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Effect of radiation inside square hollow section under moderate non-symmetric fire

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Effect of radiation inside square hollow section under moderate non-symmetric fire. / Baczkiewicz, Jolanta; Pajunen, Sami; Heinisuo, Markku.

In: Fire Research, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2:42, 27.07.2018, p. 25-30.

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title = "Effect of radiation inside square hollow section under moderate non-symmetric fire",
abstract = "The temperature calculation of hollow steel sections at elevated temperatures is a well-documented and standard procedure. Through this standard procedure, the temperature can be calculated by assuming a uniform gas temperature all around the section, which is called a symmetric fire in this paper. Embedding in surrounding structures or connecting to another steel member results in non-symmetric heat distribution in the member. This non-symmetricity of the surrounding temperature may cause surface-to-surface heat radiation inside themember, thus affecting the steel section temperature distribution. This effect is considered in this paper by adopting analytical and finite element method analysis.",
keywords = "Steel member, Hollow section, Heat transfer, Radiation",
author = "Jolanta Baczkiewicz and Sami Pajunen and Markku Heinisuo",
year = "2018",
month = "7",
day = "27",
doi = "10.4081/fire.2018.42",
language = "English",
volume = "2",
pages = "25--30",
journal = "Fire Research",
issn = "2532-4748",
publisher = "PagePress",
number = "1",

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AU - Baczkiewicz, Jolanta

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AU - Heinisuo, Markku

PY - 2018/7/27

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N2 - The temperature calculation of hollow steel sections at elevated temperatures is a well-documented and standard procedure. Through this standard procedure, the temperature can be calculated by assuming a uniform gas temperature all around the section, which is called a symmetric fire in this paper. Embedding in surrounding structures or connecting to another steel member results in non-symmetric heat distribution in the member. This non-symmetricity of the surrounding temperature may cause surface-to-surface heat radiation inside themember, thus affecting the steel section temperature distribution. This effect is considered in this paper by adopting analytical and finite element method analysis.

AB - The temperature calculation of hollow steel sections at elevated temperatures is a well-documented and standard procedure. Through this standard procedure, the temperature can be calculated by assuming a uniform gas temperature all around the section, which is called a symmetric fire in this paper. Embedding in surrounding structures or connecting to another steel member results in non-symmetric heat distribution in the member. This non-symmetricity of the surrounding temperature may cause surface-to-surface heat radiation inside themember, thus affecting the steel section temperature distribution. This effect is considered in this paper by adopting analytical and finite element method analysis.

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KW - Hollow section

KW - Heat transfer

KW - Radiation

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