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Enhanced fire behavior of wood-based buildings in residential housing

WCTE 2016, World Conference of Timber Engineering, Österreich

Recent developments in structural design and timber engineering favor the increased use of the renewable resource wood as an alternative, high-performance construction material to meet rising quality demands regarding functionality, durability and fire safety. In several research projects of the Department of Structural Design and Timber Engineering (ITI) at the Vienna University of Technology (VUT) the combination of timber products with other conventional building materials and components was explored with the purpose to fulfill the most stringent fire instructions in the building sector and the fire safety standard requirements. The reported research results indicate a potentially fire-retarding thermodynamic effect in wood-based composites, which is analyzed in detail based on empirical findings and fire safety calculations.

Fadai, Alireza; Kist, Michael; Winter, Wolfgang; Radlherr, Christoph; Institut für Architekturwissenschaften Tragwerksplanung und Ingenieurholzbau, TU Wien, Wien

Link: http://www.iti.tuwien.ac.at/forschung/projekte/wcte-2016/

Michael Holzer = Michael Kist (vor Heirat)

Bemessungsbrandszenarien bei Gebäuden mit Wohnnutzung im urbanen Raum

Im vorliegendem Aufsatz werden Vorschläge für Brandszenarien bei Wohnnutzungen für die Stadt Wien angeführt. Ein Brandszenario soll dabei einen realitätsnahen Naturbrandverlauf in einer Wohnung wiedergeben und ist dabei die Grundlage, um ein  Bemessungsbrandszenario zu erstellen, das den Brandverlauf in einem definierten Zeitraum (z.B. 50 Jahre) darstellen kann.  –D.h. die Dauer des Brandes auch aufgrund von zukünftigen Schwankungen von z.B. der Menge brennbarer Materialien in der Wohnung oder der Leistungsfähigkeit der Feuerwehr.

Michael Kist; 2014, IBMB Workshop 2014 Heißbemessung Structural Fire engineering; Institut für Baustoffe, Massivbau und Brandschutz (iBMB), Fachgebiet Brandschutz, Technische Universität Braunschweig, Braunschweig

Link: http://www.brandschutztage.info/wp-content/uploads/2014/07/Workshop-2014_Programm.pdf

Fire Risk Evaluation Methods for Wood-based construction in Urban Context

2014  World Conference on Timber Engineering, Kanada.

The reported research results indicate a potentially fire-retarding thermo-dynamic effect in wood-based composites, which is analyzed in detail based on empirical findings and fire safety calculations.

Fadai, Alireza; Kist, Michael; Winter, Wolfgang; Institut für Architektur-wissenschaften Tragwerksplanung und Ingenieurholzbau, TU Wien, Wien

Link: http://schd.ws/hosted_files/wcte2014/b8/ABS129_Winter_web.pdf

Steel reinforced timber structures for multi storey buildings

2014, IBMB Workshop 2014 Heißbemessung Structural Fire engineering.

 

For modern multi-storey buildings timber-steel-hybrid elements present a very efficient construction method. The combination of these two materials leads to economic and ecologic benefits as the construction height can be optimized, the fire resistance can be increased, the earthquake resistance can be imp

Kamyar Tavoussi , Wolfgang Winter , Tamir Pixner , Michael Kist; Institut für Architekturwissenschaften Tragwerksplanung und Ingenieurholzbau, TU Wien, Wien

Link: http://support.sbcindustry.com/Archive/2010/june/Paper_287.pdf

176m made from Wood an Concrete, Projekt Woodstock

The Projekt Woodstock is a plan motivated by constructive-technical aspects. A hybrid construction system within compact vertical structures was analyzed, always taking into consideration aspects of statics and fire preventation. The analysis was based on the idiea of a fast, clean and light building projects.

Kist, Michael, EUSAS Journal No. 8, June 2012, EUSAS conference on "Fire Safety in High-Rise Buildings. Regulations - Challenges - Concepts", S. 25-30, European Society for Automatic Alarm Systems e.V. (EUSAS e.V.);
c/o Nachrichtentechnische Systeme, NTS, Universität Duisburg-Essen