Modelling of non-metallic timber connections at elevated temperatures

Daniel Brandon, M P Ansell, R Harris, P Walker, J. Bregulla

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Abstract

Models estimating the slip modulus and the load capacity, including temperature dependent effects, of non-metallic timber connections are presented. Previous studies, including the work of Thomson, have shown that 'Glass Fibre Reinforced Polymer' (GFRP) rods are suitable connectors for timber and that 'Densified Veneer Wood' (DVW) functions effectively as a flitch plate material. Thomson's model predicting the slip modulus of the connection with GFRP rods and DVW plates is revised in this paper. The revised model is used to predict the slip modulus and the failure load at room temperature and elevated temperatures. The latter is achieved by predicting local temperatures in the connection and taking corresponding reduced material properties into account.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationMaterials and Joints in Timber Structures
Subtitle of host publicationRecent Developments of Technology
EditorsSimon Aicher, H W Reinhardt, Harald Garrecht
PublisherSpringer
Pages231-241
ISBN (Electronic)9789400778115
ISBN (Print)9789400778108
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014

Publication series

NameRILEM Bookseries
PublisherSpringer
Volume9
ISSN (Print)2211-0844

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Timber
Veneers
Glass fibers
Wood
Temperature
Polymers
Materials properties

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Brandon, D., Ansell, M. P., Harris, R., Walker, P., & Bregulla, J. (2014). Modelling of non-metallic timber connections at elevated temperatures. In S. Aicher, H. W. Reinhardt, & H. Garrecht (Eds.), Materials and Joints in Timber Structures: Recent Developments of Technology (pp. 231-241). (RILEM Bookseries; Vol. 9). Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-7811-5_22

Modelling of non-metallic timber connections at elevated temperatures. / Brandon, Daniel; Ansell, M P; Harris, R; Walker, P; Bregulla, J.

Materials and Joints in Timber Structures: Recent Developments of Technology. ed. / Simon Aicher; H W Reinhardt; Harald Garrecht. Springer, 2014. p. 231-241 (RILEM Bookseries; Vol. 9).

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Brandon, D, Ansell, MP, Harris, R, Walker, P & Bregulla, J 2014, Modelling of non-metallic timber connections at elevated temperatures. in S Aicher, HW Reinhardt & H Garrecht (eds), Materials and Joints in Timber Structures: Recent Developments of Technology. RILEM Bookseries, vol. 9, Springer, pp. 231-241. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-7811-5_22
Brandon D, Ansell MP, Harris R, Walker P, Bregulla J. Modelling of non-metallic timber connections at elevated temperatures. In Aicher S, Reinhardt HW, Garrecht H, editors, Materials and Joints in Timber Structures: Recent Developments of Technology. Springer. 2014. p. 231-241. (RILEM Bookseries). https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-007-7811-5_22
Brandon, Daniel ; Ansell, M P ; Harris, R ; Walker, P ; Bregulla, J. / Modelling of non-metallic timber connections at elevated temperatures. Materials and Joints in Timber Structures: Recent Developments of Technology. editor / Simon Aicher ; H W Reinhardt ; Harald Garrecht. Springer, 2014. pp. 231-241 (RILEM Bookseries).
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