NON-DESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION OF TIMBER STRUCTURES IN A HISTORICAL BUILDING OF TIRADENTES, MG

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Luciana Barbosa de Abreu José Tarcísio Lima Giovanni Francisco Rabelo Francisco Carlos Gomes Paulo Fernando Trugilho Felipe de Souza Eloy

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Problems related to the durability of wood are commonly found in historical buildings structures. Preservation and conservation resolutions must be adopted, in order to avoid losses and substitutions, which mischaracterize buildings. Non-destructive methods for detecting deterioration should be used in order to substantiate decisions and increase the longevity of historical heritage. This work was carried out in order to perform non-destructive essays to infer about the integrity of a beam and a pillar of the original construction of the Sobrado Ramalho, a historical building of the city of Tiradentes, MG. The equipments utilized were the Stress Wave Timer and resistograph. Samples of the elements were taken for analysis of density. The results showed that, in both structures, to calculate the dynamic modulus of elasticity, there was no significant difference for the application of stress wave timer on the alignments studied. There was no significant difference between the directions of application of the resistograph on the pillar, due to its apparent entirety and regular sessions, practically square, and to not being loaded eccentrically. In the case of the beam, there was significant difference, presumably because it has cracks in its traction line. The equipments, unknown by professionals of heritage conservation allow promising methodologies for inspection of timber structures in service.

 

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ABREU, Luciana Barbosa de et al. NON-DESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION OF TIMBER STRUCTURES IN A HISTORICAL BUILDING OF TIRADENTES, MG. CERNE, [S.l.], v. 19, n. 3, p. 481-487, apr. 2016. ISSN 2317-6342. Available at: <http://cerne.ufla.br/site/index.php/CERNE/article/view/928>. Date accessed: 22 sep. 2019.
Keywords
Non destructive essay, historical heritage timber structure, deterioration, entirety.
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