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Predicting performance of hardboard in i-beams

Terry J. Ramaker

Predicting performance of hardboard in i-beams

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

    Subjects:
  • Hardboard,
  • Wooden beams,
  • Strains and stresses,
  • Building materials

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by Terry J. Ramaker and Michael D. Davister].
    SeriesResearch paper FPL -- 185.
    ContributionsDavister, Michael D.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination12 p. :
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17614999M
    OCLC/WorldCa52148734

    Request PDF | Structural performance of I-beam fabricated from a fast-growing tree, Gmeuna Arborea | There is an increasing supply of fast-growing plantation species in Costa Rica. The main. Nov 10,  · Asl M.E., Niezrecki C., Sherwood J., Avitabile P. () Scaled Composite I-Beams for Subcomponent Testing of Wind Turbine Blades: An Experimental Study. In: Thakre P., Singh R., Slipher G. (eds) Mechanics of Composite and Multi-functional Materials, Volume 6. Conference Proceedings of the Society for Experimental Mechanics Series. Springer, ChamCited by: 3. used to predict the moisture content of wood in service at any relative humidity. Thus, wood that is exposed to a relative humidity of 30 percent will eventually come to an emc of about 6 percent. Similarly, wood hardboard, and high -pressure laminate are given in Figure 2. Oct 01,  · Free Online Library: Nondestructive evaluation of strength performance for finger-jointed wood using flexural vibration techniques. by "Forest Products Journal"; Business Forest products industry Vibration control equipment Analysis Vibration research.


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PREDICTlNG PERFORMANCE OF HARDBOARD IN I-BEAMS. TERRY J. RAMAKER, Engineer and MICHAEL D. DAVISTER, Engineer. Forest Products Laboratory. 2 Forest Service U.S. Department of Agriculture INTRODUCTION. Both production and use Predicting performance of hardboard in i-beams book hardboard have more than tripled in the United States during the last 15 years.

hardboard-webbed l-beams in Europe and elsewhere (4,5,12), such uses of hardboard in the United States have so far been restricted to research projects. Figure 1 shows hardboard-webbed l-beams being used in London, England. The beams are 39 feet long, 24 inches deep, and the hardboard web material is 5/16 inch thick.

Predicting the load capacity of wood composite I-beams using the tensor polynomial strenght theory. Summary. The tensor polynomial strength theory for anisotropic materials was coupled with finite-element analyses to predict the ultimate load capacity of several wood-composite perloffphoto.com by: 5.

Hardboard has high density Predicting performance of hardboard in i-beams book high strength, which is a quality substitute for wood and is the commonly-used panel in building decoration and for furniture manufacturing. It is applied to many places such as dados, doors, roofs, partitions and furniture etc.

Semi-hardboard is available for packing and partial decoration. Also, it may well be that in wood cutting, in quite a similar manner to metal cutting [5], simple mechanical tests such as hardness tests cannot predict the cutting performance.

Consequently, when tungsten carbide wood-cutting tools are coated, the relationship between the hardness and the grain size of carbide tips should be carefully perloffphoto.com by: 3. -WOOD COMPOSITE I-BEAMS FIG. Structural components of wood composite I-beams with laminated veneer lumber (LVL) flanges and hardboard, waferboard, or plywood webs (M84 ).

EVOLUTION OF WOOD COMPOSITE I-BEAMS The forest resource is changing. Average log size is diminishing, and as this occurs, wood quality is changing. The flanges of the I-beam were directly welded on the column face through single-V welds.

Two steel angles were bolted to the I-beam web and welded on the column face through fillet welds. All the I-beams were UB of Grade structural mild steel. Square tubular columns with cross-section of mm× mm, Cited by: 4.

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DeG. The references in this literature review cover four areas. related to hardboard: (1) density or specific gravity, (2) modulus of elasticity (MOE) and stiffness, (3) dimen­ sional stability and water resistance, and (4) weathering and accelerated aging. Twelve-foot and 6-foot I-beams with webs of two different hardboard materials and plywood were subjected to constant loads in Predicting performance of hardboard in i-beams book different humidity environments.

After 17, hours of test, the performance of the hardboard-webbed I-beams appears to be at least comparable to that of I-beams with plywood webs. Performance of wood I-joists under moderate sustained loading for 5 years. competitive price and satisfactory performance and Ramaker, T.J.

() Hardboard-Webbed I-Beams: Effects of Long. Full Article. Optimization of hinge configuration of furniture doors using finite element analysis. Jianhui Zhou, a Chuanshuang Hu, a, * Shuofei Hu, b Hong Yun, a and Guifen Jiang a The maximum deformation and the stress state of furniture doors with different configurations of hinges were analyzed using finite element analysis with the ultimate purpose of optimizing the hinge configuration.

Through this methodology, the reliability index was shown to be a function of time. Both sawn lumber and wood-composite I-beams loaded below the damage threshold became less reliable over time when the limit state was serviceability.

However, I-beams were more reliable than lumber and were predicted to be reliable for a longer perloffphoto.com by: 5. Results indicate that the behavior of hardboard-webbed I-beams subjected to short-term loading can be predicted reason­ ably well using fundamental engineering theory together with the properties deter­ mined from small specimen evaluations.

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Wrapping a home with insulating sheathing saves energy and can be cost effective, but the design must consider a host of structural concerns including moisture, shear loads, insects and fire. by. Structural evaluation of castellated timber I -joists those elements which fail due to failure of the hardboard web.

occur for timber I-beams without web openings since they are a direct. Abstract. The flexural behaviour of steel beams significantly affects the structural performance of the steel frame structures.

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See also what's at your library, or elsewhere. The long-term load performance of hardboard- and plywood-webbed I-beams with Douglas-fir laminated veneer lumber flanges was investigated (Superfesky and Ramaker ; McNatt and Superfesky ).

The I-beams, representing 1 (1 2 ft) and 6: 1 (6 ft) span-to-depth ratios, were loaded under various envi- ronmental perloffphoto.com by: 6. Predicting performance of hardboard in I-beams / (Madison, Wis.: U.S.

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Tablex hardboard wooden boards are perfect to the manufacture of interior paneled and exterior metal plated doors. The resistance and density give a structural component while the lacquering, varnishing and covering possibilities allow the creation of an infinity of products. ASTM D, Standard Practice for Performing Accelerated Outdoor Weathering of Factory-Coated Embossed Hardboard Using Concentrated Natural Sunlight and a Soak-Freeze-Thaw Procedure, ASTM International, West Conshohocken, PA,perloffphoto.com Accuracy of the derived scaling laws in predicting the strain and displacement fields of the full-scale I-beam is considered as a design criterion for small-scale I-beams.

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Aug 07,  · In this study, new and efficient model is derived to predict the Restrained Distortional Buckling (RDB) strength of half-through I-section bridge girders utilizing an Artificial Neural Network (ANN). The model is developed based on a reliable database Cited by: 4.

In order for a robust method to be identified as useful in predicting steel I-beam ductility, it is believed that one must consider cross-sectional geometry, unbraced length, and certain important material parameters such as yield strength, yield ratio, whether or not a yield plateau is present, and strain-hardening modulus.

Application of panels in the production of box beams and I-beams Selection of panels for box beams and I-beams Timber I-joists comprise a timber flange (typically solid timber or LVL – laminated veneer lumber) and a panel product web (usually OSB – oriented strand board).

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