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Design of wood structures - ASD/LRFD / by Donald E. Breyer, Kenneth J. Fridley, David Pollock, Kelly Cobeen.

By: Breyer, Donald E.
Contributor(s): Cobeen, Kelly E | Pollock, David Garnet, 1959 | Fridley, Kenneth J, 1963.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: New York : McGraw Hill, ©2015Edition: 7th ed.Description: XXX, 976 p. : il. ; 28 cm.ISBN: 9780071745604 (hbk.); 0071745602 (hbk.).Subject(s): MADERA | CONSTRUCCIONES EN MADERA -- DISEÑODDC classification: 624.184
Contents:
Preface xi Nomenclature xv Abbreviations xviii Chapter 1 Wood Buildings and Design Criteria 1 (14) 1.1 Introduction 1 (1) 1.2 Types of Buildings 2 (2) 1.3 Required and Recommended References 4 (3) 1.4 Building Codes and Design Criteria 7 (1) 1.5 ASD and LRFD 8 (1) 1.6 Organization of the Text 9 (1) 1.7 Structural Calculations 9 (2) 1.8 Detailing Conventions 11 (1) 1.9 Fire-Resistive Requirements 12 (1) 1.10 Industry Organizations 13 (1) 1.11 References 13 (2) Chapter 2 Design Loads 15 (92) 2.1 Introduction 15 (2) 2.2 Dead Loads 17 (4) 2.3 Live Loads 21 (7) 2.4 Snow Loads 28 (7) 2.5 Soil Loads and Hydrostatic Pressure 35 (1) 2.6 Loads due to Fluids 35 (1) 2.7 Rain Loads 35 (1) 2.8 Flood Loads 36 (1) 2.9 Self-Straining Loads 36 (1) 2.10 Wind Loads-Introduction 37 (5) 2.11 Wind Forces-Main Wind Force Resisting System 42 (10) 2.12 Wind Forces-Components and Cladding 52 (5) 2.13 Seismic Forces-Introduction 57 (5) 2.14 Seismic Forces 62 (14) 2.15 Seismic Forces-Primary System 76 (7) 2.16 Seismic Forces-Wall Components 83 (5) 2.17 Load Combinations 88 (5) 2.18 Serviceability/Deflection Criteria 93 (5) 2.19 References 98 (1) 2.20 Problems 99 (8) Chapter 3 Behavior of Structures under Loads and Forces 107 (60) 3.1 Introduction 107 (1) 3.2 Structures Subject to Vertical Loads 107 (4) 3.3 Structures Subject to Lateral Forces 111 (7) 3.4 Lateral Forces in Buildings with Diaphragms and Shearwalls 118 (6) 3.5 Design Problem: Lateral Forces on One-Story Building 124 (15) 3.6 Design Problem: Lateral Forces on Two-Story Building 139 (20) 3.7 References 159 (1) 3.8 Problems 159 (8) Chapter 4 Properties of Wood and Lumber Grades 167 (68) 4.1 Introduction 167 (1) 4.2 Design Specification 168 (2) 4.3 Methods of Grading Structural Lumber 170 (2) 4.4 In-Grade versus Clear Wood Design Values 172 (2) 4.5 Species and Species Groups 174 (1) 4.6 Cellular Makeup 175 (3) 4.7 Moisture Content and Shrinkage 178 (8) 4.8 Effect of Moisture Content on Lumber Sizes 186 (1) 4.9 Durability of Wood and the Need for Pressure Treatment 186 (3) 4.10 Growth Characteristics of Wood 189 (3) 4.11 Sizes of Structural Lumber 192 (3) 4.12 Size Categories and Commercial Grades 195 (4) 4.13 General Notation 199 (6) 4.14 Wet Service Factor CM 205 (1) 4.15 Load Duration Factor CD (ASD Only) 206 (4) 4.16 Time Effect Factor &lalmbda; (LRFD Only) 210 (1) 4.17 Size Factor CF 211 (1) 4.18 Repetitive Member Factor Cr 212 (1) 4.19 Flat Use Factor Cfu 213 (1) 4.20 Temperature Factor Ct 213 (1) 4.21 Incising Factor Ci 214 (1) 4.22 Resistance Factor φ (LRFD Only) 214 (1) 4.23 Format Conversion Factor KF (LRFD Only) 215 (1) 4.24 Design Problem: Adjusted Design Values 216 (10) 4.25 Future Directions in Wood Design 226 (1) 4.26 References 227 (1) 4.27 Problems 228 (7) Chapter 5 Structural Glued Laminated Timber 235 (26) 5.1 Introduction 235 (1) 5.2 Sizes of Glulam Members 235 (3) 5.3 Resawn Glulam 238 (1) 5.4 Fabrication of Glulams 239 (6) 5.5 Grades of Glulam Members 245 (5) 5.6 Adjustment Factors for Glulam 250 (3) 5.7 Design Problem: Adjusted Design Values 253 (4) 5.8 References 257 (1) 5.9 Problems 258 (3) Chapter 6 Beam Design 261 (106) 6.1 Introduction 261 (1) 6.2 Bending 262 (12) 6.3 Lateral Stability 274 (9) 6.4 Adjusted Bending Design Value Summary 283 (6) 6.5 Shear 289 (7) 6.6 Deflection 296 (2) 6.7 Design Summary 298 (2) 6.8 Bearing at Supports 300 (7) 6.9 Design Problem: Sawn Beam 307 (7) 6.10 Design Problem: Rough-Sawn Beam Using ASD 314 (2) 6.11 Design Problem: Notched Beam 316 (2) 6.12 Design Problem: Sawn-Beam Analysis 318 (4) 6.13 Design Problem: Glulam Beam with Full Lateral Support 322 (6) 6.14 Design Problem: Glulam Beam with Lateral Support at 8 ft-0 in 328 (4) 6.15 Design Problem: Glulam Beam with Lateral Support at 48 ft-0 in 332 (3) 6.16 Design Problem: Glulam with Compression Zone Stressed in Tension 335 (4) 6.17 Cantilever Beam Systems 339 (4) 6.18 Lumber Roof and Floor Decking 343 (2) 6.19 Fabricated Wood Components 345 (9) 6.20 References 354 (1) 6.21 Problems 355 (12) Chapter 7 Axial Forces and Combined Bending and Axial Forces 367 (96) 7.1 Introduction 367 (1) 7.2 Axial Tension Members 368 (5) 7.3 Design Problem: Tension Member 373 (4) 7.4 Columns 377 (8) 7.5 Detailed Analysis of Slenderness Ratio 385 (6) 7.6 Design Problem: Axially Loaded Column 391 (5) 7.7 Design Problem: Capacity of a Glulam Column 396 (6) 7.8 Design Problem: Capacity of a Bearing Wall 402 (2) 7.9 Built-Up Columns 404 (4) 7.10 Combined Bending and Tension 408 (5) 7.11 Design Problem: Combined Bending and Tension 413 (5) 7.12 Combined Bending and Compression 418 (7) 7.13 Design Problem: Beam-Column 425 (5) 7.14 Design Problem: Beam-Column Action in a Stud Wall Using LRFD 430 (9) 7.15 Design Problem: Glulam Beam-Column Using ASD 439 (7) 7.16 Design for Minimum Eccentricity 446 (1) 7.17 Design Problem: Column with Eccentric Load Using ASD 447 (6) 7.18 References 453 (1) 7.19 Problems 454 (9) Chapter 8 Wood Structural Panels 463 (50) 8.1 Introduction 463 (2) 8.2 Panel Dimensions and Installation Recommendations 465 (2) 8.3 Plywood Makeup 467 (3) 8.4 Species Groups for Plywood 470 (3) 8.5 Veneer Grades 473 (2) 8.6 Exposure Durability Classifications 475 (1) 8.7 Plywood Grades 476 (3) 8.8 Other Wood Structural Panels 479 (3) 8.9 Roof Sheathing 482 (3) 8.10 Design Problem: Roof Sheathing 485 (4) 8.11 Floor Sheathing 489 (3) 8.12 Design Problem: Floor Sheathing 492 (2) 8.13 Wall Sheathing and Siding 494 (4) 8.14 Stress Calculations for Wood Structural Panels 498 (10) 8.15 References 508 (1) 8.16 Problems 509 (4) Chapter 9 Diaphragms 513 (60) 9.1 Introduction 513 (1) 9.2 Basic Diaphragm Action 