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Table 10.2 (continued)

Connections in double shear

Failure modes ■

P-g)

(h) (J

) (k)

Characteristic load-carrying Fv,Rk = /hJ,k ■ h ■ d capacity per Fv,Rk = 0.5/h,2,k • r2 • rf lastener per shear plane, A.ix ■ h ■ d / 4^(2 + ¿¡)My,Rk

minimum value L'

from the mode r , , c / f=rri-7-1 , ^ax.Rk failure Fv,Rk - 1.15^ + ^2My,Rk •• 4

equations: (EC5, equations (8.7))

mode (k) (10.10)

Table 10.3 Characteristic load-carrying capacity per fastener per shear plane for steel-timber connections*

Connections in single shear - modes (a) and (b) have thin plates and modes (c), (d) and (e) have thick plates

Failure modes (note that modes (c), (d) and (e) in h * w htmi EC5, Figure 8.5, should be as shown against (c), —1 —1 — (d) and (e) across) , m \ > ^ f *

(a) (b) (c)

(d) (e)

Characteristic load-canying capacity per Rk = 0.4 fh k • t\ ■ d fastener per shear plane, Fv.Rk, is the minimum p value from the mode failure equations: Fv Rk = 1.15 V2My Rk • fh k • d + ax'Rk (EC5, equations (8.9), (8.10)) ' ' 4

/ 4My,Rk iv.Rk = /h,k ' h ■ d J2 + , 1 V /h.k -t{-d

Fv,Rk = /h.k ■ h ■ d

(continued)

Table 10.3 (continued)

Joints in double shear - steel plates are of any thickness unless stated otherwise below

Failure modes

?s,eel 4teel thill plates

- thick plates

Characteristic load-carrying capacity per fastener per shear plane, Fv, Rk, is the minimum value from the mode failure equations: (EC5, equations (8.11), (8.12), (8.13))

Fv,Rk = 2.3yMy,Rk • /h,i,k • d + -Fv.Rk = 0.5/h,2,k • h ■ d

Fnx.Rk

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