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BRE GG8 - BRACING TRUSSED RAFTER ROOFS Organization: BRE
Date: 1991-03-01
Description: Shows how timber bracing may be installed in typical trussed rafter roofs of up to 12 m span and advises on materials and where and how to fix the bracing normally needed for dual-pitched and mono-pitched roofs.
AIR FORCE - AF R ATC 85-4 - INSPECTION OF WOOD ROOF TRUSSES Organization: AIR FORCE
Date: 1978-08-01
GOST 27579 - RECTANGULAR FORMED-WELDED SECTION ROOF TRUSSES. SPECIFICATIONS Organization: GOST
Date: 1988-01-15
SAI - SAA AS 4440 - INSTALLATION OF NAILPLATED TIMBER ROOF TRUSSES Organization: SAI
GOST 20213 - RUSSIAN LANGUAGE - REINFORCED CONCRETE ROOF TRUSSES. SPECIFICATIONS Organization: GOST
BRE IP14/82 - TRUSSED RAFTER ROOFS - LOAD DISTRIBUTIONS AND LATERAL STABILITY Organization: BRE
Date: 1982-01-01
Description: Summarises the load sharing capabilities of the components of a laboratory test roof constructed with fink trussed rafters. The lateral stability of the roof with different diagonal bracing systems in the plane of the rafters was assessed.
UL 1298 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY ROOF TRUSSES FOR MANUFACTURED HOMES - FIFTH EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2006-12-21
BRE - IP14/83 - TRUSSED RAFTER ROOFS Organization: BRE
Date: 1983-01-01
Description: Despite all the technical advice that has been published about dampness in th...
CSA S307 - LOAD TEST PROCEDURE FOR WOOD ROOF TRUSSES FOR HOUSES AND SMALL BUILDINGS - SECOND EDITION; GENERAL INSTRUCTION NO 1-2 Organization: CSA
Date: 1980-03-01
GOST 23119 - STEEL WELDED ROOF TRUSSES OF DOUBLE ANGLES FOR INDUSTRIAL BUILDINGS. SPECIFICATIONS Organization: GOST
Date: 1978-05-16
BIS - SP 38 (S & T) - HANDBOOK OF TYPIFIED DESIGNS FOR STRUCTURES WITH STEEL ROOF TRUSSES (WITH AND WITHOUT CRANES) (BASED ON IS CODES) Organization: BIS
Date: 1987-01-01
BRE GG16 - ERECTING, FIXING AND STRAPPING TRUSSED RAFTER ROOFS Organization: BRE
Date: 1993-08-01
Description: Guide for site supervisors and building inspectors, showing normal arrangements for fixing and strapping domestic roofs up to 12 m span, to provide a sound platform for roof coverings and contribute to the stability of the roof and gable ends.
TPI - DAR-92 - PERFORMANCE OF METAL PLATE CONNECTED WOOD TRUSS ROOF STRUCTURES DURING HURRICANE ANDREW Organization: TPI
BSI - BS 5268-3 - STRUCTURAL USE OF TIMBER - PART 3: CODE OF PRACTICE FOR TRUSSED RAFTER ROOFS - CORR 16541: JULY 31, 2006; CORR 16972: FEBRUARY 28, 2007 Organization: BSI
Date: 2006-06-30
BSI - BS CP 112-3 - CODE OF PRACTICE FOR THE STRUCTURAL USE OF TIMBER. TRUSSED RAFTERS FOR ROOFS OF DWELLINGS Organization: BSI
Date: 1973-09-12
Description: Recommends materials, functional requirements, manufacture, design, testing, permissible spans, handling and erection of Fink and Fan type trussed rafters.
BRE GG52 - SITE-CUT PITCHED TIMBER ROOFS - B KEYWORTH Organization: BRE
Date: 2002-01-01
Description: They can be built in situ with each piece cut and fitted individually, they can use prefabricated or site-made trusses to support in situ fitted purlins and rafters, or they can be built with prefabricated trussed rafters forming the complete roof structure. Prefabricated roofs have become the most common form of construction in recent years but there are situations where a purpose designed and site-built roof (often referred to as a "cut" roof) may be preferred.
CSA M430 - ROOF AND ROCK BOLTS, AND ACCESSORIES - FIRST EDITION; GENERAL INSTRUCTION NO. 1: MAY 1990 Organization: CSA
Date: 1990-01-01
Description: Addressed in this Standard are double-end threaded, headed, and slotted steel bars: fully grouted bolts and threaded bars: mechanical anchorage devices used for point anchorage applications; roof truss systems; partially grouted deformed bolts; and other frictional anchorage devices.
BRE GG52/1 - SITE-CUT PITCHED TIMBER ROOFS; PART 1. DESIGN - B KEYWORTH Organization: BRE
Date: 2002-07-03
Description: They can be built in situ with each piece cut and fitted individually, they can use prefabricated or site-made trusses to support in situ fitted purlins and rafters, or they can be built with prefabricated trussed rafters forming the complete roof structure. Prefabricated roofs have become the most common form of construction in recent years but there are situations where a purpose designed and site-built roof (often referred to as a "cut" roof) may be preferred.
BRE GG52/2 - SITE-CUT PITCHED TIMBER ROOFS; PART 2. CONSTRUCTION - B KEYWORTH Organization: BRE
Date: 2002-07-11
Description: They can be built in situ with each piece cut and fitted individually, they can use prefabricated or site-made trusses to support in situ fitted purlins and rafters, or they can be built with prefabricated trussed rafters forming the complete roof structure. Prefabricated roofs have become the most common form of construction in recent years but there are situations where a purpose designed and site-built roof (often referred to as a "cut" roof) may be preferred.
ASTM F432 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR ROOF AND ROCK BOLTS AND ACCESSORIES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2013-05-01
Description: Addressed in this specification are double-end threaded and slotted steel bars; fully grouted bolts and threaded bars; mechanical anchorage devices used for point anchorage applications; roof truss systems; partially grouted deformed bolts; formable anchorage devices; cable bolt systems; expandable rock bolts and other frictional anchorage devices.

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