Rate- and duration-of-load behavior of lab-made structural flakeboards

by J. Dobbin McNatt

Publisher: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory in [Madison, WI]

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    StatementJ. Dobbin McNatt
    SeriesResearch note FPL -- 0252
    ContributionsForest Products Laboratory (U.S.)
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    Pagination8 p. :
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Get this from a library. Rate- and duration-of-load behavior of lab-made structural flakeboards. [J Dobbin McNatt; Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)] -- Tests of structural use panels under different loading conditions provide basic information for establishing design stresses.

This paper reports the effects of loading rate in tension and bending and. decrease in stress. These results for the lab-made structural flakeboards are essentially the same as those reported earlier for commercial particleboards. Keywords: Flakeboard, stress-rupture, particleboard, rate of loading, duration of load, tension, bending McNatt, J.

Dobbin. Rate- and duration-of-load behavior of lab-made structural Author: J. McNatt. These results for the lab-made structural flakeboards are essentially the same as those reported earlier for commercial particleboards. Keywords: Flakeboard, stress-rupture, particleboard, rate of loading, duration of load, tension, bending 3 _ 0" McNatt, J.

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Nominal cm. thick by by cm. bending specimens of the following materials were evaluated: three structural flakeboards kg. - 3 aspen and and kg. - 3 red oak, and southern pine and Douglas fir plywoods.

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