1 edition of Development and characteristics of discoloured wood found in the catalog.
Development and characteristics of discoloured wood
by Published for the International Association of Wood Anatomists in Leiden, Netherlands
Written in English
|Other titles||IAWA bulletin.|
|Statement||edited by J. Bauch and P. Baas.|
|Contributions||Bauch, J., Baas, P., International Association of Wood Anatomists.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||91-154 p. :|
|Number of Pages||154|
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"Development and Characteristics of Discoloured Wood" published on 01 Jan by Brill. Development and Characteristics of Discoloured Wood Bauch, J. IAWA Bulletin n.s., Vol.
5 (2), 91 Joint Session ofIAWA and IUFRO S. (Wood Quality), October 4,Hamburg, F. R.G. INTRODUCTION by J. Bauch Ordinariat für Holzbiologie der Universität Hamburg, Leuschnerstra Hamb F.R.G. Various kinds of discolouration belong. Each species is given a page with a clear color photograph of the linear grain of the wood and key information about the wood (locations where it is found, height range, breadth range, density, characteristics, workability, health risks, durability, etc.) There is a wealth of information here/5(54).
Discoloured wood diameter (heartwood) and total disc growth conditions to obtain specific internal wood characteristics. The new edition of this book offers a fully revised and updated. material, wood is an organic material, and has many distinct characteristics which will be helpful to learn.
HARDWOODS AND SOFTWOODS An immediate and broad distinction that can be made between types of trees (an d wood) is the label of hard-wood or softwood. This is somewhat of a misnomer, as the label is actually just a separation between angio. Over woods covered. Over full-page wood profiles Over half-page wood profiles Data on over related species.
Blue stain shows as bluish to bluish-black, or gray to brown. The affected areas can be spotty or streaky. In severe cases, the entire sapwood is evenly discolored. Even though sap stain seldom changes the strength properties of wood, heavy sap stain reduces wood’s toughness and its ability to withstand shock.
ter takes place in wood outside the cambial zone; new growth is purely the addition and growth of new cells, not the further development of old ones.
New wood cells are formed on the inside of the cambium and new bark cells on the outside. Thus, new wood is laid down to the outside of old wood and the diameter of the woody trunk increases. These characteristics occur due to the fact that wood is a natural product and is affected by weather, climate, insects, birds, soil makeup, and natural growth patterns.
Mineral streaks or unusual graining are considered to be characteristic of natural wood and will not. Characteristics of Wood Wood is a I fibrous tissue found in many plants.
It has been used for centuries ice noth fuel and as a construction material. It is composed of 2 natural composite of cellulose fibers (which are strong in tensio.) embedded in a matrix of lignin. Lignin resists compression. W md is produced as secondary xylem in the stems of trees. Younger trees showed a significantly lower proportion of discoloured wood volume.
Discoloured wood volume increases disproportionately with tree diameter, while varying among sites. The third important factor affecting the amount of discolored wood was tree vigour as measured by crown characteristics and growth rate changes.
A nonlinear mixed-effects model was used to predict discoloured wood taper. Xylem in hybrid poplar trees (Populusdeltoides Marsh × carpa Hook) that had small columns of discolored wood associated with wounds (strong compartmentalization) was different from xylem in trees that had large columns (weak compartmentalization).
Vessel systemshad the most obvious differences. Strong-compartmentalizing trees had fewer and smaller vessels with fewer connections to. adjacent wood cells.
As a result discolored wood dries more rapidly. This can cause differences in moisture content within and between boards when kiln-drying. In addition, infected wood will also absorb water more quickly thereby increasing the risk of checking and decay in service.
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It also has no characteristic taste or odor, making it suitable for woodenware, food containers, and novelties. Sometimes the wood has a knot that can be used for decoration.
In this box I book-matched the knot. If you use your imagination when thinking about wood, you can find uses for all sorts of discards. Take those interesting wood characteristics and use them to your advantage.
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Originally published in German by DRW-Verlag (), Wood Characteristics offers a broad range of options for technically adapting, handling and processing wood with specific wood characteristics. It starts by discussing wood anatomy and the general factors leading to the formation of wood characteristics.
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Their further significance in building applications will be discussed in a future Digest, but a comprehensive treatment is to be found in the excellent book, Canadian Woods, their Properties and Uses, which is available from the Queen's Printer, Ottawa.The third important factor affecting the amount of discolored wood was tree vigour as measured by crown characteristics and growth rate changes.
A nonlinear mixed-effects model was used to predict.