514 (5) 9.3 Shear Resistance 519 (8) 9.4 Diaphragm Chords 527 (5) 9.5 Design Problem: Roof Diaphragm 532 (8) 9.6 Distribution of Lateral Forces in a Shearwall 540 (4) 9.7 Collector (Strut) Forces 544 (5) 9.8 Diaphragm Deflections 549 (5) 9.9 Diaphragms with Interior Shearwalls 554 (5) 9.10 Interior Shearwalls with Collectors 559 (4) 9.11 Diaphragm Flexibility 563 (3) 9.12 References 566 (1) 9.13 Problems 566 (7) Chapter 10 Shearwalls 573 (54) 10.1 Introduction 573 (1) 10.2 Basic Shearwall Action 574 (1) 10.3 Shearwalls Using Wood Structural Panels 575 (6) 10.4 Other Sheathing Materials 581 (2) 10.5 Shearwall Chord Members 583 (2) 10.6 Design Problem: Shearwall 585 (9) 10.7 Alternate Shearwall Design Methods 594 (11) 10.8 Anchorage Considerations 605 (1) 10.9 Vertical (Gravity) Loads 606 (1) 10.10 Lateral Forces Parallel to a Wall 607 (4) 10.11 Shearwall Deflection 611 (5) 10.12 Lateral Forces Perpendicular to a Wall 616 (2) 10.13 References 618 (1) 10.14 Problems 619 (8) Chapter 11 Wood Connections-Background 627 (28) 11.1 Introduction 627 (1) 11.2 Types of Fasteners and Connections 627 (7) 11.3 Yield Model for Laterally Loaded Fasteners 634 (1) 11.4 Factors Affecting Strength in Yield Model 635 (4) 11.5 Dowel Bearing Strength 639 (4) 11.6 Plastic Hinge in Fastener 643 (4) 11.7 Yield Limit Mechanisms 647 (5) 11.8 References 652 (1) 11.9 Problems 652 (3) Chapter 12 Nailed and Stapled Connections 655 (72) 12.1 Introduction 655 (1) 12.2 Types of Nails 656 (3) 12.3 Power-Driven Nails and Staples 659 (2) 12.4 Yield Limit Equations for Nails 661 (7) 12.5 Applications of Yield Limit Equations 668 (8) 12.6 Adjustment Factors for Laterally Loaded Nails 676 (7) 12.7 Design Problem: Nail Connection for Knee Brace 683 (5) 12.8 Design Problem: Top Plate Splice 688 (8) 12.9 Design Problem: Shearwall Chord Tie 696 (4) 12.10 Design Problem: Laterally Loaded Toenail 700 (4) 12.11 Design Problem: Laterally Loaded Connection in End Grain 704 (2) 12.12 Nail Withdrawal Connections 706 (7) 12.13 Combined Lateral and Withdrawal Loads 713 (1) 12.14 Spacing Requirements 714 (4) 12.15 Nailing Schedule 718 (1) 12.16 References 718 (1) 12.17 Problems 718 (9) Chapter 13 Bolts, Lag Bolts, and Other Connectors 727 (94) 13.1 Introduction 727 (1) 13.2 Bolt Connections 728 (3) 13.3 Bolt Yield Limit Equations for Single Shear 731 (9) 13.4 Bolt Yield Limit Equations for Double Shear 740 (4) 13.5 Adjustment Factors for Bolts 744 (12) 13.6 Tension and Shear Stresses at a Multiple Fastener Connection 756 (4) 13.7 Design Problem: Multiple-Bolt Tension Connection 760 (6) 13.8 Design Problem: Bolted Chord Splice for Diaphragm 766 (7) 13.9 Shear Stresses in a Beam at a Connection 773 (2) 13.10 Design Problem: Bolt Connection for Diagonal Brace 775 (6) 13.11 Lag Bolt Connections 781 (4) 13.12 Yield Limit Equations for Lag Bolts 785 (3) 13.13 Adjustment Factors for Lag Bolts in Shear Connections 788 (5) 13.14 Design Problem: Collector (Strut) Splice with Lag Bolts 793 (6) 13.15 Lag Bolts in Withdrawal 799 (3) 13.16 Combined Lateral and Withdrawal Loads 802 (1) 13.17 Split Ring