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Daily Archives: 19-July-2016
I am an amateur carpenter, and I work hard to ensure that I always comply with the applicable building codes. The various codes include requirements for a properly nailed joint (examples). Since I like to understand where these requirements come from, I have been the reading some sections of the National Design Specification for Wood Construction (NDS) that address fastening. During my reading, I saw many interesting formulas associated with determining the NDS design ratings for nail withdrawal (covered here) and lateral force resistance – the subject of this post. Continue reading