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August - 2019

Special Edition on Elevated Temperature Behaviour of Concrete Materials and Structures


Fire poses significant hazard to the built-infrastructure, which civil engineers are required to deal with through due analysis and design. Civil engineering materials and structures, when exposed to elevated temperatures, are studied to understand their thermo-mechanical behaviour and accordingly contribute towards achieving desirable safety and serviceability.

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  • Point of View : Fire Engineering Research Facility S. K. Singh
  • Technical Papers
  • Numerical approach to evaluate elevated temperature behavior of steel fiber reinforced concrete columns Pratik Bhatt, Venkatesh Kodur, Vasant Matsagar View Abstract | Open Access Content
  • Residual properties of basalt and polypropylene hybrid fibre reinforced concrete exposed to elevated temperaturesS.K. Kirthika, S.K. Singh, S.R. Karade View Abstract
  • Performance of steel fiber reinforced concrete columns exposed to high temperatures under different cooling conditions K. Ratna Tej Reddy, K. Srinivasa Rao, K. Rambabu View Abstract
  • Performance evaluation of cement mortar compositions at elevated temperatures Subhash C. Yaragal, S. Vivek, Chethan Kumar B View Abstract
  • Improvement of fire resistance of reinforced concrete columns by using diamond tie configuration Shujaat H. Buch, Umesh K. Sharma View Abstract
  • Petrographic investigation to assess condition of concrete exposed to fire Suresh Chandra Pattanaik, E. Gopalkrishnan, Mashud Ahmad, Sanjaya Kumar Patro View Abstract
  • Residual strength and microstructural identification of slurry infiltrated fibrous concrete (sifcon) at elevated temperature A. P. Shelorkar, P. D. Jadhao View Abstract
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