and Shear Plate Connectors 803 (6) 13.18 References 809 (1) 13.19 Problems 809 (12) Chapter 14 Connection Details and Hardware 821 (34) 14.1 Introduction 821 (1) 14.2 Connection Details 821 (18) 14.3 Design Problem: Beam-to-Column Connection 839 (9) 14.4 Cantilever Beam Hinge Connection 848 (2) 14.5 Prefabricated Connection Hardware 850 (3) 14.6 References 853 (2) Chapter 15 Diaphragm-to-Shearwall Anchorage 855 (46) 15.1 Introduction 855 (1) 15.2 Anchorage Summary 855 (5) 15.3 Connection Details-Diaphragm to Wood-Frame Wall 860 (9) 15.4 Connection Details-Diaphragm to Concrete or Masonry Walls 869 (16) 15.5 Subdiaphragm Anchorage of Concrete and Masonry Walls 885 (6) 15.6 Design Problem: Subdiaphragm 891 (8) 15.7 References 899 (2) Chapter 16 Advanced Topics in Lateral Force Design 901 (44) 16.1 Introduction 901 (1) 16.2 Seismic Forces-Regular Structures 901 (2) 16.3 Seismic Forces-Irregular Structures 903 (11) 16.4 Overturning-Background 914 (1) 16.5 Overturning-Review 914 (5) 16.6 Overturning-Wind 919 (4) 16.7 Overturning-Seismic 923 (6) 16.8 Lateral Analysis of Nonrectangular Buildings 929 (5) 16.9 Rigid Diaphragm Analysis 934 (10) 16.10 Additional Topics in Diaphragm Design 944 (1) 16.11 References 944 (1) Appendix A. Equivalent Uniform Weights of Wood Framing 945 (2) Appendix B. Weights of Building Materials 947 (4) Appendix C. SI Units 951 (4) Index 955
Summary: Minuciosamente revisado para incorporar los últimos códigos y normas, la séptima edición de este recurso integral que lleva a través del diseño completo de una estructura de madera siguiendo la misma secuencia de los materiales y elementos utilizados en el diseño actual. Ecuaciones detalladas, ilustraciones claras y ejemplos prácticos de diseño se presentan a lo largo del texto.
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Preface xi
Nomenclature xv
Abbreviations xviii
Chapter 1 Wood Buildings and Design Criteria 1 (14)
1.1 Introduction
1 (1)
1.2 Types of Buildings
2 (2)
1.3 Required and Recommended References
4 (3)
1.4 Building Codes and Design Criteria
7 (1)
1.5 ASD and LRFD
8 (1)
1.6 Organization of the Text
9 (1)
1.7 Structural Calculations
9 (2)
1.8 Detailing Conventions
11 (1)
1.9 Fire-Resistive Requirements
12 (1)
1.10 Industry Organizations
13 (1)
1.11 References
13 (2)
Chapter 2 Design Loads 15 (92)
2.1 Introduction
15 (2)
2.2 Dead Loads
17 (4)
2.3 Live Loads
21 (7)
2.4 Snow Loads
28 (7)
2.5 Soil Loads and Hydrostatic Pressure
35 (1)
2.6 Loads due to Fluids
35 (1)
2.7 Rain Loads
35 (1)
2.8 Flood Loads
36 (1)
2.9 Self-Straining Loads
36 (1)
2.10 Wind Loads-Introduction
37 (5)
2.11 Wind Forces-Main Wind Force Resisting System
42 (10)
2.12 Wind Forces-Components and Cladding
52 (5)
2.13 Seismic Forces-Introduction
57 (5)
2.14 Seismic Forces
62 (14)
2.15 Seismic Forces-Primary System
76 (7)
2.16 Seismic Forces-Wall Components
83 (5)
2.17 Load Combinations
88 (5)
2.18 Serviceability/Deflection Criteria
93 (5)
2.19 References
98 (1)
2.20 Problems
99 (8)
Chapter 3 Behavior of Structures under Loads and Forces 107 (60)
3.1 Introduction
107 (1)
