Design Values Dimensional Lumber Table 4A 4B 4C 4F Timbers BeamsPosts Table 4D

Design values dimensional lumber table 4a 4b 4c 4f

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Design Values Dimensional Lumber (Table 4A, 4B, 4C, 4F) Timbers – Beams/Posts (Table 4D) Decking (Table 4E): Minor Axis bending
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Reference Design Values F b – Bending F t – Tension F V – Shear F C – Compression Perpendicular to Grain F C – Compression Parallel to Grain E – Modulus of Elasticity E min – Modulus of Elasticity for Buckling Stability
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Design Values Which Table will you find the reference design values for the following cases? A) 2 x 4 Southern Pine Visually graded Table 4B B) 5 x 8 Hem Fir Visually graded Table 4D C) 2x 4 Hem Fir Visually graded Table 4A
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Design Values What is the reference design value for No.1 Douglas Fir- Larch A) 4 x 16 B) 4 x 4 C) 6 x 12 F b F t F v F c E E min F b F t F v F c E E min F b F t F v F c E E min
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Design Values What is the reference design value for No.1 Douglas Fir- Larch used as a beam A) 4 x 16 B) 4 x 4 C) 6 x 12 F b F t F v F c E E min 1000 psi 675 psi 180 psi 1500 psi 1,700,000 psi 620,000psi F b F t F v F c E E min 1000 psi 675 psi 180 psi 1500 psi 1,700,000 psi 620,000psi F b F t F v F c E E min 1350 psi 675 psi 170 psi 925 psi 1,600,000 psi 580,000psi
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NDS Specification: Pg 29
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