Structural Wood Detailing in CAD Format by Kamil A. ZayatStructural Wood Detailing in CAD Format by Kamil A. Zayat

Structural Wood Detailing in CAD Format

byKamil A. Zayat

Paperback | October 3, 2013

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Structural Wood Detailing in CAD Format is a reference library for wood building construction. Engineers, architects, and contractors will find the book useful for daily use and practice. It provides structural details for building, which is a major factor in building design. Using a library of standard details saves much of the engineering time and money which was spent drawing the same details many times. This structural wood detailing book covers the two most important forces: vertical and lateral forces. For each detail the lateral resistance was carefully considered. The details have been created using professional experience to maintain economical construction costs and to create safe buildings. The book is divided into three major sections -ROOF, FLOOR, and FOUNDATION. The details in each chapter are further categorized by connections. For example, in the ROOF chapter there is a set of details for rafters connected to shear walls, another set for beams connected to posts or columns, and another set for hips connected to ridge beams. This method of dividing the chapters helps the user to become easily familiar with this reference book. Some of the details are combinations of wood and steel, or wood and masonry, or wood and wood. We have provided each detail on an 8-1/2 x 11 sheet. Each sheet contains the drawing itself, a description of the detail, a check list which summarizes the detail, and a small plan view which suggests the location on the structural drawing where the detail can be applied.
Title:Structural Wood Detailing in CAD FormatFormat:PaperbackDimensions:238 pagesPublished:October 3, 2013Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401049335

ISBN - 13:9789401049337

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Table of Contents

I. Roof.- Interior Sloped Roof Above Walls or Beams.- Typical detail for two roof rafters sloped downward above shear wall, roof rafters are not overlapping ROOF1.- Typical detail for two roof rafters sloped downward above shear wall, roof rafters are overlapped ROOF2.- Typical detail for two-sided unequal-slope roof, roof rafters parallel to shear wall ROOF3.- Typical detail for two-sided unequal-height unequal-spacing unequal-slope roof, roof rafters above shear wall ROOF4.- Typical detail for lateral horizontal strap collector, roof rafters perpendicular to shear wall ROOF5.- Typical detail for sloped rafter against ridge beam ROOF6.- Typical detail for T&G sloped downward above ridge beam ROOF7.- Typical detail for sloped downward, notched roof rafters above ridge beam ROOF8.- Typical detail for roof rafters above steel beam ROOF9.- Typical detail for two-sided up-sloped T&G above beam ROOF10.- Typical detail for two-sided up-sloped rafter against hip beam ROOF11.- Typical detail for two-sided roof rafters up-sloped above hip beam ROOF12.- Roof Sloped (Single Diaphragm) at Edges Above Walls or Beams.- Typical detail for two-sided rafters of different heights with the same slope and the same spacing ROOF13.- Typical detail for roof rafter above shear wall ROOF14.- Typical detail for roof rafters parallel to shear wall ROOF15.- Typical detail between roof rafters and shear wall, roof rafters perpendicular to shear wall ROOF16.- Typical detail for continuous roof rafters above shear wall, roof rafters perpendicular to shear wall ROOF17.- Typical detail for one side sloped rafter against ridge beam ROOF18.- Typical detail for one side sloped roof rafter above ridge beam ROOF19.- Typical detail for roof rafters sloped upward above ridge beam ROOF20.- Typical detail for roof rafters sloped upward above steel beam ROOF21.- Typical detail for roof rafter above steel beam ROOF22.- Sloped Roof at Edge With Ceiling Beam Above Walls or Beams.- Typical detail for ceiling beam nailed to roof rafter above shear wall ROOF23.- Typical detail for roof rafters above header beam, ceiling beam against header beam ROOF24.