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Murphy LVL TechnicalDesign Guide2.0E, 2.1E, 2.2E

Murphy CompanyFor over 100 years, Murphy Company hasmanufactured wood products for discerningcustomers who demand quality.From green and dry softwood veneer (WhiteCity and Foster, OR and Elma, WA), to softwoodplywood (Rogue River, OR), Hardwood Plywood(Eugene, OR), or Engineered Douglas-fir LVL(Sutherlin, OR), we understand our customers’needs and provide solutions for demandingmarket conditions.Controlling the entire process, from “log tofinished product,” allows us to customize yourproduct at a competitive price.Douglas fir LVLProviding the superior performance and durability of engineered wood, Murphy Company LVL is perfectlysuited to spans bearing heavy loads and multi-span applications. Common problems associated with lumbersizes – like decreased dimensional stability and uniformity – do not apply to our LVL, which utilizesultrasonically tested and graded Douglas fir veneer.Engineered for QualityChecking is minimized because MurphyCompany LVL is cured in a controlled process inwhich water-proof adhesives boost stability andreduce warps and twists. All products aremachine-ripped to generate uniform size andrigid, flat surfaces with inherently superiornail-holding characteristics.We are confident that our products will provideour customers with consistent highperformance when handled and installed inaccordance with our installation instructions.Tested for strength and engineered for quality,Murphy Company LVL represents our ongoingcommitment to unsurpassed performance andservice.Murphy Company LVL is third-party inspectedand audited for quality by APA (The EngineeredWood Association), a leading industry qualityassurance organization.Murphy Company LVL Design Guide - PG. 2General notes for this product guide:1. All tables assume dry conditions. Calculations are based onNDS and IBC and ICC-ESR#2913.2. Lateral support of the compression edge of all beams must beprovided at 24” on center.3. Application tables include live load reductions applied inaccordance with 2018 IBC.4. Tables apply to Dead, Floor Live, Roof Live and Snow loads.Lateral loads must be considered by the building designer.5. This design manual is intended to be used for preliminarydesign purposes; a complete structural analysis should beperformed by a design professional.6. Beams that are 1-3/4” x 16” and deeper require multiple plies.

LVL Design PropertiesAllowable Design Properties – 3 1 2"Allowable Design Properties – 1 3 4"Max. Vertical Shear(lbs)DepthMax. Bending Moment(ft-lbs)EI(x 106 Weightlbs-in) (plf)Max. Vertical Shear(lbs)DepthMax. Bending Moment(ft-lbs)EI(x 106 Weightlbs-in) (plf)100%115%125%100%115%125%100%115%125%100%115%5 1/2186121402326262330163279492.515 1/2372242804652524660336557975.017 1/42453282130664336498754211113.307 1/449065642613286739974108412226.619 1/43130359939126756777084452314.229 1/46259719878241351215539168904628.439 1/23214369640187092815688652504.339 1/26428739380351418416312177305008.6611 1/4380643774758964811095120594155.1311 1/476138754951619295221892411983110.2511 7/84018462050221064512242133064885.4111 06421.87Allowable Design Properties – 7"Allowable Design Properties – 51 4"DepthMax. Vertical Shear(lbs)125%Max. Bending