Grouping and Selection of Species for Structural Utilization

Grouping and Selection of Species for Structural Utilization

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The use of strength grouping overcomes many of the practical problems encountered by producers, designers and building regulatory authorities in the structural utilization of timber. This is particularly true where it is intended to utilize multiple species, lesser known species or mixtures of species. Grouping methods are also useful with respect to international trade and the transfer of design technology between countries. This paper discusses various aspects of strength grouping. It also contains some comment on the selection and marketing of timber for structural purposes.of them lead to timber with the same structural reliability for each classification regardless of the methods used for the ... For example, in Australia the SAA Timber Framing Code, AS 1684 (Standards Association of Australia 1979a), through aanbsp;...

Title:Grouping and Selection of Species for Structural Utilization
Author: Robert Hocquard Leicester
Publisher: - 1981

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