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1083 1100 Iványi, M. Semi-rigid connections in steel frames, Part I. In M. Iványi, C. C. Baniotopoulos, (Ed), Semi-Rigid Connections in Structural Steelwork , CISM Courses and Lectures

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modelling J. Struct. Eng 1989 115 105 119 Ivanyi M., Baniotopoulos C. C. Semi-rigid

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Traditional timber joints behavior remains badly known. Recent studies have shown that some kind of carpentry joints can be considered as semi-rigid connections. Their rigidity (bending stiffness) in general sense plays an important role in computation of the global deformations and force distribution of timber roofing frames. Developments in computer-controlled manufacture of timber members enable a revival of traditional timber connections without steel fasteners. This study will focus on deformation, failure processes and bending stiffness of rafter-tie beam connection and modern tenon (dovetail) joint as secondary beam-main beam connection (both joints are made by CNC wood-working machine).

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Authors: Khairedin Abdalla, Dimitrios Kaziolas, Charalambos Baniotopoulos, and Muneer Badarneh

. Moment-rotations relations of semi-rigid connections with angles, Journal of Structural Engineering , ASCE, Vol. 116, No. 7, 1990, pp. 1813–1834. Chen W. Moment-rotations relations

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, “ Behavior of steel joints under fire loading ,” Steel Compos. Struct. , vol. 5 , no. 6 , pp. 485 ‒ 513 , 2005 . 10.12989/scs.2005.5.6.485 [2] L. C. Leston-Jones , “ The influence of semi-rigid connections on the performance of steel framed structures

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