Structural response of Aluminium T-Stub connections at elevated temperatures and fire

J. Maljaars, G. De Matteis

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Many aluminium structures contain welded and bolted connections that are modeled as one or more equivalent T-stubs – also referred to as tension zone components – for the structural assessment. Knowledge on the structural behavior of such T-stubs is thus essential for proper designs. However, this behavior has never been checked for fire conditions. In this paper, the structural behavior of aluminium T-stubs exposed to fire is studied through a combination of tests, finite element simulations, and theoretical models. A safe and conservative assessment procedure is developed for determining the critical temperature, based on the material deterioration as a function of temperature. This enables engineers and practitioners to determine a conservative value of the fire resistance.
Originele taal-2Engels
Pagina's (van-tot)127-136
TijdschriftKey Engineering Materials
Volume710
DOI's
StatusGepubliceerd - 20 sep 2016

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