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Designers' Guide to Eurocode 5: Design of Timber Buildings

Jack Porteous and Peter Ross


Price: £ 66.00

ISBN: 9780727731623
Format: Hardbound
Publish Date: 26/04/2013
Publisher: ICE Publishing
Page Size: 297x210mm
Number of Pages: 220

Designers' Guide to Eurocode 5: Design of Timber Buildings

Description

This guide interprets and assists in the use of EN 1995-1-1 structural timber. Showing typical material properties and dimensions; modifiers, and structural reponses, it presents concise worked examples. Connections, an especially critical aspect of timber design, are thoroughly addressed.

Relationships with other Eurocodes are explained, particularly those for EN 1990 Basis of Design. It cites British Standard - European Standard (BS EN) documents supporting the Construction Products Directive in structural timberwork. Copious references permit readers to investigate beyond the code background within the guide itself.

Contents

Preface
Introduction
Chapter 1. General
Chapter 2. Basis of design
Chapter 3. Material properties
Chapter 4. Durability
Chapter 5. Basis of structural design
Chapter 6. Ultimate limit states
Chapter 7. Serviceability limit states
Chapter 8. Connections with metal fasteners
Chapter 9. Components and assembles
Chapter 10. Structural detailing and control
Chapter 11. Informative annexes
Chapter 12. Timber in fire
Chapter 13. The design of multi-storey timber frame wall diaphragms
Appendix A. Possible changes to EN 1995-1-1
• Index

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