The process of fabricated construction for insulated-fireproof lightweight concrete (BNCC) components for H steel column and I steel beam

  • Chu Thi Hai Ninh
  • Nguyen Dinh Tham
  • Vu Minh Duc

Abstract

In this paper, a process of fabricated construction for insulated-fireproof lightweight concrete (BNCC) components for H column and I beam in steel structures was proposed, in which BNCC components include sheets and blocks used as fireproof covers for structural members of buildings. BNCC is produced from the mixed portland cement and waste additive of fly ash with the following advantages: small volume density (≤ 800kg/m3), low thermal conductivity and working capability at high temperatures up to 1000oC. The use of BNCC as a fireproof material can provide an economic and effective fire-resistant solution for civil and industrial buildings.

Received: December 5th, 2017; revised: December 21th, 2017; accepted: February 28th, 2018

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Published
2018-04-17
How to Cite
Hai Ninh, C., Tham, N., & Duc, V. (2018). The process of fabricated construction for insulated-fireproof lightweight concrete (BNCC) components for H steel column and I steel beam. Journal of Science and Technology in Civil Engineering (STCE) - NUCE, 12(2), 36-42. Retrieved from http://stce.nuce.edu.vn/index.php/journal/article/view/980
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Research Results and Applications