TSJSTri-State Jazz Society (Philadelphia, PA)
TSJSTriangle Seminar for Jewish Studies
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For joints subjected to the double-design impact load, stiffness (ending dead load and ending design load) increased for HJs but decreased (ending dead load stiffness) for TSJs, in part because of the different amounts of dynamic deflection that occurred during the impact loads.
The load deflection plots for TSJs reveal several similarities among the double-design impact group (Fig.
Evidence of a difference in dynamic deflection (for double-design impact load) between the HJs and TSJs was very significant (two-sided p-value of 2.E-06).
TSJs subjected to the accelerated ramp load produced the same results (strength and stiffness) as joints subjected to the static ramp load.
We determined TSJ stiffness for each joint using a secant stiffness approach, defined as the axial load divided by the corresponding axial deflection (TPI 1995).
Also, in an HJ, the angle between the teeth and the applied force results in distribution of the applied force over a smaller area than in a TSJ. The resulting higher stress on the wood fibers causes more wood densification.