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Design of Wood Structures-ASD/LRFD (7th ed.) by Donald E. Breyer. Read online, or download in secure PDF or secure EPUB format. Design of Wood Structures—ASD/LRFD, Seventh Edition by: Donald E. Breyer, P.E., Kelly E. Cobeen, S.E., Kenneth J. Fridley, Ph.D., David G. Pollock, Ph.D. by: Donald E. Breyer, Kenneth J. Fridle, Kelly E. Cobeen, David G. Pollock. Abstract: The leading text and reference on wood design, updated to include the .

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Online Available online. AccessEngineering Full view. More options. Find it at other libraries via WorldCat Limited preview. Contributor Breyer, Donald E. Contents Wood buildings and design criteria ; Design loads ; Behavior of structures under loads and forces ; Properties of wood and lumber grades ; Structural glued laminated timber ; Beam design ; Axial forces and combined bending and axial forces ; Wood structural panels ; Diaphragms ; Shearwalls ; Wood connections--background ; Nailed and stapled connections ; Bolts, lag bolts, and other connectors ; Connection details and hardware ; Diaphragm-to-shearwall anchorage ; Advanced topics in lateral force design.

Publisher's Summary This is the leading text and reference on wood design, updated to include the latest codes and data.

Nielsen Book Data Subject Building, Wooden. Structural design.

ISBN 13: 9780071745604

Strains and stresses. Engineered wood.

Laminated timber. Axial loads.

Wood bending. Shear walls. Timber joints. Diaphragms Structural engineering Wood fasteners. Bolts and nuts. Lateral loads. Bibliographic information. Breyer, Kenneth J.

Diaphragm-to-Shearwall Anchorage Advanced Topics in Lateral Force Design Weights of Building Materials B. SI Metric Units D. It is designed to serve either as a text for a course in timber design or as a reference for systematic self-study of the subject. The book will lead the reader through the complete design of a wood structure except for the foundation.

The sequence of the material follows the same general order that it would in actual design: 1. Vertical design loads and lateral forces 2.

Design for vertical loads beams and columns 3. Design for lateral forces horizontal diaphragms and shearwalls 4. Connection design including the overall tying together of the vertical- and lateral-force-resisting systems The need for such an overall approach to the subject became clear from experience gained in teaching timber design at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

This text pulls together the design of the various elements into a single reference. A large number of practical design examples are provided throughout the text.

Because of their wide usage, buildings naturally form the basis of the majority of these examples. However, the principles of member design and diaphragm design have application to other structures such as concrete formwork and falsework. This book relies on practical, current industry literature as the basis for structural design.

In the writing of this text, an effort has been made to conform to the spirit and intent of the reference documents.

The interpretations are those of the authors and are intended to reflect current structural design practice. The material presented is suggested as a guide only, and final design responsibility lies with the structural engineer. Development of new seismic design requirements which are included in the edition of the Uniform Building Code These represent major changes in structural design criteria. Past performance of wood structures indicates wood to be a safe, durable and economical building material when it is used properly.

The NDS represents the latest in structural design recommendations for wood.

While the NDS does not contain as extensive of changes as the NDS see the Third Edition of this text , a number of new or improved provisions for member and connection design are introduced.

For example, more comprehensive provisions are now available for the design of notched beams and for wood-to-concrete connections. New provisions for the design of certain connection types such as wood-to-masonry connections and nailed connections in combined lateral and withdrawal loading have been added to the NDS.

In ASD allowable stresses of a material are compared to calculate working stresses resulting from service loads. Recently, the wood industry and design community completed the development of a load and resistance factor design LRFD specification for wood construction.

In LRFD, factored nominal capacities resistance are compared to the effect of factored loads. The factors are developed for both resistance and loads such that uncertainty and consequence of failure are explicitly recognized.

The UBC introduced new seismic force provisions. These new provisions are partially the result of experiences and observations following recent major earthquakes such as the Northridge Earthquake in Southern California. The UBC has also introduced new load combination for allowable stress design. Previous load combinations are still available for use, but only as an alternate to the new preferred load combinations.

Questions or comments about the text or examples may be addressed to any Preface of the authors. Direct any correspondence to: Prof. Donald E.

Pomona, CA Prof. Kenneth J. Kelly E. A special note of appreciation is given to Prof. David Pollock of Washington State University for his comprehensive review of the four connections chapters. Numerous other individuals also deserve recognition for their contributions to the previous three editions of the text, including Russell W.

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Krivchuk, William A. Baker, Thomas P. Cunningham, Jr. Tissell, Ken Walters, B. Yeh, Thomas E.Describe the connection issue. Nailed and Stapled Connections Solutions manual answers for chapter Past performance of wood structures indicates wood to be a safe, durable and economical building material when it is used properly.

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