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Building Construction Methods to satisfy NZS3604:1990 joist rollover criteria, TR14 (1993)

Abbreviation
TR14
Valid from
01/10/1993

Information provider
´╗┐BRANZ Limited
Information type
Technical recommendation
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PDF

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This BRANZ Technical Recommendation details the recommended construction methods to resist joist roll-over actions.

The latest version of the New Zealand non-specific design code for light timber frame houses NZS 3604:1990 dictates that the connection between joists and bearers at each braced pile or anchor pile is required to resist a horizontal force totalling 12 kN applied parallel to the bearer at floor level. If unresisted, the horizontal forces tend to roll the joists over onto the bearer below.

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Building Construction Methods to satisfy NZS3604:1990 joist rollover criteria, TR14 (1993)

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Building Construction Methods to satisfy NZS3604:1990 joist rollover criteria, TR14 (1993)

Description

This BRANZ Technical Recommendation details the recommended construction methods to resist joist roll-over actions.

The latest version of the New Zealand non-specific design code for light timber frame houses NZS 3604:1990 dictates that the connection between joists and bearers at each braced pile or anchor pile is required to resist a horizontal force totalling 12 kN applied parallel to the bearer at floor level. If unresisted, the horizontal forces tend to roll the joists over onto the bearer below.

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Building Construction Methods to satisfy NZS3604:1990 joist rollover criteria, TR14 (1993)
Description

This BRANZ Technical Recommendation details the recommended construction methods to resist joist roll-over actions.

The latest version of the New Zealand non-specific design code for light timber frame houses NZS 3604:1990 dictates that the connection between joists and bearers at each braced pile or anchor pile is required to resist a horizontal force totalling 12 kN applied parallel to the bearer at floor level. If unresisted, the horizontal forces tend to roll the joists over onto the bearer below.

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Building Construction Methods to satisfy NZS3604:1990 joist rollover criteria, TR14 (1993)

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