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1 M a d e f o r b u i l d i n g b u i l t f o r l i v i n g S TRUTUR A L PR E A N A LYSIS TA LES
2 I M P R I N T KLH Massivholz GmbH Publisher and responsible for the content: KLH Massivholz GmbH Version: 01/2012, Structural preanalysis tables The content of this brochure is intellectual property of the company and is protected by copyright. The statements are recommendations and proposals only; a liability on the part of the publisher is excluded. Any type of reproduction is strictly forbidden and only permitted after written approval of the publisher.
3 O N T E N T 01 STANDARD PANELS AND PANEL STRUTURES KLH AS AN E X TERIOR WALL KLH AS AN INTERIOR WALL KLH AS A EILING SINGLESPAN GIRDER KLH AS A EILING DOULESPAN GIRDER KLH AS A ROOF SINGLESPAN GIRDER KLH AS A ROOF DOULESPAN GIRDER
4 I N T R O D U T I O N STRUTURAL PREANALYSIS TALES The calculation of KLH solid wood panels is carried out under the aspect of flexibly connected cross sections. The longitudinal layers are connected via flexible transverse layers. Therefore, bending caused by transverse forces (shear deformations of the transverse layers, rolling shear ) can no longer be disregarded. Dimensioning and structural design follow the Eurocode 5 (EN and EN ), taking into account the national standards set forth in ÖNORM and ÖNORM It should be pointed out that the national standards in various European countries differ from each other in some detailed aspects (e.g. different component safety coefficients for plywood board material). The product characteristics of the KLH solid wood panel required for structural design can be taken from the European Technical Approval (ETA06/0138). The static test for KLH solid wood panels must be made separately for each project, and the locally applicable standards and regulations have to be followed. Due care is also advised when comparing panel thicknesses of KLH elements with products by other manufacturers: due to different production processes, the plywood board products may well have different properties, e.g. as regards bending stiffness or shear strength. Please read the key values in the relevant product approvals and take into account the differences in the comparative calculation. For the calculation of plywood board elements, different calculation methods have been developed. The calculation can be carried out with the socalled shear analogy, the γmethod or even as a girder grid. In practical construction work, the γmethod is most often used. It is an approximation method developed for flexibly connected bending girders, but is also applicable for plywood boards. Instead of the flexibility of the connecting devices, the shear deformation of the transverse layers is taken into account. In practical construction work, this method is sufficiently exact. It is also included in the DIN 1052 and the Eurocode 5. For structural design, the net moments of inertia are calculated with a reduction coefficient and the resulting effective moments of inertia provide verification. 0 2
5 S T A N D A R D P A N E L S A N D P A N E L S T R U T U R E S 01 KLH STANDARD PANEL T YPES AND STRUTURES O V E R I N G L AY E R I N T H E T R A N S V E R S E P A N E L D I R E T I O N T T ( W A L L ) Nominal thickness in mm in layers Lamella structure [mm] Standard panel widths T L T L T [m] Maximum panel lengths [m] 57 3 l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / O V E R I N G L AY E R I N T H E L O N G I T U D I N A L P A N E L D I R E T I O N T L ( E I L I N G / R O O F ) Nominal thickness in mm in layers Lamella structure [mm] Standard panel widths L T L T L T L [m] Maximum panel lengths [m] 60 3 l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / l / 2.50 / 2.72 / ll / 2.50 / 2.72 / ll / 2.50 / 2.72 / ll / 2.50 / 2.72 / * ll / 2.50 / 2.72 / * ll / 2.50 / 2.72 / ll / 2.50 / 2.72 / * ll / 2.50 / 2.72 / * ll / 2.50 / 2.72 / * Special panel types Special panel structures are available on request. y using double layers, for example the longitudinal or transverse rigidity of the panel can be further enhanced. The fire resistance of the KLH solid wood panel can also be influenced by modifying the structures and can eventually be improved in relation to specific project requirements. 0 3
