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Long-term load performance of hardboard I-beams

J. Dobbin McNatt

Long-term load performance of hardboard I-beams

by J. Dobbin McNatt

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory in [Madison, Wis.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wooden beams.,
  • Girders.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJ. Dobbin McNatt, Michael J. Superfesky.
    SeriesResearch paper FPL -- 441.
    ContributionsSuperfesky, Michael J., Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination10 p. :
    Number of Pages10
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18037058M

    BEAM-COLUMNS SUMMARY: • Structural members subjected to axial compression and bending are known as beam columns. • The interaction of normal force and bending may be treated elastically or plastically using equilibrium for the classification of cross-section. • The behaviour and design of beam-columns are presented within the context of members subjectedFile Size: KB. Lumber Yard, Hardwood, wide plank flooring, reclaimed siding, moulding, cedar, plywood, pine, decking, railing, Mohawk, timbers, wood slabs, veneers.

    Load beams are roll formed with /8” step along the top inside edge for holding load support components such as pallet supports or wire decks. Capacities are for uniformly distributed product load plus dead load per pair of beams (dead load = weight of beams), actual capacities may vary for seismic calculations. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Full text of "Density, modulus of elasticity, creep, and durability of hardboard: .

    Monitoring the long-term behavior of civil structures is of great importance for damage prevention and design improvement,,,,.For prestressed (PT) concrete structures, it has long been recognized that the loss in tension of prestressing tendons over time is one major factor affecting their long-term deflection and service by: 8. showed that hardboard-webbed I-beams exhibit linear behavior to a load level equivalent to 60% of the rail shear strength of the hardboard web. As with the othe r.


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Long-term load performance of hardboard I-beams by J. Dobbin McNatt Download PDF EPUB FB2

Long-Term Load Performance of Hardboard I-Beams J. Dobbin McNatt, Technologist and Michael J. Superfesky, Engineer Increasing costs and decreasing availability of larger, solid-sawn wood joists for roof and floor systems have encouraged the development of prefabricated beams of various types.

Nelson (15)2 has stated that it is possible to. Additional Physical Format: Online version: McNatt, J. Dobbin. Long-term load performance of hardboard I-beams.

[Madison, Wis.]: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest. Long-term load performance of hardboard I-beams / By J. Dobbin. McNatt, Michael J. Superfesky and Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.) Abstract "November "--P.

[1]Distributed to depository libraries in graphy: p. Mode of access: Internet. Department o Long-Term Load Agnculture Performance of Forest -s Long-term load performance of hardboard I-beams book Hardboard I-Beams Products Laboratory' Research J.

Dobbin McNatt, Technologist Paper and - FPL Nvb adfyc 1 Michael J. Superfesky, November Engineer #VPc, I3 Introduction. the long-term-load performance of structural composite members, primarily I-beams, made with plywood, oriented strandboard, and waferboard.

Earlier work focused on hardboard in similar applications. Studies have also evaluated the load-duration behavior of wood-base panels alone. Much of this work was designed, at least in part, to. Twelve-foot and 6-foot I-beams with webs of two different hardboard materials and plywood were subjected to constant loads in three different humidity environments.

Af hours of test, the performance of the hardboard-webbed I-beams appears to be at least comparable to that of I-beams with plywood webs. were used in designing three experimental I-beams that spanned 30 feet with a 2-foot overhang on each end.

They were constructed with web material of hardboard and flanges of 2- by 4-inch lumber. The design stress values of the hardboard were based on a factor of for load duration, a statistical consi­.

observed similar creep behavior between I-beams wi th particleboard and hardboard to I-beams with lumber webs. Leichti and Tang () tested I. McNatt, J. D.; Superfesky, M. Long-term load performance of hardboard I-beams. USDA Forest Service Research Paper FPL, Madison Mårtensson, A.

Tensile behaviour of hardboard under combined mechanical and moisture by:   The tensor polynomial strength theory for anisotropic materials was coupled with finite-element analyses to predict the ultimate load capacity of several wood-composite I-beams. Small-specimen tests with the constituent materials provided elastic constants for the finite-element computations and ultimate strengths for development of strength by: 5.

term load and long term load, the assumption that the truss theory is based on the actual behavior of reinforced concrete beams loaded by bending until failure cannot be confirmed, because in the tensioned zone of the beam, the tensioned member of the truss cannot be formed, so it is necessary to take into consideration the active forces of.

The long-term load performance of hardboard- and plywood-webbed I-beams with Douglas-fir laminated veneer lumber flanges was investigated (Superfesky and Ramaker ; McNatt and Superfesky ). HARDBOARD-WEBBED I-BEAMS.

SUBJECTED TO SHORT-TERM LOADING. 1 2. By MICHAEL J. SUPERFESKY, Engineer. and. TERRY J. RAMAKER, Engineer. Forest Products Laboratory, 3 Forest Service U.S.

Department of Agriculture. INTRODUCTION. The performance of structural I-beams and box beams is highly dependent on the shear. Gowda et al. () reported results of long-term bending creep tests on glulam beams at low load levels under natural conditions.

The creep data collected from tests on eight separate glulam. The spreading process is performed on special tables with smooth hardboard, laminate or melamine painted surfaces (see Fig.

).The surface is supported by a steel construction capable of withstanding the load of a fully equipped spreader. The tables are available in different widths (– cm) and the width of the table must be at least 20 cm wider than that of the spread.

n) _ 0, where the failure surface is known to be f (z, zZ, zn) = 0. CREEP ANALYSIS Specimen testing Traditional solid sawn lumber and wood-composite I-beams were long-term loaded in bending at one-third of the average maximum static bending strength for the lumber and I Cited by: 5.

SectionLong-Term Loading. Under long-term loading, the expected (average) deflection will be times the immediate deflection due to the long-term component of the design load for seasoned (dried) lumber and times the immediate deflection for unseasoned (green) lumber. Long-term loading effect of moisture Content.

findings from two EU comprehensive research projects concerning the performance of I-beam structures made from re-engineered timber flange and wood based composite web. The objectives of the project are to 1) develop a reliable test method for determination of short- and long-term performance of composite I-beams, 2) determine short-and long-term.

A method for determining the structural performance of wood based panels under edgewise bending load has been developed. The developed semi-size test method for the edgewise bending load can be used for the harmonised grades of PB, MDF, OSB and PW without lamination for a panel thickness of 18 mm.

(2) The test results were consistent and Cited by: 4. In this study, Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica (L. f.) D. Don) harvested from a plantation in Taiwan was used to develop built-up beams using self-tapping screws as metal connectors and resorcinol formaldehyde resin as glue to assemble components based on various assembly configurations.

Results showed that adding glue provided flexural rigidity, whereas assembly Author: Tsai-Po Chien, Te-Hsin Yang, Feng-Cheng Chang. You must determine the snow load for your region. This information is found in the code book. The snow load is treated as a live load when you use AWC's tables.

If your code book says your snow load is 40 psf, then you use the 40 psf live load rafter table. The fact that snow loads only act part of the year has been used to create the rafter.Sensitivity of the load–deflection results with respect to different parameters for group No.

4 of castellated I beams tested by Harte and Baylor [40] (±20% variability in the mechanical.Utilização de Derivados da Madeira em Habitações Pré-fabricadas Produzidas no Brasil W ood Composite I-beams: a literature review.

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