Experimental Study on a Buckling Behavior of a Wooden Single-Layer Space Frame of Reticular Shell on a Hexagonal Plan: Influence due to the Bolted Joint Looseness with Axial and Bending Resistance

by Kouichi Matsuno, JDC Corp, Tokyo, Japan,
Shigeru Aoki, JDC Corp, Tokyo, Japan,



Document Type: Proceeding Paper

Part of: Spatial, Lattice and Tension Structures

Abstract:

The authors have investigated about the structural behavior of a wooden single-layer space frame structure with the bolted joints. We have carried out a buckling tests of a wooden single-layer space frame of reticular shell on a hexagonal plan. The purpose of our experimental study is to clear the bolted joint activity which affects to the structural behavior of the whole structure. In this paper, we have described the buckling behavior of a wooden reticular shell on a hexagonal plan. Especially, we have discussed the influence due to the bolted joint looseness with axial and bending resistance.



Subject Headings: Structural behavior | Bolted connections | Joints | Wood structures | Structural analysis | Bending (structural) | Shell structures | Material properties

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