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Glasnik Šumarskog fakulteta
2016, iss. 113, pp. 35-46
article language: Serbian, English
document type: Original Scientific Paper
published on: 08/07/2016
doi: 10.2298/GSF151109001D
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The effect of shoulder on the strength of the oval tenon-mortise joint
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Forestry



This paper presents the results of a parallel examination on the strength of oval tenonmortise joints in two groups of test joints. Joints from group A were made with both shoulders of tenon, while joints from group B were made without the lower shoulder. Examination of strength was conducted on a chair joints rear leg-rail. The results of the examination indicated that joints in group A had a higher average bending moment capacity in comparison with the joints in group B. However, the significance of difference in strength between the two groups of joints was not confirmed by the statistical analysis.


strength; oval tenon-mortise joint; shoulder of tenon; rear leg-rail; chair


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