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### CE434P10_12

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434 CE - Timber Design Breyer, 4th Edition Problem 10.12 Given: See Text Wanted/Solution: a. The req'd nailing for each panel 2nd Story: Total Load Length unit shear Use: 4000 lb 12 ft 333.3333 plf c. Maximum compressive chord forces at end of first floo Determine R3: Overturning force Dead Load and Live Loads Trib width 1.33 ft From Applied DL From Roof LL From Floor LL DL + FLL + RLL DL + FLL + Wind 7429 lb...

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