Load duration and moisture effects in the axial withdrawal capacity of screws in CLT
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11 January 2024

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Load duration and moisture effects in the axial withdrawal capacity of screws in CLT

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11 January 2024

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A poster from a project funded by the Institution’s 2022/23 Undergraduate Grant Scheme.

The aim of this project was to experimentally assess the effect of moisture content and loading duration on the effectiveness of screws in CLT.
 
Author: Amelia Gawne
Poster: Amelia Gawne
Supervisor: Dr Eleni Toumpanaki
University: University of Bristol
 

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