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AS 1684.1-1999
Residential timber-framed construction - Design criteria


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Document Type Standard
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Publisher:    Standards Australia
Committee TM-001
Supersedes:
DR 97320



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Abstract

Sets out design methods, assumptions and other criteria used in the preparation of the span tables, uplift forces and racking pressures contained within Parts 2, 3 and 4 of the AS 1684 series. It applies to the preparation of design data for residential timber-framed construction where the loading and performance requirements correspond to those for Class 1 and Class 10 buildings as defined by the Building Code of Australia.

Scope

This Standard sets out the design methods, assumptions and other criteria used in the preparation of the Span Tables, uplift forces and racking pressures contained within AS 1684.2, AS 1684.3 and AS 1684.4.

The design criteria apply for the preparation of design data for traditional timber-framed construction where the loading and performance requirements correspond to those for Class 1 and Class 10 buildings as defined by the Building Code of Australia.

This Standard should be read in conjunction with AS 1684.2, AS 1684.3 and AS 1684.4, the AS 1170 series, and AS 1720.1.

NOTE: Whilst this Standard may be used as a reference for the design of Class 10 buildings, less conservative levels of design for this building class may be permitted by building regulations and other Australian Standards.

Application

The design criteria contained herein may be used as a basis for the preparation of Span Tables and design data for structural wood products, having stress grades and sizes other than those included in AS 1684.2, AS 1684.3 and AS 1684.4 where the application and performance are claimed to be consistent with AS 1684.2, AS 1684.3 and AS 1684.4.

NOTE: The use of the design criteria contained in this Standard may provide evidence of satisfactory safety and serviceability performance.

History

First published as AS 1684.1-1999.

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