- Typical detail for roof rafter nailed against roof rafter above header beam ROOF25.- Sloped Roof Edge (Double Diaphragm) Above Walls or Beams.- Typical detail for roof rafters above ceiling and ceiling beams (double diaphragm) parallel to shear wall ROOF26.- Typical detail for roof rafters above ceiling beams, ceiling beam above shear wall, double diaphragm ROOF27.- Typical detail for roof rafters above header beam, ceiling beam against header beam, double diaphragm ROOF28.- Typical detail for roof rafters above ceiling beams, ceiling beams above header beam, double diaphragm ROOF29.- Flat Roof.- Typical detail for flush framing ridge beam and roof rafters ROOF30.- Typical detail for shear wall above beam, tapered roof rafters against beam ROOF1.- Typical detail for one side tapered roof rafters above header beam ROOF32.- Typical detail for tapered horizontal roof rafter against header beam ROOF33.- Typical detail for tapered horizontal roof rafters against header beam using fill ROOF34.- Typical detail for one side tapered roof rafters above shear wall ROOF35.- Sloped Roof Against Wall.- Typical detail for roof rafters against shear wall using ledger ROOF36.- Typical detail for roof rafters against shear wall, roof rafters nailed against wood studs ROOF37.- Ridges and Hips.- Typical detail between two hip beams and post under ridge beam ROOF38.- Typical detail between two hips and two ridge beams using hangers and bolts ROOF39.- Typical detail between two hips and two ridge beams using steel fabricated connector ROOF40.- Typical detail for two hips and ridge beam using exterior steel connectors ROOF41.- Typical detail for two hips and ridge beam using bolts ROOF42.- Typical detail between two hip beams, ridge, and GLB ROOF43.- Typical detail for tapered roof rafters against steel beam, roof rafters sloped downward against steel beam ROOF44.- Typical detail between two hip beams and ridge beam, using interior steel fabricated connector ROOF45.- Typical detail for wood ridge beam connected to steel frame with two hip beams using steel fabricated connector ROOF46.- Typical detail between ridge beam, steel frame, and hip beams, all hangers welded to steel frame ROOF47.- Typical detail for ridge beam against steel frame, hip beams against steel frame, using hangers and plate ROOF48.- Typical detail for roof rafter above steel beam and sloped roof rafter perpendicular to steel beam ROOF49.- Hip Lower Connection.- Typical detail for hip beam above corner of shear wall with elevation view ROOF50.- Typical detail for hip beam and post at corner ROOF51.- Typical detail for hip beam above two beams and post the at corner ROOF52.- Typical detail between hip and post connection resisting moment ROOF53.- Typical detail for hip and ridge beam ROOF54.- Four Upper Hips.- Typical detail for four hip beams above post using steel fabricated connector ROOF55.- Typical detail for four hip beams and post using hangers and straps ROOF56.- Typical detail for four hip beams above post using exterior fabricated connector ROOF57.- Trusses.- Typical detail for upper truss joint between two cords and vertical member ROOF58.- Typical detail for upper joint of wood truss using exterior steel plate and bolts ROOF59.- Typical detail for truss joint between upper continuous double-sloped cord member with vertical and diagonal double member ROOF60.- Typical detail for truss joint between continuous upper cord members and vertical and diagonal members, using exterior plate ROOF61.- Typical detail for truss joint between continuous lower cord member and vertical and diagonal members, using steel connector ROOF62.- Typical detail for truss joint between continuous lower cord member and vertical member, using steel connector ROOF63.- Typical detail for truss joint between continuous lower double member and vertical double member ROOF64.- Typical detail for truss joint between continuous lower member and vertical and diagonal members ROOF65.- Typical detail for truss joint at support using exterior steel or wood connector ROOF66.- Typical detail for truss joint at support using interior steel connector ROOF67.- Typical detail for lateral shear transfer connection between truss and shear wall ROOF68.