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Finite Element Analysis of Steel Fiber Reinforced Concrete Composite Panels Subjected to Combined Effect of Fire and Blast
Published in Fast Track Publications
Volume: 07
Issue: 06
Pages: 196.0 - 203.0
The accidental fire generally tends to explosion in the city environment surrounded with combustible materials, and vice versa. This leads to the fact that the structures are in danger of combined effect of fire and blast. This study mainly considers the combined effect of fire and blast on SFRC panels and compares the results with that of plain concrete panels. This is the analytical study done using ANSYS 16 Workbench as finite element analysis tool. The ISO834 standard fire curve is used for temperature effect and two loads (0.1 kg and 0.2kg) with varying stand-off distances is considered. The results in form of total deformation, equivalent stress and equivalent strain are obtained.
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JournalInternational Research Journal of Engineering and Technology (IRJET)
PublisherFast Track Publications
Open Access0