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BSI 1998 1 BS 5268-3:1998 Introduction For the purposes of this part of BS 5268 trussed rafters are assumed to be made from timber members of the same thickness fastened together in
Unit 48: Structural Behaviour and Detailing for Construction Jesmond Agius: Chapter 12 Page 1 Timber Beam, Joist or Lintels: Design to BS 5268: Part 2: 2002
BS 1133 SECTION 8: Wooden Boxes, Cases and Crates Guidance for manufacturers and users of wooden boxes, cases and crates for industrial applications. Contains ... BS 5268:Part 2, BS 5450, BS 6566, BS 6975, BS 7195, BS 7359, NBS PS 1-83, ...
• BS 5268 - 1991: To ensure there is no risk of lateral buckling of beams, limiting depth to breadth rations are given in clause 14.8, Table 19. Degree of lateral support Maximum D:B ratio • No lateral support • 2 • Ends held in position • 3 • Ends ...
BS 5268-6.1:1996 Structural use of timber. Code of practice for timber frame walls. Dwellings not exceeding seven storeys Superseded by EN 1995
Superseded by EN 1995 BS 5268-5:1989 Structural use of timber. Code of practice for the preservative treatment of structural timber Obsolescent
BS 5268: Section 4.2: 1990, Recommendations for calculating fire resistance of timber stud walls and joisted floor constructions This section of Part 4 of BS 5268 gives recommendations for calculating the fire resistance of
BS 5950-8:2003 Structural use of steelwork in building. Code of practice for fire resistant design . Superseded by I.S. EN 1993 . ... BS 5268-7.5:1990 Structural use of timber. Recommendations for the calculation basis for span tables. Domestic rafters .
BS 5268: Part 2: 2002: Structural use of timber – Code of practice for permissible stress design, materials and workmanship. The Richard Burbidge FUSION® Domestic Stairs- Glass Panel Infill is therefore considered to
enc los ur.H wv ,aq i db yR g t5 2 8 14 f BS 76 m h penetrate an element of building construction which is intended to be load bearing unless the ... floor and roof joists in low-rise buildings is provided in BS 5268-2: ...
balustrade passes a strength test in accordance with Section 8 of BS 5268-2. In accordance with this method the balustrade is to be loaded with an ultimate load of design load multiplied with the product of K 73 and K 85 of BS 5268-2.
Implications of harmonisation • BS 5268: Part 2 will be with drawn (permissible stress design code) along with BS5268 strength classes. • However, it is expected that BS5268 Part 2 will still
Note: Some sections of EN 1990 correspond with BS 5268-1, BS 5628-1*, BS 5950-1* and BS 8110-1 and BS 8110-2. EUROCODE 1: ACTIONS ON STRUCTURES CORRESPONDING BRITISH STANDARD BS EN 1991-1-1:2002 Actions on structures. General actions. ...
BS 5268: Part 2: 2002 Structural use of timber - Code of practice for permissible stress design, materials and workmanship AMD 9451 1 BS 5268: Part 3: 1998 Structural use of timber - Code of practice for trussed rafter roofs - 1
Structural CE 2+ BFU 100 BS 5268-2 PS 1-07. With wood patches and any one knot limited to a maximum diameter of 6mm, both sides repaired and mill oiled, this edge
BS 5268-2, Structural use of timber — Part 2: Code of practice for permissible stress design, materials and workmanship. BS 5268-5, Structural use of timber — Part 5: Code of practice for the preservative treatment of structural timber.
Page 5 of 8 Table 3 Vertical load design values to BS 5268 : 2002 LP SolidStart LVL Grade(1) Rim Board thickness (mm) Vertical uniform load capacity (kN·m–2) Vertical concentrated load capacity (kN)(3)
BS EN 1990:2002+A1:2005 Basis of structural design _ Note: Some sections of BS EN 1990 correspond with BS 5268-1, BS 5628-1, BS 5950-1, BS 8110-1, BS 8110-2, BS 8118-1 and BS 8118-2.
