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Fire-induced damage in prestressing steels

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By José Miguel Atienza and Manuel Elices, Madrid Polytechnic University, Spain
After a fire, even if no collapse happens, there is a possibility of fire-induced damage in the structure. Correct knowledge of residual properties of wires after fire is of major importance for the assessment of the residual load-bearing capacity of a prestressed structure. This paper studies the non-visible fire-induced damages in prestressed wires, including the reduction of the prestress loads and the strength of steel wires produced by the exposure to high temperatures.
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