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Ruben Van Coile
Ruben Van Coile
Ghent University, Department of Structural Engineering
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The need for hierarchies of acceptance criteria for probabilistic risk assessments in fire engineering
R Van Coile, D Hopkin, D Lange, G Jomaas, L Bisby
Fire technology 55, 1111-1146, 2019
1002019
Probabilistic models for temperature-dependent strength of steel and concrete
R Qureshi, S Ni, N Elhami Khorasani, R Van Coile, D Hopkin, T Gernay
Journal of Structural Engineering 146 (6), 04020102, 2020
772020
Assessment of damage and residual load bearing capacity of a concrete slab after fire: Applied reliability-based methodology
T Molkens, R Van Coile, T Gernay
Engineering Structures 150, 969-985, 2017
722017
A parametric modelling strategy for the numerical simulation of 3D concrete printing with complex geometries
T Ooms, G Vantyghem, R Van Coile, W De Corte
Additive Manufacturing 38, 101743, 2021
712021
Reliability-based decision making for concrete elements exposed to fire
R Van Coile
Ghent University, 2015
422015
Defining ALARP for fire safety engineering design via the Life Quality Index
R Van Coile, G Jomaas, L Bisby
Fire Safety Journal 107, 1-14, 2019
412019
Review of current practice in probabilistic structural fire engineering: permanent and live load modelling
B Jovanović, R Van Coile, D Hopkin, N Elhami Khorasani, D Lange, ...
Fire Technology 57, 1-30, 2021
402021
Efficient uncertainty quantification method applied to structural fire engineering computations
T Gernay, R Van Coile, NE Khorasani, D Hopkin
Engineering Structures 183, 1-17, 2019
382019
The meaning of Beta: background and applicability of the target reliability index for normal conditions to structural fire engineering
R Van Coile, D Hopkin, L Bisby, R Caspeele
Procedia engineering 210, 528-536, 2017
382017
Reliability-based evaluation of the inherent safety presumptions in common fire safety design
R Van Coile, R Caspeele, L Taerwe
Engineering structures 77, 181-192, 2014
372014
Lifetime cost optimization for the structural fire resistance of concrete slabs
R Van Coile, R Caspeele, L Taerwe
Fire technology 50, 1201-1227, 2014
332014
Certain Uncertainty-Demonstrating safety in fire engineering design and the need for safety targets.
D Hopkins, R Van Coile, D Lange
SFPE Europe, 2017
322017
A fire risk assessment model for residential high-rises with a single stairwell
ND Hansen, FB Steffensen, M Valkvist, G Jomaas, R Van Coile
Fire safety journal 95, 160-169, 2018
282018
Cost-benefit analysis of residential sprinklers–Application of a judgement value method
D Hopkin, M Spearpoint, M Arnott, R Van Coile
Fire safety journal 106, 61-71, 2019
272019
An unbiased method for probabilistic fire safety engineering, requiring a limited number of model evaluations
R Van Coile, GP Balomenos, MD Pandey, R Caspeele
Fire Technology 53, 1705-1744, 2017
252017
Burnout resistance of concrete slabs: Probabilistic assessment and global resistance factor calibration
T Thienpont, R Van Coile, R Caspeele, W De Corte
Fire Safety Journal 119, 103242, 2021
242021
Testing for knowledge: Application of machine learning techniques for prediction of flashover in a 1/5 scale ISO 13784‐1 enclosure
A Dexters, RR Leisted, R Van Coile, S Welch, G Jomaas
Fire and Materials 45 (6), 708-719, 2021
232021
Adequate fire safety for structural steel elements based upon life-time cost optimization
D Hopkin, I Fu, R Van Coile
Fire safety journal 120, 103095, 2021
232021
Demonstrating adequate safety for a concrete column exposed to fire, using probabilistic methods
R Van Coile, D Hopkin, N Elhami‐Khorasani, T Gernay
Fire and Materials 45 (7), 918-928, 2021
222021
The mixed lognormal distribution for a more precise assessment of the reliability of concrete slabs exposed to fire
R Van Coile, R Caspeele, L Taerwe
Proceedings of ESREL 2013 (29/09), 02-10, 2013
202013
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