Cross-laminated timber: experimental research
The summaries presented here are extracted from the cross-laminated timber (CLT) research published in two selected proceedings arising out of the COST Action FP1004 conferences held in 2012 and 2014.
Full references to these proceedings are given at the end of this paper.
Wind-induced vibration is an important design consideration in tall buildings in any structural material. The two main forms of wind-induced vibration - across-wind vibration due to vortex shedding and along-wind vibration due to turbulence - were taken into consideration when undertaking this study. Both types are addressed in Eurocode 1.
Glued laminated timber (glulam) beams and columns have been used for decades as an engineered timber product that allows designers to span further, carrying heavier loads while retaining all of the benefits of using wood in structures.
Article from Timber 2016 Industry Yearbook
The Young Researchers' Conference, the Institution of Structural Engineers' annual research event, brings together young, forward-thinking structural engineering PhD students and researchers, along with industry professionals and academics.
A selected shortlist of students and young researchers are then invited to present on their PhD at the YRC event at...