Moment(ft-lbs)EI(x 106 Weightlbs-in) (plf)Max. Vertical Shear(lbs)DepthMax. Bending Moment(ft-lbs)EI(x 106 Weightlbs-in) 25%9 1/49389107971173620268233092533569312.659 1/412518143961564827024310783378192316.869 1/29643110891205321276244682659575012.999 0919031385904437948238166120.5111 /4114191313214273289433328436178124615.3811 1/411 7/8120531386115066319363672639919146516.2411 4360280143045090777104394 113471680432.8112.0E, 2.1E, 2.2E LVL Allowable Design StressesBending Fb 3100 psi (Adjust Fb value by a factor of (12/d)0.18 where d depth.)Horizontal Shear Fv 290 psiModulus of Elasticity E 2.0, 2.1E, 2.2ECompression Perpendicular to Grain Fc 750 psiCompression Parallel to Grain fc 3,200 psi2.0E, 2.1E, 2.2E LVL Floor BeamsApplication Table – 2.0E, 2.1E, 2.2E Floor Beams - 13/4" WidthWidth ofBuilding24'28'32'36'40'Beam Span11'12'13'14'15'16'17'18'19'20'2 - 11 1/42 - 11 1/42 - 11 7/82 - 142 - 142 - 162 - 162 - 162 - 182 - 183 - 9 1/43 - 9 1/23 - 11 1/43 - 11 1/43 - 11 7/83 - 143 - 143 - 143 - 163 - 162 - 11 /42 - 11 /42 - 142 - 142 - 142 - 162 - 162 - 182 - 18*2 - 18*3 - 16113 - 9 1/43 - 11 1/43 - 11 1/43 - 11 7/83 - 143 - 143 - 143 - 163 - 162 - 11 1/42 - 11 7/82 - 142 - 142 - 162 - 16*2 - 16*2 - 18*2 - 18*3 - 183 - 9 1/23 - 11 1/43 - 11 1/43 - 11 7/83 - 143 - 143 - 143 - 163 - 164 - 162 - 11 1/42 - 142 - 142 - 142 - 16*2 - 16*2 - 18*2 - 18*3 - 163 - 183 - 11 1/43 - 11 1/43 - 11 7/83 - 143 - 143 - 143 - 163 - 164 - 164 - 162 - 11 7/82 - 142 - 14*2 - 16*2 - 16*2 - 18*2 - 18*3 - 163 - 183 - 183 - 11 1/43 - 11 1/43 - 11 7/83 - 143 - 143 - 143 - 164 - 144 - 164 - 16Width of BuildingBeam SpanNotes1. Table indicates the number of 13/4" wide LVL plies to be used for the given application.2. Span is based on the more restrictive of simple continuous beam span. Ratio of short span to long span should be greater than 0.4.3. Beam must be centered in building if floor joists are continuous over the top. Beam may be located off-center and “width of building”may be taken as 80% of the actual width if joists hang from beam and are simple span.4. Max beam deflection L/360 LL L/240 TL.5. 40 psf floor LL, 12 psf floor DL.6. Min. 3" bearing each end, 71/2" interior bearing length (*indicates 41/2" end bearing and/or 111/4" interior bearing length).Murphy Company LVL Design Guide - PG. 3

Garage Door HeadersThese tables provide two selections for supporting roof loads overstandard garage-door openings in various conditions.Beam SpanWidth of Building1-Story Application Table - 2.0E, 2.1E, 2.2E Garage Door Headers - 13/4" WidthWidthofBuilding20'24'28'32'36'Snow 115%25 psf LL 20 psf DL9' 3"Non-Snow 125%30 psf LL 20 psf DL40 psf LL 20 psf DL20 psf LL 15 psf DL20 psf LL 20 psf DL20 psf LL 25 psf DL16' 3"18' 3"9' 3"16' 3"18' 3"9' 3"16' 3" 18' 3"9' 3"16' 3" 18' 3"9' 3"16' 3"18' 3"9' 3"16' 3"18' 3"2 - 7 1/4 2 - 117/82 - 142 - 7 1/4 2 - 117/82 - 142 - 7 1/42 - 142 - 142 - 71/4 2 - 111/4 2 - 117/82 - 71/42 - 111/42 - 142 - 7 1/4 2 - 117/82 - 14-3 - 111/4-3 - 5 1/23 - 51/23 - 91/23 - 111/42 - 142 - 16*2 - 7 1/4 2 - 111/42 - 142 - 71/42 - 117/82 - 143 - 7 /4 3 - 11 /83 - 143 - 5 /23 - 11 /4-2 - 7 1/4 2 - 117/82 - 142 - 71/4-3 - 111/4 3 - 111/42 - 71/4 2 - 117/83 - 111/4 3 - 117/82 - 142 - 14-3 - 11 /4-2 - 142 - 162 - 91/42 - 16*2 - 16*3 - 7 /4 3 - 