6 S T R U T U R A L P R E  A N A LY S I S T A L E S 02 KLH AS AN EXTERIOR WALL Wind pressure: w k = 0.80 kn/m 2 Minimum panel thicknesses for various fire resistance classes (R0 to R90) w k n k according to approval ETA06/0138 ÖNORM EN :2009 and ÖNORM :2010 ÖNORM EN :2011 and ÖNORM :2011 l 3s 57 TT onstant Imposed load load HEIGHT OF EXTERIOR WALL (buckling length, l) *) n k 2.40 m 2.72 m 2.95 m [kn/m] [kn/m] R 0 R 30 R 60 R 90 R 0 R 30 R 60 R 90 R 0 R 30 R 60 R 90 3s 57 TT s 57 TT 3s 57 TT s 125 TT 3s 57 TT 3s 57 TT 3s 57 TT s 125 TT 5s 125 TT s 57 TT 3s 57 TT s 57 TT 5s 125 TT 5s 125 TT 5s 125 TT 5s 158 TT s 158 TT 3s 57 TT s 57 TT 5s 125 TT 5s 125 TT 5s 125 TT 5s 158 TT 5s 158 TT s 158 TT 3s 57 TT 3s 57 TT s 125 TT 5s 125 TT 5s 158 TT 5s 158 TT s 125 TT 5s 158 TT s 57 TT s 125 TT 5s 125 TT 5s 158 TT 5s 158 TT s 125 TT 5s 158 TT *) in addition to the own weight of the KLH elements (the own weight of KLH is already taken into account in the table) Fire resistance: R0 R30 R60 R90 0 4
7 S T R U T U R A L P R E  A N A LY S I S T A L E S Service class 1 Imposed load category A (ψ 0 = 0.7 and ψ 2 = 0.3): k mod = 0.8 Wind loads (ψ 0 = 0.6 and ψ 2 = 0): k mod = 0.9 Loadbearing capacity a) Test as a buckling bar (compression and deflection according to equivalent beam method) b) Test of shear stress Structural fire design (onesided burnoff) a) harring rate β 0 = 0.67 mm/min if the burnoff only takes place in the covering layer or in the top doublelayer b) harring rate β 0 = 0.76 mm/min if several layers are affected (for the entire time of fire exposure) c) Additional eccentricity due to burnoff taken into account This table is only intended for structural preanalysis purposes and does not replace necessary static calculations! 0 5
8 S T R U T U R A L P R E  A N A LY S I S T A L E S 03 KLH AS AN INTERIOR WALL No wind pressure Minimum panel thicknesses for various fire resistance classes (R0 to R90) in case of onesided fire exposure n k according to approval ETA06/0138 ÖNORM EN :2009 and ÖNORM :2010 ÖNORM EN :2011 and ÖNORM :2011 l onstant Imposed load load HEIGHT OF INTERIOR WALL (buckling length, l) *) n k 2.40 m 2.72 m 2.95 m [kn/m] [kn/m] R 0 R 30 R 60 R 90 R 0 R 30 R 60 R 90 R 0 R 30 R 60 R s 57 TT 3s 57 TT 3s 57 TT s 125 TT 3s 57 TT s 57 TT 3s 57 TT 5s 125 TT 5s 125 TT s 57 TT 3s 57 TT 3s 57 TT s 125 TT 5s 125 TT 5s 125 TT 5s 158 TT s 158 TT 3s 57 TT 3s 57 TT s 57 TT 5s 125 TT 5s 125 TT 5s 125 TT 5s 158 TT 5s 158 TT s 158 TT 3s 57 TT 3s 57 TT s 57 TT 5s 125 TT 5s 125 TT 5s 158 TT 5s 158 TT s 125 TT 5s 158 TT s 57 TT 3s 57 TT s 125 TT 5s 125 TT 5s 158 TT 5s 158 TT s 125 TT 5s 158 TT *) in addition to the own weight of the KLH elements (the own weight of KLH is already taken into account in the table) Fire resistance: R0 R30 R60 R90 0 6
9 S T R U T U R A L P R E  A N A LY S I S T A L E S Service class 1 Imposed load category A (ψ 0 = 0.7 and ψ 2 = 0.3): k mod = 0.8 Loadbearing capacity a) Test as a buckling bar (compression according to equivalent beam method) Structural fire design (onesided burnoff) a) harring rate β 0 = 0.67 mm/min if the burnoff only takes place in the covering layer or in the top doublelayer b) harring rate β 0 = 0.76 mm/min if several layers are affected (for the entire time of fire exposure) c) Additional eccentricity due to burnoff taken into account This table is only intended for structural preanalysis purposes and does not replace necessary static calculations! 0 7
