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1. Mechanical Properties of Austenitic Stainless Steel Made by Additive Manufacturing
Series: Journal of Research (NIST JRES)
Report Number: 119.015
Published: 10/10/2014
Authors: John A. Slotwinski, William E Luecke
Abstract: Using uniaxial tensile and hardness testing, we evaluated the variability and anisotropy of the mechanical properties of an austenitic stainless steel, UNS S17400, manufactured by an additive process, selective laser melting. Like wrought materia ...

Published: 6/11/2014
Authors: Lisa Yong yae Choe, William E Luecke, John L Gross
Abstract: The finite-element method (FEM) requires accurate constitutive models for predicting the behaviour of steel components, structural members, or systems subjected to fire. As part of the World Trade Centre collapse investigation, the National Institu ...

3. Modeling of moment connections for structural fire analyses
Published: 3/25/2014
Authors: Mina Samir Seif, Therese P McAllister, Joseph A Main, William E Luecke
Abstract: Performance-based methodologies to evaluate the fire performance of structures are needed to move beyond the prescriptive procedures presently in use, which cannot be used to determine actual structural performance in fire. Analytical methods are nee ...

4. Repeatability and reproducibility of compression strength measurements conducted according to ASTM E9
Series: Technical Note (NIST TN)
Report Number: 1679
Published: 2/14/2013
Authors: William E Luecke, Stephen Graham, Matthew Adler, Li Ma
Abstract: Ten commercial laboratories participated in an interlaboratory study to establish the repeatability and reproducibility of compression strength tests conducted according to ASTM International Standart Test Method E9. The test employed a cylindric ...

5. Measurement of Temperature, Displacement, and Strain in Structural Components Subject to Fire Effects: Concepts and Candidate Approaches
Series: Technical Note (NIST TN)
Report Number: 1768
Published: 9/28/2012
Authors: Therese P McAllister, William E Luecke, Mark A Iadicola, Matthew F Bundy
Abstract: For the last forty years, NIST has led the world in fire metrology through research conducted at the Large Fire Laboratory, which is being expanded to enable experiments on real-scale structures under combined structural and fire loads. The combined ...

6. High-temperature tensile constitutive data and models for structural steels in fire
Series: Technical Note (NIST TN)
Report Number: 1714
Published: 11/30/2011
Authors: William E Luecke, Stephen W Banovic, Joseph David McColskey
Abstract: This report documents the stress-strain behavior of a collection of structural steels recovered from the collapse of the World Trade Center. These steels, combined with literature data form the basis of a model for the stress-strain behavior of struc ...

7. Safety Assessment of Parallel Wire Suspension Bridge Cables Under Thermal Effects
Series: Technical Note (NIST TN)
Report Number: 1678
Published: 10/25/2010
Authors: Joseph A Main, William E Luecke
Abstract: This report summarizes a NIST study aimed at assessing the safety of parallel wire suspension bridge cables under thermal effects. Both low temperatures, potentially embrittling the bridge wires, and high temperatures, potentially softening the wires ...

8. Workshop on Quantitative Tools for Condition Assessment of Aging Infrastructure
Series: NIST Interagency/Internal Report (NISTIR)
Published: 10/14/2010
Authors: Ward L Johnson, Thomas A. (Thomas A.) Siewert, Jessica Terry, Dat Duthinh, Mark A Iadicola, William E Luecke, Joseph David McColskey
Abstract: The Quantitative Tools for Condition Assessment of Aging Infrastructure Workshop was held May 4-5, 2010, in Boulder, Colorado. It was organized by a team of researchers within the National Institute of Standards and Technology s (NIST) Materials Scie ...

9. Anisotropic Behavior of X100 Pipeline Steel
Published: 7/6/2008
Authors: John Matthew Treinen, William E Luecke, Joseph David McColskey, Philippe P. Darcis, Yong-Yi Wang
Abstract: While steel is generally treated as being isotropic, tensile and compression tests in the different pipe orientations for API X100 grade pipeline steel show that that this is not the case. To better understand the anisotropy, tests in the longitudina ...

10. The role of metallurgy in the NIST investigation of the world trade center towers collapse
Published: 11/1/2007
Authors: Stephen W Banovic, Timothy J Foecke, William E Luecke, Joseph David McColskey, Christopher N McCowan, Thomas A. (Thomas A.) Siewert, Frank W Gayle
Abstract: On August 21, 2002, on the direction of the U.S. Congress, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) initiated an investigation into the collapse of the World Trade Center (WTC) towers. In support of the overall investigation goals, t ...

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