Table of contents for Structural wood design : a practice-oriented approach using the ASD method / by Abi Aghayere, Jason Vigil.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface
Chapter 1 ? Introduction, Wood Properties, Species and Grades
* Introduction
* The Project Approach
* Typical Structural Components of Wood Buildings
* Typical Structural Systems in Wood Buildings
* Roof Framing layouts
* Floor Framing Layouts
* Wall Framing Layouts
* Wood Structural Properties 
* Tree Cross-section
* Advantages and Disadvantages of Wood as a Structural Material
* Factors Affecting Wood Strength
* Species and Species Group
* Moisture Content
* Seasoning of Lumber
* Duration of Loading
* Size Classifications of Sawn Lumber
* Nominal Dimensions and Actual Size of Sawn Lumber
* Wood Defects
* Orientation of Wood Grain
* Ambient Temperature
* Lumber Grading
* Types of Grading
* Visual Grading
* Machine Stress Rating (MSR) and Machine Evaluated Lumber (MEL)
* Stress Grades
* Grade Stamps
* Shrinkage of Wood
	Example 1-1: Shrinkage in Wood Members
* Density of wood
* Units of Measurement 
* Building Codes
* NDS Code and NDS Supplement (NDS-S)
* References
* Problems
Chapter 2 ? Introduction to Structural Design Loads 
* Design Loads
* Load Combinations
* Dead loads
* Combined Dead and Live Loads on Sloped Roofs
	Example 2-1: Design loads for sloped roofs
* Combined Dead and Live Loads on Stair Stringers
	Example 2-2: Design loads for stair stringers
* Tributary Widths and Tributary Areas
	Example 2-3: Calculation of tributary widths and areas
* Live Loads
* Roof Live Load
	Example 2-4: Roof load calculations
* Snow Load
	Example 2-5: Roof snow load calculation
* Snow Drift and Sliding Snow Loads
* Floor Live Loads
* Floor Live Load Reduction
	Example 2-6: Column load calculation
* Deflection Criteria
* Lateral Loads
* Wind Loads
* Wind Load Calculation Procedures
* Simplified Wind Load Calculation Method
	Example 2-7: Simplified wind load calculation for main wind force resisting 	system (MWFRS)
* Seismic Loads
	Example 2-8: Seismic load calculation
* References
* Problems
Chapter 3 - Allowable Stress Design Method for Sawn Lumber and Glued Laminated Timber (GLULAM)
* Allowable stress Design (ASD) Method
* NDS Tabulated Design Stresses
* Stress Adjustment or ?C? Factors 
	Example 3-1: Determination of the load duration factors in load combinations
* Procedure for Calculating Allowable Stresses
* Modulus of Elasticity for Sawn Lumber
* Glued Laminated Timber (Glulam)
* End Joints in Glulam
* Grades of Glulam
* Wood Species Used in Glulam
* Stress Class System
* NDS Supplement Tables 5A, 5A-Exapanded, and 5B
* Allowable Stress Calculation Examples 
	Example 3-2: Allowable stresses in sawn lumber ? dimension lumber
	Example 3-3: Allowable stresses in sawn lumber ? timbers
	Example 3-4: Allowable stresses in Glulam	
* Load Combinations and Governing Load Duration Factor
* Normalized Load Method
	Example 3-5: Determination of the governing load combination ? roof beams
	Example 3-6: Determination of the governing load combination ? columns
* References
* Problems
Chapter 4 - Design and Analysis of Beams and Girders
* Design of Joists, Beams and Girders
* Definition of Beam Span
* Layout of Joists, Beams and Girders
* Design Procedure for Joists, Beams and Girders
	Example 4-1: Design of joists, beams and girders
* Analysis of Joists, Beams and Girders
	Example 4-2: Analysis of a wood beam
* More Design Examples
	Example 4-3: Design of a Glulam girder
	Example 4-4: Design of stair treads and stringers
* Continuous Beams and Girders
* Beams and Girders with Overhangs or Cantilever
* Sawn Lumber Decking
Example 4-5: Design of sawn lumber decking
* Miscellaneous Stresses in Wood Members
* Shear Stress in Notched Beams
* Bearing Stress Parallel to Grain of a Wood Member
* Bearing Stress at an Angle to Grain of a Wood Member
* Sloped Rafter Connection
	Example 4-6: Calculation of bearing stresses at a sloped rafter-to-stud wall 				connection
* Pre-engineered Lumber - Parallel Strand Lumber (PSL) and Laminated Veneer Lumber (LVL)
	Example 4-7: Header beam design using pre-engineered lumber
* Flitch Beams
	Example 4-8: Flitch beam design
* Floor Vibrations
* Floor Vibration Design Criteria
	Example 4-9: Floor vibrations on floor framing with sawn lumber
	Example 4-10: Floor vibrations with pre-engineered joists
* References
* Problems
Chapter 5 - Wood Members under Axial and Bending Loads
* Introduction
* Pure Axial Tension: Case #1
	Example 5-1: Analysis of a sawn lumber tension member
	Example 5-2: Analysis of a Glulam tension member
