Effects of pretension in bolts on hysteretic responses of moment-carrying timber joints

@article{Awaludin2007EffectsOP,
  title={Effects of pretension in bolts on hysteretic responses of moment-carrying timber joints},
  author={Ali Awaludin and Takuro Hirai and Toshiro Hayashikawa and Yoshihisa Sasaki and Akio Oikawa},
  journal={Journal of Wood Science},
  year={2007},
  volume={54},
  pages={114-120}
}
The adoption of a concept similar to the prestressing technique used in laminated wood decks of bridge structures might increase the initial stiffness or ultimate resistance of dowel-type timber joints by applying pretension to their bolts. This study investigated the effect of pretension in bolts on hysteretic responses and ultimate properties of moment-carrying timber joints with steel side plates. A pretension of 20 kN that yielded a prestress level of 1600 kPa or about 90% of the allowable… CONTINUE READING
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