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Structural Fire Engineering

Speaker:
Erica Fischer, PhD, PE Oregon State University
Date:
June 9, 2021
Session Details

12:30 – 2:00 PM EDT

1.5 PDH

This session will focus on the design and assessment of structures subjected to fire emphasizing a three-phase approach to structural fire engineering design: fire modeling, heat transfer modeling, and structural modeling. Participants will become familiar with both current prescriptive approaches to structural-fire engineering and emerging performance-based design approaches.

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the difference between prescriptive fire protection design and structural fire engineering
  • Qualitatively understand how steel strength and stiffness change with increasing temperature
  • Qualitatively understand how boundary conditions for steel beams and columns change throughout a fire
  • Quantify the cost, performance, and sustainability benefits of employing structural fire engineering on a steel-frame building

Handouts and registration emails for this session will be sent to SE University companies on Friday, June 4th.

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