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SR30 Structural performance of conservatories (1990)

Abbreviation
SR030
Valid from
01/01/1990

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Author
C. A. Wade
Information type
Study report
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PDF

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The behaviour of most conservatories differs from that of traditional light timber frame buildings and this report investigates their structural performance by examining the ability of a typical aluminium-framed conservatory to resist in-plane racking loads, uniform face loads, impact loads and concentrated maintenance loads. Information collated from an industry survey is also presented in a summary form. The report concludes that many serviceability criteria adopted for timber frame buildings could be relaxed or removed with respect to common aluminium-framed and predominantly glazed conservatory constructions.

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The behaviour of most conservatories differs from that of traditional light timber frame buildings and this report investigates their structural performance by examining the ability of a typical aluminium-framed conservatory to resist in-plane racking loads, uniform face loads, impact loads and concentrated maintenance loads. Information collated from an industry survey is also presented in a summary form. The report concludes that many serviceability criteria adopted for timber frame buildings could be relaxed or removed with respect to common aluminium-framed and predominantly glazed conservatory constructions.

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SR30 Structural performance of conservatories (1990)
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The behaviour of most conservatories differs from that of traditional light timber frame buildings and this report investigates their structural performance by examining the ability of a typical aluminium-framed conservatory to resist in-plane racking loads, uniform face loads, impact loads and concentrated maintenance loads. Information collated from an industry survey is also presented in a summary form. The report concludes that many serviceability criteria adopted for timber frame buildings could be relaxed or removed with respect to common aluminium-framed and predominantly glazed conservatory constructions.

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