The growth of timber use in building industry brings new trends, not only into the field of innovative wood-based materials but also into joining of the timber structures elements. Besides the already well normatively described joints with glued-in steel rods it is possible to design longitudinal joints of these structures with internal or external glued wood-based panels. For testing were chosen longitudinal joints of structural dimensions with external glued panels in beams stressed with bending moment. The content of this article is description of typical deformation of tested joints and determination of their carrying capacity and its dependence on the glued line thickness.
Lokaj, A., Vavrusova, K., & Mikolasek, D. (2017). Analysis of Behavior and Carrying Capacity of Glued Timber-Timber Joints Loaded with Bending Moment. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 190, pp. 263–270). Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2017.05.336