The goal of this study is to determine the shear and tension resistance capacity of a tenon connector made out of beech plywood for the connection of cross laminated timber wall elements. To determine the tensile and shear capacity of the connector according to EN 26 891 , tensile and shear tests were performed on cross laminated timber elements with thicknesses of 100 mm, 150mm and 180 mm which were connected with the pin connector. The sample set consisted of 36 test specimens of which were 18 tensile specimens and 18 shear specimens. For each test series, three tensile and three shear tests with the top layer parallel and perpendicular to the load direction were performed. The test specimens were stored for four weeks in normal climate at 20 ° C and 65% relative humidity before they were tested. The shear and tension capacity shows a substantially linear behaviour by increasing the length of the connector. In the tensile tests a transverse tension failure happened in the transverse layer. In the shear tests a plastic failure of the beech plywood connector happened.
Um die Systembauweise im Holzbau zu forcieren wird eine Verbindung für Holzflächenelemente entwickelt. Ziel ist es eine Verbindung zu schaffen welche die Arbeiten in Situ
minimiert und somit Zeit und Geld spart. Die wesentlichen Anforderungen an das Verbindungsmittel sind deshalb neben der sicheren Lastübertragung, der flächenbündige Einbau
im Werk, der Ausgleich von Toleranzen auf der Baustelle und die einfache und flexible