10 S T R U T U R A L P R E  A N A LY S I S T A L E S 04 KLH AS A EILING SINGLESPAN GIRDER 4.1 VIR ATION TEST FOR LOW REQUIREMENTS Minimum panel thicknesses for R0 (cold dimensioning) n k according to approval ETA06/0138 ÖNORM EN :2009 and ÖNORM :2010 ÖNORM EN :2011 and ÖNORM :2011 l onstant Imposed SPAN OF SINGLESPAN GIRDER, l load load *) n k 3.00 m m m 4.50 m 5.00 m 5.50 m 6.00 m 6.50 m 7.00 m [kn/m²] AT [kn/m²] A s 201 TL 7ss 230 TL 5.00 A s 201 TL s 201 TL 7ss 230 TL ss 230 TL 7ss 248 TL A ss 230 TL 7ss 248 TL 5.00 A ss 230 TL 7ss 230 TL 7ss 248 TL ss 248 TL A ss 230 TL 7s 201 TL ss 230 TL 7ss 248 TL ss 230 TL 7ss 248 TL 7ss 260 TL *) in addition to the own weight of the KLH elements (the own weight of KLH is already taken into account in the table) Fire resistance: R0 R30 R60 R90 0 8
11 S T R U T U R A L P R E  A N A LY S I S T A L E S Service class 1 k def = 0.8 Imposed load category A and (ψ 0 = 0.7 and ψ 2 = 0.3): k mod = 0.8 Imposed load category (ψ 0 = 0.7 and ψ 2 = 0.6): k mod = 0.9 Deflection limits according to ÖNORM EN :2010 a) characteristic structural design situation: w Q,inst l/300 and (w fin w G,inst ) l/200 b) quasipermanent structural design situation: w fin l/250 Vibration test according to Eurocode 5 and Kreuzinger / Mohr a) Attenuation factor ς = 2.5 %; cement screed 5 cm; room width b = 1.2* l b) f Hz; w F 1.5 mm/kn; v < v limit ; a < 0.40 m/s 2 (vibrations noticeable but not disturbing) Loadbearing capacity a) Test of bending stress b) Test of shear stress Structural fire design (onesided burnoff) a) harring rate β 0 = 0.67 mm/min if the burnoff only takes place in the covering layer or in the top doublelayer b) harring rate β 0 = 0.76 mm/min if several layers are affected (for the entire time of fire exposure) c) The minimum panel thicknesses (for R0) automatically reach fire resistance according to coloured marking This table is only intended for structural preanalysis purposes and does not replace necessary static calculations! 0 9
12 S T R U T U R A L P R E  A N A LY S I S T A L E S 4. 2 VIR ATION TEST FOR INRE ASED REQUIREMENTS Minimum panel thicknesses for R0 (cold dimensioning) n k according to approval ETA06/0138 ÖNORM EN :2009 and ÖNORM :2010 ÖNORM EN :2011 and ÖNORM :2011 l onstant load Imposed load SPAN OF SINGLESPAN GIRDER, l *) n k [kn/m²] AT [kn/m²] 3.00 m m m 4.50 m 5.00 m 5.50 m 6.00 m 6.50 m 7.00 m A ss 230 TL ss 248 TL 7ss 230 TL ss 260 TL A 7s 201 TL s 201 TL ss 230 TL 7ss 230 TL 7ss 248 TL ss 248 TL 7ss 260 TL A ss 230 TL s 201 TL ss 248 TL 7ss 260 TL 7ss 248 TL s 201 TL 7ss 230 TL 7ss 280 TL 7ss 230 TL A s 201 TL ss 248 TL ss 230 TL 7s 201 TL ss 230 TL 7ss 248 TL 7ss 280 TL A ss 230 TL 7ss 248 TL ss 260 TL 7ss 248 TL 7ss 280 TL 7ss 230 TL ss 260 TL 8ss 300 TL *) in addition to the own weight of the KLH elements (the own weight of KLH is already taken into account in the table) Fire resistance: : R0 R30 R60 R90 1 0
13 S T R U T U R A L P R E  A N A LY S I S T A L E S Service class 1 k def = 0.8 Imposed load categories A and (ψ 0 = 0.7 and ψ 2 = 0.3): k mod = 0.8 Imposed load category (ψ 0 = 0.7 and ψ 2 = 0.6): k mod = 0.9 Deflection limits according to ÖNORM EN :2010 a) characteristic structural design situation: w Q,inst l/300 and (w fin w G,inst ) l/200 b) quasipermanent structural design situation: w fin l/250 Vibration test according to Eurocode 5 and Kreuzinger / Mohr a) Attenuation factor ς = 2.5 %; cement screed 5 cm; room width b = 1.2* l b) f Hz; w F 1.5 mm/kn; v < v limit ; a < 0.10 m/s 2 (vibrations considered to be disturbing) c) Vibration acceleration was tested with an imposed load of the category, in addition with ψ 2 = 0.3 Loadbearing capacity a) Test of bending stress b) Test of shear stress Structural fire design (onesided burnoff) a) harring rate β 0 = 0.67 mm/min if the burnoff only takes place in the covering layer or in the top doublelayer b) harring rate β 0 = 0.76 mm/min if several layers are affected (for the entire time of fire exposure) c) The minimum panel thicknesses (for R0) automatically reach fire resistance according to coloured marking This table is only intended for structural preanalysis purposes and does not replace necessary static calculations! 1 1