3.2 Structures Subject to Vertical Loads
107 (4)
3.3 Structures Subject to Lateral Forces
111 (7)
3.4 Lateral Forces in Buildings with Diaphragms and Shearwalls
118 (6)
3.5 Design Problem: Lateral Forces on One-Story Building
124 (15)
3.6 Design Problem: Lateral Forces on Two-Story Building
139 (20)
3.7 References
159 (1)
3.8 Problems
159 (8)
Chapter 4 Properties of Wood and Lumber Grades 167 (68)
4.1 Introduction
167 (1)
4.2 Design Specification
168 (2)
4.3 Methods of Grading Structural Lumber
170 (2)
4.4 In-Grade versus Clear Wood Design Values
172 (2)
4.5 Species and Species Groups
174 (1)
4.6 Cellular Makeup
175 (3)
4.7 Moisture Content and Shrinkage
178 (8)
4.8 Effect of Moisture Content on Lumber Sizes
186 (1)
4.9 Durability of Wood and the Need for Pressure Treatment
186 (3)
4.10 Growth Characteristics of Wood
189 (3)
4.11 Sizes of Structural Lumber
192 (3)
4.12 Size Categories and Commercial Grades
195 (4)
4.13 General Notation
199 (6)
4.14 Wet Service Factor CM
205 (1)
4.15 Load Duration Factor CD (ASD Only)
206 (4)
4.16 Time Effect Factor &lalmbda; (LRFD Only)
210 (1)
4.17 Size Factor CF
211 (1)
4.18 Repetitive Member Factor Cr
212 (1)
4.19 Flat Use Factor Cfu
213 (1)
4.20 Temperature Factor Ct
213 (1)
4.21 Incising Factor Ci
214 (1)
4.22 Resistance Factor φ (LRFD Only)
214 (1)
4.23 Format Conversion Factor KF (LRFD Only)
215 (1)
4.24 Design Problem: Adjusted Design Values
216 (10)
4.25 Future Directions in Wood Design
226 (1)
4.26 References
227 (1)
4.27 Problems
228 (7)
Chapter 5 Structural Glued Laminated Timber 235 (26)
5.1 Introduction
235 (1)
5.2 Sizes of Glulam Members
235 (3)
5.3 Resawn Glulam
238 (1)
5.4 Fabrication of Glulams
239 (6)
5.5 Grades of Glulam Members
245 (5)
5.6 Adjustment Factors for Glulam
250 (3)
5.7 Design Problem: Adjusted Design Values
253 (4)
5.8 References
257 (1)
5.9 Problems
258 (3)
Chapter 6 Beam Design 261 (106)
6.1 Introduction
261 (1)
6.2 Bending
262 (12)
6.3 Lateral Stability
274 (9)
6.4 Adjusted Bending Design Value Summary
283 (6)
6.5 Shear
289 (7)
6.6 Deflection
296 (2)
6.7 Design Summary
298 (2)
6.8 Bearing at Supports
300 (7)
6.9 Design Problem: Sawn Beam
307 (7)
6.10 Design Problem: Rough-Sawn Beam Using ASD
314 (2)
6.11 Design Problem: Notched Beam
316 (2)
6.12 Design Problem: Sawn-Beam Analysis
318 (4)
6.13 Design Problem: Glulam Beam with Full Lateral Support
322 (6)
6.14 Design Problem: Glulam Beam with Lateral Support at 8 ft-0 in
328 (4)
6.15 Design Problem: Glulam Beam with Lateral Support at 48 ft-0 in
332 (3)
6.16 Design Problem: Glulam with Compression Zone Stressed in Tension
335 (4)
6.17 Cantilever Beam Systems
339 (4)
6.18 Lumber Roof and Floor Decking
343 (2)
6.19 Fabricated Wood Components
345 (9)
6.20 References
354 (1)
6.21 Problems
355 (12)
Chapter 7 Axial Forces and Combined Bending and Axial Forces 367 (96)
7.1 Introduction
367 (1)
7.2 Axial Tension Members
368 (5)
7.3 Design Problem: Tension Member
373 (4)
7.4 Columns
377 (8)
7.5 Detailed Analysis of Slenderness Ratio
385 (6)
7.6 Design Problem: Axially Loaded Column
391 (5)
7.7 Design Problem: Capacity of a Glulam Column
396 (6)
