MODULE A-3: Thermo-Stress Analysis (Fire Analysis) according to Design Code
Couse Level: Intermediate to Advanced (English Language)
Tuesday, 6th July (15:00 > 17:30 CEST)
Thursday, 8th July (15:00 > 17:30 CEST)
Cost: The cost of this course is €750. Additional discounts can be organised for group attendance (more than three persons), for more information please contact us.
- Keynote Lecture: "Modelling Structures in Fire: A General Overview based on Eurocodes" with Dr Carmen Ibáñez-Usach & Dr Vicente Albero (ICITECH, Politècnica de València)
- Steady State Analysis
- Transient Analysis
- Heat Flow Material Parameters
- Heat Flow Boundary Conditions
- Model Code Input
- Exercise: Fire under a Concrete Slab (Insight)
Course Competencies: After completing this module, you will have gained a good understanding of how to model structures in fire, based on Eurocodes, how to set up a heat flow analysis; and how to design different types of heat flow boundaries.
Who Should Attend? Practicing engineers, or academics with a basic knowledge of DIANA.
Course Format: The course is divided into two sessions, each session will be approximately 2.5 hrs in length, and will include lectures, insights, and discussions. DIANA will be made available to participants for the duration of the course.
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ABOUT THE LECTURERS
Dr Carmen Ibáñez-Usach is an Associate Professor at Universitat Politècnica de València (Spain), and belongs to the Concrete Science and Technology Institute (ICITECH).
Her current research activities are focused on the experimental and numerical study of the behaviour of composite and reinforced concrete structures, both at ambient and high temperatures.
Dr Vicente Albero is an Assistant Professor at Universitat Jaume I de Castellón (Spain). He also works as a researcher in the Concrete Science and Technology Institute (ICITECH) at Universitat Politècnica de València.
During the past few years, his research work has been focused on the numerical analysis of structures at elevated temperatures during the event of fire. Vicente has been involved in European and Spanish research projects about composite concrete-steel beams and columns, and their behaviour in fire.