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Structural Design for Fire Safety
Fire safety in buildings - overview: fire safety objectives process of fire development conceptual framework for fire safety fire resistance controlling fire spread building construction for fireExpand
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Energy and carbon dioxide implications of building construction
This paper investigates the amount of energy required to construct buildings, and the resulting carbon dioxide emissions to the atmosphere from the fossil fuel components of that energy. EnergyExpand
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Seismic design of multi-storey buildings using Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL)
The recent development of laminated veneer lumber (LVL) as an alternative to solid timber or glue-laminated timber has greatly improved the viability of structural timber for the seismic design ofExpand
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Design of Light Steel-framed Walls for Fire Resistance
Light steel-frame building systems are becoming more prevalent in commercial, industrial and residential construction in New Zealand. Tested fire resistance ratings are generally available forExpand
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Fire Engineering Design Guide
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Connections for composite concrete slab and LVL flooring systems
Composite concrete slab and timber flooring systems are commonly used in many parts of the world to exploit the high strength-to-weight ratio of timber and the good acoustic separation provided byExpand
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Seismic design of glulam structures
This paper gives an overview of the seismic performance of glue laminated (glulam) timber frame buildings. It describes the wide range of connections that can be wed in glulam frames, for both singleExpand
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Numerical modelling of two-way reinforced concrete slabs in fire
This paper describes numerical modelling of the fire behaviour of two-way reinforced concrete slabs using a special purpose non-linear finite-element program, SAFIR. Several two-way reinforcedExpand
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This is the description of a model that explains the relationship between the three strength properties, tension, compression and bending. The model which included nonlinear compresion behavior andExpand
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