Major events―notably the Broadgate fire in London, New York’s World Trade Center collapse, and the Windsor Tower fire in Madrid―as well as the enlightening studies at the Cardington fire research project have given international prominence to performance-based structural fire engineering. As a result, structural fire engineering has increasingly attracted the interest not only of fire and structural engineers but also of researchers and students. And studies in recent years have generated a vast number of findings.
Performance-Based Fire Engineering of Structures summarizes the latest knowledge on performance-based approaches to structural fire engineering, enabling readers to critically assess research in the field. Whereas most recent books have been mainly concerned with dissemination of principles encapsulated in established codes of practice such as the Eurocodes, this work addresses in depth:
This authoritative book draws on the work of internationally active researchers who were core members of the European Network project’s COST C26 working group on fire resistance. It helps readers develop a thorough understanding of how to use advanced fire engineering design to improve structural safety and reduce construction costs.
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Yong Wang is Professor of Structural and Fire Engineering at the University of Manchester, UK, and is the author of Steel and Composite Structures: Behaviour and Design for Fire Safety, also published by Taylor & Francis.
Ian Burgess is Professor of Structural Engineering and former Head of the Department of Civil and Structural Engineering at the University of Sheffield, UK.
František Wald is a Professor and Head of the Department of Steel and Timber Structures at the Czech Technical University in Prague.
Martin Gillie is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Edinburgh, UK.
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