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BS 5268: Structural Use of Timber

BS 5268 is a compendium of Codes covering the structural use of timber. It brings together design stresses, design methods, and some general guidance on the structural use of timber. It covers the major structural uses of timber, particularly in buildings, and can be used as the basis for design of all timber structural members such as floor and ceiling joists, wall panels, roofs, trussed rafters, and fabricated structural components, such as glued laminated structures and plybox beams. It also covers related information for design against fire and protection against fungal decay and insect attack. BS 5268 is being published in seven Parts: J.G. Sunley