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AS 1720.1-2010 Timber structures Design methods

Abbreviation
AS 1720.1-2010
Amendment
AS 1720.1-2010/Amdt 1-2010 AS 1720.1-2010/Amdt 2-2011 AS 1720.1-2010/Amdt 3-2015
Valid from
21/06/2010

Information provider
SAI Global
Author
Standards Australia
Information type
Australian Standard
Format
PDF, Hard copy


Description

This Standard provides a code of practice for the design and acceptance of timber structures and elements, and includes design methods and design data appropriate for commonly encountered structural elements and materials and requirements to be met for specification of the design, installation and maintenance of timber structures.

This Standard sets out limit state design methods for the structural use of timber, which are based on the principles of structural mechanics and on data established by research. It provides design data for sawn timber, laminated timber, timber in pole form, plywood, laminated veneer lumber and various types of fastenings. In addition, it provides methods of test for components or assemblies of unconventional design which may not be readily amenable to detailed analysis.

Scope

This Standard sets out limit state design methods for the structural use of timber, which are based on the principles of structural mechanics and on data established by research. It provides design data for sawn timber, laminated timber, timber in pole form, plywood, laminated veneer lumber and various types of fastenings. In addition, it provides methods of test for components or assemblies of unconventional design which may not be readily amenable to detailed analysis.

For ease of use, the simpler design situations are set in the main body of the text. Related appendices, which form an integral part of the Standard, give acceptable procedures for detailed design situations.

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AS 1720.1-2010 Timber structures Design methods

Description

This Standard provides a code of practice for the design and acceptance of timber structures and elements, and includes design methods and design data appropriate for commonly encountered structural elements and materials and requirements to be met for specification of the design, installation and maintenance of timber structures.

This Standard sets out limit state design methods for the structural use of timber, which are based on the principles of structural mechanics and on data established by research. It provides design data for sawn timber, laminated timber, timber in pole form, plywood, laminated veneer lumber and various types of fastenings. In addition, it provides methods of test for components or assemblies of unconventional design which may not be readily amenable to detailed analysis.

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AS 1720.1-2010 Timber structures Design methods
Description

This Standard provides a code of practice for the design and acceptance of timber structures and elements, and includes design methods and design data appropriate for commonly encountered structural elements and materials and requirements to be met for specification of the design, installation and maintenance of timber structures.

This Standard sets out limit state design methods for the structural use of timber, which are based on the principles of structural mechanics and on data established by research. It provides design data for sawn timber, laminated timber, timber in pole form, plywood, laminated veneer lumber and various types of fastenings. In addition, it provides methods of test for components or assemblies of unconventional design which may not be readily amenable to detailed analysis.

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