Calculations of temperature distribution in the event of a fire
We can calculate the temperature distribution caused by a fire in any three-dimensional (composite) section, and it goes without saying that we take account of the temperature-dependent parameters of the materials (e.g. in accordance with DIN EN 1992-1-2 or in accordance with our own programmed relationships based on experiments for materials and structures that are not subject to standards). We use finite element simulations to provide you with time-based temperatures at every point of the component for standardised (uniform temperature/time curve, hydrocarbon curve, ZTV-ING curve, EBA curve) and/or project-based temperature/time curves. In this way, we can assess whether set temperature criteria are being met.
Examples include reinforced steel constructions such as supports, walls and ceiling structures, as well as shell structures, tunnels and bridges (tunnel fires, fires beneath bridges, fires on bridges). The FE models used are validated in accordance with the national application documents relating to DIN EN 1991-1-2, Appendix cc, and are suitable for the verification of structural fire protection.
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