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ASTM D198 - STANDARD TEST METHODS OF STATIC TESTS OF LUMBER IN STRUCTURAL SIZES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2015-09-01
Description: These test methods cover the evaluation of lumber and wood-based products in structural sizes by various testing procedures.
ASTM D1990 - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR ESTABLISHING ALLOWABLE PROPERTIES FOR VISUALLY-GRADED DIMENSION LUMBER FROM IN-GRADE TESTS OF FULL-SIZE SPECIMENS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2016-05-01
Description: This practice covers the principles and procedures for establishing allowable stress values for bending, tension parallel to grain, compression parallel to grain and modulus of elasticity values for structural design from “In-Grade” tests of full-size visually graded solid sawn dimension lumber. This practice also covers procedures for periodic monitoring, and additional procedures, if needed, for evaluation and possible reassessment of assigned design values.
NAVY - MIL-L-16758A - LUMBER, SCARF JOINTED TO SIZE (FOR SHIP AND BOAT USE) Organization: NAVY
Date: 1952-06-09
ASTM D198 + REDLINE - STANDARD TEST METHODS OF STATIC TESTS OF LUMBER IN STRUCTURAL SIZES - INCLUDES STANDARD + REDLINE (PDF) Organization: ASTM
ASTM D1990 + REDLINE - STANDARD PRACTICE FOR ESTABLISHING ALLOWABLE PROPERTIES FOR VISUALLY-GRADED DIMENSION LUMBER FROM IN-GRADE TESTS OF FULL-SIZE SPECIMENS - INCLUDES STANDARD + REDLINE (PDF) Organization: ASTM
ALSC PS 20 - AMERICAN SOFTWOOD LUMBER STANDARD - TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: ALSC
Date: 2010-06-01
Description: It establishes the principal trade classifications and sizes of softwood lumber for yard, structural, factory and shop use.
DOC - FED PS20-70 - AMERICAN SOFTWOOD LUMBER STANDARD Organization: DOC
Date: 1970-01-01
Description: General—This Product Standard covers the principal trade classifications and sizes of softwood lumber for yard, structural, and shop use. It provides a common basis of understanding for the classification, measurement, grading, and grade marking of rough and dressed sizes of various items of lumber, including finish, boards, dimension, and timbers.
NPFC - MIL-L-2594 - LUMBER, SHIP AND BOAT CONSTRUCTION, CEDAR, MAHOGANY, AND DOUGLAS FIR Organization: NPFC
Date: 1988-03-14
Description: This specification covers high quality lumber of Port Orford cedar, Alaska yellow cedar, Douglas fir, and the species commercially known as mahogany, suitable for ship and boat construction.
ASTM D5456 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR EVALUATION OF STRUCTURAL COMPOSITE LUMBER PRODUCTS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2014-10-01
Description: The performance of structural composite lumber is affected by wood species, wood element size and shape, and adhesive and production parameters.
ASTM D5572 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR ADHESIVES USED FOR FINGER JOINTS IN NONSTRUCTURAL LUMBER PRODUCTS Organization: ASTM
Date: 1995-09-10
Description: Such products include, but are not limited to, interior and exterior mouldings, window and door components or parts, and bonded-lumber panels. Adhesives that meet the requirements of the various performance classes are considered capable of providing an adequate bond for use under the conditions described for the class.
AWPA/WOOD - AWPA E21 - STANDARD FIELD TEST FOR EVALUATION OF WOOD PRESERVATIVES TO BE USED FOR INTERIOR APPLICATIONS (UC1 AND UC2); FULL-SIZE COMMODITY TERMITE TEST Organization: AWPA/WOOD
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: This is considered to be a worst-case condition for framing lumber designed to be protected from liquid water (UC2).
CSA S406 - SPECIFICATION OF PERMANENT WOOD FOUNDATIONS FOR HOUSING AND SMALL BUILDINGS - FOURTH EDITION; ERRATA: JUNE 2016 Organization: CSA
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: Note: In commercial practice, nails are commonly identified by their length in inches. Lumber sizes are expressed in terms of thickness × width, with metric values (mm × mm) referring to standard dry dressed sizes and with imperial values (in × in) referring to nominal nondressed sizes, both in conformance to CSA O141.
