Summarize the code provisions relating to sound transmission, and how compliance with these code provisions may be demonstrated. In this article, a wood frame shear wall is analyzed and compared per American Wood Council's 2015 Wood Frame Construction Manual (WFCM) and 2015 Special Design Provisions for Wind and Seismic (SDPWS). Truss Design. Be aware of updated language relating to Structural Composite Lumber. This presentation will cover the available U.S. design standards and methods being used by engineers on these projects. Learn how fire resistance ratings of wood assemblies and mass timber are calculated. Materials and assemblies that can be evaluated using these SFM standards include exterior siding, windows, eaves and other horizontal projections and decking. Be able to understand the 2015 SDPWS provisions for distribution of shear to shear walls in a line, Be familiar with the 2015 SDPWS provisions for shear distribution based on either i) deflection calculation, or ii) use of reduced shear strengths in accordance with the 2bs/h factor for wood structural panels, Be able to understand how distribution of shear provisions affects design shear capacity of shear walls in a line, Be familiar with new strength reductions for shear walls based on shear wall aspect ratio. CCWD was produced in partnership with the Key to its success, is understanding in-service conditions of structure to provide proper design and detailing. The purpose of this article is to explore code provisions for larger Understand the significant changes between the 2005 and. We will also cover frame design, joinery choices, and integration of frame and house design. The 2015 WFCM includes design information not only for lateral loads, but for gravity loads including snow, roof live, floor live, and dead loads on buildings up to 3 stories. Additionally, all three products offer sustainable qualities as they are manufactured from a renewable resource and store carbon. This presentation will provide background on relevant NDS provisions governing structural design of connections for CLT members, present a design example, and discuss fire protection requirements specified in NDS and AWC’s newly updated Technical Report 10 – Calculating the Fire Resistance of Wood Members and Assemblies (TR10). Solutions for nailed, screwed, and bolted connections will be presented, along with specific information on calculating shear capacity as well as withdrawal capacity. Specification—a publication intended to address structural design requirements of a wood foundation for Steel and Timber Design. Be able to analyze individual components of the deflection equations to determine their magnitude of impact on total deflection. Identify the necessary AWC standards to assist with shear wall design. Be able to explain the correlation between wood use and carbon footprint. This requires a thorough understanding of fire and building code provisions as well as the proper use of NFPA 241, Standard for Safeguarding Construction, Alteration, and Demolition Operations and NFPA 1620, Standard for Pre-Incident Planning. How wood forms? Familiar with dowel-type and specialized components and adhesives. There are several design tools and standards to assist engineers, architects, and building officials with the design of shear walls. Prescriptive approaches such as those outlined in AWC's 2015 Wood Frame Construction Manual (WFCM) for One- and Two-Family Dwellings tend to provide conservative results. Be aware of professional qualifications required to conduct code compliant special inspections. This unit extends your knowledge learnt in ENG321 and focuses on the design of aspects of advanced timber structures such as timber-framed multi-storey residential or commercial buildings. Equivalencies: 1 Hour of Instruction = 0.1 Continuing Education Unit (CEU) = 1 Professional Development Hour (PDH) = 1 Learning Unit (LU). Typical availability Why do some wood structures last for centuries while others “just go away”? Learn where to find information and research that supports the new 2021 IBC Code change. The study evaluated internal forces generated during testing and assessed the effects of opening sizes, full-height pier sizes, and different construction techniques, including the segmented, perforated, and FTAO methods. Prescriptive