Timber Designers' Manual

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 15, 2008 - Technology & Engineering - 560 pages
This major structural engineering manual covers overall detail design of structural timber and includes extensive tables and coefficients for speedy reference. The current edition takes account of revisions to BS 5268: Part 2 and outlines the new Eurocode on timber. It is available for the first time in paperback.
 

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Contents

1 The Materials Used in Timber Engineering
1
2 Stress Levels for Solid Timber
41
3 Loading
50
4 The Design of Beams General Notes
64
5 Beams of Solid Timber
99
6 Multiple Section Beams
117
7 Glulam Beams
123
8 Thin Web Beams
164
16 Multimember Columns
261
17 Glulam Columns
271
18 Mechanical Joints
280
19 Glue Joints including Finger Joints
336
20 Stress Skin Panels
352
21 Trusses
369
22 Structural Design for Fire Resistance
430
23 Considerations of Overall Stability
438

9 Lateral Stability of Beams
190
10 Structural Composite Lumber
201
11 Solid Timber Decking
211
12 Deection Practical and Special Considerations
221
13 Tension Members
236
14 General Design of Compression Members
242
15 Columns of Solid Timber
252
24 Preservation Durability Moisture Content
454
25 Considerations for the Structural Use of Hardwood
471
26 Prototype Testing
477
27 Design to Eurocode 5
480
28 Miscellaneous Tables
521
Index
538
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E. C. Ozelton is the author of Timber Designers' Manual, 3rd Edition, published by Wiley. J. A. Baird is the author of Timber Designers' Manual, 3rd Edition, published by Wiley.

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