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KEYWORDS Compartment fires, composite, fire, floor systems, large deflections, membrane effects, multi-storey, non-linear response, plasticity, post-buckling, restraint, thermal buckling, thermal expansion. INTRODUCTION For fire control reasons, the spaces within large buildings have long been divided into compartments to ensure that the fire does not spread and that its effects can be contained locally. The consequence for the structure is that only a local part is severely heated, whilst its surroundings remain comparatively cool.
KEYWORDS Cumulative damage model, Steel framed structures, Seismic response, Shaking table test INTRODUCTION The collapse of structures is usually due to the cumulation of damage to certain extent. In order to take the cumulation of damage into account in analysis, damage mechanics has been developed, Kachnov(1986). But up to now few of the research results have been used in the seismic analysis of steel framed structures. Recently Shen and Dong (1997) suggested an experiment-based cumulative damage mechanics model for steel subjected to cyclic loading.