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Modeling prong test response during conditioning of red oak lumber

Modeling prong test response during conditioning of red oak lumber

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, WI .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Red oak -- Drying -- Mathematical models,
  • Lumber -- Drying -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJames Fuller
    SeriesResearch paper FPL -- RP-540, Research paper FPL -- 540
    ContributionsForest Products Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination7 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13618668M
    OCLC/WorldCa33373236

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Modeling prong test response during conditioning of red oak lumber Download PDF EPUB FB2

Stresses that occur during conditioning influence prong re-sponse. Red oak lumber was dried using a conventional kiln schedule. Information on stress distribution, moisture gradi-ent, and casehardening was obtained periodically during condi-tioning.

A residual strain release method, slicing, was used to obtain stress distributions. Get this from a library. Modeling prong test response during conditioning of red oak lumber. [James J Fuller; Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)]. Abstract "July "--T.p. es bibliographical references (p.

5).Mode of access: Internet. Lumber must be conditioned to relieve transverse drying stresses. The standard prong test has been used for many decades to determine the conditioning time needed for complete stress relief.

However, no work has been directed at the proper procedures or interpretation of this by: 5. Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.): Modeling prong test response during conditioning of red oak lumber / (Madison, Wisc.: U.S.

Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, []), also by James J. Fuller (page images at HathiTrust). The skill in optimized lumber drying lies in controlling the rate of evaporation to match the rate at which moisture is reaching the surface; the aim is to minimize the moisture gradient without.

The prong test response was strongly dependent on prong thickness—the thinner the prong, the more respon-sive to stress changes—which demonstrates the effect of altered stress distribution on. During conditioning, with moisture vapor entering wood, vaporization latent heat and differential wetting heat are generated at the lumber surface, so the surface temperature will arise rapidly (Hart, ; Pang, ).

Heat and moisture will make the casehardened surface soften, so the MS strain is by: 3. During the conditioning process, the lumber will regain about 1% MC. The lumber should, therefore, be at a final MC of target MC ± 1%.

However, moisture gradients in the lumber should be allowed to dissipate before the lumber is processed further. it is not at all unusual for the transverse prong test to show no stress.

Measure. a random prong test posted by: woodlearner -- 8/15 -- 2 2 responses -- 8/17 1 response -- 7/27; Red Oak for Barn Siding posted by: olcus -- 6/26 -- 2 7 responses -- 7/30 Discussions covering issues faced be commercial drying operations that process at leastbd. of lumber per year Sawing and Drying Forum.

The Impact of red heartwood on drying characteristics and mass transfer coefficients in beech wood () Modeling Prong Test Response during Liquid permeabilities of red oak.

Residual stresses intensity in dried lumber was determined using the prong response method. Prong response test samples with dimensions equal to lumber’s full thickness and width, and a length of 20 mm were cut from each of the dried control samples using a band saw.

The research results of measuring and analyzing moisture content distribution across thickness of oak and beech lumber during the conditioning phase are presented. Moisture content difference between the core and the surface layers of wood was reduced during conditioning due to the increase of moisture in the surface by: 3.

During its lifetime, a tree is subjected to many natural forces that cause defects in the wood. Woodworkers are quite familiar with these defects – knots, splits, ugly dark streaks or stains.

The prongs turn in because the tension stress in the core is released by the saw cut, and the inner faces of the prong shorten because of the release of the stress.

Figure 4 shows sections with different degrees of stress and for different thicknesses of lumber. If the stress is severe, the prongs will snap together.

PROCESS FOR RAPID CONVERSION OF RED OAK LOGS TO DRY LUMBER William T. Simpson Forest Products Laboratory Madison, Wisconsin Lumber is traditionally dried by processes that often take several weeks or more to complete.

Long drying times translate into high processing costs because of the expense of holding large lumber inventories. Prior to the observational intervention, Katie (top) was the only child who selected books from the free-play area and looked at them during the probe. She looked at books for 30% of the 5-s intervals during the preobservational intervention probe and % of the 5-s intervals during the postintervention by: A defect in lumber is any flaw that tends to affect the strength, durability, or utility value of the lumber.

A blemish is a flaw that mars only the appearance of lumber. A blemish that affects the utility value of lumber, such as a tight knot that mars the appearance of lumber intended for fine cabinet work, is also considered a Size: 7MB.

Drying Lumber. gecko | Posted in General Discussion on Septem am I posted a few days ago regarding bandsaw mills. I have decided to hire a portable mill and operator to cut up the logs i have this year. i have a few questions though. Forest Products Laboratory One Gifford Pinchot Drive Madison, WI Phone: () Fax: () Email.

Raw lumber division: $ per board-feet of raw lumber. Finished lumber division: $ per board-feet of finished lumber Assume that there is no board-feet loss in processing raw lumber into finished lumber. Raw lumber can be sold at $ per board-feet. Finished lumber can be sold at $ per board-feet.

%(4).Start studying Chapter 7 Learning Test Review Questions. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.Defects in hardwood lumber affect the grade assigned to the lumber.

This study focused on the frequency and size of the various defect types as related to the lumber assigned to the various lumber grades. The study invol board feet (BF) of red oak lumber in six grades.