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Building codes specify the fire resistance required for structural members and barriers in identified occupancies and classifications of construction. The fire endurance is based on the test results of the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) test designation E119, "Standard test methods for fire tests of building construction and materials."

As an alternative to selection of tested assemblies, this Standard provides methods to calculate the fire resistance of selected structural member and barrier assemblies using structural steel, plain concrete, reinforced concrete, timber and wood, concrete masonry, and clay masonry.

These methods are intended to provide architects, engineers, building officials, and others with calculation methods that will give the equivalent fire resistance that would have been achieved in the ASTM E119 standard fire test.

 

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  1. ASCE 29-05

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    Standard Calculation Methods for Structural Fire Protection

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    Standard Calculation Methods for Structural Fire Protection

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