* Design of Tension Members
	Example 5-3: Design of a wood tension member
	Example 5-4: Design of a wood tension member
* Axial Tension plus Bending: Case #2
	Example 5-5: Axial tension plus bending ? truss bottom chord
* Euler Critical Buckling Stress
* Pure Axial Compression: Case #3
	Example 5-6: Column axial load capacity in pure compression
* Built-up Columns
	Example 5-7: Axial load capacity of a built-up column
* P-delta Effects in Members under Combined Axial Compression and Bending Loads
* Axial Compression plus Bending: Case #4
	Example 5-8: Combined axial compression plus bending ? truss top chord
	Example 5-9: Combined axial compression plus bending ? exterior stud wall
* Eccentrically Loaded Columns
* Practical Considerations for Roof Truss Design
* Types of Roof Trusses
* Bracing and Bridging of Roof Trusses
* References
* Problems
Chapter 6 - Roof and Floor Sheathing under Vertical Loads and Lateral Loads (Horizontal Diaphragms)
* Introduction
* Plywood Grain Orientation
* Plywood Species and Grades
* Span rating
* Roof Sheathing: Analysis and Design
* Floor Sheathing: Analysis and Design
* Panel Attachment
 Example 6-1: Roof and Floor Sheathing under gravity loads
* Extended use of the IBC Tables for gravity loads on sheathing
 Example 6-2: Extended use of the IBC Tables for gravity loads on sheathing
* Horizontal Diaphragms
 Example 6-3: Horizontal Diaphragm Forces
* Horizontal Diaphragm Strength
* Openings in Horizontal Diaphragms
* Chords and Drag Struts
 Example 6-4: Design of Horizontal Diaphragm Elements
 Example 6-5: Design of Horizontal Diaphragm with wood blocking
 Example 6-6: Horizontal Diaphragms with Interior and Exterior Shear walls
* Non-rectangular Diaphragms
* References
* Problems
Chapter 7 - Vertical Diaphragms under Lateral Loads (Shear Walls)
* Introduction
* Wall Sheathing Types
* Plywood as a Shear wall
* Shear Wall Analysis
* Shear wall Aspect Ratios
 Example 7-1: Definition of a Shear wall
 Example 7-2: Multi-story Shear wall Aspect Ratio
* Shear wall Overturning Analysis
* Shear wall Chord Forces: Tension Case
* Shear wall Chord Forces: Compression Case
* Shear wall Design Procedure
 Example 7-3: Design of Shearwalls
 Example 7-4: Difference in Shearwall Capacity for Wind and Seismic Design
* References
* Problems
Chapter 8 ? Connections
* Introduction
* Design Strength
* Adjustment Factors
 Example 8-1: Group Action Factor: Wood-to-wood connection
 Example 8-2: Group Action Factor: Wood-to-steel connection
 Example 8-3: Geometry factor for a nailed connection
 Example 8-4: Geometry factor for a bolted connection
* Base Design Values: Laterally Loaded connectors
 Example 8-5: Laterally Loaded Nail, Single Shear
 Example 8-6: Laterally Loaded Bolt, Double Shear
 Example 8-7: Laterally Loaded Lag Screw perpendicular to the grain
 Example 8-8: Knee Brace Connection
* Base Design Values: Connectors Loaded in Withdrawal
 Example 8-9: Fasteners loaded in withdrawal
* Combined Lateral and Withdrawal loads
 Example 8-10: Fastener loaded by lateral and withdrawal loads
 Example 8-11: Diaphragm fastener loaded by lateral and withdrawal loads
* Pre-engineered connectors
* Practical considerations
* References
* Problems
Chapter 9 ? Building Design Case Study
* Introduction
* Gravity Loads
* Seismic Lateral Loads
* Wind Loads
* Components and Cladding Wind Loads
* Roof Framing Design
* Analysis of Roof Truss
* Design of Truss Web Tension Members
* Design of Truss Web Compression Members
* Design of Truss Bottom Chord Members
* Design of Truss Top Chord Members
* Net Uplift Load on Roof Truss
* Second Floor Framing design
* Design of a Typical Floor Joist
* Design of Glulam Floor Girder
* Design of Header Beams
* Design of a Typical Ground Floor Column
* Design of a Typical Exterior Wall Stud
* Design of Roof and Floor Sheathing for Gravity Loads
* Design of Roof and Floor Sheathing for Lateral Loads
* Overturning Analysis of Shearwalls: Shearwall Chord Forces
* Overturning Analysis of Shearwalls ? Maximum Force in Tension Chord
* Overturning Analysis of Shearwalls ? Maximum Force in Compression Chord 
* Forces in Horizontal Diaphragm Chords, Drag Struts, and Lapsplices
* Design of Horizontal Diaphragm Chords, Drag Struts, and Lap Splices
* Hold-down Anchors
* Sill Anchors
* Design of Shearwall Chords
* References
Appendix A ? Weights of Building Materials
Appendix B ? Allowable Uniform Loads on Floor Joists
		 Allowable Axial Loads on Columns
		 Combined Axial and Bending Loads on Wall Studs
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Wood.
Building, Wooden.