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Title Metallographic Examination of Heavily Eroded Structural Steel from World Trade Center Buildings 1, 2 and 7
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Publication Date 2004/12/14
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Authors George F. Vander Voort, Ronald R. Biederman, Rick Sisson, Erin Sullivan
Number of Pages 10
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Abstract Steel samples from Buildings 1, 2 and 7 of the World Trade Center were collected during the Federal Emergency Management Agency forensic investigation shortly after the September 11, 2001 incident. Macroscopically, the steel samples supplied exhibited severe “erosion” with plate thickness varying from 12.7mm to a total loss of metal in many areas. Also, some localized plastic deformation was observed. A determination of the cause of this unexpected erosion and an estimate of the maximum temperature that this steel likely experienced are the subjects of this paper.
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AbstractSteel samples from Buildings 1, 2 and 7 ofSteel samples from Buildings 1, 2 and 7 of the World Trade Center were collected during the Federal Emergency Management Agency forensic investigation shortly after the September 11, 2001 incident. Macroscopically, the steel samples supplied exhibited severe “erosion” with plate thickness varying from 12.7mm to a total loss of metal in many areas. Also, some localized plastic deformation was observed. A determination of the cause of this unexpected erosion and an estimate of the maximum temperature that this steel likely experienced are the subjects of this paper.xperienced are the subjects of this paper. +
Abstract URLhttp://www.georgevandervoort.com/failure-analysis/article-list/20001356-metallographic-examination-of-heavily-eroded-structural-steel-from-world-trade-center-buildings-1-2-and-7.html +
AuthorsGeorge F. Vander Voort +, Ronald R. Biederman +, Rick Sisson + and Erin Sullivan +
Company or AgencyBuehler Ltd +
Exact Publication Date UnknownYes +
Number of Pages10 +
Original URLhttp://www.georgevandervoort.com/images/Failure-Analysis/World_Trade_Center.pdf +
Publication Date14 December 2004 +
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TitleMetallographic Examination of Heavily Eroded Structural Steel from World Trade Center Buildings 1, 2 and 7 +
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http://www.georgevandervoort.com/images/Failure-Analysis/World_Trade_Center.pdf

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