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This Standard provides methods of calculating the fire resistance of selected structural members 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 give fire resistance results equivalent to those in ASTM E119.

The development of this Standard represents a joint effort between the Structural Engineering Institute of ASCE and the Society of Fire Protection Engineers. The Standard includes standard methods for determining the following: structural fire protection calculations; fire resistance of plain and reinforced concrete construction; fire resistance of timber and wood structural elements; fire resistance of masonry; and fire resistance of structural steel construction.Table of Contents 1. Standard Calculation Methods for Structural Fire Protection 2. Standard Methods for Determining the Fire Resistance of Plain and Reinforced Concrete Construction 3. Standard Methods for Determining the Fire Resistance of Timber and Wood Structural Elements 4. Standard Calculation Methods for Determining the Fire Resistance of Masonry 5. Standard Methods for Determining the Fire Resistance of Structural Steel Construction
 

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  1. ASCE 29-05


    Standard Calculation Methods for Structural Fire Protection

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