Index

actions 58, see also Chapter 2 accidental 58, 59 favourable 134

130, 345, 356, 414 quasi-permanent 57, 59, 63, 71, 75, 252,

312,413,499 unfavourable 134 variable 58, 78 accidental design situations 56, 71 adhesive bonding 43 additional properties 14 American plywood 22-24 angle of taper 215, 219, 220 axial compression 69, 148, 150, 163, 299 axial compression and bending 163 axial loading 163, 174, 205, 293, 372, 500

beams see Chapters 4, 6 & 7 axes 76, 106 curved 86, 211,220-222 glued laminated 86, 364, 205-247 notched 91, 138

rectangular 101, 109, 117, 259, 347 solid section 101, 292 straight 18, 101, 107, 148 thin flanged 101, 130, 248-268 thin webbed 37, 101, 131, 248-268 trimmer joists 41 bearing length 104, 120, 227, 284 bearing stress 102, 121-122 bending deflection 128-129, 223, 261 stiffness 131-133, 294 strength, 5, 12, 14, 60, 69, 105, 164, 208, 254

bolts 90, 305, 372-374, 384 axially loaded 406

characteristic yield moment 383,455 edge distance 393, 455 effective number 98, 396, 399, 459, 467 end distance 393 spacing rules 391-399 box beams 39, 40, 43, 45, 248, 258, 261 bracing 90, 92, 148, 304, 338-357, 415 brittle failure 390, 394, 454, 461, 466,485 buckling length 151, 284, 341 buckling strength 108-111, 152-154, 254,

294, 300, 340-344 built-up columns 148, 292-337 bending stiffness 294 buckling strength 294, 300 combined axial loading and moment 311 connection factor 306 design criteria 301 design procedure 291, 299-312 effective axial stiffness 299, 300 effect of creep 312 latticed columns 308 N-lattice 322

spaced columns 293, 303-310 spacer packs 303, 304 V-lattice 308

Canadian plywood 22-23

characteristic embedment strength 89,

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