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Advanced model for predicting the fire response of concrete filled tubular columns
A Espinos, ML Romero, A Hospitaler
Journal of constructional steel research 66 (8-9), 1030-1046, 2010
2302010
Fire behavior of axially loaded slender high strength concrete-filled tubular columns
ML Romero, V Moliner, A Espinos, C Ibañez, A Hospitaler
Journal of Constructional Steel Research 67 (12), 1953-1965, 2011
1792011
Fire behavior of eccentrically loaded slender high strength concrete-filled tubular columns
V Moliner, A Espinos, ML Romero, A Hospitaler
Journal of Constructional Steel Research 83, 137-146, 2013
1212013
Slender double-tube ultra-high strength concrete-filled tubular columns under ambient temperature and fire
ML Romero, A Espinós, JM Portolés, A Hospitaler, C Ibañez
Engineering Structures 99, 536-545, 2015
1162015
Influence of ultra-high strength concrete on circular concrete-filled dual steel columns
ML Romero, C Ibañez, A Espinós, JM Portolés, A Hospitaler
Structures 9, 13-20, 2017
1102017
Fire behaviour of concrete filled elliptical steel columns
A Espinos, L Gardner, ML Romero, A Hospitaler
Thin-walled structures 49 (2), 239-255, 2011
1062011
Circular and square slender concrete-filled tubular columns under large eccentricities and fire
A Espinos, ML Romero, E Serra, A Hospitaler
Journal of Constructional Steel Research 110, 90-100, 2015
962015
Simple calculation model for evaluating the fire resistance of unreinforced concrete filled tubular columns
A Espinos, ML Romero, A Hospitaler
Engineering Structures 42, 231-244, 2012
792012
Proposal of a new method in EN1994-1-2 for the fire design of concrete-filled steel tubular columns
V Albero, A Espinos, ML Romero, A Hospitaler, G Bihina, C Renaud
Engineering Structures 128, 237-255, 2016
692016
Experimental investigation on the fire behaviour of rectangular and elliptical slender concrete-filled tubular columns
A Espinos, ML Romero, E Serra, A Hospitaler
Thin-Walled Structures 93, 137-148, 2015
692015
Ultra-high strength concrete on eccentrically loaded slender circular concrete-filled dual steel columns
C Ibañez, ML Romero, A Espinós, JM Portolés, V Albero
Structures 12, 64-74, 2017
662017
Fire performance of innovative steel-concrete composite columns using high strength steels
A Espinos, ML Romero, D Lam
Thin-Walled Structures 106, 113-128, 2016
562016
Numerical analysis and design of slender concrete-filled elliptical hollow section columns and beam-columns
W Qiu, F McCann, A Espinos, ML Romero, L Gardner
Engineering structures 131, 90-100, 2017
552017
Fire design method for bar-reinforced circular and elliptical concrete filled tubular columns
A Espinos, ML Romero, A Hospitaler
Engineering Structures 56, 384-395, 2013
472013
Ambient and fire behavior of eccentrically loaded elliptical slender concrete-filled tubular columns
A Espinos, ML Romero, JM Portolés, A Hospitaler
Journal of constructional steel research 100, 97-107, 2014
442014
A 3D finite element model for predicting the fire behavior of hollow-core slabs
JV Aguado, V Albero, A Espinos, A Hospitaler, ML Romero
Engineering Structures 108, 12-27, 2016
392016
Numerical study on the flexural behaviour of slim-floor beams with hollow core slabs at elevated temperature
V Albero, A Espinós, E Serra, ML Romero, A Hospitaler
Engineering Structures 180, 561-573, 2019
352019
Recent developments and fire design provisions for CFST columns and slim-floor beams
ML Romero, A Espinós, A Lapuebla-Ferri, V Albero, A Hospitaler
Journal of Constructional Steel Research 172, 106159, 2020
342020
Numerical study on axially loaded ultra-high strength concrete-filled dual steel columns
D Pons, A Espinós, V Albero, ML Romero
Steel and Composite Structures, An International Journal 26 (6), 705-717, 2018
322018
Numerical analysis of the fire resistance of circular and elliptical slender concrete filled tubular columns
AE Capilla
Universitat Politècnica de València, 2012
302012
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