14 S T R U T U R A L P R E  A N A LY S I S T A L E S 05 KLH AS A EILING DOULESPAN GIRDER 5.1 VIR ATION TEST FOR LOW REQUIREMENTS Minimum panel thicknesses for R0 (cold dimensioning) Imposed load not favourable in some spans n k according to approval ETA06/0138 ÖNORM EN :2009 and ÖNORM :2010 ÖNORM EN :2011 and ÖNORM :2011 l 1 l 2 onstant load Imposed load SPAN OF DOULESPAN GIRDER l 1 l 2 = 0.8*l 1 to 1.0*l 1 *) n k [kn/m²] AT [kn/m²] 3.00 m m m 4.50 m 5.00 m 5.50 m 6.00 m 6.50 m 7.00 m s 57 TL A s 201 TL A s 201 TL 5.00 A A s 201 TL A s 201 TL ss 230 TL *) in addition to the own weight of the KLH elements (the own weight of KLH is already taken into account in the table) Fire resistance: R0 R30 R60 R90 1 2
15 S T R U T U R A L P R E  A N A LY S I S T A L E S Service class 1 k def = 0.8 Imposed load category A and (ψ 0 = 0.7 and ψ 2 = 0.3): k mod = 0.8 Imposed load category (ψ 0 = 0.7 and ψ 2 = 0.6): k mod = 0.9 Deflection limits according to ÖNORM EN :2010 a) characteristic structural design situation: w Q,inst l/300 and (w fin w G,inst ) l/200 b) quasipermanent structural design situation: w fin l/250 Vibration test according to Eurocode 5 and Kreuzinger / Mohr a) Attenuation factor ς = 2.5 %; cement screed 5 cm; room width b = 1.2* l b) f Hz; w F 1.0 mm/kn; v < v limit ; a < 0.40 m/s 2 (vibrations noticeable but not disturbing) Loadbearing capacity a) Test of bending stress b) Test of shear stress Structural fire design (onesided burnoff) a) harring rate β 0 = 0.67 mm/min if the burnoff only takes place in the covering layer or in the top doublelayer b) harring rate β 0 = 0.76 mm/min if several layers are affected (for the entire time of fire exposure) c) The minimum panel thicknesses (for R0) automatically reach fire resistance according to coloured marking This table is only intended for structural preanalysis purposes and does not replace necessary static calculations! 1 3
16 S T R U T U R A L P R E  A N A LY S I S T A L E S 5. 2 VIR ATION TEST FOR INRE ASED REQUIREMENTS Minimum panel thicknesses for R0 (cold dimensioning) Imposed load not favourable in some spans n k according to approval ETA06/0138 ÖNORM EN :2009 and ÖNORM :2010 ÖNORM EN :2011 and ÖNORM :2011 l 1 l 2 onstant load Imposed load SPAN OF DOULESPAN GIRDER, l 1 l 2 = 0.8*l 1 to 1,0*l 1 *) n k [kn/m²] AT [kn/m²] 3.00 m m m 4.50 m 5.00 m 5.50 m 6.00 m 6.50 m 7.00 m 3s 60 TL A ss 230 TL A s 78 DL s 201 TL 7ss 230 TL ss 248 TL A s 201 TL 7ss 230 TL 7ss 248 TL A ss 230 TL ss 230 TL 7ss 248 TL A s 201 TL ss 230 TL s 201 TL 7ss 248 TL 7ss 230 TL ss 260 TL *) in addition to the own weight of the KLH elements (the own weight of KLH is already taken into account in the table) Fire resistance: : R0 R30 R60 R90 1 4
17 S T R U T U R A L P R E  A N A LY S I S T A L E S Service class 1 k def = 0.8 Imposed load category A and (ψ 0 = 0.7 and ψ 2 = 0.3): k mod = 0.8 Imposed load category (ψ 0 = 0.7 and ψ 2 = 0.6): k mod = 0.9 Deflection limits according to ÖNORM EN :2010 a) characteristic structural design situation: w Q,inst l/300 and (w fin w G,inst ) l/200 b) quasipermanent structural design situation: w fin l/250 Vibration test according to Eurocode 5 and Kreuzinger / Mohr a) Attenuation factor ς = 2.5 %; cement screed 5 cm; room width b = 1.2* l b) f Hz; w F 1.0 mm/kn; v < v limit ; a < 0.10 m/s 2 (vibrations considered to be disturbing) c) Vibration acceleration was tested with an imposed