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Octubre de 2020 - Andrew Lawrence and Peter Ross - Refª 8866
Evaluación y reparación de estructuras de madera, segunda edición es una guía completa y completamente actualizada que se centra en la evaluación y reparación de estructuras de madera con referencia al Eurocódigo 5
Andrew Lawrence and Peter Ross
Octubre de 2020 Páginas: 288
Código 8866 ISBN/EAN: 9780727761781
Appraisal and Repair of Timber Structures, Second edition is a comprehensive and fully updated guide focusing on the appraisal and repair of timber structures with reference to Eurocode 5.
Written by two leading experts in the field of timber engineering, this book includes advice on construction forms from medieval times to the present day. This unique approach ensures that all the periods of timber construction are covered, with specifications, analytical advice and worked examples, all in accordance with current best practice.
Appraisal and Repair of Timber Structures, Second edition covers
The book appeals to engineers, surveyors and architects involved in work on both historic and more modern timber structures. In addition, the sections on appraisal, load testing, building relocation and report writing are applicable to all forms of construction, not just timber. The book is of value to practitioners working on an existing building for the first time, as well as a reference book for more experienced professionals.
Andrew Lawrence is the leading timber specialist at Arup, a member of the Eurocode Timber Design Code Committee and Royal Academy of Engineering Visiting Professor of Timber Engineering at Cambridge University. His projects include the Metz Pompidou with Shigeru Ban and The Smile with Alison Brooks Architects. He is also a CARE Conservation Accredited Engineer, specialising in the assessment and repair of existing and historic structures.
Peter Ross joined Arup in 1958. Since 1986 he has specialised in the assessment of historic building fabric, and timber as a construction material. In 1990-94 he was Technical Secretary for the draft timber Eurocode. He has also written four books as principal author and was the structural engineer for the new roof over the South Transept of York Minster, following the fire in 1984, one of the largest green oak roofs of modern times.
Preface to the second edition
02. The history of timber construction
03. Timber as a structural material
04. Timber decay – causes, prevention & treatment
05. Other possible defects
06. The client’s brief
07. The general diagnostic sequence
08. The initial visual inspection
09. Commissioning a timber survey
10. The appraisal
11. Impact on the appraisal of changes in the building codes
12. Timber repairs
13. Repair of historic buildings
14. The report
15. The repair contract
16. The specification of timber for repair
17. Moving timber frames
18. Case studies – Retain
19. Case studies – Repair
20. Case studies – Reinforce
21. Case studies – Renew
22. Case studies – Relocate
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