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The following is a description of each of these tests. NBR Impact of actions of suspended loads: The impact test of actions of suspended load is tested according to ABNT NBR , which has as main objective to verify the resistance of the system subjected to the action of shear stresses and bending moments simultaneously. Impact of soft body: This test aims to determine the resistance of the system to possible shocks that may occur due to its use.

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The study discusses the fire resistance of vertical sealing systems composed of ceramic bricks with vertical holes at high temperatures. The masonry sealing construction system is widely used in the Brazilian construction market because it is a low cost and high productivity system compared to conventional elements. The results were obtained with finite element computational models, using the Ansys Mechanical software, calibrated by a real scale experimental test, determining the fire resistance time FRT for different block geometries.

The computational analysis led to results that point to a limit in efficiency of the wall thickness increase in order to reach a high FRT in relation to the thermal insulation.

Rio de Janeiro. Bai, G. Advances in Materials Science and Engineering, v. Ehrenbring, H. European Commitee Standardization Eurocode 6: Design of masonry structures: Part General rules — Structural fire design. Gil, A. Aci Mater. International Organization for Standardization ISO Fire resistance tests - Elements of building construction - Part Specific requirements for the assessment of fire protection to structural steel elements.

Lee, L. Subtropical summer thermal effects of wirerope climber green walls with different air-gap depths. Building and Environment, v. Marcatti, J. Nguyen, T. Fire Safety Journal, v. Part 1: Experimental analysis. Pacheco, F. Zsembery, S. Think Brick. Letter of authenticity. Article Evaluation Form. How do I register? How do I submit an article to be reviewed? Reservation of rights to exclusive use No. Skip to main content Skip to main navigation menu Skip to site footer.

Keywords: fire resistance time, fire, compartmentation. Abstract The study discusses the fire resistance of vertical sealing systems composed of ceramic bricks with vertical holes at high temperatures. Downloads Download data is not yet available. How to Cite. Bolina, F. Numerical-experimental analysis of ceramic block masonry walls of different thickness at high temperatures. Search: Search. Journal indexed on:. Search us also in:. Guide: How do I register?

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The study discusses the fire resistance of vertical sealing systems composed of ceramic bricks with vertical holes at high temperatures. The masonry sealing construction system is widely used in the Brazilian construction market because it is a low cost and high productivity system compared to conventional elements. The results were obtained with finite element computational models, using the Ansys Mechanical software, calibrated by a real scale experimental test, determining the fire resistance time FRT for different block geometries. The computational analysis led to results that point to a limit in efficiency of the wall thickness increase in order to reach a high FRT in relation to the thermal insulation. Rio de Janeiro. Bai, G.

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