11 /43 - 143 - 7 /43 - 143 - 142 - 162 - 91/42 - 16*2 - 91/42 - 16*2 - 18*3 - 71/4 3 - 117/83 - 143 - 71/4 3 - 117/83 - 143 - 7 1/43 - 143 - 14-2 - 9 /42 - 16*2 - 9 /42 - 16*2 - 18*2 - 9 /42 - 16*2 - 18*2 - 7 /42 - 142 - 143 - 143 - 71/43 - 143 - 14-3 - 143 - 16-3 - 111/4-3 - 11 /4 3 - 11 /8172 - 71/42 - 142 - 14-3 - 11 /4-2 - 91/42 - 14112 - 143 - 71/4 3 - 117/812 - 91/4112 - 1412 - 9 1/43 - 91/4 3 - 111/42 - 71/4-2 - 14-1117-1-13 - 11 /4 3 - 11 /412 - 7 1/4 2 - 117/812 - 143 - 111/4 3 - 117/813 - 11 /4 3 - 11 /4112 - 142 - 14-3 - 111/4 3 - 111/42 - 7 1/4 2 - 117/8-2 - 143 - 111/4 3 - 117/82 - 71/42 - 14-3 - 111/4-2 - 142 - 91/42 - 142 - 163 - 111/4-3 - 71/43 - 117/83 - 142 - 9 /42 - 142 - 162 - 9 /42 - 142 - 16*3 - 71/43 - 111/43 - 143 - 71/43 - 117/83 - 14-3 - 11 /4 3 - 11 /8172 - 71/42 - 14112 - 14Notes:1. Table indicates the number of 13/4" wide LVL plies to be used for the given application.2. Assumes simple span measured from the inside face of bearing. Assumed bearing length is 3" each end (* indicates 41/2" end bearing).3. Roof truss framing with 24" soffits.4. Maximum beam deflection L/240 LL, L/180 TL.5. Table indicates LVL beams laterally braced at the top edge at maximum 24" o.c. by framing fastened directly to the LVL or to single or double top plate nailed to the LVL.Dropped headers (with cripple studs above) may have reduced capacity due to unbraced length and are beyond the scope of this table.SupportAccounting for a second-story floor and wall, these tables provide two selections forsupporting roof loads over standard garage-door openings in various conditions.Beam SpanWidth of Building2-Story Application Table - 2.0E, 2.1E, 2.2E Garage Door Headers - 13/4" WidthWidthofBuilding20'24'28'32'36'Snow 115%Non-Snow 125%25 psf LL 20 psf DL30 psf LL 20 psf DL40 psf LL 20 psf DL20 psf LL 15 psf DL20 psf LL 20 psf DL20 psf LL 25 psf DL9' 3"16' 3"18' 3"9' 3"16' 3"18' 3"9' 3"16' 3"18' 3"9' 3"16' 3"18' 3"9' 3"16' 3"18' 3"9' 3"16' 3"18' 3"2 - 9 1/42 - 162 - 18*2 - 9 1/42 - 16*2 - 18*2 - 9 1/42 - 16*2 - 18*2 - 9 1/42 - 142 - 162 - 9 1/42 - 162 - 162 - 9 1/42 - 162 - 18*-3 - 143 - 16-3 - 143 - 163 - 9 1/43 - 143 - 163 - 71/4-3 - 143 - 71/43 - 143 - 14-3 - 143 - 162 - 9 1/42 - 16*2 - 18*2 - 9 1/42 - 16*2 - 18*2 - 9 1/22 - 18*3 - 162 - 9 1/42 - 162 - 18*2 - 9 1/42 - 16*2 - 18*2 - 9 1/42 - 16*2 - 18*-3 - 143 - 16-3 - 143 - 163 - 9 1/43 - 16--3 - 143 - 16-3 - 143 - 16-3 - 143 - 162 - 9 /42 - 16*2 - 18*2 - 9 /22 - 18*3 - 182 - 111/42 - 18*3 - 18*2 - 9 1/4 2 - 16*2 - 18*2 - 9 1/42 - 16*2 - 18*2 - 9 1/42 - 16*2 - 18*-3 - 143 - 163 - 9 1/43 - 16-3 - 9 1/43 - 16-3 - 16--3 - 142 - 11 /4 2 - 18*3 - 18*2 - 11 /4 2 - 18*3 - 18* 2 - 111/43 - 16*3 - 18*--3 - 16*3 - 18*--113 - 9 1/43 - 162 - 11 /4 2 - 18*13 - 9 1/43 - 16*3 - 18*-113 - 9 1/43 - 162 - 11 /4 3 - 16*13 - 9 1/4--3 - 9 1/43 - 18* 2 - 11 /41-3 - 9 1/4-3 - 142 - 9 1/4 2 - 16* 2 - 18* 2 - 9 1/2-3 - 143 - 162 - 18*3 - 16-3 - 143 - 163 - 91/43 - 162 - 9 /2 2 - 18*3 - 182 - 11 /42 - 18*-3 - 91/43 - 161-3 - 1612 - 111/4 2 - 18*3 - 91/43 - 163 - 18* 2 - 111/4 2 - 18*-3 - 91/43 - 16*Notes:1. Table indicates the number of 13/4" wide LVL plies to be used for the given application.2. Assumes simple span measured from the inside face of bearing. Assumed bearing length is 3" each end (* indicates 