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Premium Seismic performance of laminated timber frames with fiber‐reinforced joints
Author(s)
Kasal B.,
Pospisil S.,
Jirovsky I.,
Heiduschke A.,
Drdacky M.,
Haller P.
Publication year2004
Publication title
earthquake engineering and structural dynamics
Resource typeJournals
PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons
Abstract A series of dynamic experiments was performed on two‐story glue‐laminated timber frames. The tests included sinusoidal sweeps in one direction, arbitrary signals simulating earthquake loads in two directions, and harmonic free vibration at the fundamental frequency. Two experimental frames were manufactured and tested: (1) a control with horizontal laminations and no reinforcement at joint areas, and (2) a new frame design with densified material in the joint area that was further reinforced by glass‐fiber composite material. Preliminary tests of scaled and full‐size beam‐to‐column connections were performed to obtain connection characteristics needed for subsequent analytical modeling. Copyright © 2004 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
Subject(s)engineering , forensic engineering , frame (networking) , geology , mechanical engineering , structural engineering
Language(s)English
SCImago Journal Rank2.218
H-Index127
eISSN1096-9845
pISSN0098-8847
DOI10.1002/eqe.368

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