eBook Materials and Joints in Timber Structures, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 9400778112
  • ISBN-13: 9789400778115
  • DDC: 694
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  • 839 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2014 | Published/Released June 2014
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This book contains the contributions from the RILEM International Symposium on Materials and Joints in Timber Structures that was held in Stuttgart, Germany from October 8 to 10, 2013. It covers recent developments in the materials and the joints used in modern timber structures. Regarding basic wooden materials, the contributions highlight the widened spectrum of products comprising cross-laminated timber, glulam and LVL from hardwoods and block glued elements. Timber concrete compounds, cement bonded wood composites and innovative light-weight constructions represent increasingly employed alternatives for floors, bridges and facades. With regard to jointing technologies, considerable advances in both mechanical connections and glued joints are presented. Self-tapping screws have created unprecedented options for reliable, strong as well as ductile joints and reinforcement technologies. Regarding adhesives, which constitute the basis of the jointing/laminating technology of modern timber products, extended options for tailor-made bonding solutions have to be stated. Apart from melamine-urea and phenolic-resorcinol adhesives, one-component-polyurethanes, emulsion isocyanate polymers and epoxies offer a wide range of possibilities. The contributions dealing with experimental and numerical investigations on static, cyclic and seismic behavior of structures clearly reveal the enhanced potential of modern timber construction for reliable and sustainable buildings and bridges of the new millennium.The book is structured in nine thematic areas, beingI)           StructuresII)          Mechanical ConnectionsIII)         Glued Joints and AdhesivesIV)        Timber and Concrete/Cement/Polymer CompositesV)         Cyclic, Seismic BehaviorVI)        Hardwood, Modified Wood and BambooVII)       Cross-Laminated TimberVIII)      Properties and Testing of WoodIX)        Glulam

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Rilem Bookseries.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
1: Structures.
2: Horizontal Displacements in Medium-Rise Timber Buildings: Basic FE Modeling in Serviceability Limit State.
3: Improving the Moment Resistance of a Concealed Timber Post Base Joint.
4: The Multifunctional TES-Façade Joint.
5: Green-Glued Products for Structural Applications.
6: Experimental Analysis of a Post-tensioned Timber Connection.
7: Risk Based Investigations of Partly Failed or Damaged Timber Constructions.
8: Naturally Grown Round Wood - Ideas for an Engineering Design.
9: Recycling and End-of-Life Scenarios for Timber Structures.
10: Advancements for the Structural Application of Fiber-Reinforced Moulded Wooden Tubes.
11: Sole Plate Fixing Details for Modern Methods of Timber Construction.
12: Thin-Walled Timber Structures.
13: Recommendations for the Design of Complex Indeterminate Timber Structures.
14: Novel Lightweight Timber Composite Element: Web Design in Shear and Compression.
15: New Timber Bridges: Inventive Design by Block-Gluing.
16: Mechanical Connections.
17: Steel-to-Timber Joints with Very High Strength Steel Dowels Using Spruce, Beech and Azobé.
18: Wood Load-Carrying Capacity of Timber Connections: An Extended Application for Nails and Screws.
19: Ductility in Timber Structures: Investigations on Over-Strength Factors.
20: An Experimental Study on Bearing Strength in Compression for Bolted Joint of Plywood.
21: Investigations Concerning the Force Distribution along Axially Loaded Self-tapping Screws.
22: Experimental Analysis on the Structural Behaviour of Connections with LVL Made of Beech Wood.
23: The Embedment Failure of European Beech Compared to Spruce Wood and Standards.
24: Modelling of Non-metallic Timber Connections at Elevated Temperatures.
25: Analysis of the Brittle Failure and Design of Connections Loaded Perpendicular to Grain.
26: Structural Performance and Advantages of DVW Reinforced Moment Transmitting Timber Joints with Steel Plate Connectors and Tube Fasteners.
27: Fully Threaded Self-tapping Screws Subjected to Combined Axial and Lateral Loading with Different Load to Grain Angles.
28: Alternative Approach to Avoid Brittle Failure in Dowelled Connections.
29: Resistance and Failure Modes of Axially Loaded Groups of Screws.
30: A Method to Determine the Plastic Bending Angle of Dowel-Type Fasteners.
31: Low-Damage Design Using a Gravity Rocking Moment Connection.
32: Glued Joints and Adhesives.
