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Title: Bolted timber joints with self-tapping screws
Keywords : REI00070
CARACTERIZACIÓN MECÁNICA
MECHANICAL CHARACTERIZATION
INFRAESTRUCTURA Y GESTIÓN DEL TERRITORIO
INFRAESTRUCTURE AND LAND PLANNING
MADERA PARA LA CONSTRUCCIÓN
WOOD FOR CONSTRUCTION
TIMBER JOINTS
BRITTLE FAILURE MODE
REINFORCEMENT PERPENDICULAR - TO - GRAIN
ANALYTICAL MODEL
UNIONES DE MADERA
RUPTURA FRÁGIL
REFUERZO PERPENDICULAR A LAS FIBRAS
MODELO ANALÍTICO
Issue Date: 8-May-2014
Abstract: En este artículo se estudia el uso de tornillos autoperforantes como refuerzo para evitar rupturas frágiles en uniones de madera. Se presenta un modelo teórico para calcular la distribución de esfuerzos alrededor de un perno en una unión de madera, predecir las rupturas frágiles y evaluar el esfuerzo en los tornillos autoperforantes. Los experimentos de laboratorio con uniones de madera, con pernos de 15,9 mm de diámetro, reforzadas y no reforzadas mostraron la efectividad del modelo teórico propuesto.
Description: The use of self-tapping screws with continuous threads in the joint area as a reinforcement to avoid splitting of timber members is studied. A theoretical model is developed to calculate the stress distribution around a pin-loaded hole in a timber joint, to predict brittle failure modes in bolted connections and to calculate the load in the reinforcing screws. Laboratory experiments on reinforced and non-reinforced timber joints with 15,9-mm bolts have shown good agreement with the model predictions.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11190/590
Citation: Echavarría, C. Bolted timber joints with self-tapping screws, Revista EIA, 8, 37-47-doi: http://repository.eia.edu.co/handle/11190/590
Autorization: openAccess
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