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Concrete-Filled Double Skin Steel Tubular Columns Exposed to ASTM E-119 Fire Curve for 60 and 90 Minutes of Fire
S.S. Mohd Zuki, S. Shahidan, C.K. Keong, , N. Ali
Published in EDP Sciences
Volume: 103
Concrete-filled double skin steel tubular (CFDST) columns with outer steel tubes varying in diameter and thickness were exposed to ASTM E-119 fire curve for 60 and 90 minutes. All specimens (control and heated) failed by outward local buckling of outer steel tube, crushing of concrete and outward and inward buckling of inner steel tube. Residual Strength Index (RSI), secant stiffness and Ductility Index (DI) were calculated in order to compare the performance of control and fire-damaged CFDST columns. It was found that specimens with 90 minutes of fire exposure time possessed highest RSI. Meanwhile, secant stiffness seems to decrease with increased exposure time. And finally, CFDST columns became more ductile after being heated. © The Authors, published by EDP Sciences, 2017.
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