7.8 Design Problem: Capacity of a Bearing Wall
402 (2)
7.9 Built-Up Columns
404 (4)
7.10 Combined Bending and Tension
408 (5)
7.11 Design Problem: Combined Bending and Tension
413 (5)
7.12 Combined Bending and Compression
418 (7)
7.13 Design Problem: Beam-Column
425 (5)
7.14 Design Problem: Beam-Column Action in a Stud Wall Using LRFD
430 (9)
7.15 Design Problem: Glulam Beam-Column Using ASD
439 (7)
7.16 Design for Minimum Eccentricity
446 (1)
7.17 Design Problem: Column with Eccentric Load Using ASD
447 (6)
7.18 References
453 (1)
7.19 Problems
454 (9)
Chapter 8 Wood Structural Panels 463 (50)
8.1 Introduction
463 (2)
8.2 Panel Dimensions and Installation Recommendations
465 (2)
8.3 Plywood Makeup
467 (3)
8.4 Species Groups for Plywood
470 (3)
8.5 Veneer Grades
473 (2)
8.6 Exposure Durability Classifications
475 (1)
8.7 Plywood Grades
476 (3)
8.8 Other Wood Structural Panels
479 (3)
8.9 Roof Sheathing
482 (3)
8.10 Design Problem: Roof Sheathing
485 (4)
8.11 Floor Sheathing
489 (3)
8.12 Design Problem: Floor Sheathing
492 (2)
8.13 Wall Sheathing and Siding
494 (4)
8.14 Stress Calculations for Wood Structural Panels
498 (10)
8.15 References
508 (1)
8.16 Problems
509 (4)
Chapter 9 Diaphragms 513 (60)
9.1 Introduction
513 (1)
9.2 Basic Diaphragm Action
514 (5)
9.3 Shear Resistance
519 (8)
9.4 Diaphragm Chords
527 (5)
9.5 Design Problem: Roof Diaphragm
532 (8)
9.6 Distribution of Lateral Forces in a Shearwall
540 (4)
9.7 Collector (Strut) Forces
544 (5)
9.8 Diaphragm Deflections
549 (5)
9.9 Diaphragms with Interior Shearwalls
554 (5)
9.10 Interior Shearwalls with Collectors
559 (4)
9.11 Diaphragm Flexibility
563 (3)
9.12 References
566 (1)
9.13 Problems
566 (7)
Chapter 10 Shearwalls 573 (54)
10.1 Introduction
573 (1)
10.2 Basic Shearwall Action
574 (1)
10.3 Shearwalls Using Wood Structural Panels
575 (6)
10.4 Other Sheathing Materials
581 (2)
10.5 Shearwall Chord Members
583 (2)
10.6 Design Problem: Shearwall
585 (9)
10.7 Alternate Shearwall Design Methods
594 (11)
10.8 Anchorage Considerations
605 (1)
10.9 Vertical (Gravity) Loads
606 (1)
10.10 Lateral Forces Parallel to a Wall
607 (4)
10.11 Shearwall Deflection
611 (5)
10.12 Lateral Forces Perpendicular to a Wall
616 (2)
10.13 References
618 (1)
10.14 Problems
619 (8)
Chapter 11 Wood Connections-Background 627 (28)
11.1 Introduction
627 (1)
11.2 Types of Fasteners and Connections
627 (7)
11.3 Yield Model for Laterally Loaded Fasteners
634 (1)
11.4 Factors Affecting Strength in Yield Model
635 (4)
11.5 Dowel Bearing Strength
639 (4)
11.6 Plastic Hinge in Fastener
643 (4)
11.7 Yield Limit Mechanisms
647 (5)
11.8 References
652 (1)
11.9 Problems
652 (3)
Chapter 12 Nailed and Stapled Connections 655 (72)
12.1 Introduction
655 (1)
12.2 Types of Nails
656 (3)
12.3 Power-Driven Nails and Staples
659 (2)
12.4 Yield Limit Equations for Nails
661 (7)
12.5 Applications of Yield Limit Equations
668 (8)
12.6 Adjustment Factors for Laterally Loaded Nails
676 (7)
12.7 Design Problem: Nail Connection for Knee Brace
683 (5)
12.8 Design Problem: Top Plate Splice
688 (8)
12.9 Design Problem: Shearwall Chord Tie
