Timber Construction Manual 6th Edition by American Institute

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Timber Construction Manual 6th Edition by American Institute

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  • TIMBER CONSTRUCTION
  • Introduction
  • Materials
  • Structural Systems
  • Economy
  • Permanence
  • Seasoning
  • Handling, Storage, and Erection
  • Conclusion
  • WOOD PROPERTIES
  • Introduction
  • Specific Gravity and Specific Weight of Commercial
  • Lumber Species
  • Dimensional Changes Due to Moisture
  • and Temperature
  • Thermal Insulating Properties
  • Wood in Chemical Environments
  • Acoustical Properties
  • Electrical Properties
  • Coefficient of Friction
  • Conclusion
  • TIMBER DESIGN
  • Introduction
  • Loads
  • Design Values
  • Adjustment Factors
  • Deflection
  • Camber
  • Ponding
  • Conclusion
  • TIMBER BEAMS
  • Introduction
  • Structural Evaluation of Beams
  • Simple Beams
  • Continuous Members
  • Biaxial Bending (Bending about Both Axes)
  • Torsion
  • Conclusion
  • TIMBER COLUMNS AND TENSION MEMBERS
  • Introduction
  • Column Design Criteria
  • Rectangular Columns
  • Round Columns
  • Tapered Columns
  • Spaced Columns
  • Built-Up Columns
  • Columns with Flanges
  • Tension Members
  • Conclusion
  • TIMBER BEAM-COLUMNS AND TENSION BEAMS
  • Introduction
  • General Equation for Beam-Columns
  • Centric Axial Compression and Side Load Bending about
  • Both Axes
  • Centric Axial Compression and Side Load Bending about
  • Strong Axis Only
  • Eccentric Axial Compression Only
  • Axial Compression Eccentricity in Strong Direction
  • Only
  • Columns with Side Brackets
  • Combined Axial Tension and Bending
  • Conclusion
  • TAPERED BEAMS
  • Introduction
  • Tapered Beam Design
  • Beams with Tapered End Cuts
  • Conclusion
  • CURVED GLULAM BEAMS
  • Introduction
  • Curved Beams with Constant Depth
  • Pitched and Tapered Curved Beams
  • Pitched and Tapered Curved Beams with Mechanically
  • Attached Haunch
  • Conclusion
  • GLULAM ARCHES
  • Introduction
  • Preliminary Design Procedure
  • Conclusion
  • HEAVY TIMBER DECKING
  • Introduction
  • Installation Requirements
  • Design Formulas
  • Section Properties
  • Decking Design Values
  • Conclusion
  • CONNECTIONS IN TIMBER STRUCTURES
  • Introduction
  • Connection Detailing Principles
  • Types of Fasteners
  • Reference Design Values for Fasteners
  • Adjustment Factors
  • Conclusion
  • MEMBER CAPACITY AT CONNECTIONS
  • Introduction
  • Member Capacity at Connections Loaded
  • Perpendicular-to-Grain
  • Member Capacity at Connections Loaded
  • Parallel-to-Grain
  • Member Capacity at Connections Loaded at an Angle to Grain
  • Conclusion
  • DOWEL-TYPE FASTENERS
  • Introduction
  • Dowel-Type Fasteners Loaded Laterally
  • Dowel-Type Fasteners Loaded in Withdrawal
  • Dowel-Type Fasteners Loaded Laterally and in
  • Withdrawal
  • Conclusion
  • SHEAR PLATES AND SPLIT RINGS
  • Introduction
  • Connectors in Side Grain
  • Timber Connectors in End Grain
  • Conclusion
  • MOMENT SPLICES
  • Introduction
  • Shear Transfer
  • Moment Transfer
  • Conclusion
  • LOAD AND RESISTANCE FACTOR DESIGN
  • Introduction
  • Design Values and Adjustment Factors
  • Design Checks
  • Conclusion
  • TIMBER BRIDGES
  • Introduction
  • Types of Timber Bridges
  • Advantages of Glued Laminated Timber
  • Preservative Treatments
  • Wearing Surfaces
  • Guardrails
  • Design Methods
  • Conclusion
  • LRFD BRIDGE DESIGN
  • Introduction
  • Longitudinal Stringers
  • Transverse Glulam Deck Panels
  • Longitudinal Deck (with Stiffeners)
  • Conclusion
  • ASD BRIDGE DESIGN
  • Introduction
  • Longitudinal Stringers (Girders)
  • Interconnected Transverse Deck Panels
  • Non-Interconnected Transverse Deck Panels
  • Longitudinal Deck (with Stiffeners)
  • Static Design of Guardrail System
  • Conclusion
  • FIRE SAFETY
  • Introduction
  • Types of Construction
  • Lessons from Actual Fires
  • Performance of Wood in Fire
  • Wood versus Steel
  • Heavy Timber Construction
  • Fire-Resistance-Rated Construction
  • Use of Stock Glulam Beams in Fire Rated Construction
  • Fire Retardant Treatment
  • Conclusion
  • APPENDIX A DESIGN EXAMPLES
  • Introduction
  • APPENDIX B REFERENCE INFORMATION
  • Beam Diagrams and Formulas
  • Typical Fastener Dimensions and Yield Strengths
  • Structural Glued Laminated Timber Reference Design Values

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