OJCE  Vol.5 No.1 , March 2015
Development of a Hybrid Pin Joint with a Compressed Wooden Dowel and Metal Pipe
ABSTRACT
A newly developed hybrid pin (HP), composed of a compressed wooden dowel inserted into a stainless steel pipe is suggested in this research. This configuration is expected to grant high stiffness by bending performance of the metal pipe and rich ductility through shear deformation of compressed wooden dowel without brittle split of the joint member. Experimental tests were performed in order to verify your assumptions and pursue an optimum design. Double shear test perpendicular to the grain of HP was conducted with parameter of thickness and loading direction for base member for pin’s diameter. Rotational test for mortise and tenon joint inserted with HP was performed in order to evaluate the moment resisting performance. Consequently, the hybrid pin showed satisfactory performance as shear type fastener by virtues of not only relatively high stiffness but also rich ductility originated from the properties of each component, stain less steel pipe and compressed wood.

Cite this paper
Jung, K. and Nakamine, S. (2015) Development of a Hybrid Pin Joint with a Compressed Wooden Dowel and Metal Pipe. Open Journal of Civil Engineering, 5, 84-96. doi: 10.4236/ojce.2015.51009.
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