approaches such as those outlined in AWC's Wood Frame Construction Manual (WFCM) for One- and Two-Family Dwellings tend to provide conservative results. Often selected for aesthetic reasons or its unparalleled design flexibility, both offer superior structural performance combined with long term durability. Level III Certification Course Introduction to reinforced glue-laminated timber. This webinar will be a continuation of the Loads webinar and use the loads developed previously to illustrate the importance of load path continuity in buildings. Students will learn layout techniques, tool use and sharpening, and joinery cutting methods as we work on a small timber frame project, culminating in a raising on the final day. Please note: Our Accrediting Organizations have required us to remove the progress bars from course videos and to limit … Allowable stress design (ASD) examples, excerpted from the 2015 SDPWS Commentary are included. Rules and standards change in pace with the development of society, why a publication of this type has to be reviewed regularly. The concept of taller wood structures has captured widespread attention. It will explain the determination of maximum building size for eight common use groups using the height and area tables of the 2018 IBC and pre-calculated tables provided in the CCWD. Dr. Tingley has taught over 50 courses. We show you why it is stronger and lasts longer than steel and concrete. Unique characteristics for each product are highlighted and extensive examples of the use of these products in a wide range of building applications are presented. This presentation will provide background and examples for calculation of these forces which will enable designers and code officials to quickly determine wind design loads for projects. Attendees will learn to use prescriptive tables to size wood members and connections to resist high wind, seismic, and snow loads in the wall and floor systems. In our Timber Framing, Cruck Framing and Scribing hands-on courses we actually build timber frames with all of the joinery one would find in a typical house. Be familiar with the significant changes between the 2005 and 2012 NDS and NDS Supplement. Apply the reference design values from the NDS Supplement. Our University course presenters have decades of experience in custom home design, planning and construction. Learn to use prescriptive tables to size wood members and connections to resist high wind, seismic, and snow loads. Able to identify the similarities and differences with respect to design values, tabulated values, and behavioral equations. Proper design of wood structures to resist high wind loads requires the correct use of wind load provisions and member design properties. The TWB developed its own test scenario(s) to substantiate any code change proposals (testing was carried out at ATF labs); and worked to develop a comprehensive set of technically-substantiated code changes for consideration during the 2018 Group A code development process. Discuss relevant CLT product manufacturing and design standards and identify where these standards are referenced in the IBC. For this article, all changes noted are to the IBC; any changes to the IEBC will be specifically called out. Describe and evaluate R-values and U-factors related to wood construction and understand how to calculate them; Recognize and evaluate the three prescriptive compliance energy paths recognized by the code and understand how to use them in single-family design; Research and utilize the allowable trade-offs for residential energy requirements related to wood construction in the IRC and IECC; Learn when a special inspection may be required on a structure. that can be used to search for more information regarding the change on the ICC website (iccsafe.org), We offer Level I, Level II and Level III timber structure courses in which you will learn about wood, interior and exterior, rot detection and its effects. The International Code Council’s (ICC) International Building Code (IBC) Chapter 17, titled Structural Tests and Special Inspections, will be covered in this program. It will discuss how they may be applied to your future building designs and how they are being used in projects across the nation today to comply with the International Building Code (IBC). Click here to view