Impact of a reinforcement treatment with acrylate impregnation on the mechanical behavior of black spruce as connector member.
|Authors:||Lafond, Cassandra; Blanchet, Pierre; Galimard, Philippe; Landry, Véronic; Ménard, Sylvain|
|Abstract:||As a previous study has shown, it is possible to increase by 50% the dowel bearing strength of black spruce with an acrylate formulation applied by impregnation. Three diameters of bolts and two orientations of loading were included in this study. The effect of treatment on the dowel-bearing strength appeared to increase while the diameter of bolt decreased. The orientation of loading was significant as the treatment had a major impact in the parallel to grain direction and no impact in the perpendicular direction. With the digital image correlation analysis, an expanded strain field perpendicular to the load direction was observed. The superior embedding capacity would help to reduce the dimensions of the timbers as well as the number of connections required in the building design. With an increase of ductility, wood connections show a safer yielding behavior.|
|Document Type:||Article de recherche|
|Issue Date:||14 March 2017|
|Open Access Date:||14 March 2019|
|This document was published in:||Construction and building materials, Vol. 141, 517–525 (2017)|
|Collection:||Articles publiés dans des revues avec comité de lecture|
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