- Diagonal With Steel Frame.- Typical detail for horizontal strap welded to steel frame, wood beam against steel frame ROOF69.- Typical detail for wood beam above steel frame ROOF70.- Typical detail for wood beam against steel frame, roof rafters perpendicular to steel frame ROOF71.- Steel Roof Beam.- Typical detail for steel roof beam above steel beam, using bolts ROOF72.- Typical detail for steel roof beam above wood beam ROOF73.- Typical detail for steel moment connection using bolts ROOF74.- Typical detail for steel moment connection using weld ROOF75.- Typical detail for steel beam above shear wall ROOF76.- Miscellaneous.- Typical detail for skylight ROOF77.- Typical detail for end roof beam cantilever ROOF78.- Typical detail for sloped 2x2 above wood beam with brace ROOF79.- Typical detail for horizontal 2x2 above beam at corner of beam above beam ROOF80.- Typical detail between ceiling and rafter beam, using steel connector ROOF81.- Typical detail for ceiling beam nailed against roof rafters ROOF82.- II. Floor.- Walls and Floor.- Balloon framing, interior shear wall, joists perpendicular to shear wall, shear transfer detail between floors FLOOR1.- Balloon framing, joists perpendicular to shear wall FLOOR2.- Platform framing, joists perpendicular to shear wall, interior shear wall transfer detail between two stories FLOOR3.- Typical detail for floor joists or roof rafters above shear wall, perpendicular to shear wall FLOOR4.- Typical detail for floor joists, one side parallel to shear wall and another side perpendicular to shear wall FLOOR5.- Typical detail for floor joists parallel to shear wall FLOOR6.- Balloon framing, one side floor joists, floor joists above ledger FLOOR7.- Platform framing, floor joists parallel to shear wall, interior wall, shear transfer detail between two stories FLOOR8.- Platform framing, floor joists parallel to shear wall, floor joists one side only FLOOR9.- Balloon framing, interior shear wall, joists parallel to shear wall, between two stories FLOOR10.- Balloon framing, joists parallel to shear wall FLOOR11.- Typical detail for shear wall above steel beam, steel beam welded to steel beam FLOOR12.- Typical detail for TJI floor joists perpendicular to steel beam, steel beam inside floor with shear wall FLOOR13.- Typical detail for shear wall above wood beam and floor joists nailed to wood beam FLOOR14.- Typical detail for shear wall above wood beam and TJI parallel to wood beam FLOOR15.- Typical detail for shear wall above wood beam with two-sided floor joists against wood beam FLOOR16.- Typical detail for shear wall above floor joists, floor joists above floor beam, and roof rafters supported by hanger against floor beam FLOOR17.- Typical detail for TJI perpendicular to shear wall FLOOR18.- Typical detail for continuous tapered floor joists above shear wall FLOOR19.- Joists and Beams.- Typical detail for continuous T&G above beam FLOOR20.- Typical detail for drag strap connection, with beam perpendicular to beam and floor joists parallel to beam FLOOR21.- Typical detail for TJI cantilevered above GLB FLOOR22.- Typical detail for recessed floor FLOOR23.- Typical detail for steel beam against steel, and wood beam against steel beam with horizontal drag strap FLOOR24.- Typical detail for TJI floor joists parallel to steel beam FLOOR25.- Typical detail for TJI floor joists perpendicular to steel beam FLOOR26.- Typical detail for continuous floor joists above concrete beam FLOOR27.- Typical detail for flush framing joists to wood beam FLOOR28.- Typical detail for two-sided unegual-height floor joists parallel to shear wall FLOOR29.- Typical detail for blocking and strapping FLOOR30.- Typical detail for two-sided unequal-height floor joists perpendicular to shear wall FLOOR31.- Typical detail for unequal-height floor joists with unequal spacing, perpendicular to shear wall FLOOR32.- Typical detail for TJI with stepped diaphragm and parallel floor joists FLOOR33.- Typical detail for TJI with stepped diaphragm and parallel floor joists FLOOR34.- Beams and Posts, Wood/Wood.- Typical detail for continuous beam above post and beam perpendicular to continuous beam FLOOR35.- Typical detail for post above beam FLOOR36.