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REDUCTION IN ULTIMATE TEMPERATURE DUE TO RESIDUAL SLOPE BY RELATIVE STORY DISPLACEMENT AFTER EARTHQUAKE
Journal of Structural and Construction Engineering (Transactions of AIJ)
Within three days immediately after earthquake fire often breaks out. When fire fighters cannot approach such a structure because of traffic congestion caused by earthquake, it is necessary to prevent somehow the structure from collapsing. Assuming that a steel building frame undergoes permanent relative horizontal story displacement due to an earthquake and it is subsequently subjected to fire, this paper has studied the ultimate temperature of the damaged structure. To this end, refineddoi:10.3130/aijs.73.1369 fatcat:idgzaufkznfqnptm6tioxfnyry