Paper Title:
Fire Protection of High-Performance Concrete Using Protective Lining
  Abstract

The paper presents results of experimental and numerical analyses on the fire behavior of concrete elements protected by sprayed protective linings. Particular attention is given to high- (HPC) and ultrahigh performance concrete (UHPC), as HPC and UHPC tend to exhibit explosive spalling in fire due to low porosity. The results provide basic input data for the development of simplified rules for the fire design of concrete structures protected by sprayed protective linings.

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Periodical
Chapter
Chapter 4: Structural Management, Protection and Other Related Topics
Edited by
Ezio Cadoni and Marco di Prisco
Pages
758-763
DOI
10.4028/www.scientific.net/AMM.82.758
Citation
E. W. Klingsch, A. Frangi, M. Fontana, "Fire Protection of High-Performance Concrete Using Protective Lining", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 82, pp. 758-763, 2011
Online since
July 2011
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