load of the category, in addition with ψ 2 = 0.3 Loadbearing capacity a) Test of bending stress b) Test of shear stress Structural fire design (onesided burnoff) a) harring rate β 0 = 0.67 mm/min if the burnoff only takes place in the covering layer or in the top doublelayer b) harring rate β 0 = 0.76 mm/min if several layers are affected (for the entire time of fire exposure) c) The minimum panel thicknesses (for R0) automatically reach fire resistance according to coloured marking This table is only intended for structural preanalysis purposes and does not replace necessary static calculations! 1 5
18 S T R U T U R A L P R E  A N A LY S I S T A L E S 06 KLH AS A ROOF SINGLESPAN GIRDER Deflection Appearance and avoidance of damage Minimum panel thicknesses for R0 (cold dimensioning) μ s k according to approval ETA06/0138 ÖNORM EN :2009 and ÖNORM :2010 ÖNORM EN :2011 and ÖNORM :2011 l onstant load Snow load on roof SPAN OF SINGLESPAN GIRDER, l *) s = μ*s k [kn/m²] [kn/m²] 3.00 m m m 4.50 m 5.00 m 5.50 m 6.00 m 6.50 m 7.00 m s 57 TL ss 230 TL ss 230 TL ss 230 TL ss 230 TL ss 230 TL *) in addition to the own weight of the KLH elements (the own weight of KLH is already taken into account in the table) Fire resistance: R0 R30 R60 R90 1 6
19 S T R U T U R A L P R E  A N A LY S I S T A L E S Service class 1 k def = 0.8 Snow load at an altitude 1.000m above sea level (ψ 0 = 0.5 and ψ 2 = 0): k mod = 0.9 Deflection limits according to ÖNORM EN :2010 a) characteristic structural design situation: w Q,inst l/300 and (w fin w G,inst ) l/200 b) quasipermanent structural design situation: w fin l/250 Loadbearing capacity a) Test of bending stress b) Test of shear stress Structural fire design (onesided burnoff) a) harring rate β 0 = 0.67 mm/min if the burnoff only takes place in the covering layer or in the top doublelayer b) harring rate β 0 = 0.76 mm/min if several layers are affected (for the entire time of fire exposure) c) The minimum panel thicknesses (for R0) automatically reach fire resistance according to coloured marking This table is only intended for structural preanalysis purposes and does not replace necessary static calculations! 1 7
20 S T R U T U R A L P R E  A N A LY S I S T A L E S 07 KLH AS A ROOF DOULESPAN GIRDER Deflection Appearance and avoidance of damage Minimum panel thicknesses for R0 (cold dimensioning) Snow load evenly distributed on both spans μ s k according to approval ETA06/0138 ÖNORM EN :2009 and ÖNORM :2010 ÖNORM EN :2011 and ÖNORM :2011 l 1 l 2 onstant load *) Snow load on roof s = μ*s k SPAN OF DOULESPAN GIRDER, l 1 l 2 = 0,8*l 1 to 1,0*l 1 [kn/m²] [kn/m²] 3.00 m m m 4.50 m 5.00 m 5.50 m 6.00 m 6.50 m 7.00 m s 57 TL s 57 TL s 57 TL s 57 TL *) in addition to the own weight of the KLH elements (the own weight of KLH is already taken into account in the table) Fire resistance: R0 R30 R60 R90 1 8
21 S T R U T U R A L P R E  A N A LY S I S T A L E S Service class 1 k def = 0.8 Snow load at an altitude 1.000m above sea level (ψ 0 = 0.5 and ψ 2 = 0): k mod = 0.9 Deflection limits according to ÖNORM EN :2010 a) characteristic structural design situation: w Q,inst l/300 and (w fin w G,inst ) l/200 b) quasipermanent structural design situation: w fin l/250 Loadbearing capacity a) Test of bending stress b) Test of shear stress Structural fire design (onesided burnoff) a) harring rate β 0 = 0.67 mm/min if the burnoff only takes place in the covering layer or in the top doublelayer b) harring rate β 0 = 0.76 mm/min if several layers are affected (for the entire time of fire exposure) c) The minimum panel thicknesses (for R0) automatically reach fire resistance according to coloured marking This table is only intended for structural preanalysis purposes and does not replace necessary static calculations! 1 9
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