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Joist section

Timber type - Sawn Softwood as Appendix D Table 98

Span type - Simple

Y = 50 mm

- right hand end X = 0 mm

Y = 50 mm

End notches - left hand end - none specified

- right hand end - none specified

Strength class from Table 9 - SC3

Design shear force at left hand support = 35 kN/m

Design shear force at right hand support = 65 kN/m

3 Poin 1.0 0.5 10.0 10.0

UDL 0 2.0 10.0 10.0

Bending Check

- basic grade stress, = 5.3 N/mm2

bp

- modification factors

- for dry exposure K =1

2

- for load duration, long K =1

3

- for depth K = (300/h)0.11

7

= (300/300)0.11

= 1.00

- load sharing system K = 1.1

8

= *K *K *K *K

bpall bp 2 3 7 8

= 5.3*1*1*1*1.1

= 5.83 N/mm2

The moment per metre width of floor is 25 kNm/m. Hence, the moment per joist is

M = M*j /1000

j cc

= 25*450/1000

= 11.25 kNm

giving the required section modulus per joist as

z = M *106/

reqd j bpall

= 11.25*106/5.83

= 1929674 mm3

The section modulus of the joist chosen is 4500000 mm^3, which is not exceeded by that required, SECTION OK.

Shear Checks

- basic grade stress, = 0.67 N/mm2

cpa

- modification factors

- for dry exposure K =1

2

- for load duration, long K =1

3

- no end notch K =1

5

- load sharing system K = 1.1

8

Hence the allowable shear stress

= *K *K *K *K

cpaall cpa 2 3 5 8

= 0.67*1*1*1*1.1

= 0.74 N/mm2

The shear per metre width of floor is 35 kN/m. Hence, the shear per joist is

R = R *j /1000

lj l cc

= 35*450/1000

= 15.75 kN

giving the required cross sectional area per joist as

A = 3*R *103/(2* )

lreqd lj cpaall

=3*15.75*103/(2*0.74)

= 31926 mm2

A = b*h

lprov

= 300*300

= 90000 mm2

This is not exceeded by that required, SECTION OK.

- basic grade stress, = 0.67 N/mm2

cpa

- modification factors

- for dry exposure K =1

2

- for load duration, long K =1

3

- no end notch K =1

5

- load sharing system K = 1.1

8

= *K *K *K *K

cpaall cpa 2 3 5 8

= 0.67*1*1*1*1.1

= 0.74 N/mm2

The shear per metre width of floor is 65 kNm/m. Hence, the shear per joist is

R = R *j /1000

rj r cc

= 65*450/1000

= 29.25 kN

giving the required cross sectional area per joist as

A = 3*R *103/(2* )

rreqd rj cpaall

=3*29.25*103/(2*0.74)

= 59291 mm2

A = b*h

rprov

= 300*300

= 90000 mm2

This is not exceeded by that required, SECTION OK.

Bearing Checks

- basic grade stress, = 2.2 N/mm2

cpe

(wane prohibited at bearing areas)

- modification factors

- for dry exposure K =1

2

- for load duration, long K =1

3

- for end bearing K =1

4

- load sharing system K = 1.1

8

= *K *K *K *K

cpeall cpe 2 3 4 8

= 2.2*1*1*1*1.1

= 2.42 N/mm2

The shear per joist is 15.75 kN, giving the required bearing area as

A = R *103/

blreqd lj cpeall

= 15.75*103/2.42

= 6508 mm2

A = b*Y

blprov l

= 300*50

= 15000 mm2

This is not exceeded by that required, SECTION OK.

- basic grade stress, = 2.2 N/mm2

cpe

(wane prohibited at bearing areas)

- modification factors

- for dry exposure K =1

2

- for load duration, long K =1

3

- for end bearing K =1

4

- load sharing system K = 1.1

8

= *K *K *K *K

cpeall cpe 2 3 4 8

= 2.2*1*1*1*1.1

= 2.42 N/mm2

The shear per joist is 29.25 kN, giving the required bearing area as

A = R *103/

brreqd rj cpeall

= 29.25*103/2.42

= 12087 mm2

A = b*Y

brprov r

= 300*50

= 15000 mm2

This is not exceeded by that required, SECTION OK.

Deflection check

The deflection calculated includes for shear deflection and is based on the following

- For a loadsharing system, subject to the restrictions of clause 13(b) for vibration or storage

- Youngs modulus - E = 5800 N/mm2

- Shear modulus - G = 363 N/mm2

- Shape factor - F = 1.2 (for rectangular sections)

- Area - A = 900 cm2

- Mom. of inertia - I = 67500 cm4

The maximum calculated deflection is 1.5 mm

= 0.003*L

all o

= 0.003*2000

= 6.0 mm

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