Mixed icon  Design of Wood Beams: Design Procedure

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Description: This resourse is a second part of a Design of Wood Beams lecture, which last aprroximately 48 minutes. The lecture is well presented, structured in a useful manner and discusses when it is best to design by analysis, by guessing the member size (trial and error) or by designing for allowable stresses. The lecture is provided in text, presentation, video and audio format.
Keywords: wood beam • timber • lumber • wood • construction • stress • shear • grain • splitting • steel • design
Categories: Materials > Hybrids > Natural materials > Wood
Materials > Metals & alloys > Carbon steels
Applications > Construction
Properties > Mechanical & thermal
Other topics > Design
Other topics > Material selection
Created by: Peter von Bülow, University of Michigan
Contributions: Matt Ducharme-Smith, University of Michigan
Michael Lindstrom, University of Michigan
Chigozie Ozor, University of Michigan
Ryan Donaghy, University of Michigan
Thomas Drew, University of Michigan
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Date created: 20 January 2009
Date added: 27 September 2011
Resource ID: 3713