Timber Engineering Calculator contains 87 Calculators and Converters, that can quickly and easily calculate and convert different Timber and Civil Engineering parameters. Automatic & Accurate Calculations and Conversions with every Unit and Value Changes. Available in Imperial and Metric Units. Most Comprehensive Timber Engineering Calculator.

*** Available in Metric and Imperial Units ***

Timber Engineering Calculator contains following 55 Calculators:

• Area of Section (Rectangular and Square Beam)

• Moment of Inertia (Rectangular and Square Beam)

• Distance from Axis to Extremities of Section (Rectangular and Square Beam)

• Radius of Gyration (Rectangular and Square Beam)

• Section Modulus (Rectangular and Square Beam)

• Maximum Fiber Stress (Rectangular Timber Beam)

• Maximum Fiber Stress using Section Modulus (Rectangular Timber Beam)

• Horizontal Shearing Stress (Rectangular Timber Beam)

• Horizontal Shearing Stress (Rectangular Timber Beam with a notch in the lower face at the end)

• Modified Total End Shear (Concentrated Loads)

• Modified Total End Shear (Uniform Loading)

• Allowable Unit Stress on Timber Columns (Single Piece of Lumber/Group of Pieces glued together)

• Allowable Unit Stress on Timber Columns (Square/Rectangular Cross Section)

• Allowable Unit Stress on Timber Columns (Circular Cross Section)

• Allowable Unit Compressive Stress (Load is at an angle to the grain)

• Allowable Stress - Rectangular Section (National Design Specification)

• Allowable Compressive Stress inclined to grain (Hankinson's Equation)

• Extreme-Fiber Bending - Adjusted Design Value

• Tension - Adjusted Design Value

• Shear - Adjusted Design Value

• Compression perpendicular to the grain - Adjusted Design Value

• Compression parallel to the grain - Adjusted Design Value

• End grain in bearing parallel to the grain - Adjusted Design Value

• Modulus of Elasticity - Adjusted Design Value

• Size Factor

• Volume Factor (Southern Pine)

• Volume Factor (Other Species)

• Radial Stress induced by a Bending Moment

• Curvature Factor

• Bearing Area Factor

• Slenderness Ratio for Beams

• Allowable Withdrawal Load (Nails and Spikes penetration)

• Total Allowable Lateral Load - Group I Wood (Nails and Spikes penetration)

• Total Allowable Lateral Load - Group II Wood (Nails and Spikes penetration)

• Total Allowable Lateral Load - Group III Wood (Nails and Spikes penetration)

• Total Allowable Lateral Load - Group IV Wood (Nails and Spikes penetration)

• Allowable Withdrawal Load (Threaded portion of a Wood Screw penetration)

• Total Allowable Lateral Load - Group I Wood (Wood Screws penetration)

• Total Allowable Lateral Load - Group II Wood (Wood Screws penetration)

• Total Allowable Lateral Load - Group III Wood (Wood Screws penetration)

• Total Allowable Lateral Load - Group IV Wood (Wood Screws penetration)

• Bolts - Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading

• Split-Ring and Shear-Plate Connectors - Adjusted Value for Loading Parallel to Grain

• Split-Ring and Shear-Plate Connectors - Nominal Value for Loading Normal to Grain

• Nails and Spikes - Adjusted Design Value for Withdrawal

• Nails and Spikes - Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading

• Wood Screws - Adjusted Design Value for Withdrawal

• Wood Screws - Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading

• Lag Screws - Adjusted Design Value for Withdrawal

• Lag Screws - Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading

• Metal Plate Connectors - Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading

• Drift Bolts and Drift Pins - Adjusted Design Value for Withdrawal

• Drift Bolts and Drift Pins - Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading

• Spike Grids - Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading

• Stress and Deflection Factor (Ponding)

Timber Engineering Calculator also contains 32 Converters related to Timber and Civil Engineering.

Most Comprehensive Timber Engineering Calculator

*** Available in Metric and Imperial Units ***

Timber Engineering Calculator contains following 55 Calculators:

• Area of Section (Rectangular and Square Beam)

• Moment of Inertia (Rectangular and Square Beam)

• Distance from Axis to Extremities of Section (Rectangular and Square Beam)

• Radius of Gyration (Rectangular and Square Beam)

• Section Modulus (Rectangular and Square Beam)

• Maximum Fiber Stress (Rectangular Timber Beam)

• Maximum Fiber Stress using Section Modulus (Rectangular Timber Beam)

• Horizontal Shearing Stress (Rectangular Timber Beam)

• Horizontal Shearing Stress (Rectangular Timber Beam with a notch in the lower face at the end)

• Modified Total End Shear (Concentrated Loads)

• Modified Total End Shear (Uniform Loading)

• Allowable Unit Stress on Timber Columns (Single Piece of Lumber/Group of Pieces glued together)

• Allowable Unit Stress on Timber Columns (Square/Rectangular Cross Section)

• Allowable Unit Stress on Timber Columns (Circular Cross Section)

• Allowable Unit Compressive Stress (Load is at an angle to the grain)

• Allowable Stress - Rectangular Section (National Design Specification)

• Allowable Compressive Stress inclined to grain (Hankinson's Equation)

• Extreme-Fiber Bending - Adjusted Design Value

• Tension - Adjusted Design Value

• Shear - Adjusted Design Value

• Compression perpendicular to the grain - Adjusted Design Value

• Compression parallel to the grain - Adjusted Design Value

• End grain in bearing parallel to the grain - Adjusted Design Value

• Modulus of Elasticity - Adjusted Design Value

• Size Factor

• Volume Factor (Southern Pine)

• Volume Factor (Other Species)

• Radial Stress induced by a Bending Moment

• Curvature Factor

• Bearing Area Factor

• Slenderness Ratio for Beams

• Allowable Withdrawal Load (Nails and Spikes penetration)

• Total Allowable Lateral Load - Group I Wood (Nails and Spikes penetration)

• Total Allowable Lateral Load - Group II Wood (Nails and Spikes penetration)

• Total Allowable Lateral Load - Group III Wood (Nails and Spikes penetration)

• Total Allowable Lateral Load - Group IV Wood (Nails and Spikes penetration)

• Allowable Withdrawal Load (Threaded portion of a Wood Screw penetration)

• Total Allowable Lateral Load - Group I Wood (Wood Screws penetration)

• Total Allowable Lateral Load - Group II Wood (Wood Screws penetration)

• Total Allowable Lateral Load - Group III Wood (Wood Screws penetration)

• Total Allowable Lateral Load - Group IV Wood (Wood Screws penetration)

• Bolts - Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading

• Split-Ring and Shear-Plate Connectors - Adjusted Value for Loading Parallel to Grain

• Split-Ring and Shear-Plate Connectors - Nominal Value for Loading Normal to Grain

• Nails and Spikes - Adjusted Design Value for Withdrawal

• Nails and Spikes - Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading

• Wood Screws - Adjusted Design Value for Withdrawal

• Wood Screws - Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading

• Lag Screws - Adjusted Design Value for Withdrawal

• Lag Screws - Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading

• Metal Plate Connectors - Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading

• Drift Bolts and Drift Pins - Adjusted Design Value for Withdrawal

• Drift Bolts and Drift Pins - Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading

• Spike Grids - Adjusted Design Value for Lateral Loading

• Stress and Deflection Factor (Ponding)

Timber Engineering Calculator also contains 32 Converters related to Timber and Civil Engineering.

Most Comprehensive Timber Engineering Calculator