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ISBN:
3540164065
Author:
Robert R. Archer
Category:
Biological Sciences
Language:
English
Publisher:
Springer; 1 edition (December 12, 1986)
Pages:
240 pages
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Wood techno­ logists interested in the relation of residual growth stress gradients in green logs to the dimensional . Bibliographic Information. Growth Stresses and Strains in Trees. Springer Series in Wood Science.

Wood techno­ logists interested in the relation of residual growth stress gradients in green logs to the dimensional quality of sawn and seasoned lumber are forced to take a more quantitative approach to the effect of growth stresses than might have been the case in the past. Show all. Table of contents (6 chapters).

The presentation of the subject of growth stresses in trees presents some special problems due to the wide range of specialists who potentially might have an interest in the subject. For example, tree physiologists interested in questions such as the relation of mechanical stress to stem taper and the role of reaction wood and gravity forces in determining tree crown form encounter growth stress models

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Although over 40 years have passed since Jacobs (1945) convincingly established the basic radial pattern of residual growth stress in growing trees, yet this phenomenon is still not widely appreciated in wood science and technology circles.

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Series: Springer Series in Wood Science. The presentation of the subject of growth stresses in trees presents some special problems due to the wide range of specialists who potentially might have an interest in the subject. Although over 40 years have passed since Jacobs (1945) convincingly established the basic radial pattern of residual growth stress in growing trees, yet this phenomenon is still not widely appreciated in wood science and technology circles.

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Growth Stresses and Strains in Trees, Springer Verlag Series in Wood Science, Timell . Dobbertin . Evaluation of competition indices in individual tree growth models, Forest Sci. 41 (1995) 360-377. Compression wood: force generation and functional mechanics, New Zeal. J. Forest Sci. 3 (1973) 240-258.

Series: Springer Series in Wood Science

Series: Springer Series in Wood Science Overall, this book is highly insightful, very readable, and quite interesting.

The subjects covered in the book include: joints, bearing and shear stress, experimental stress analysis, and stress concentrations, as well as material behavior coverage and stress and strain measurement.

Although over 40 years have passed since Jacobs (1945) convincingly established the basic radial pattern of residual growth stress in growing trees, yet this phenomenon is still not widely appreciated in wood science and technology circles. This is in spite of the fact that the presence of these stresses of sizeable magnitudes has long been recognized as a primary cause of shakes and splits in logs as well as the warping of lumber sawn in the green condition. The presentation of the subject of growth stresses in trees presents some special problems due to the wide range of specialists who potentially might have an interest in the subject. For example, tree physiologists interested in questions such as the relation of mechanical stress to stem taper and the role of reaction wood and gravity forces in determining tree crown form encounter growth stress models. Silvi­ culturists interested in the relation ofthinning practices to wood quality find that wood properties are correlated with growth stress levels which are in turn significantly changed by cutting practices. Wood techno­ logists interested in the relation of residual growth stress gradients in green logs to the dimensional quality of sawn and seasoned lumber are forced to take a more quantitative approach to the effect of growth stresses than might have been the case in the past.