Broken Sound's website. This webinar builds on the three previous Load, Load Path, and Connections webinars to describe how loads must be transferred through the building to reach the foundation system. Throughout the world there are great examples of historic wood structures that have withstood the test of time and exposure to various climates. Engineers linked metal with technical progress: “wood was anathema to the ideals of precision and power”.! The standards that form the basis for the manufacture and development of design stresses for each product are discussed as well as design provisions included in AWC's National Design Specification (NDS) for Wood Construction. Connection design philosophy and behavior, an overview of 2015 NDS provisions related to bolt design including local stresses in fastener groups, and a detailed design example are included. Understand the limitations of wood shear walls and diaphragms. See why restoring a structure using high-strength fibers and polymers, as well as our preservation techniques can restore timber structures up to 75 years. Identify maximum building size and use parameters for wood as the primary structural elements. This presentation will not address the use of model codes and standards once a building has received a certificate of occupancy. Vertical and lateral load paths will be described including the role of shear walls in buildings. It is strongly encouraged to view the recorded webinar of STD350 - Significant Changes to the 2018 WFCM prior to this course. ASD wind pressures for Main Wind-Force Resisting Systems (MWFRS) and Components and Cladding (C&C) are computed. Describe the significant changes between the 2012 and 2018 NDS and NDS Supplement. Be able to identify and describe several examples of mid-rise wood-frame construction. (SDPWS). Engineered approaches such as those outlined in AWC's Special Design Provisions for Wind and Seismic (SDPWS) typically result in more efficient designs. Information gathered from years of frequently asked questions related to building code provisions for decks, deck construction details, and AWC’s Design for Code Acceptance 6 (DCA6) – Prescriptive Residential Wood Deck Construction Guide will be presented. Describe some of the code changes for Fire Resistance and Sprinklers in the built environment. The American Wood Council’s (AWC) National Design Specification® (NDS®) for Wood Construction and Special Design Provisions for Wind and Seismic (SDPWS) are documents referenced in US building codes and used to design wood structures worldwide. Once the health has been determined, you can begin to make a restoration plan. The current editions, designated ANSI/AWC NDS-2015 and ANSI/AWC SDPWS-2015, were approved as ANSI American National Standards in 2014. The content for these Campus courses is based on the recorded webinars. The knowledge you gain from these courses will allow you to immediately inspect, restore, and add years of life to your timber structures. Be able to discuss the impact of changes in the BC Building Code, combined with the BC Wood First Act. Discuss deck load path code requirements and how to satisfy them, Recognize proper design and detailing of significant components, Identify best construction practices outlined in DCA6, Indicate relevant analysis requirements and code updates. The 2015 WFCM includes design information for buildings located in regions with 700-year return period “three second gust” design wind speeds between 110 and 195 mph. Part 1 will provide an overview of the 2-story example structure, loads to be resisted, and applicability limitations of the WFCM. 6 - Prescriptive Residential Deck Construction Guide, http://awc.org/codes-standards/publications/dca6, BCD306 – Prescriptive Residential Wood Deck Construction Guide (DCA6-2015 Version), BCD307 – Deck FAQs: Deciphering DCA6 and More, BCD310 – 2018 IRC Significant Changes to Deck Provisions, BCD410-1 – 2012 International Building Code Essentials for Wood Construction, BCD420 – International Building Code (IBC) Essentials for Wood Construction Based on the 2015 IBC, BCD420-A – Updating Code Conforming Wood Designs, BCD425 – Choosing Construction Type Just Got Easier: Design Tools to Simplify IBC Chapter 5, BCD430 – 2018 IBC Essentials for Wood Construction, https://www.awc.org/pdf/building-codes/ccwd/CCWD_Complete_2018.pdf, BCD500 – DCA3: Fire-Resistance and Sound Ratings for Wood-Frame Assemblies, BCD600 – Meeting Residential Energy Requirements with Wood-Frame Construction, BCD710 – Special Inspection for Wood Construction, BCD710-1 – Special Inspections for Wood Construction, BCD710-A – Special Inspection for Wood Construction, BCD800 – Calculation of Sound Transmission Parameters for Wood-Frame Assemblies, DES125 – Design Considerations of Wood Frame Structures for Permanence, DES131-A – Specifying Alternatives for Conventional Treatments, DES132 - Solutions for Durability Related Issues, DES140 – Structural Condition Assessment of in-Service Wood, DES160 – Evaluation of Recommended Allowable Design Properties for Wood in Existing Structures, DES220 – 2015 NDS Example Problems - Columns/Beams/Beam-Columns, DES221 - 2015/2018 NDS Example Problems: Member Designs and Connection Basics, DES230 – Design of Loadbearing Tall Wood Studs for Wind and Gravity Loads, DES230-A – Wind and Gravity Design for Tall Walls in Wood Buildings, DES301 – Answering Your Deck Questions: A Panel Discussion with the Pros, DES310 – Connection Solutions for Wood-Frame Structure, DES330 – Design of Connections for Wood Members using the NDS and TR12, DES335-A – Design of Bolted Connections per the 2015 NDS, DES336 – CLT Connection Design Provisions in the 2018 NDS, DES340 – Cornucopia of Classic Connection Conundrums, DES412-1 – Seismic-Resistive Design of Wood Buildings, DES413-2 – Wind Shear Wall Design Examples per 2015 WFCM and 2015 SDPWS, DES413-3 – Calculating ASD Shear Wall Capacities per 2015 SDPWS Using the Equal Deflection Approach, DES413-4 – Seismic Example WFCM/SDPWS Comparison 2015, DES413-A – Wood Shear Wall Design Examples for Wind, DES415 – Resolving Wood Shear Wall Design Puzzles with Force Transfer Around Openings, DES416 – Wind Solutions - Perforated Wood Structural Panel Shear Walls, DES416-A – Use of Wood Structural Panels to Resist Combined Shear and Uplift from Wind, DES417 – Wood Structural Panels Designed to Resist Combined Shear & Uplift from Wind Loads, DES430 – Seismic Design of Large Wood Panelized Roof Diaphragms in Heavy Wall Buildings, DES440 – Primer for the Use of Cross-Laminated Timber, DES441-1 – Taking Wood to the Next Level - CLT as a Floor or Roof Element, DES442 – CLT Stands Up - A Look at CLT Wall Design, DES510 – Overview of Codes and Standards Affecting Mid-rise Construction, DES517-A – Mid-Rise Light Wood Frame Construction Gains Momentum, DES520 – Codes and Standards for Mid-rise Construction - An All Wood Solution, DES522 – Shaft Wall Solutions for Wood-Frame Structures, DES600 – Tall Wood Structures: Current Trends and Related Code and Standard Changes, DES600-A – Historical, Current and Future Tall Wood Buildings, DES602-1 – Fire-Resistance Design Primer for Mass Timber Construction, DES603 – Fire Tests in Support of Tall Mass Timber Buildings, DES603-A – Fire Testing on Full-Scale Mass Timber Building Will Inform Code Changes, DES604 – CLT Adhesive Tests in Support of Tall Mass Timber Buildings, DES605 – Outcomes of ICC Tall Wood AdHoc Committee: Proposals and Discussion, DES606 – Experiences of a Mass Timber Builder, DES607 – Outcomes of ICC Tall Wood AdHoc Committee: Mass Timber Provisions in the 2021 I-Codes, DES607-A – Tall Wood Buildings in the 2021 IBC: Up to 18 Stories of Mass Timber, DES611-A – Cross-laminated Timber: New Projects Show How the Material is Fulfilling "Tall" Orders, DES620 - Introduction to Mass Timber Products, DES622 - Background and Overview (New Mass Timber), DES623 - Heights & Areas and Construction Fire Safety, DES625 – Principles of Fire Resistance Design, Protection of Connections, and Special Inspections, GB300 – Development of Wood Products LCA Data and Its Usage in Green Building Codes, GB720 – Building Sustainably with Mass Timber, MAT230 – Today's Glulam: What Design and Building Professionals Need to Know for Code Compliance, MAT250 – How New Trends in Wood Construction Comply with the Building Code, MAT251-A – ABC's of Traditional and Engineered Wood Products, MAT252-1 Code Applications for Nail-laminated Timber, Glued-laminated Timber and Cross-laminated Timber, STD105 – ASD and LRFD with the 2012 National Design Specification for Wood Construction, STD105-A – Designing with AWC's National Design