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50 - 5 - 1 Assignment of Timber to Bending and Tension Strength Classes - Effects of Grading and Calculation Procedures - P Stapel, A Kovryga, J W G van de Kuilen
50 - 6 - 1 Shear Strength Values for Soft- and Hardwoods - J W G van de Kuilen, W Gard, G Ravenshorst
50 - 7 - 1 Steel-to-Timber Connections: Failure of Laterally Loaded Dowel-Type Fasten-ers - H J Blass, C Sandhaas, N Meyer
50 - 7 - 2 The Embedment Strength as a System Property - M Yurrita, J M Cabrero
50 - 7 - 3 Nailed joints: Investigation on Parameters for Johansen Model - C Sandhaas, R Görlacher
50 - 7 - 4 Cyclic Bending Fatigue Properties of Dowel Type Fasteners - K Kobayashi, M Yasumura
50 - 9 - 1 Design Equations to Predict Losses in Post-Tensioned Timber Frames - G Granello, C Leyder, A Palermo, A Frangi, S Pampanin
50 - 10 - 1 Glued Thin-webbed Beams - Amendments to EC 5 for Safe ULS Design - S Aicher, C Stritzke
50 - 12 - 1 In-Grade Evaluation of U.S. Glulam Beams, End Joints, and Tension Lamina-tions - B Yeh, J Chen, T Skaggs
50 - 12 - 2 In‐plane Loaded CLT Beams – Tests and Analysis of Element Lay‐up - H Danielsson, E Serrano, M Jelec, V Rajcic
50 - 12 - 3 Experimental Investigation on the Mechanical Behavior of Glued Laminated Beams Made from Oak - C Faye, G Legrand, D Reuling, J-D Lanvin
50 - 12 - 4 Predicting the Effective Flange Width of a CLT Slab in Timber Composite Beams - R Masoudnia, A Hashemi, P Quenneville
50 - 12 - 5 Improved Design Equations for the Resultant Tensile Forces in Glulam Beams with Holes - C Tapia, S Aicher
50 - 12 - 6 Round Holes in Glulam Beams Arranged Eccentrically or in Groups - M Danzer, P Dietsch, S Winter
50 - 12 - 7 Two-way Spanning CLT-Concrete-Composite-Slab - S Loebus, S Winter
50 - 15 - 1 Shake Table Tests on Large-Scale Hybrid Steel Frame and Timber Shear Wall System with Slotted-Bolted Friction Dampers - Hanlin Dong, Zheng Li, Qi Luo, Minjuan He
50 - 15 - 2 Dissipative Connections for CLT Shear Walls - T Schmidt, H Blass
50 - 15 - 3 Required Seismic Performance of CLT Panel Buildings from Japanese Standard - T Miyake, M Yasumura, N Kawai, H Isoda, M Koshihara, T Tsuchimoto, Y Araki, T Nakagawa
50 - 15 - 4 Shaking Table Tests for Verification of Seismic Design of CLT Panel Buildings - H Isoda, N Kawai, T Miyake, M Yasumura, M Koshihara, T Tsuchimoto, Y Araki, T Nakagawa
50 - 15 - 5 Capacity Design of CLT Structures with Traditional or Innovative Seismic-Resistant Brackets - R Scotta; D Trutalli; L Marchi, L Pozza, A Ceccotti
50 - 15 - 6 Post-Tensioned CLT Wall Systems with Multiple Rocking Segments - D Sanscartier Pilon, A Salenikovich, A Palermo, F Sarti
50 - 16 - 1 Design Parameters for Timber Members Protected by Clay Plaster at Elevated Temperatures - J Liblik, A Just
50 - 16 - 2 Parametric Fire Design – Zero-Strength-Layers and Charring Rates - D Brandon, A Just, M Tiso
50 - 16 - 3 Zero Strength Layers for Timber Frame Assemblies in a Standard Fire - M Tiso, A Just, D Brandon
50 - 16 - 4 Improved Fire Resistance of Connected Nail-Plate Trusses - K Nore, G Glasø, A Sagen
50 - 16 - 5 Protection by Fire Rated Claddings in the Component Additive Method - K N Mäger, A Just, T, D Brandon
50 - 17 - 1 Reliability of Large Glulam Members - Part 2: Data for the Assessment of Partial Safety Factors for the Tensile Strength - M Frese, H J Blaß