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Adhesive Joints in Timber Engineering

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Adhesive Joints in Timber Engineering
Modeling and Testing of Fracture Properties
Erick Serrano
Lund University
Department of Mechanics and Materials
193 pages

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Wood adhesive joints play an important role in modern timber engineering In order to add value to the raw material several highly engineered woodbased products have been developed Often these involve the use of adhesive joints Typical examples of such reconstituted materials are glued laminated timber (glulam) and laminated veneer lumber(LVL). In each of these adhesive joints are used both for lengthwise splicing and for interlaminar bonding Another example of an adhesive joint application in timber engineering is that of glued in rods which allow stiff and strong beam to column connections or column foundations to be obtained.

TOC

  • Introduction and Overview
  • Introduction
  • Adhesive Joints in Timber Engineering
  • Background
  • Organization of the Thesis
  • Overview of Present Study
  • Aim Scope and Original Features
  • Strategy and Methods
  • Results and Discussion

II Appended Papers

Paper I - "Numerical investigation of the Laminating Effect in Laminated Beams" ASCE - Journal of Structural Engineering, 125(7) 740-745, 199.

Paper II - Chapters 3 and 4 from "Finger-Joints for Laminated Beams. Experimental and numerical studies of mechanical behavior".

Paper III - "Influence of Bondline Brittleness and Defects on the Strength of Timber Finger-joints". International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, 19(1) 9-17, 1999.

Paper IV - "Modeling of Finger-joint Failure in Glued-laminated Timber Beams". Submitted for publication, ASCE - Journal of Structural Engineering, 2000.

Paper V - "Glue-in Rods for Timber Structures. - A 3D Model and Finite Element Parameter Studies". Accepted for publication, International Journal of Adhesion and Adhesives, 2000.

Paper VI - "Glued-in Rods for Timber Structures. - An Experimental Study of Softening Behavior". Submitted for Publication, Materials and Structures, 2000.

Paper VII - "A Damage-plasticity Modeling Approach for Wood Adhesive Bonds".

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