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Resisting Combined   Uplift and Shear with   Wood Structural   Panels   John “Buddy” Showalter, P.E.   VP, Technology Tran...
Outline          • 2008 Wind & Seismic Standard            Overview          • Combined Uplift and Shear          • Freque...
General OverviewScope:“The provisions of this documentcover materials, design andconstruction of wood members,fasteners, a...
General OverviewOutline• Chapter 1: Flowchart• Chapter 2: General Design  Requirements• Chapter 3: Members and  Connection...
Chapter 2 – Design Methodologies
Chapter 4 - Lateral Force-Resisting Systems  •   General  •   Wood Diaphragms  •   Wood Shear Walls  •   Covers in-plane w...
Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Wood structural panels (WSP) – Resist combined wind uplift and shear – Resist tension ...
Shear Wall - Parts  • Five parts of a shear wall      wood  2   structural                 1      panels                 w...
Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Table 4.4.1 Shear & Uplift – amount of available uplift capacity   beyond shear capacity
Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP•   Minimum panel thickness = 7/16“•   Vertical sheathing•   Minimum spacing of fastener...
Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Critical details  – Note minimum edge    distance is 1/2"
Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP Sheathing tension splice vs. shear blocking                                            ...
Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP                  Sheathing Splices per 4.4.1.7                                         ...
Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP  Multi-story – sheets splice at band joist                                      Nail sp...
Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP Multi-story – sheets splice at stud mid-heightCombinedUpliftShear
Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Example: Splice over studs  – 110 MPH Exposure B  – Uplift to resist: 277 plf     • Us...
Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Example: Splice over studs  – Uplift too high to allow multi-story    splice to occur ...
Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Example: Splice over studs                          Double row                        ...
Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Example: Splice over studs                          Single row                        ...
Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Example: Splice over studs                          Additional nails (n) required abov...
Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Example: Splice over studs                         Check field nailing requirements fo...
Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Uplift only case – Single or double row of fasteners – Tension not shear – Test verified
Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Default anchorage (4.4.1.6) – Anchor bolts at 16" o.c. with   3" x 3" x 0.229" steel p...
Wind & Seismic Standards• More details on changes• Wood Design Focus papers  – 2005 Special Design Provisions for Wind and...
Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: What about pneumatic nails or staples?A: Design capacities are provided in a   National Evalu...
Questions?• www.awc.org  – Online eCourses  – FAQ’s  – Calculators
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  1. 1. Resisting Combined Uplift and Shear with Wood Structural Panels John “Buddy” Showalter, P.E. VP, Technology Transfer American Wood Council www.awc.orgCopyright © 2010 American Wood Council. All rights reserved.
  2. 2. Outline • 2008 Wind & Seismic Standard Overview • Combined Uplift and Shear • Frequently Asked Questions
  3. 3. General OverviewScope:“The provisions of this documentcover materials, design andconstruction of wood members,fasteners, and assemblies toresist wind and seismic forces.“ASD and LRFD
  4. 4. General OverviewOutline• Chapter 1: Flowchart• Chapter 2: General Design Requirements• Chapter 3: Members and Connections• Chapter 4: Lateral Force Resisting Systems
  5. 5. Chapter 2 – Design Methodologies
  6. 6. Chapter 4 - Lateral Force-Resisting Systems • General • Wood Diaphragms • Wood Shear Walls • Covers in-plane wind and seismic load resistance of shear walls and diaphragms
  7. 7. Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Wood structural panels (WSP) – Resist combined wind uplift and shear – Resist tension only from wind uplift – Alternate to metal straps
  8. 8. Shear Wall - Parts • Five parts of a shear wall wood 2 structural 1 panels wood frame 3 nails 5 hold downs plate 4 anchors
  9. 9. Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Table 4.4.1 Shear & Uplift – amount of available uplift capacity beyond shear capacity
  10. 10. Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Minimum panel thickness = 7/16“• Vertical sheathing• Minimum spacing of fasteners in a row = 3“• Horizontal blocking• All shear wall types – Individual full-height – Perforated – Force-transfer Photo: APA
  11. 11. Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Critical details – Note minimum edge distance is 1/2"
  12. 12. Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP Sheathing tension splice vs. shear blocking (for shear) (deals with tension perp)
  13. 13. Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP Sheathing Splices per 4.4.1.7 Horizontal Number of No Horizontal Sheathing Sheathing Tension Sheathing Joint Stories Joint over Studs Splice over Studs over Studs One-Story No splice required •Blocking to resist Resists both shear shear (4.4.1.3) and uplift •Stud nailing to resist (4.4.1.7 Exception) uplift (4.4.1.7(2)) Multi-Story Nail spacing at common •Blocking to resist Resists both shear horizontal framing > 3″ single shear (4.4.1.3) and uplift row or > 6″ double row •Stud nailing to resist (4.4.1.7 Exception) (4.4.1.7 (1) and Fig. 4H) uplift (4.4.1.7(2))
  14. 14. Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP Multi-story – sheets splice at band joist Nail spacing limited to address tension perpCombinedUpliftShear 6″ o.c. minimum 3″ o.c. minimum
  15. 15. Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP Multi-story – sheets splice at stud mid-heightCombinedUpliftShear
  16. 16. Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Example: Splice over studs – 110 MPH Exposure B – Uplift to resist: 277 plf • Use (2.0 x 277 = 554 plf) and Table 4.4.1 below
  17. 17. Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Example: Splice over studs – Uplift too high to allow multi-story splice to occur over band joist, so design splice over studs
  18. 18. Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Example: Splice over studs Double row 8d nails @ 4″ o.c. 4 x 12 4x8
  19. 19. Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Example: Splice over studs Single row 8d nails @ 4″ o.c. See 4.4.1.7 (1) 4 x 12 4x8
  20. 20. Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Example: Splice over studs Additional nails (n) required above and below joint in studs to resist uplift capacity (4.4.1.7(2)): For 8d @ 4” & 12” ASD Capacity = 324 plf > 277 plf OK n = [324 x 16/12]/Z x C_D 4 x 12 = [324 x 16/12]/[67 x 1.6] = 4.03 use 4 nails per stud 4x8
  21. 21. Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Example: Splice over studs Check field nailing requirements for stud supporting 4 x 12 panel below the rim joist: Min. stud length on 4 x 12 panel below rim = 31.875” #nails/stud = 31.875”/12” + 1 = 3.65 nails = 4 nails Total # nails required/stud = 4 + 4 = 8 nails Spacing: 31.875”/(8-1) = 4.55” 4 x 12 Specify 4” o.c. in field 4x8
  22. 22. Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Uplift only case – Single or double row of fasteners – Tension not shear – Test verified
  23. 23. Combined Wind Uplift & Shear - WSP• Default anchorage (4.4.1.6) – Anchor bolts at 16" o.c. with 3" x 3" x 0.229" steel plate washer – Plate washer within ½" of sheathing face that provides uplift – Resist cross grain bending of bottom plate
  24. 24. Wind & Seismic Standards• More details on changes• Wood Design Focus papers – 2005 Special Design Provisions for Wind and Seismic (SDPWS) – 2008 Special Design Provisions for Wind and Seismic – Use of Wood Structural Panels to Resist Combined Shear and Uplift from Wind Download free at www.awc.org
  25. 25. Frequently Asked QuestionsQ: What about pneumatic nails or staples?A: Design capacities are provided in a National Evaluation Report held by International Staple and Nail Tool Association: www.isanta.org
  26. 26. Questions?• www.awc.org – Online eCourses – FAQ’s – Calculators

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