BS 5268 Structural use of timber Part 2 : 1996 Code of practice for permissible stress design, materials and workmanship Part 4 Fire resistance of timber structures Section 4.1 : 1978 Recommendations for calculating fire resistance of timber members
BS EN 13831:2007 Closed expansion vessels with built in diaphragm for installation in water no current standard is superseded ISBN 978 0 580 53125 5
BS 5268-4.1 : 1978 Structural use of timber — Fire resistance of timber structures — Recommendations for calculating fire resistance of timber members ASTM D 2559 : 2000 Standard Specification for Adhesives for Structural Laminated Wood Products for Use Under
1988 and BS 5268-2 : 2002, sizes 2.8 mm by 63 mm and 3.1 mm by 90 mm † standard nails — as per BS 5268-2 : 2002 † joist hangers — as specified for the project and manufactured by Cullen Ltd. All fixings to be in accordance with the
SHS technical information Page 4 of 11 Tel : 01264 811600 ♦ SARUM HARDWOOD STRUCTURES LTD ♦ Fax : 01264 810600 Table 4 Grade stresses and moduli of elasticity for hardwood strength classes for Service classes 1 and 2 (BS 5268-2)
BS 5268-2 BS 1186-1 and BS 1186-2 Exterior grade plywood BS 5268-2 BS 6566-1 to BS 6566-8 Marine plywood BS 5268-2 BS 1088 & BS 4079c Laminated timber BS 5268-2 BS 4169 a To be revised as BS 8118. b See clause 10 of BS 6180:1982.
BS 5268-2:1996 6.4.3 Nail spacing The end distances, edge distances and spacing of nails should be such as to avoid undue splitting and, unless shown by test to be satisfactory, should not
(BS 5268 approved) 89mm WARMCEL 500 9mm OSB (BS 7916 approved) 60mm Cavity Using WARMCEL 500 in this configuration meets the Robust Details ‘E-WT-4’ standard. A variety of new construction developments have been tested using approved testing bodies such as BRE,
5268-3 BS, BS 5268-6-1, BS 5268-6-2, 5268-7-1 BS, BS 5268-7-7 . To meat requirements for production of wooden elements reaching the result of maximum energy consumption of 42 kWh/m2 . Structure of development project development of passive house for line produktion:
BS 5268 Structural use of timber BS 5268-6.2: 2001 Code of practice for timber frame walls - Buildings other than dwellings not ... Draft British Standard BS EN 1011-8 - Welding - Recommendations for welding of metallic materials. Part 8 - Welding of cast irons
BS 5268-2 : 2002 Structural use of timber —Code of practice for permissible stress design, materials and workmanship BS 5268-5 : 1989 Structural use of timber —Code of practice for the preservative treatment of structural timber
– BS 5268 Structural use of timber (parts 2‐7) • Masonry – BS 5628 (CP) Use of masonry (parts 1‐3) – BS 8000‐3 Workmanship on building sites. (CP) Masonry • Aluminium – BS 8118 Structural use of aluminium (parts 1‐2) • Bridges – BSBS ...
8, of 1.04, as defined in BS 5268 : Part 2 : 1996 where four or more joists of the same cross-section are spaced a maximum of 610 mm centre to centre, and have adequate provision for the distribution of loads by means of purlins, binders, boarding, battens, etc.
