineering  5
1.5  Purpose of this Book  5
1.6  Units  6
1.7  Organization of Chapters  6
2  Fire Safety in Buildings  8
2.1  Fire Safety Objectives  8
2.1.1  Life Safety  8
2.1.2  Property Protection  9
2.1.3  Environmental Protection  9
2.2  Process of Fire Development  9
2.2.1  Fire Behaviour  10
2.2.2  Human Behaviour  11
2.2.3  Fire Detection  12
2.2.4  Active Control  12
2.2.5  Passive Control  12
2.3  Conceptual Framework for Fire Safety  13
2.3.1  Scenario Analysis  13
2.3.2  Quantitative Risk Assessment  13
2.3.3  Fire Safety Concepts Tree  14
2.4  Fire Resistance  17
2.4.1  Examples of Fire Resistance  17
2.4.2  Objectives for Fire Resistance  19
2.4.3  Fire Design Time  20
2.4.4  Trade‐offs  21
2.4.5  Repairability and Reserviceability  22
2.5  Controlling Fire Spread  22
2.5.1  Fire Spread within Room of Origin  22
2.5.2  Fire Spread to Adjacent Rooms  23
2.5.3  Fire Spread to Other Storeys  25
2.5.4  Fire Spread to Other Buildings  27
2.6  Building Construction for Fire Safety  29
2.6.1  Fire during Construction and Alterations  29
2.6.2  Fire following Earthquake  30
2.7  Assessment and Repair of Fire Damage  31
2.7.1  Inspection  32
2.7.2  Steel  32
2.7.3  Concrete and Masonry  33
2.7.4  Timber  33
3  Fires and Heat  35
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