Design guide for SHS concrete filled columns
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Design guide for SHS concrete filled columns
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Design guide for SHS concrete filled columns

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A concrete filled structural hollow section provides architects and engineers with a robust and inherently fire resistance column. This publication contains design information for these columns for both the normal and fire conditions. The information is based on Eurocode 4. Also included are case studies illustrating the use of concrete filled columns and practical guidance on concrete filling and connection design. Design software, ConcFill 2, is described which will analyse sections for the normal and fire conditions.



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Design guide for SHS concrete filled columns

Author: Original text by :- S J Hicks BEng, PhD (Cantab.) G M Newman BSc(Eng), CEng, MIStructE, MIFireE Additional text by :- M Edwards BSc (Lond) A Orton BA (Cantab), CEng, MICE, MIStructE | Size: 1.69 MB | Format: PDF | Quality: Original preprint | Publisher: Publication  2002 Corus Tubes | Year: 2002 | pages: 72


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This publication was collated and edited at Corus Tubes, Corby from original contributions by
Dr Stephen Hicks and Mr Gerald Newman of SCI and supplementary text from Mr Mike
Edwards and Mr Andrew Orton of Corus. It brings together the latest available information on
the design and construction of buildings using concrete filled structural hollow sections and
supersedes other publications by Corus and SCI.

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