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A probabilistic study on concrete columns exposed to biaxial bending at elevated temperatures

Lijie Wang (UGent) , Ruben Van Coile (UGent) , Robby Caspeele (UGent) and Luc Taerwe (UGent)
(2016) Structures in fire. p.942-948
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Fire, as one of the most severe accidental load situations, has an important effect on concrete columns. Furthermore, this effect is more pronounced in case an eccentricity is associated with the axial load. Since this situation occurs very frequently, it is significant to investigate the fire performance of concrete columns subjected to biaxial bending. Additionally, differences due to initial imperfections on configurations, cover thickness, as well as the common variability in the concrete compressive strength might cause significant differences to interaction diagrams. Therefore, a probabilistic evaluation is required as a first step to evaluate the safety of concrete columns during fire exposure. In this paper a column subjected to a 4-sided fire exposure in case of a symmetric biaxial load is investigated and Monte Carlo simulations are applied to evaluate probabilistic interaction diagrams for columns in case of fire.

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Wang, Lijie, Ruben Van Coile, Robby Caspeele, and Luc Taerwe. 2016. “A Probabilistic Study on Concrete Columns Exposed to Biaxial Bending at Elevated Temperatures.” In Structures in Fire, ed. Maria EM Moreyra Garlock and Vankatesh KR Kodur, 942–948. Lancaster, PA, USA: DEStech Publications.
APA
Wang, Lijie, Van Coile, R., Caspeele, R., & Taerwe, L. (2016). A probabilistic study on concrete columns exposed to biaxial bending at elevated temperatures. In Maria EM Moreyra Garlock & V. K. Kodur (Eds.), Structures in fire (pp. 942–948). Presented at the 9th International conference on Structures in Fire (SiF) , Lancaster, PA, USA: DEStech Publications.
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Wang L, Van Coile R, Caspeele R, Taerwe L. A probabilistic study on concrete columns exposed to biaxial bending at elevated temperatures. In: Moreyra Garlock ME, Kodur VK, editors. Structures in fire. Lancaster, PA, USA: DEStech Publications; 2016. p. 942–8.
MLA
Wang, Lijie, Ruben Van Coile, Robby Caspeele, et al. “A Probabilistic Study on Concrete Columns Exposed to Biaxial Bending at Elevated Temperatures.” Structures in Fire. Ed. Maria EM Moreyra Garlock & Vankatesh KR Kodur. Lancaster, PA, USA: DEStech Publications, 2016. 942–948. Print.
@inproceedings{8525110,
  abstract     = {Fire, as one of the most severe accidental load situations, has an important effect on concrete columns. Furthermore, this effect is more pronounced in case an eccentricity is associated with the axial load. Since this situation occurs very frequently, it is significant to investigate the fire performance of concrete columns subjected to biaxial bending. Additionally, differences due to initial imperfections on configurations, cover thickness, as well as the common variability in the concrete compressive strength might cause significant differences to interaction diagrams. Therefore, a probabilistic evaluation is required as a first step to evaluate the safety of concrete columns during fire exposure. In this paper a column subjected to a 4-sided fire exposure in case of a symmetric biaxial load is investigated and Monte Carlo simulations are applied to evaluate probabilistic interaction diagrams for columns in case of fire.},
  author       = {Wang, Lijie and Van Coile, Ruben and Caspeele, Robby and Taerwe, Luc},
  booktitle    = {Structures in fire},
  editor       = {Moreyra Garlock, Maria EM and Kodur, Vankatesh KR},
  isbn         = {9781605953205},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Princeton, NJ, USA},
  pages        = {942--948},
  publisher    = {DEStech Publications},
  title        = {A probabilistic study on concrete columns exposed to biaxial bending at elevated temperatures},
  year         = {2016},
}

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