By Donald Breyer, Kelly Cobeen, Kenneth Fridley, David Pollock Jr.
The major textual content and reference on wooden layout, up-to-date to incorporate the newest codes and knowledge persisted the sterling commonplace set by way of previous variations, this crucial reference leads you thru the whole layout of a wooden constitution (except for the foundation), following an analogous series utilized in the particular design/construction technique.
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The variable L denoting a span will always be shown in italics, while L and Lr denoting live loads will be shown in standard text. The minimum live loads in ASCE 7 and the IBC are, with some exceptions, intended to address only the use of the structure in its final and occupied configuration. Construction means and methods, including loading and bracing during construction, are generally not taken into account in the design of the building. This is because these loads can typically only be controlled by the contractor, not the building designer.
Design procedures for the wood components used in buildings with concrete or masonry walls are also illustrated throughout this book. The connections between wood and concrete or masonry elements are particularly important and are treated in considerable detail. This book covers the complete design of wood-frame box-type buildings from the roof level down to the foundation. In a complete building design, vertical loads and lateral forces must be considered, and the design procedures for both are covered in detail.
Chapter 16 also expands the coverage of overturning for shearwalls. 7 Structural Calculations Structural design is at least as much an art as it is a science. This book introduces a number of basic structural design principles. These are demonstrated through a large number of practical numerical examples and sample calculations. These should help the reader understand the technical side of the problem, but the application of these tools in the design of wood structures is an art that is developed with experience.
Design of Wood Structures-ASD LRFD by Donald Breyer, Kelly Cobeen, Kenneth Fridley, David Pollock Jr.