Engineered bamboo: state of the art

@inproceedings{Sharma2015EngineeredBS,
  title={Engineered bamboo: state of the art},
  author={B. Sharma and Ana Gat{\'o}o and M. Bock and Helen Mulligan and M. Ramage},
  year={2015}
}
Bamboo is a rapidly renewable material that is available globally and comparable in strength to modern structural materials. The widespread use of bamboo in construction is limited by the inherent variability in its geometric and mechanical properties, and the lack of standardisation. Engineered bamboo aims to reduce the variability of the natural material and is processed and manufactured into laminated composites. Although the composites have mechanical properties similar to other structural… Expand
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