41/2" end bearing).3. Roof truss framing with 24" soffits.4. Floor beam is located at the centerline of the building; 40 psf floor LL, 12 psf floor DL.5. Exterior wall weight of 80 plf.6. Max beam defl L/360 LL, L/240 TL.7. Table indicates LVL beams laterally braced at the top edge at maximum 24" o.c. by framing fastened directly to the LVL or to single or double top plate nailed to the LVL.Dropped headers (with cripple studs above) may have reduced capacity due to unbraced length and are beyond the scope of this table.Murphy Company LVL Design Guide - PG. 43 - 163 - 18*3 - 18*-

Window/Door HeadersThese tables provide two selections for supporting roof loads over roughopenings in various conditions.Width of BuildingBeam Span(s)1-Story Application Table - 2.0E, 2.1E, 2.2E Window & Door Headers - 13/4" WidthWidthofBuilding20'24'28'32'36'Snow 115%25 psf LL 20 psf DL6'8'9'2 - 5 /2 2 - 7 /41-13 - 5 /212 - 5 /2 2 - 7 /41-13 - 51/22 - 5 /2 2 - 7 /41-13 - 51/22 - 5 /2 2 - 7 /41-1--2 - 7 /412 - 7 /42 - 7 /42 - 7 /411-6'8'9'10'20 psf LL 15 psf DL12'2 - 7 /4 2 - 9 /4 2 - 5 /2 2 - 7 /4 2 - 7 /4 2 - 9 /4 2 - 9 /41-1-13 - 5 /211-13 - 7 /4116'8'2 - 5 /21--1-1-1-113 - 71/4 3 - 71/4113 - 9 1/4-9'20 psf LL 25 psf DL10'12'2 - 5 /2 2 - 7 /4 2 - 7 /4 2 - 9 /41-2 - 9 /4 2 - 9 /4 2 - 5 /2 2 - 7 /4 2 - 9 /4 2 - 9 /4 2 - 11 /4 2 - 5 /213 - 71/4112'11-2 - 5 /2 2 - 7 /4110'Non-Snow 125%40 psf LL 20 psf DL13 - 5 /2111-3 - 7 /412 - 5 /2 2 - 7 /4 2 - 7 /4 2 - 9 /41-13 - 51/211-3 - 71/42 - 9 /4 2 - 9 /4 2 - 5 /2 2 - 7 /4 2 - 9 /4 2 - 9 /4 2 - 11 /4 2 - 5 /22 - 7 /4 2 - 7 /4 2 - 7 /4 2 - 9 /43 - 71/43 - 51/211-1-1-13 - 71/41-113 - 9 1/4-11-11--2 - 7 /4 2 - 7 /4 2 - 9 /4 2 - 9 /43 - 71/4 3 - 9 1/43 - 51/211-1-13 - 71/41-113 - 9 1/4-11-113 - 71/4-2 - 9 /4 2 - 11 /4 2 - 7 /4 2 - 9 /4 2 - 9 /4 2 - 9 /2 2 - 11 /8 2 - 5 /22 - 7 /4 2 - 7 /4 2 - 9 /4 2 - 9 /43 - 7 /43 - 7 /4 3 - 9 /43 - 5 /21111111113 - 5 /2 3 - 7 /4 3 - 7 /4 3 - 9 /4111171--111-113 - 7 /4-1-8'2 - 5 /22 - 5 /22 - 5 /22 - 5 /2--12'1---3 - 71/4-2 - 7 /4 2 - 7 /4 2 - 9 1/4 2 - 9 1/411-3 - 71/4-2 - 7 /4 2 - 7 /4 2 - 9 1/4 2 -111/41112 - 7 1/4 2 - 7 1/4 2 - 9 1/4 2 - 9 1/43 - 51/2110'2 - 7 /4 2 - 7 /4 2 - 7 /4 2 - 9 1/43 - 51/219'13 - 51/21-2 - 9 /412 - 5 /21-2 - 9 /4 2 - 11 /4 2 - 5 /2 2 - 7 /4 2 - 9 /4 2 - 9 /4 2 - 11 /4 2 - 5 /216'1-3 - 71/4 3 - 9 1/42 - 7 /4 2 - 9 /4 2 - 9 1/4 2 -111/41-13 - 71/4 3 - 71/4 3 - 9 1/4Notes:1. Table indicates the number of 13/4" wide LVL plies to be used for the given application.2. Assumes simple span measured from the inside face of bearing. Assumed bearing length is 3" each end (* indicates 41/2" end bearing).3. Roof truss framing with 24" soffits.4. Maximum beam deflection L/240 LL, L/180 TL.5. Table indicates LVL beams laterally braced at the top edge at maximum 24" o.c. by framing fastened directly to the LVL or to single or double top plate nailed to the LVL.Dropped headers (with cripple studs above) may have reduced capacity due to unbraced length and are beyond the scope of this table.Accounting for a second-story floor and wall, these tables provide twoselections for supporting roof loads over rough openings in various conditions.Width of BuildingBeam Span(s)2-Story Application Table - 2.0E, 2.1E, 2.2E LVL Window & Door Headers - 13/4" WidthWidthofBuild