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Structural fire engineering analysis

Contact person: Ivana Uzelac Glavinić
Phone: +385 95 841 2457
Mail: ivana.uzelac@gradst.hr

 

Structural fire engineering analysis course provides an insight into contemporary engineering design procedures which consider fire as one of the actions that could threaten the ability of a structure to withstand load.


The motivation for conducting this course arises from a fact that structural fire engineering courses aren’t generally included in standard teaching modules for engineers which deprives a common student of basic knowledge about fire design and how to address the problem in engineering practice.


Programme structure

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MAIN TOPICS

Introduction to fire engineering analysis

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Heat transfer modelling

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Structural fire analysis

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Prescriptive based design of structures

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

 

5-day course

Lecture notes for each of the modules will be distributed to the students

PROGRAM PLAN
Day 1

- Introduction to fire engineering analysis (2h) - Heat transfer modelling – EN1991-1-2, EN1993-1-2 (2h) - Individual work/exercise (2h)

PROGRAM PLAN
Day 2

- Structural fire design of steel structures – EN1993-1-2 (2h) - Individual work/exercise (4h)

PROGRAM PLAN
Day 3

- Structural fire design of concrete structures – EN1992- 1-2 (2h) - Individual work/exercise/final project (4h)

PROGRAM PLAN
Day 4

FEM modelling of structures exposed to fire (1h) - Individual work/exercise/final project (5h)

PROGRAM PLAN
Day 5

Prescriptive vs. performance based engineering (1h) - Final project (3h) - Project presentation (2h)

Important dates

COURSE DATES

31/08/2020 –04/09/2020

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION

15/07/2020

PAYMENT DUE BY

01/08/2020

CONFIRMATION OF THE COURSE

20/07/2020

Civil engineering background of students preferred for the workshop

Programme lecturers:
Ph. D. Neno Torić M. Civ. Eng, Associate professor at the University of Split, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy, Department of Metal and Timber Structures, Split, Croatia.
Ph. D. Ivana Uzelac Glavinić M. Civ. Eng, Assistant professor at the University of Split, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy, Department of Metal and Timber Structures, Split, Croatia.
Marko Goreta M. Civ. Eng., Teaching/research assistant at the University of Split, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy, Department of Metal and Timber Structures, Split, Croatia.
Tin Hržić M. Civ. Eng.,Teaching/research assistant at the University of Split, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Architecture and Geodesy, Department of Metal and Timber Structures, Split, Croatia.