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Title: Assessment of damaged timber structures using proof load test-Experience from case studies
Authors: Arangjelovski Toni
Gramatikov Kiril
Docevska Marija
Keywords: Glued laminated timberTimber bridgeAssessmentProof load testReliability
Issue Date: 30-Dec-2015
Publisher: Elsevier
Journal: Construction and Building Materials
Abstract: In this paper assessment of damaged timber structures using proof load test is given, which is mandatory according to Macedonian standards. Two types of structures were analyzed in the paper: Glued laminated timber structure, Cambered beam span of L = 24.00 m and Glued Laminated pedestrian timber bridge, two-hinged arch, span of L = 26.00 m plus two simple supported beams span of L = 12.5 m each. The results were also used for reliability verification to define partial safety factor for material for ultimate limit state and serviceability limit state, according to Eurocodes EN1990 and EN1995.
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Civil Engineering: Journal Articles

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