This function gives you the design values for different strength classes.
These values are based on UNE-EN-338 for solid timber and UNE-EN-14080 for Glue Laminated timber.
Then the increase and decrease factors are applied in accordance with Eurocode 5 and CTE DB-SE-M.
These values will be used in the other functions implemented by WoodCalc.

Design Values
Example URL /DesignValues/?s=GL24h&service=1&LoadDuration=S&b=70&h=70&Ksys=true&Kh=true&gammaM=1.30&format=json
Method GET
URL Params Required:
The alpha-numeric code of the strength classes. A value from the next lists:
Softwood: C14, C16, C18, C20, C22, C24, C27, C30, C35, C40, C45 or C50.
Hardwood: D18, D24, D30, D35, D40, D50, D60 or D70
Homogenous Glue Laminated: GL20h, GL22h, GL24h, GL26h, GL28h or GL30h
Combined Glue Laminated: GL20c, GL22c, GL24c, GL26c, GL28c or GL30c

example: s=C14

service =[1|2|3]
The service class is indicated by introducing the number of the corresponding service class, 1, 2 or 3

example: service=1

LoadDuration =[I|S|M|L|P]
Load duration is indicated by introducing one of the following parameters : I, S,M L or P

example: LoadDuration=S

b =[Integer]
Width measured in millimeters(mm)

example: b=70

h =[Integer]
Depth measured in millimeters (mm)

example: h=70

Ksys =[true|false]
Load sharing factor. Introduce true or false for the load sharing factor to be considered or not, respectively.

example: Ksys=true

Kh =[true|false]
Depth factor. Introduce true or false for the depth factor to be considered or not, respectively. example: Ksys=true

gammaM =[float]
Partial factor for material properties, also accounting for model uncertainties and dimensional variations. This input is a number. example: gammaM=1.3

Choose the language you wish the output to be in. Indicate either json or xml.

example: format=json

Success Response Example:
Code: 200
Example content: {"fmd":"21.29","ft0d":"11.29","ft90d":"0.28","fc0d":"14.54","fc90d":"1.73","fvd":"2.77"}
Response Params fmd= Design bending strength.
ft0d= Design tensile strength along the grain.
ft90d= Design tensile strength perpendicular to the grain.
fc0d=Design compressive strength along the grain.
fc90d= Design compressive strength perpendicular to grain.
fvd= Design shear strength.

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