- Typical detail for beam end above post FLOOR37.- Typical detail for post above beam and under beam FLOOR38.- Typical detail for continuous beam above post FLOOR39.- Typical detail for continuous beam above post and under post FLOOR40.- Typical detail for beam above beam above post FLOOR41.- Typical detail for connection between beam and post, connection resisting moment and shear FLOOR42.- Typical detail for continuous beam above post and two beams perpendicular to beam FLOOR43.- Typical detail for two beam ends above post with horizontal strap on the top FLOOR44.- Steel Beams and Steel Columns.- Typical detail for continuous steel beam above steel column FLOOR45.- Typical detail for steel beam end welded to steel column FLOOR46.- Typical detail for steel beam bolted to steel column, pinned connection FLOOR47.- Beams and Posts, Wood/Steel.- Typical detail for two ends of GLB above steel column with horizontal strap FLOOR48.- Typical detail for TJI perpendicular to ledger bolted to steel column FLOOR49.- Typical detail for end of GLB above steel column FLOOR50.- Typical detail for continuous steel beam above post and under wood post FLOOR51.- Typical detail for end of steel beam above post, steel beam bolted to steel beam FLOOR52.- Typical detail for wood beam against steel column using hanger FLOOR53.- Typical detail between two wood members using steel plate connector FLOOR54.- Beams With Beams.- Typical detail for two beams perpendicular to GLB FLOOR55.- Typical detail for two beams perpendicular to beam with stepped diaphragm FLOOR56.- Typical detail for beam perpendicular to beam FLOOR57.- Typical detail for GLB continuous above wood beam with wood stiffener FLOOR58.- Typical detail for holdown between two stories, floor joists perpendicular to shear wall FLOOR59.- Vertical Straps and Holdowns.- Typical detail for holdown above beam and floor joists parallel to beam FLOOR60.- Typical detail for floor joists between two stories, floor joists perpendicular to shear wall FLOOR61.- Typical detail for floor joists between two stories, floor joists parallel to shear wall FLOOR62.- Typical detail for shear wall above open web truss with vertical strap, floor joists perpendicular to truss FLOOR63.- Typical detail for shear wall above beam with vertical strap and floor joists parallel to shear wal FLOOR64 l.- Horizontal Straps.- Typical detail for horizontal strap between header beam and shear wall, strap under header beam FLOOR65.- Typical detail for horizontal strap between header beam and shear wall, strap above header beam FLOOR66.- Typical detail for horizontal strap welded to steel column, floor joists perpendicular to shear wall FLOOR67.- Typical detail for horizontal strap against header beam FLOOR68.- Typical splice double top plate connection FLOOR69.- Typical detail for horizontal strap between two shifted shear walls FLOOR70.- Typical detail for horizontal strap nailed against top plates welded to steel column FLOOR71.- Moment Frame.- Typical detail for connection between steel column and beam upper corner FLOOR72.- Typical detail for connection between steel column and beam at mid-height of column FLOOR73.- Miscellaneous.- Typical detail for cantilever nailed against floor joist FLOOR74.- Typical detail for cantilever nailed against floor joist, unequal spacing FLOOR75.- Typical detail for handrail nailed to cantilever floor joists FLOOR76.- Typical detail for handrail parallel to floor joists FLOOR77.- Typical detail for box beam FLOOR78.- Typical detail for stair joist above floor joists FLOOR79.- Typical detail for upper stair joists against floor beam FLOOR80.- III. Foundations.- Typical detail for steel column against CMU or concrete wall FND1.- Floor Joists Against Wall.- Typical detail for floor joists parallel to CMU or concrete wall using ledger FND2.- Typical detail for floor joists perpendicular to CMU or concrete wall FND3.- Concrete Slab Then Wall Above Wall.- Typical detail for shear wall above retaining wall FND4.- Typical detail for concrete slab above CMU wall and shear wall above concrete slab FND5.- Typical detail for concrete slab on the top of CMU and concrete slab above CMU restrained retaining wall FND6.