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Title:Parametrična študija leseno-steklenih strižnih sten za uporabo v lahkih lesenih konstrukcijah
Authors:Frangež, Rok (Author)
Premrov, Miroslav (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Ber, Boštjan (Co-mentor)
Ivanič, Andrej (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf MAG_Frangez_Rok_2018.pdf (5,39 MB)
MD5: A8437E5AE87C7A3F44BBB1B02E6FFE00
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FGPA - Faculty of Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Architecture
Abstract:Zahteve moderne družbe po arhitekturno estetskih konstrukcijah in ekološki gradnji so vedno večje. Zaželene so velike transparentne površine na južni strani konstrukcije in les v glavni vlogi nosilnega materiala. Simbioza teh dveh materialov pa predstavlja problem pri dokazovanju stabilnosti konstrukcije, ki mora vzdržati projektnim horizontalnim obtežbam potresa in vetra. Magistrsko delo obravnava horizontalno nosilnost leseno-steklenih stenskih elementov, kjer so steklene ploskve fiksno pritrjene na lesen okvir s poliuretanskim adhezivom. Za boljše razumevanje tako dobljenega kompozita sta bili izvedeni eksperimentalna analiza na sedmih preizkušancih in numerična analiza s programsko opremo SolidWorks. Raziskan je bil vpliv debeline nanešenega adheziva, kjer je bil dokazan duktilen porušni mehanizem pri obeh skupinah. Pri numerični analizi je bil model kalibriran tako, da izkazuje podobne lastnosti kot mehanski eksperimenti, in nato parametrično raziskan vpliv širine leseno-steklenega elementa ter debeline adheziva.
Keywords:lesene konstrukcije, leseno-stekleni elementi, parametrična analiza, eksperimentalna analiza, monotoni statični preizkus, strižna nosilnost, poliuretan
Year of publishing:2018
Publisher:[A. Selinšek]
Source:Maribor
UDC:624.011.1.04(043.2)
COBISS_ID:21447702 New window
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:CYYLFBKM
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License:CC BY-NC-ND 4.0, Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International
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Licensing start date:06.02.2018

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Language:English
Title:Parametric study of timber-glass shear walls applied in lightweight timber structures
Abstract:The tendency for aesthetic constructions and use of ecological building materials is ever grater in modern society. The ideal constructions are built from timber as main construction material and have large transparent glass faces to the south side. But the use of these two materials is proven to be a challenging for assuring the required stability of the construction, since it has to withhold lateral forces as wind or earthquake. In this Master`s thesis, a research had been done on the racking resistance of timber-glass walls, where the insulating glass unit and timber frame are directly attached with an adhesive joint of polyurethane. For this purpose, an experimental research on seven specimens and several numerical analysis with software SolidWorks has been carried out. The effect of the thickness of the adhesive joint has been investigated, where a ductile behaviour has been proven for both timber-glass groups. A numerical numerical model has been calibrated so that it exhibits same characteristics as our experimental analysis. The main parameters, taken into account in the parametric study, beside the thickness of the adhesive joint, were the width of the glass panel.
Keywords:timber structures, timber-glass elements, parametric study, experimental analysis, shear strength, polyurethane


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