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Publisher: ICE
Languages: English
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The resistance of steel-framed buildings to progressive collapse in fire is reliant on robust performance of the connections between beams and columns. Ian Burgess and Buick Davison of the University of Sheffield explain how the behaviour of connections in fire can be understood using component-based models.
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    • NIST (2008) Final Report on the Collapse of World Trade Center Building 7. NIST, Washington, USA.
    • Sun RR, Huang Z and Burgess IW (2012) Progressive collapse
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