A Case Study on the Rehabilitation of a Fire-Damaged Structure
AbstractThis paper presents a case study on the rehabilitation of a fire-damaged structure and describes the results of a site investigation and tests, leading to a plan for the rehabilitation of the structure. The fire took place in the main control room of a thermal power plant and lasted about three hours until it was finally extinguished. To set up a rehabilitation plan for the damaged structure, a visual inspection of the damaged condition was first carried out, which was followed by analysis and on-site material tests indicating the degree of neutralization progress in the remaining structure. Specimens of damaged concrete and reinforcing bars were sampled and tested for their residual strengths. As a conclusion, two methods of rehabilitation were suggested considering the current condition of the structure and the sequence of construction. View Full-Text
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Ha, T.; Ko, J.; Lee, S.; Kim, S.; Jung, J.; Kim, D.-J. A Case Study on the Rehabilitation of a Fire-Damaged Structure. Appl. Sci. 2016, 6, 126.
Ha T, Ko J, Lee S, Kim S, Jung J, Kim D-J. A Case Study on the Rehabilitation of a Fire-Damaged Structure. Applied Sciences. 2016; 6(5):126.Chicago/Turabian Style
Ha, Taehun; Ko, Jeongwon; Lee, Sangho; Kim, Seonwoong; Jung, Jieun; Kim, Dae-Jin. 2016. "A Case Study on the Rehabilitation of a Fire-Damaged Structure." Appl. Sci. 6, no. 5: 126.
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