33: Finger Jointing of Freshly Sawn Norway Spruce Side Boards - A Comparative Study of Fracture Properties of Joints Glued with Phenol-Resorcinol and One-Component Polyurethane Adhesive.
34: Pressure Distribution in Block Glue Lines Analyzed by Theory of Beams on Elastic Foundation.
35: EPI for Glued Laminated Timber.
36: Bonding of Various Wood Species –Studies about Their Applicability in Glued Laminated Timber.
37: Fatigue Performance of Adhesive Connections for Wooden Wind Towers.
38: Multifunctional Wood-Adhesives for Structural Health Monitoring Purposes.
39: Assessment of the Glue-Line Quality in Glued Laminated Timber Structures.
40: Review of Recent Research Activities on One-Component Pur-Adhesives for Engineered Wood Products.
41: Timber and Concrete/Cement/Polymer Composites.
42: Development of a High-Performance Hybrid System Made of Composites and Timber (High-Tech Timber Beam®).
43: Experimental Study of the Composite Timber- Concrete SBB Connection under Monotonic and Reversed-Cyclic Loadings.
44: The Predictive Model for Stiffness of Inclined Screws as Shear Connection in Timber-Concrete Composite Floor.
45: Shear Performance of Wood-Concrete Composite with Different Anchorage Length of Steel Rebar.
46: Development of Prefabricated Timber-Concrete Composite Floors.
47: Wood-Based Construction for Multi-story Buildings: Application of Cement Bonded Wood Composites as Structural Element.
48: Rehabilitation, Upgrading and Repair of Historic Timber Structures with Polymer Concrete and FRP-Reinforcement.
49: Fatigue Performance of Single Span Wood-Concrete-Composite Bridges.
50: Hybrid Wall-Slabs for Multi-storey Buildings: Made of Timber with a Directly Applied Mineral Cover Layer.
51: An Innovative Prefabricated Timber-Concrete Composite System.
52: Cyclic, Seismic Behaviour.
53: A Component Model for Cyclic Behaviour of Wooden Structures.
54: Overview of a Project to Quantify Seismic Performance Factors for Cross Laminated Timber Structures in the United States.
55: Force Modification Factors for CLT Structures for NBCC.
56: Experimental Testing of a Portal Frame Connection Using Glued-In Steel Rods.
57: Hardwood, Modified Wood and Bamboo.
58: Bending Strength and Stiffness of Glulam Beams Made of Thermally Modified Beech Timber.
59: Structural Veneer Based Composite Products from Hardwood Thinning - Part I: Background and Manufacturing.
60: Glue Laminated Bamboo (GluBam) for Structural Applications.
61: Glulam Composed of Glued Laminated Veneer Lumber Made of Beech Wood: Superior Performance in Compression Loading.
62: Structural Performance of Accoya® Wood under Service Class 3 Conditions.
63: Structural Veneer Based Composite Products from Hardwood Thinning - Part II: Testing of Hollow Utility Poles.
64: Glulam from European White Oak: Finger Joint Influence on Bending Size Effect.
65: Non-homogeneous Thermal Properties of Bamboo.
66: Cross-Laminated Timber.
67: Tapered Beams Made of Cross Laminated Timber.
68: Influence of the Connection Modelling on the Seismic Behaviour of Crosslam Timber Buildings.
69: Behaviour of Cross-Laminated Timber Panels under Cyclic Loads.
70: Clt Plates under Concentrated Loading - Experimental Identification of Crack Modes and Corresponding Failure Mechanisms.
71: Seismic Strengthening of Existing Concrete and Masonry Buildings with Crosslam Timber Panels.
72: In-Plane Stiffness of Traditional Timber Floors Strengthened with CLT.
73: Propose Alternative Design Criteria for Dowel Type Joint with CLT.
74: Properties and Testing of Wood.
75: Length Effects on Tensile Strength in Timber Members With and Without Joints.
76: New Perspectives in Machine Strength Grading: Or How to Identify a Top Rupture.
77: Aspects of the Difference between the Local and Global Modulus of Elasticity of Structural (hardwood) Timber.
78: Glulam.
79: A Study of Australian Glulam.
80: Improving Strength of Glulam Laminations of Norway Spruce Side Boards by Removal of Weak Sections Using Optimized Finger Jointing.
81: Double Span Continuous Glulam Slabs Strengthened with GFRP.
82: Simplified Design of Glued Laminated Timber Girders for the Torsional Moment Caused by Stability Effects.
Author Index.
Keyword Index.