The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 75 (1997) > Issues > Issue 16 > Serviceability Performance of Timber Floors
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Serviceability Performance of Timber Floors

This paper describes research relating to the serviceability limit state (SLS) performance of timber floors. The findings of full-scale tests are summarised and related to EC5-based design of one-way spanning timber floor constructions. R.J. Bainbridge and C.J. Mettem

Author(s): Bainbridge, R J;Mettem, C J

Keywords: floors;timber;serviceability;eurocode5;design;load tests;deflection;vibration;ceilings;comparing;codes of practice