Abstract

This report is a summary update of original research work currently being undertaken by the University of Bath’s Department of Architecture and Civil Engineering, highlighting the need for non-metallic connection methods applicable to mainstream timber structures and suitable for on-site construction. The work examines the use of non ferrous materials to connect structural timber members and aimed to develop a metal free timber connection method for mainstream timber structures and suitable for on-site construction.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherTRADA
Number of pages11
ISBN (Print)9781900510950
Publication statusPublished - 2013

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NameTRADA Research Summary

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Timber
Civil engineering
Metals

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Walker, P. J., Harris, R., & Thomson, A. (2013). Contemporary non-metallic timber connections. (TRADA Research Summary). TRADA.

Contemporary non-metallic timber connections. / Walker, P J; Harris, R; Thomson, A.

TRADA, 2013. 11 p. (TRADA Research Summary).

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Walker, PJ, Harris, R & Thomson, A 2013, Contemporary non-metallic timber connections. TRADA Research Summary, TRADA.
Walker PJ, Harris R, Thomson A. Contemporary non-metallic timber connections. TRADA, 2013. 11 p. (TRADA Research Summary).
Walker, P J ; Harris, R ; Thomson, A. / Contemporary non-metallic timber connections. TRADA, 2013. 11 p. (TRADA Research Summary).
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