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As for any building material, verification of fire resistance is mandatory for timber structures. While nonstandard fire design for steel members has long tradition, the corresponding possibilities for timber members are limited. Reasons for this can be found in the degree of complexity of the material and the limited research done in the field. This paper summarizes outcomes of tests, investigating the influences on the charring behaviour of timber by varying the oxygen content and the gasdoi:10.1108/jsfe-01-2017-0013 fatcat:hddo4xmgkvbj7eowzxwgcdhcw4