- Typical detail for shear wall above retaining wall and concrete slab against retaining wall FND7.- Typical detail for upper connection of restrained retaining wall and floor joists against concrete slab FND8.- Shoring.- Typical detail for steel pile shoring FND9.- Sections Through Flooring.- Typical detail for floor joists above stem wall and concrete slab against stem wall FND10.- Typical detail for continuous footing under shear wall with concrete slab FND11.- Typical detail for steel column above footing with concrete slab FND12.- Typical detail for floor joists above stem wall and concrete stair again stem wall FND13.- Typical detail for post with holdown at edge of exterior footing FND14.- Typical detail for post or double studs with PA at the edge of exterior footing FND15.- Typical detail for post above footing with concrete slab FND16.- Typical detail for elevated post base above footing with concrete slab FND17.- Typical detail for chimney above footing with concrete slab FND18.- Typical detail for steel column above deep footing FND19.- Typical detail for steel column above footing with grade beam FND20.- Typical detail for steel column embedded into concrete footing FND21.- Typical detail for deep footing with concrete slab and shear wall FND22.- Typical detail for deep footing with CMU wall and slab and shear wall FND23.- Typical detail for box column above footing FND24.- Typical detail for structural concrete slab above concrete stem wall with expansion joint FND25.- Typical footing for shear wall footing at garage FND26.- Typical detail for continuous footing under shear wall with concrete slab, exterior shear wall FND27.- Typical detail for stepped interior footing under shear wall FND28.- Typical detail for shear wall and floor joists above CMU stem wall FND29.- Typical detail for concrete slab above concrete footing and CMU above footing FND30.- Typical detail for shear wall above concrete stem wall with footing FND31.- Section Through Concrete Slab.- Typical detail for stepped concrete slab on grade/Typical detail for the end of the concrete slab on grade FND32.- Horizontal Section Through Wall.- Typical detail for intersection and corner between two CMU or concrete walls FND33.- Vertical Section Through Footing or Pilaster.- Typical detail for pilaster FND34.- Typical detail for post above concrete stem wall and floor joists above stem wall FND35.- Typical detail for GLB above pilaster CMU wall FND36.- Typical detail for connection between existing footing and new CMU wall FND37.- Typical detail for steel beam against pilaster CMU wall using bolts FND38.- Typical detail for steel column above pilaster CMU wall FND39.- Typical detail for steel beam above pilaster FND40.- Floor Joists and Shear Wall Above Wall.- Typical detail for floor joists against top edge of CMU wall FND41.- Typical detail for TJI parallel to concrete or CMU wall with shear wall FND42.- Typical detail for TJI perpendicular to concrete or CMU wall with shear wall FND43.- Flagpole.- Typical detail for flag pole embedded into concrete FND44.- Stepped Shear Wall.- Typical detail for shear wall above stepped footing FND45.- Remodeling.- Typical detail for new holdown above existing footing FND46.- Typical detail between existing and new slab FND47.- Typical detail for new concrete slab against existing concrete or CMU wall FND48.- Piers, Grade Beams, and Pools.- Typical detail for restrained CMU wall for swimming pool FND49.- Typical detail for grade beam above pier, concrete slab and CMU wall above grade beam FND50.- Typical detail for intersection between two grade beams and pier FND51.- Typical detail for grade beam above pier FND52.- Typical detail for intersection between two grade beams and pier at corner FND53.- Typical detail for intersection between two grade beams with pier, plan view FND54.- Typical detail for end pier FND55.- Typical detail for continuous grade beam above piers showing the splice for longitudinal reinforcement FND56.- Typical detail for post above concrete stem wall and floor joists above stem wall, vertical strap bolted to stem wall FND57.- Miscellaneous.- Typical detail for concrete column above footing with concrete slab FND58.- Products from CASA Utility.