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Adjusted Value for Loading Parallel to Grain for Split Ring and Shear Plate Connectors
Adjusted Value for Loading Parallel to Grain=Nominal Value for Loading Parallel to Grain*Load Duration Factor*Wet service factor*Temperature factor*Group Action Factor*Geometry Factor*Penetration Depth Factor*Metal-side-plate Factor GO
Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading for Nails and Spikes
Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading=Nominal Design Value for Lateral Loading*Load duration factor*Wet service factor*Temperature factor*End grain factor*Penetration Depth Factor*Diaphragm factor*Toenail factor GO
Adjusted Design Value for Extreme Fiber Bending
Adjusted design value=(Design value*Load duration factor*Wet service factor*Temperature factor*Beam stability factor*Size factor*Volume factor*Flat use factor*Repetitive member factor*Curvature factor*Form factor) GO
Adjusted Value for Loading Normal to Grain for Split Ring and Shear Plate Connectors
Adjusted Value for Loading Normal to Grain=Nominal Value for Loading Normal to Grain*Load Duration Factor*Wet service factor*Temperature factor*Group Action Factor*Geometry Factor*Penetration Depth Factor GO
Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading for Bolts
Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading=Nominal Design Value for Lateral Loading*Load Duration Factor*Wet service factor*Temperature factor*Group Action Factor*Geometry Factor GO
Adjusted Design Value for Compression Parallel to Grain
Adjusted design value for compression parallel=(Design value for compression*Load duration factor*Wet service factor*Temperature factor*Size factor*Column stability factor) GO
Adjusted Design Value for Withdrawal for Nails and Spikes
Adjusted design value for withdrawal=Nominal design value for withdrawal*Load duration factor*Wet service factor*Temperature factor*Toenail factor GO
Adjusted Design Value for Shear
Adjusted design value for shear=(Design value for shear*Load duration factor*Wet service factor*Temperature factor*Shear stress factor) GO
Adjusted Design Value for Withdrawal for Wood Screws
Adjusted design value for withdrawal=Nominal design value for withdrawal*Load duration factor*Wet service factor*Temperature factor GO
Adjusted Design Value for End Grain in Bearing Parallel to Grain
Adjusted design value for bearing=(Design value for bearing*Load duration factor*Temperature factor) GO
Adjusted Design Value for Compression Perpendicular to Grain
Adjusted design value=(Design value *Wet service factor*Temperature factor*Bearing area factor) GO

Adjusted Design Value for Tension Formula

Adjusted design value for tension=(Design value for tension*Load duration factor*Wet service factor*Temperature factor*Size factor)
F'<sub>t</sub>=(F<sub>t</sub>*C<sub>D</sub>*C<sub>M</sub>*C<sub>t</sub>*C<sub>F</sub>)
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Adjusted Design Value for Extreme Fiber Bending GO
Adjusted Design Value for Shear GO
Adjusted Design Value for Compression Perpendicular to Grain GO
Adjusted Design Value for Compression Parallel to Grain GO
Adjusted Design Value for End Grain in Bearing Parallel to Grain GO

What is size factor ?

Wood is not a homogeneous material (like steel), and one of the factors that takes this non-homogeneity into account is the Wood Size Factor (CF ).

How to Calculate Adjusted Design Value for Tension?

Adjusted Design Value for Tension calculator uses Adjusted design value for tension=(Design value for tension*Load duration factor*Wet service factor*Temperature factor*Size factor) to calculate the Adjusted design value for tension, The Adjusted Design Value for Tension formula is defined by taking load-duration factor , wet-service factor , temperature factor , size factor into consideration. Adjusted design value for tension and is denoted by F't symbol.

How to calculate Adjusted Design Value for Tension using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Adjusted Design Value for Tension, enter Design value for tension (Ft), Load duration factor (CD), Wet service factor (CM), Temperature factor (Ct) and Size factor (CF) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Adjusted Design Value for Tension calculation can be explained with given input values -> 1.8 = (3000000*0.75*0.8*1*1).

FAQ

What is Adjusted Design Value for Tension?
The Adjusted Design Value for Tension formula is defined by taking load-duration factor , wet-service factor , temperature factor , size factor into consideration and is represented as F't=(Ft*CD*CM*Ct*CF) or Adjusted design value for tension=(Design value for tension*Load duration factor*Wet service factor*Temperature factor*Size factor). Design value for tension is the original value in which correction is applied, Load duration factor is based on the ability of wood to recover after a reasonable load has been applied for a given time, Wet service factor is used to signify wood that will not be used in a dry condition, Temperature factor is the factor used for wood that is expected to be exposed to high temperatures for long periods of time and Size factor is the factors that takes non-homogeneity of wood into account.
How to calculate Adjusted Design Value for Tension?
The Adjusted Design Value for Tension formula is defined by taking load-duration factor , wet-service factor , temperature factor , size factor into consideration is calculated using Adjusted design value for tension=(Design value for tension*Load duration factor*Wet service factor*Temperature factor*Size factor). To calculate Adjusted Design Value for Tension, you need Design value for tension (Ft), Load duration factor (CD), Wet service factor (CM), Temperature factor (Ct) and Size factor (CF). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Design value for tension, Load duration factor, Wet service factor, Temperature factor and Size factor and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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