696 (4)
12.10 Design Problem: Laterally Loaded Toenail
700 (4)
12.11 Design Problem: Laterally Loaded Connection in End Grain
704 (2)
12.12 Nail Withdrawal Connections
706 (7)
12.13 Combined Lateral and Withdrawal Loads
713 (1)
12.14 Spacing Requirements
714 (4)
12.15 Nailing Schedule
718 (1)
12.16 References
718 (1)
12.17 Problems
718 (9)
Chapter 13 Bolts, Lag Bolts, and Other Connectors 727 (94)
13.1 Introduction
727 (1)
13.2 Bolt Connections
728 (3)
13.3 Bolt Yield Limit Equations for Single Shear
731 (9)
13.4 Bolt Yield Limit Equations for Double Shear
740 (4)
13.5 Adjustment Factors for Bolts
744 (12)
13.6 Tension and Shear Stresses at a Multiple Fastener Connection
756 (4)
13.7 Design Problem: Multiple-Bolt Tension Connection
760 (6)
13.8 Design Problem: Bolted Chord Splice for Diaphragm
766 (7)
13.9 Shear Stresses in a Beam at a Connection
773 (2)
13.10 Design Problem: Bolt Connection for Diagonal Brace
775 (6)
13.11 Lag Bolt Connections
781 (4)
13.12 Yield Limit Equations for Lag Bolts
785 (3)
13.13 Adjustment Factors for Lag Bolts in Shear Connections
788 (5)
13.14 Design Problem: Collector (Strut) Splice with Lag Bolts
793 (6)
13.15 Lag Bolts in Withdrawal
799 (3)
13.16 Combined Lateral and Withdrawal Loads
802 (1)
13.17 Split Ring and Shear Plate Connectors
803 (6)
13.18 References
809 (1)
13.19 Problems
809 (12)
Chapter 14 Connection Details and Hardware 821 (34)
14.1 Introduction
821 (1)
14.2 Connection Details
821 (18)
14.3 Design Problem: Beam-to-Column Connection
839 (9)
14.4 Cantilever Beam Hinge Connection
848 (2)
14.5 Prefabricated Connection Hardware
850 (3)
14.6 References
853 (2)
Chapter 15 Diaphragm-to-Shearwall Anchorage 855 (46)
15.1 Introduction
855 (1)
15.2 Anchorage Summary
855 (5)
15.3 Connection Details-Diaphragm to Wood-Frame Wall
860 (9)
15.4 Connection Details-Diaphragm to Concrete or Masonry Walls
869 (16)
15.5 Subdiaphragm Anchorage of Concrete and Masonry Walls
885 (6)
15.6 Design Problem: Subdiaphragm
891 (8)
15.7 References
899 (2)
Chapter 16 Advanced Topics in Lateral Force Design 901 (44)
16.1 Introduction
901 (1)
16.2 Seismic Forces-Regular Structures
901 (2)
16.3 Seismic Forces-Irregular Structures
903 (11)
16.4 Overturning-Background
914 (1)
16.5 Overturning-Review
914 (5)
16.6 Overturning-Wind
919 (4)
16.7 Overturning-Seismic
923 (6)
16.8 Lateral Analysis of Nonrectangular Buildings
929 (5)
16.9 Rigid Diaphragm Analysis
934 (10)
16.10 Additional Topics in Diaphragm Design
944 (1)
16.11 References
944 (1)
Appendix A. Equivalent Uniform Weights of Wood Framing 945 (2)
Appendix B. Weights of Building Materials 947 (4)
Appendix C. SI Units 951 (4)
Index 955

Minuciosamente revisado para incorporar los últimos códigos y normas, la séptima edición de este recurso integral que lleva a través del diseño completo de una estructura de madera siguiendo la misma secuencia de los materiales y elementos utilizados en el diseño actual. Ecuaciones detalladas, ilustraciones claras y ejemplos prácticos de diseño se presentan a lo largo del texto.

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