Code for Timber Design:BS 5268 Part 3 2006, 18.07.2008 VERSION: 2008 SR4 TIME: 16.10 DATE: 18.07.2008 DRAWN BY: CHECKED JOB NO. Turkey T9 DRAWING NUMBER REG. C:\RCW\Job\Turkey daveT goode T9 - 6 no. 1-ply SCALE 1:25(A4) General Information:
04 www.intelligentwoodsystems.com Structural Racking IWS-FAST® Board was tested to BS EN 594 2011. Racking Strengths to BS 5268 – 6.1/6.2 Category 1 board or specific racking strength for the nailing noted as:
BS 5268-2, Structural use of timber — Part 2: Code of practice for permissible stress design, materials and workmanship. BS 5395-3:1985, Stairs, ladders and walkways — Part 3: Code of practice for the design of industrial type
accordance with BS 5268-2 : 2002 and BS 5268-6.1 : 1996, and preservative treated in accordance with BS 5268-5 : 1989. Studding and framing should be adequately supported by noggings to ensure rigidity. 7.5 The product should be fixed to preservative-
BS 5268-3 BS 5268-6.1 BS 5268-6.2 BS 5268-7.1 BS 5268-7.2 BS 5268-7.3 BS 5268-7.4 BS 5268-7.5 BS 5268-7.6 BS 5268-7.7 BS EN 1995-1-2 ... BS 1377 -8 Methods of test for soils for civil engineering purposes. Shear strength tests (effective stress).
BS 5268-2 used ‘permissible’ or ‘allowable’ stress design’ whereas EC5 uses ‘limit state design’, bringing timber design in line with other materials such as steel and concrete. Table 1: How the Standards compare Eurocode 5 BS 5268
BS 5268-3 : 2006 Structural use of timber — Code of practice for trussed rafter roofs DIN 4102-1 : 1998 Fire behaviour of building materials and building components — Building materials; concepts, requirements and tests Page 5 of 8.
BS 5268-6.1: 1996 (Incorporating Amendments No. 1 and 2): Structural use of timber – Dwellings not exceeding seven storeys BS 5268 provides recommendations for wall ties for timber framed buildings. Information is provided for the type of structure, location,
10.3 These stresses relate to specific conditions and are compatible with those assumed for solid timber given in BS 5268-2 : 1996. The modification factors K
be in accordance with BS 5268: Part 2. Fig 4.100.3 Chapter 4_LG.qxp:Chapter 4 8/9/08 15:04 Page 141. Certifire Approval No CF 420 142 The Passive Fire Protection Handbook Chapter 4: Ceilings, Floors and Roofs - Self-Supporting Ceiling Membranes
which BS 5268-2 designates the three BS 5758 grades of oak mentioned above, and tabulates the corresponding densities given in BS 5268-2 for all four grades of oak. It also gives properties for TH2 which have been scaled from the values for TH1 using the
BS 5268 specifies a general-purpose deflection limit including even domestic floors, but allows the designer to make changes to suit the application. Asbestos-cement sheeted or light timber planked ceilings require special
BS 5268 Structural use of timber Part 5 : 1989(1997) Code of practice for the preservative treatment of structural timber BS 6399 Loading for buildings Part 1 : 1996 Code of practice for dead and imposed loads BS 7916 : 1998 Code of practice for the
BS 5268-2 : 1996 Code of practice for permissible stress design, materials and workmanship BS 5268-5 : 1989(1997) Code of practice for the preservative treatment of structural timber BS 5628 Code of practice for use of masonry
Information for Specifiers 5 Section 1.3 Exchange of Information Please refer also to BS.5268-3 Section 11 Information to be provided to the Trussed Rafter Designer by the Building Designer
7.5m x 2.5m panels – 24.6 feet x 8.2 feet ... BS STANDARDS ON MATERIAL AND DESIGNS Galvanised frames BS standards BS EN ISO 1461 Steel Frame manufactured to BS 5950 Marine Non Slip deck to BS 5268-2 Also available with GRP Non slip surface
BS 5268-6.1 : 1996, and preservative treated in accordance with BS 8417 : 2003 : 1989. Studding and framing should be adequately supported by noggings to ensure rigidity. 7.5 The product should be fixed to preservative-
Joint design in accordance with BS 5268: Part 2 is ba Width/Depth modification factor for size — explanation of whe MSR grades have the same strength for all sizes. This is different from timber with a depth of 150mm. In order to be compatib e with Europe
trusses braced in accordance with BS 5268: Section 6.1:1996. The floor diaphragms for the design cases considered are constructed from I joists decked on top with 22mm chip board flooring and