Dynamic property of cross-laminated woods made with temperate seven species1open access
- Gong, D.-M.; Shin, M.-G.; Lee, S.-H.; Byeon, H.-S.; Park, H.-M.
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- Korean Society of Wood Science Technology
- Correlation regression; Cross-laminated wood panels; Density dependence; Dynamic modulus of elasticity; Parallel-laminated wood panels; Static bending strength performance
- Journal of the Korean Wood Science and Technology, v.49, no.5, pp.504 - 513
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- Journal of the Korean Wood Science and Technology
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- In this study, cross-laminated wood panels were manufactured with four softwoods and three hardwoods with the goal of efficiently predicting the static strength performance using dynamic modulus of elasticity (MOE) and simultaneously revealing the dynamic performance of cross-laminated wood panels. The effect of the density of the species on the dynamic MOE of the laminated wood panels was investigated. Moreover, the static bending strength performance was predicted nondestructively through the correlation regression between the dynamic MOE and static bending strength performance. For the dynamic MOE, the parallel-and cross-laminated wood panels composed of oriental oak showed the highest value, whereas the laminated wood panels composed of Japanese cedar showed the lowest value. In all types of parallel-and cross-laminated wood panels, the density dependence was confirmed, and the extent of the density dependence was found to be greater in the P⊥ and C⊥ types with perpendicular-direction laminae in the faces than in the P∥ and C∥ types with longitudinal-direction laminae in the faces. Our findings confirmed that a high correlation exists at a significance level of 1% between the dynamic modulus and static bending modulus or bending strength in all types of laminated wood panels, and that the static bending strength performance can be predicted through the dynamic MOE. ? 2021, Korean Society of Wood Science Technology. All rights reserved.
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