The calculation is performed for a single-span beam made of solid timber.
Traditional solid timber is one of the most popular building materials when creating floors. Beams made of solid timber are made of softwood (less often deciduous) with a moisture content of more than 20% and are a log planed on four sides. Due to the simple production process, the cost of these products is minimal, but due to the natural inhomogeneities of the wood itself, the beams begin to deform over time, longitudinal cracks appear and the overlap gives a significant shrinkage.
We offer you to perform the calculation of the floor beam made of solid wood on the online calculator KALK.PRO. You can calculate the recommended cross-section of the beam or find out the required step of the beam, with known values of the span length and the calculated load on the floor. You will also have access to graphics in the form of adaptive drawings with the location of beams and a 3D model that is formed according to the specified parameters.
Our service takes into account the calculation method described in SNiP II-25-80 (SP 64.13330.2011), and also takes into account other reference sources. Detailed instructions for using the calculator can be found on the page of the section "Calculation of the beam".
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