Specification® (NDS®) for Wood Construction (NDS 2012), STD110 – Designing with AWC's National Design Specification® (NDS®) for Wood Construction (NDS 2015), STD110-A – Designing with AWC's National Design Specification® (NDS®) for Wood Construction (NDS 2015), STD120-A – Changes to the 2018 National Design Specification® (NDS®) for Wood Construction, STD310 – Part 1 of 4: Wind Speed and Design Pressure Determination According to ASCE 7-10, STD311 – Part 2 of 4: Wind Load Distribution on Buildings - Load Paths, STD313 – Part 4 of 4: Foundation Design to Resist Flood Loads and WFCM Calculated Wind Loads, STD333 – 2015 WFCM Significant Changes and Introduction to High Wind Guides, STD335 – Disaster Resistant Wood Frame Construction - Part 1: Loads and Roof Story Design, STD336 – Disaster Resistant Wood Frame Construction - Designing to Resist High Wind, Seismic, and Snow Loads - Part 2: Wall and Floor Design, Design of Wood Frame Buildings for High Wind, Snow, and Seismic Loads (2012 WFCM Workbook), Significant Changes to the 2012 WFCM (STD315), STD340-1 – Disaster Resistant Wood Frame Construction Example using 2015 WFCM - Part 1: Loads, STD340-2 – Disaster Resistant Wood Frame Construction Example using 2015 WFCM - Part 2: Roof Story Design, STD340-3 – Disaster Resistant Wood Frame Construction Example using 2015 WFCM - Part 3: Second Story Design, STD340-4 – Disaster Resistant Wood Frame Construction Example using 2015 WFCM - Part 4: First Story Design, STD342-1 – Calculating Wind Loads on Low-Rise Structures per WFCM Engineering Provisions, STD342-2 – Calculating Gravity Loads for Structures up to 3-Stories per WFCM Engineering Provisions, STD343 – Header Design per 2015 WFCM Engineered and Prescriptive Provisions, STD350 – 2018 Wood Frame Construction Manual Changes, STD355 – Designing for New ASCE 7-16 Wind Loads per the 2018 WFCM, STD401-2 – AWC's 2008 Special Design Provisions for Wind and Seismic ASD/LRFD – Part 2: Diaphragm Deflection Calculations, DES412-1 – Seismic-Resistive Design of Wood Buildings, STD401-A – 2008 Special Design Provisions for Wind and Seismic, STD415 – 2015 Special Design Provisions for Wind and Seismic Overview and Changes, STD415-A – 2015 Special Design Provisions for Wind and Seismic, STD510 – Significant Changes to AWC's 2015 NDS and the 2015 SDPWS, STD600-A – What the 2015 IBC Means for Wood Construction – Part IV: Permanent Wood Foundations. How do trees grow? Constructed to Nicklaus Design’s highest standards, this Championship course promises to deliver a truly wonderful day of golf. What is it and what does it do? NLT and GLT has been adopted in the IBC and utilized throughout the world for several decades on a wide variety of buildings. Identify vertical and lateral load paths of conventional residential decks, Identifying the minimum footing size and materials per 2018 IRC, Determining appropriate beams and joist span lengths using IRC provisions, Determining lateral connection options for the deck to existing dwelling based on IRC requirements. In January 2019, the International Code Council (ICC) approved a set of proposals to allow tall wood buildings as part of the 2021 International Building Code (IBC). Presenters Jon Shanks and Geoff Boughton from TimberED Services developed and delivered a series of six Timber Engineering webinars in mid 2020. In this course, participants will learn about format of the SDPWS and how to apply design provisions to shear walls and diaphragms as well as changes from previous editions. Special inspection is not a new term to the building code and is included in the 2012 and 2015 versions of International Code Council's (ICC) International Building Code (IBC), Chapter 17 which is titled Structural Tests and Special Inspections. Identify special provisions for design of wood structures that involve compartmentalization and sprinkler systems. The American Wood Council offers approved courses registered with the National Council of Structural Engineers Associations Diamond Review Program, the International Code Council Education Preferred Provider Program, and the American Institute of Architects. majority of design textbooks for undergraduate engineering students neglect, to a large extent, the importance of timber as a structural and building material.
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