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Eurocode 5 Span Tables

New in this 4th edition are revisions for: enhanced shear strength: Those spans where shear is the governing criterion have been improved; enhanced bearing strength: The bearing lengths required have reduced which in turn increased the clear spans in some instances; changes to some section sizes; An industry survey has prompted changes to the range of member sizes offered in the tables
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Cross-laminated timber: Design and performance

Cross-laminated timber (CLT) construction is increasingly being used for residential, commercial and public sector buildings. Offering a significant strength to weight ratio, improved installation speeds, reduced on-site waste and a high standard of airtightness, CLT also has the advantage of being a renewable resource.
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External Timber Cladding

Trada: Taylor, Lewis; Kaczmar, Peter; Hi
External Timber Cladding is now established as the definitive guide to timber cladding and design.
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Green Oak in Construction

Trada, Ross,et.al.
The authors describe the whole process of green oak construction: the design, framing and enclosing of structures.
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Timber Frame Construction

Trada: Lancashire, Robin; Taylor, Lewis
This 5th edition responds to further increases in thermal standards, evolving alternative methods of timber frame construction and the industry's migration from BS 5268 (now withdrawn) to Eurocode 5. Nearly all the illustrations have been revised.
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Off-site and industrialised timber construction 2nd edition

Hairstans, Dr Robert
Uniting timber's traditional qualities with the latest production technologies and written by Professor Robert Hairstans, head of the Centre for Offsite Construction + Innovative Structures (COCIS) within Edinburgh Napier University's Institute for Sustainable Construction, this publication examines the changes and developments that have occurred within off-site since the 1st edition was published in 2010.
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Site check: The timber frame pocket guide

- A concise summary of on-site best practice in timber frame construction - Checklists and illustrations of core activities enable you to verify that work is of the highest standard - Researched and written by experts representing TRADA and the STA
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Procuring engineered timber buildings: A client's guide

Trada, BM
This publication is the ideal resource to support the procurement process and promote informed discussion with key questions and concise answers for clients procuring engineered timber building solutions.
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