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Introduction to Softwoods, Hardwoods, and Lumber Terminology Introduction to Western Wood Products Association (WWPA) and Southern Pine Inspection Bureau (SPIB) American Lumber Standards Committee (ALSC) and Wood Preservatives ALSC Pressure-Treated Wood-Stamp Markings ALSC Registered Trademarks Moisture Content in Lumber 4.4.0 4.4.1 Western Lumber Species and Grades Species Identification and Facsimile Grade Stamps Design Values for Various Species of Western Wood Products Scaffold Plank Sizes and Design Values—Western Wood Products Relative Properties—Western Wood Products Specific Gravity and Thermal Conductivity—Western Wood Products Specifying Rough Carpentry Materials Adjustment Factors for Base Values of Western Wood Products Additional Adjustment Factors for Western Wood Dimension Lumber Standard Sizes for Western Wood Finish and Selects (Dry Lumber) Standard Sizes for Western Wood Common Boards, Studs, and Battens Appearance Lumber—Western Wood Framing Lumber—Western Wood, Shear, Compression, Modulus of Elasticity—Illustrated Framing Lumber—Western Wood—Nominal and Dressed Sizes Dimension Lumber—Western Wood—Grades and Uses Floor Joist Spans—Western Wood Ceiling Joist Spans—Western Wood Properties of S4S (Square Four Sides) Lumber Timbers—Western Wood Beams, Stringers, Post, and Timbers—Western Wood MSR Lumber—Western Wood Patio Decking—Western Wood Specifying Finish Carpentry Materials—Western Wood Industrial Lumber—Categories—Western Wood Industrial Lumber—Standard Sizes American Softwood Standards for Boards and Timbers American Softwood Standards for Shiplap and Centermatch Lumber American Softwood Standards for Worked Lumber American Softwood Standards for Siding (19% Moisture Content) American Softwood Standards for Finish, Floor, and Ceiling Partition Lumber Specifying Southern Pine Lumber (Grade Stamp Markings) Southern Pine Span Tables 4.6.1 Spans for Various Southern Pine Species Extent of Notching of Structural Pine Framing Members Southern Pine Rafter Spans and Birdsmouth Data Conversion Diagram for Southern Pine Rafters Properties of Sections of Southern Pine Framing Members Standard Sizes of Southern Pine Dimension Lumber, Boards, and Decking Southern Pine Header Load Tables and Connection Details Southern Pine Rafter Framing Details Southern Pine Floor Joist Framing Details Additional Floor Joist Framing Details Southern Pine Inspection Bureau Grading Rules for Decking Southern Pine Inspection Bureau Grading Rules for Finish and Boards Southern Pine Inspection Bureau Grading Rules for 2" Dimensions Southern Pine Wood-Preservative Retention Standards Knots and How to Measure Them Permissible Deviations from True Plane—Bows, Crooks, Cup Commercial Names of the Principal Softwood Species Fasteners for Lumber Nailing Schedule for Framing Lumber Basic Fastener Styles Nominal Dimensions of Nails and Staples Nail and Staples Withdrawal Design Values Wall Framing Nailing Schedule with Illustrations Ceiling and Roof Framing Nailing Schedule with Illustrations Floor Framing Nailing Schedule with Illustrations Summary of Use of Fasteners for Framing Allowable Spacing of Fasteners for Subfloor Underlayment Allowable Spacing of Fasteners for Sheathing to Wood Framing Wall Sheathing, Panel Siding, and Underlayment Nailing Schedules Fasteners for Roof and Wall Shingles Staple Usage for Wall, Ceilings, Soffits Wood Dowel Bearing Strength—by Species Typical Joist Perimeter Framing Details Typical Joist Bearing on Studwall Detail Typical Joist Bearing on CMU Wall Detail Typical Joist Bearing on Interior CMU Wall Detail Typical Joist Connections to Steel Detail Typical Joist Connections to Steel—at Roof and Floor Level Typical Joint and Exterior Deck Detail Typical 2× Rafter Bearing on Studwall Detail Typical 2× Rafter Nonbearing Wall Detail Another Typical 2× Rafter Nonbearing Wall Detail Typical 2× Framing Details at Roof Ridge Typical Framing Details at Stairs Lumber Industry Abbreviations 4.26.0 4.26.0 4.26.0 Rough Carpentry—Quality Control Checklist Finish Carpentry—Quality Control Checklist
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Wood and Lumber Products 1010401 Wood and Lumber Products Contents The numerous species of wood can be divided into two basic classifications: softwood and hardwood. These classifications do not necessarily refer to the hardness or softness of the species, but rather to the type of tree from which the wood is taken. Introduction to Softwoods, Hardwoods, and Lu…
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