E3S Web Conf.
Volume 135, 2019Innovative Technologies in Environmental Science and Education (ITESE-2019)
|Number of page(s)||8|
|Section||Green Architecture and Sustainable Urban Design|
|Published online||04 December 2019|
Studying the influence of the cross section height on the distribution of the internal efforts of wooden glued beams
Vladimir State University named after A. and G. Stoletovs, Gorkiy street, 87, Vladimir, 600000, Russia
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Since ancient times, wooden structures have been used by man for the construction of buildings and facilities. For many centuries, the structural elements of buildings and facilities made of wood have been the main ones, and still have broad prospects for use in modern capital construction, as they have sufficient high strength and stiffness, are reliable and durable, while having a small mounting weight. In particular, a number of Western countries are already erecting high-rise buildings using a framework of laminated wood constructions. The indisputable advantage of wooden structures is environmental friendliness. However, with all the harmony of the wood structure, its tracheid’s are not standard, which is the main reason for the variability of its mechanical properties. With alteration of a cross-section of flexural member, the nature of the load distribution, as well as the nature of the fracture, changes. An additional factor that affecting the force distribution is the nature of the reinforcement and methods of the reinforcement fixing methods. The methods used to calculate the “low” reinforced beams often give a large error in the calculation of “high” beams. In the work, a rational methodology for calculating wooden glued reinforced beams with symmetrical reinforcement is determined.
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