This design guide provides a general overview of the fire design of steel and composite structures in accordance with the Eurocodes, introduces the basis of design for fire situations and the criteria that need to be met. (Published 2012)
This publication provides basic information necessary to assist an architect or engineer to understand the principles of design for fire resistant steel structures and the terminology used. (Published 1999)
This publication explains how framed steel buildings can be designed easily to achieve up to 60 minutes fire resistance, without additional protection. It describes the design basis, in accordance with BS 5950-8, illustrates construction details and presents design data sheets to facilitate scheme design. (Published 1999)
This publication is the revision of the first edition published in 1996.
Intumescent coatings have been used to provide fire protection to steelwork for a number of years - this publication is concerned with the off-site application of intumescent coatings at the fabricator's works. It is in two parts. (P160) Published 2005.