Clouston, Peggi

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Associate Professor, Department of Environmental Conservation
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Computational Modeling of Mechanical Properties of Structural Composite Lumber
Cyclic Behavior of Slender Dowel-Type Fasteners in Wood/Steel Connectors
Design and Use of Continuous Wood-Concrete Composite Systems
Mill Renovation in Massachusetts using Wood-Concrete Composites
Torsional Shear Strength and Size Effect of of Structural Composite Lumber
Dr. Clouston teaches courses in structural wood design, material mechanics and bio-based composites to students of architecture, engineering and construction technology. Her research focuses on the structural behavior of biobased composite structures and innovative wood products. Research topics include: wood-concrete composite systems, local species Cross Laminated Timber (CLT), innovative timber connections, and computational modeling of Structural Composite Lumber.
Dr. Clouston is a registered professional engineer (APEGBC) and a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers. She serves on numerous national review panels and committees and is founder of the UMass Professional Masters Option in Green Building (now part of the Environmental Conservation graduate program) as well as the UMass Wood Structures Symposium.

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