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List of INTER Abstracts, Concepcion 2020

The acceptance of abstracts will be administered by a review team chosen from the whole group of INTER members. In order to find a review team, the procedure will be as follows:

•    The titles of all  abstracts are now published on our homepage (see below)
•    INTER members may apply for the review team by sending an E-mail to Rainer Goerlacher∂partner.kit edu.

They should indicate which abstracts (part 1 or 2) they want to review. It is important that reviewers have a broad knowledge covering these topics proven by a number of own papers within these parts.

•    The chairman appoints the reviewers and they will receive a password for downloading the abstracts. Please note that the review should be performed within two weeks.

Abstracts Part 1 (for reviewers only, password required)

Abstracts Part 2 (for reviewers only, password required)

Scoring sheet (Excel) for the reviewers


Part 1

Timber Joints and Fasteners

7 - 1    Tenon joints – Alternative Methods to Consider Brittle Failure Modes - T Claus, W Seim
7 - 2    Connections with Inclined Screws and Increased Shear Plane Friction - S Aurand, H J Blaß
7 - 3    MNV Interaction in Laterally Loaded Dowel-Type Fasteners - H J Blass, E Kuck
7 - 4    FE Modelling of Timber Connections with Inclined and Cross-Wise Arranged Screws - New Findings on Testing the Shear Stiffness - B Azinović, M Frese
7 - 5    BiRods in Beech Hardwood – Pull-out Resistance and Design Recommendations - S Franke, B Franke, S Heubuch
7 - 6    Brittle Failure Mode of Timber Connections with one Row of Fasteners Loaded Parallel-to-grain: a New Model for Splitting Failure - M Yurrita, J M Cabrero
7 - 7    Experimental Analysis of Brittle Failure in Timber-to-Steel Connections with Small Diameter Fasteners Loaded Parallel-to-Grain - M Yurrita, J M Cabrero, H J Blaß
7 - 8    Glued-in rods in Timber Based Materials: from Solid Timber to CLT - A Bidakov, P Smirnov
7 - 9    Embedding Strength Prediction for European Hardwood Species - T Benistand, L Bleron, J-F Bocquet
7 - 10    Gap Reinforced Connection: A Novel Connection Type with Cyclic Behaviour Improvement for Timber Structures - R Araya, P Guindos
7 - 11    Experimental Analysis of Glued Perfobond Plate Connectors for Timber Concrete Composites (TCC) - E Appavuravther, B Vandoren, J Henriques
7 - 12    Nail slip in Light Timber Frame Shear Walls - F Boggian, A Salenikovich, R Tomasi
7 - 13    A Wood Species Independent Model to Predict the Withdrawal Capacity of Screws Inserted in Grain Direction - M Westermayr, J W G van de Kuilen
7 - 14    Beam-on-Foundation Modeling as an Alternative Design Method for Timber Joints with Dowel-Type Fasteners – Part 3: Second Order Theory Effects for Considering the Rope Effect - M Schweigler, T K Bader, R Lemaître, J-F Bocquet, M Vedovelli, C Sandhaas
7 - 15    Beam-on-Foundation Modelling as an Alternative Design Method for Timber Joints with Dowel-Type Fasteners – Part 4: Joints Subjected to In-Plane Loading - R Lemaître, J-F Bocquet, T K Bader, M Schweigler
7 - 16    Design Method of CLT Drift Pinned Connection - S Nakashima, Y Araki, N Miki, N Akiyama
7 - 17    Fatigue Behaviour of Notched Connections for Timber-Concrete-Composite Bridges - U Kuhlmann, S Mönch
7 - 18    Simplified Design Equations for Initial Stiffness of Dowel Type Fastener Joints - K Kobayashi
7 - 19    Rigid Glulam Joints with Glued-in Rods Subjected to Axial and Lateral Force Action - S Aicher, K Simon
7 - 20    Slotted-in Steel Plate Connections with Self-Perforating Dowels in CLT - E Tuhkanen


Part 2


Limit State Design

1 - 1    Review of the Reliability of Timber Structures in the 2020s - R Jockwer, J Köhler, G Fink

Stress Grading

5 - 1    Production Control for Machine Strength Graded Timber for Glulam - A Kovryga, A Khaloian-Sarnaghi, J W G van de Kuilen

Environmental Conditions

11 - 1    Quality Assurance and Design of Timber Structures Respecting the Moisture Content - M Schiere, B Franke, S Franke
11 - 2    An Unprotected CLT Building in Service Class 3 – Case Study - I Sustersic, A Sandak, J Sandak, B Dujic

Laminated Members

12 - 1    Characterization of Rolling Shear Creep for Cross Laminated Timber Panels - C Allemand, A Lebée, N Pinoteau, G Forêt
12 - 2    Shrinkage Behaviour of Reinforced Glulam Members - M Danzer, P Dietsch, S Winter
12 - 3    Quality Assurance of Glued Timber Trusses - T Poutanen, S Pursiainen, J Mäkinen, O Asp, T Länsivaara
12 - 4    Fracture Mechanics Based Design of CLT-plates – Notches at Supports and Half-and-Half Joints - E Serrano, H Danielsson
12 - 5    Numerical and Experimental Analysis of the Homogenization Effect in Glulam under Tension Load - C Tapia Camú, S Aicher
12 - 6    Usage of Two Strength Classes within a Single CLT Layer: Mixture Distributions and their Effects on Strength Properties - M Bacher, F Fontanini
12 - 7    Prediction of Torsional Stress at In‐plane Shear Loading of Cross Laminated Timber - H Danielsson, M Jeleč, E Serrano

Structural Stability

15 - 1    Embedment Stiffness with Triangular Stress Distribution and Design Method for Post-Tensioned Timber Rocking wall - T Nagashima, M Yano, K Tachibana
15 - 2    A Proposal for the Capacity Design of Multi-Storey CLT Buildings - D Casagrande, G Doudak
15 - 3    Numerical Analyses on Relations Between Ductility of Joint and Glulam Structures - T Tsuchimoto, R Azumi, T Miyake
15 - 4    Study in Seismic Behavior of Hybrid Structural Elements with Cross Laminated Timber - T Carrero, J Montaño, H Santa-María, P Guindos
15 - 5    Assessment of Seismic Design Factors and Proposal of Modification to Chilean Seismic Building Design Code (NCH 433) for Mid-Rise Wood Frame Buildings - H Santa María, Á Salinas, J J Ugarte, J L Almazán, P Guindos, A Opazo, F Benedetti, V Rosales, J Montaño, X Estrella, F Guiñez, S Berwart, S Cárcamo, A Jara


16 - 1    Fire Design of I-joists in Wall Assemblies - K N Mäger, A Just


20 - 1    Vibrations of Floors – Comparison of Measured Data and Suggested Design - P Hamm, T Toratti

Test Methods

21 - 1    Revision of Testing Standards for Determining the Seismic Capacity of Timber Connections and Assemblages According to the new Eurocode 8 - C Sigrist, D Casagrande, M Piazza, A Polastri, W Seim


22 - 1    Quantifying Robustness in Tall Timber Buildings - K Voulpiotis, J Köhler, R Jockwer, A Frangi