Optimising the structural design of modular housing by combining timber and lightweight steel framin

Author: Smail Kechidi

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Optimising the structural design of modular housing by combining timber and lightweight steel framing

Optimising the structural design of modular housing by combining timber and lightweight steel framing
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Smail Kechidi

Date published

3 May 2022

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Smail Kechidi

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Smail Kechidi describes his research into cold-formed steel-framed shear walls sheathed in timber, which won the Institution’s Research into Practice essay competition in 2021.

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Smail Kechidi describes his research into cold-formed steel (CFS)-framed shear walls sheathed in timber, which won the Institution’s Research into Practice essay competition in 2021. The research has focused on the lateral behaviour of CFS-framed shear walls and the performance of the sheathing-to-CFS screws.

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Institution of Structural Engineers

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Structural Design Timber Research & Innovation Metal - steel Feature Issue 5

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