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Fire Protection of Steel Structure: An Overall Review

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Structures should be constructed in a manner that it becomes stable in the occurrence of fire. Most materials reduce the inherent resistance at the time of the fire. So to ensure the safe design, this resistance should be maintained. This paper summarizes the overview of existing fire protection systems, performance of steel at elevated temperature and factors affecting it. Also explain about experimental and analytical methods to predict the behavior of steel structure at the time of the fire and reviews the present applications of fire protective building throughout the world. This paper also tries to figure out the existing gap of the present knowledge and find out some recommendations for the future.
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102
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131-145
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  • Department of Civil & Structural Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh
  • Department of Civil & Structural Engineering, Bangladesh University of Engineering & Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh
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