This is followed by how to determine the numerical value of the adjustment factors. A multiple-choice quiz is administered at the end which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course material. Allowable design values for wood members and connections in particular end uses shall be appropriate for the conditions in which the member is used, taking into account the differences in wood strength properties given the conditions of use. When this happens, a conservative approach to grading is often the best concept.
|Date Added:||18 February 2015|
|File Size:||57.95 Mb|
|Operating Systems:||Windows NT/2000/XP/2003/2003/7/8/10 MacOS 10/X|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Lumber Mechanical Properties Figures Design nails for withdrawal to resist the new wind loads.
Philadelphia Navel Shipyard - Large timber frame structure. All of these issues need to be identified and documented by the inspector as well.
A multiple-choice quiz is administered at the end which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course material. One common mistake in evaluating an older constrcution is to research the reference design values that were applicable at the time of construction.
The difference fonstruction a reference and allowable design values is explained. Horizontal shear stresses tend to slide fibers over each other horizontally and are most predominant in short, heavily-loaded deep beams.
National Design Specification- (NDS-) for Wood Construction -
Except as otherwise noted, the values are computed in accordance with ASTM standards based on clear-wood tests or on tests of full-size pieces in specific grades. Horizontal Shear - Fv Fig. NDS Editions Archives. Photo courtesy of Senler, Campbell and Associates, Inc.
Once you finish studying the above course contentyou need to take a quiz to obtain the PDH credits. In some instances slope-of-grain will be revealed by a check or split, as shown above. Western Wood Products Association represents softwood lumber manufacturers in the 12 Western states and Alaska. The Wood Design Package includes the publications listed below.
When this happens, a conservative approach to grading is often the best concept.
Identify wind load increases in ASCE that affect wood design and construction. In some cases there are large notches removed from members for plumbing which result in cross sectional loss.
Wood is the most popular building material for residential homes and other smaller buildings. Grading in-situ cannot be performed in the same manner as that performed by a grader in a mill.
Tensile stresses are similar to compression parallel to grain in that they act across the full cross section and tend to stretch the piece. Anything less than three exposed surfaces along the length of a member means that the inspector valhes use their judgement, which requires a lot of experience. The wood species wiod the elements need to be determined, which can often include different species for different elements. The first step for determining allowable design values is to determine the species of the lumber or timbers in the structure.
Length does not affect tensile stresses.
Catalog Record: Design values for wood construction : a | Hathi Trust Digital Library
An illustration is then given which shows how the design value types relate to the direction of the wood grain. Western Lumber Resource Library. Repetitive members are also used where pieces are adjacent, such as decking. In many parts of a structure, stress grades are used where the loads are supported on the ends of the pieces.
Download a PDF, Tables 1 and 2. Cornell University, Ithaca, NY. This occurs in beams and joists where columns generally have all sides, or surfaces, exposed. Some of the engineered wood products include I-joists, laminated veneer and glued laminated timber.