|Statement||Roger M. Rowell, John A. Youngquist and Yuji Imamura|
|Contributions||Youngquist, John, Imamura, Yuji, Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. 266-271 :|
|Number of Pages||271|
Get this from a library! Strength tests on acetylated aspen flakeboards exposed to a brown-rot fungus. [Roger M Rowell; John Youngquist; Yuji Imamura; Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)]. Strength tests on acetylated aspen flakeboards exposed to a brown-rot fungus. flakeboards, decay, strength, treatment, biodeterioration Author: R.M. Rowell, J.A. Youngquist and Y. Imamura. Property Enhanced Natural Fiber Composite Materials Based on Chemical Modification. Authors; Authors and affiliations; Strength tests on acetylated flakeboards exposed to a brown rot fungus, Wood and Fiber Sci., 20(2), Google Scholar. Property Enhanced Natural Fiber Composite Materials Based on Chemical Modification. In: Prasad P.N Cited by: Reasons of the strength loss of the acetylated wood based composites were still under question. This research was considered to study springback in the acetylated particleboard and the medium density fibreboard. Chips and fibres were acetylated by using the acetic anhydride to gain different percentages of the weights (WPG).Cited by:
A comprehensive investigation of the effects of heat treatment and acetylation separately and together (combination treatment) on the fungal durability of jack pine wood against a brown rot fungus. acetylated Radiata Pine, untreated Radiata Pine was provided as well. After conditioning, the samples for the EN test (dimension of 15 x 25 x 50 mm) and the ENV test (5 x 10 x mm) were prepared according the following method: The outer 50 cm length and the outer 20 mm width of both sides of a board were excluded from the sampling. Early or incipient stages of brown rot decay display little outward evidence of attack. However, extensive depolymerization of the cellulose within the wood cell wall occurs at very low weight loss, which causes the wood to rapidly lose strength in comparison with the rate of wood mass losses are between five and ten percent in brown rotted wood, in its . Brown-rot fungus Tyromyces palustris was more resistant against acetyla- WOOD-PRESERVING TECHNIQUES TO PREVENT BIODETERIORATION TABLE 7 Percentage weight loss in acetylated albizzia particleboards after an 8-week exposure to brown-, white-, and soft-rot fungi .Cited by: 2.
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