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The Effects of Heat Treatment on Some Mechanical Properties of Juvenile Wood and Mature Wood of Eucalyptus grandis
Heat treatment is a well-known method for modifying wood that is applied in different ways, and treatment schedules change from tree to tree. This treatment improves the physical properties of woodExpand
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THE EFFECTS OF SOME FACTORS ON THE IMPACT BENDING STRENGTH OF LAMINATED VENEER LUMBER
In this study, the impact bending strengths and specific impact bending strengths were determined for solid wood and laminated veneer lumber (LVL) produced from eucalyptus (Eucalyptus grandis W. HillExpand
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SOME MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF PLYWOOD PRODUCED FROM EUCALYPTUS, BEECH, AND POPLAR VENEER
In this study, we determined the flexural properties and tensile shear strength of five-ply plywood panels produced with eucalyptus (Eucalyptus grandis), beech (Fagus orientalis.), and hybrid poplarExpand
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THE EFFECTS OF WOOD SPECIES, LOAD DIRECTION, AND ADHESIVES ON BENDING PROPERTIES OF LAMINATED VENEER LUMBER
In this study, the bending strength and stiffness of laminated veneer lumber (LVL) produced from beech (Fagus orientalis L.), poplar (Populus x euramericana I-214), and eucalyptus (Eucalyptus grandisExpand
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Some physical and mechanical properties of reinforced laminated veneer lumber
Abstract In this study, poplar laminated veneer lumber (LVL) was produced using phenol formaldehyde adhesive, and reinforced LVL (RLVL) was produced by inserting woven glass fibers between the veneerExpand
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Flexural properties, bonding performance and splitting strength of LVL reinforced with woven glass fiber
Abstract In this study, laminated veneer lumber (LVL) and reinforced LVL (RLVL) with interwoven glass fibers were produced from poplar veneers (Populus x euramericana I-214) using phenol formaldehydeExpand
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Coefficient of wood bendability as a function of selected factors
Abstract Shaping materials by bending is a frequently used technology. The measure of a material bendability can be taken as the smallest achievable curve radius for the bent material. As bendabilityExpand
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Effects of Heat Treatment on the Physical Properties of Heartwood and Sapwood of Cedrus libani
Effects of heat treatment on the physical properties of heartwood and sapwood of Cedrus libani A. Richard, such as density, equilibrium moisture content, swelling, and fiber saturation point wereExpand
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The effect of span-to-depth ratio on the impact bending strength of poplar LVL
Abstract In this study, it was studied the effect of span-to-depth ratio on the impact bending strength of laminated veneer lumber (LVL). For the study, LVL boards were produced from rotary-cutExpand
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PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF BEECH WOOD THERMALLY MODIFIED IN HOT OIL AND IN HOT AIR AT VARIOUS TEMPERATURES
In this study, beech wood was treated in hot oil and in hot air to determine the differences in the effects of the two processes on the physical properties of the wood. Heat treatment was conductedExpand
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