AWC WSDD - WOOD STRUCTURAL DESIGN DATA - INCORPORATES 1992 REVISIONS Organization: AWC
Date: 1986-01-01
Description: Tabular data relate to dressed sizes conforming to the American Softwood Lumber Standard, Voluntary Product Standard 20-70, U.S.
APA PRI-405 - PERFORMANCE STANDARD FOR APA EWS COMMERCIAL I-JOISTS - TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: APA
Date: 2012-12-01
Description: The APA EWS Performance-Rated I-joist is an "I" –shaped prefabricated structural member using sawn or structural composite lumber flanges and structural-use panel webs boded together with exterior adhesives.
UL 1897 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY UPLIFT TESTS FOR ROOF COVERING SYSTEMS - SEVENTH EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2015-09-23
Description: Supporting roof decks are evaluated only with respect to span conditions and physical properties such as gauge, yield strength, grade, size and/or species of lumber and related factors which affect fastener attachment or bond strength.
WILEY - STRUCTURAL WOOD DESIGN: A - STRUCTURAL WOOD DESIGN: A PRACTICE-ORIENTED APPROACH COMPLETE DOCUMENT Organization: WILEY
Date: 2007-01-01
Description: Holistic, practical, and code-based, this text provides the reader with knowledge of all the essentials of structural wood design: Wood structural elements and systems that occur in wood structures Structural loads—dead, live, snow, wind, and seismic—and how to calculate loads acting on typical wood structures Glued-laminated lumber and allowable stresses for sawn lumber and Glulam The design and analysis of joists and girders Floor vibrations The design of wood members subjected to axial and bending loads Roof and floor sheathing and horizontal diaphrams Exterior wall sheathing and wood shear walls The design of connections and how to use the connection capacity tables in the NDS code Several easy-to-use design aids for the preliminary sizing of joists, studs, and columns In keeping with its hallmark holistic and practice-oriented approach, the book culminates in a complete building design case study that brings all the elements together in a total building system design.
AWS D14.7/D14.7M - RECOMMENDED PRACTICES FOR SURFACING AND RECONDITIONING OF INDUSTRIAL MILL ROLLS - 1ST EDITION Organization: AWS
Date: 2005-01-01
Description: An industrial mill roll can be defined as any roll or cylindrical body that transports, processes, guides or performs a function in creating a product in the heavy metals, paper, plastic, or lumber industries. These rolls can come in many shapes and sizes (as shown in Figure 1), and include, but are not limited to, table rolls, guide rolls, caster rolls, pinch rolls, leveler rolls, straightener rolls, bridle rolls, and blocker rolls.
CTI STD-119 - TIMBER CONNECTION SPECIFICATION Organization: CTI
Date: 2014-10-01
Description: Purpose  Connection capacities evaluated per the requirements of Part III, used in conjunction with lumber design stresses published in STD-103 and STD-114, provide the basis for complete structural analysis of the framework used in a tower.
ASME MH1 - PALLETS, SLIP SHEETS, AND OTHER BASES FOR UNIT LOADS - OUT OF PRINT; NOW COPYRIGHTED BY MHIA Organization: ASME
Date: 2005-11-30
Description: It is estimated that approximately 20% of the total annual production of lumber in the United States was required for the assembly of these pallets. One pallet size of the approximately 100 sizes used, the 48 x 40 in. and 40 x 48 in. (1219 x 1016 mm and 1016 x 1219 mm) size, accounts for more than one-third of all the pallets produced; while ten additional sizes account for more than 1% of all pallets produced.
ACI 325.10R - REPORT ON ROLLER-COMPACTED CONCRETE PAVEMENTS Organization: ACI
Date: 1995-01-01
Description: RCCP has been used for a wide variety of applications. These include log sorting yards, lumber storage, forestry and mining haul roads, container intermodal yards, military vehicle roads and parking areas, bulk commodity (coal, wood chips) storage areas, truck and automobile parking, and to a lesser extent, municipal streets, secondary highways, and aircraft parking ramps.

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