Eindcolloquium – Nahide Soyal
Tijd: 09:30 - 11:00
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Creep of aluminum alloys exposed to fire conditions.
Aluminum alloys experience large reductions to their elastic stiffness, proof strength, ultimate strength and creep strength when heated over the range of 100–400 ◦C, which is well below the temperature of many fires. As a result, aluminum structures can distort, buckle and collapse within a short time when exposed to a hot fire. The constitutive behavior of aluminum alloys at elevated temperatures is dominated by creep. This makes aluminum structures relatively sensitive to fire.