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Dimensional stabilization of wood in use

Roger M. Rowell

Dimensional stabilization of wood in use

by Roger M. Rowell

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Published by U.S. Government Printing Office in Washington .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Photocopy of original produced by Technology Reports Centre, Orpington, Kent.

StatementRoger M. Rowell and Robert L. Youngs.
SeriesFPL-0243
ContributionsYoungs, Robert L., Forest Products Laboratory.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13793651M

Dimentional stability of wood Dimensional stability is a coefficient which shows the resistance of the wood to environmental changes such as moisture or temperature. In other words all wood change in sizes (shrink or swell) under certain conditions and the minimal changes (lower number on the scale) indicate higher dimensional stability.   Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to navigation Jump to search. English [] Noun []. dimensional stability (plural dimensional stabilities). The degree to which a material maintains its original dimensions when subjected .

  This book will focus on lignocellulosic fibres as a raw material for several applications. It will start with wood chemistry and morphology. Then, some fibre isolation processes will be given, before moving to composites, panel and paper manufacturing, characterization and aging.   Wood flooring is a hygroscopic material, which means that it is subject to dimensional change as a result of variations in moisture, temperature and humidity within the surrounding environment. Dimensional stability refers to how wood shrinks and swells in relation to moisture gain or loss.

Experiments were made to show the conditions in which dimensional stability is improved by reaction of the wood with formaldehyde. Good anti-shrink efficiency is obtained by introducing into the wood formaldehyde groups amounting to only % by weight of the wood, in the presence of a strong mineralacid catalyst. Further experiments show that the stabilization is obtained by Author: A. J. Stamm, H. Tarkow. Dimensional stabilization of wood is needed for special applications. Thermosetting resins that are highly water resis-tant are normally used for this purpose. There have been many studies aimed at stabilizing the cell wall so that shrink-age of wood can be controlled. Resin–treated wood, resin-treated compressed wood, untreated compressed wood.


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Dimensional stabilization of wood in use by Roger M. Rowell Download PDF EPUB FB2

This paper comprehensively reviews the relevant literature and presents the methods and processes used to investigate the dimensional stabilization of wood using various modification techniques, including (a) hydrophobization of wood surfaces to block the entrance and exit of water; (b) impregnation treatment with bulking agents, such as resin and wax, to Cited by: 8.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Rowell, Roger M. Dimensional stabilization of wood in use. Madison, Wis.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service. This paper comprehensively reviews the relevant literature and presents the methods and processes used to investigate the dimensional stabilization of.

Wood Stabilization is a series of processes which use pressure and/or vacuum to impregnate wood cellular structure with certain monomers, acrylics, phenolics or other resins to improve dimensional stability and/or material exposed to moisture through humidity absorption or direct immersion, most wood species will expand and change shape.

Dimensional Stabilization of Wood Duygu Kocaefe1 & Xianai Huang1 & Yasar Kocaefe 1 Published online: 12 June # Springer International Publishing AG Abstract This paper comprehensively reviews the relevant literature and presents the methods and processes used to in-vestigate the dimensional stabilization of wood using variousCited by: 8.

Dimensional Stabilization of Wood in Use 2 By ROGER M. ROWELL, Research Chemist and ROBERT L. YOUNGS, Director INTRODUCTION When moisture comes into contact with wood, the water molecules penetrate the cell wall and become bound to cell wall components through hydrogen bonding.

With addi-tion of water to the cell wall, wood volume increases. 1. Dimensional Stabilization of Wood 2. Problems of Wood • Hygroscopicity • Dimensional instability • Durability • Mechano-sorptive properties 3.

How to solve these problems. Use wood with high natural quality • Availability (mid term, long term) • Sustainability Use of wood preservatives Use of new technologies for wood treatment!. This book is very timely, because wood modification is undergoing huge developments at the present time, driven in part by environmental concerns regarding the.

My favorite publication on PEG and how to use it is "How PEG helps the hobbyist who works with wood" by H.

Mitchell, US Forest Products Lab, One Gifford Pinchot Drive, Madison, WI Many magazines have published information on PEG too. A very good write-up is included in Bruce Hoadley's book UNDERSTANDING WOOD; see Chapter 11 ( edition). effect of heat upon the dimensional stabilization and physical properties of wood, a number of experiments were performed in which wood was heated in different gaseous media under at-mospheric pressure or under confined conditions that allowed the pressure to build up, and under different con• ditions of moisture-content, tempera-ture, and time.

It is important that the test method used be tailored to fit the end use of the product. For products stabilized only against changes in humidity, a second soaking cycle should not be used to determine dimensional stability.

Treatments that only fill cell lumens and do not bulk the cell wall result in a low degree of dimensional by:   Dimensional Stabilization of Wood Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising.

If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. The methods of achieving dimensional stabilization of wood and wooden composites are: (i) cross-laminating of anisotropic sheets to restrain the dimensional changes; (ii) applying water-resistant surface and internal coatings to retard moisture adsorption or loss; (iii) reducing the hygroscopicity of the wood by heat treatment; (iv) introducing.

"A REVIEW OF DEVELOPMENTS IN DIMENSIONAL STABILIZATION OF WOOD USING RADIATION TECHNIQUES.". Country unknown/Code not available. Copy to clipboard. @article{osti_, title = {A REVIEW OF DEVELOPMENTS IN DIMENSIONAL STABILIZATION OF WOOD USING RADIATION TECHNIQUES.}, author.

Dimensional Stabilization of Wood in Use. Forest Products Laboratory, United States Department of Agriculture, Winconsin. Sangkul, S. Processing and Development Technology and Future Trends for Teak : Tomy Listyanto, Muhammad Navis Rofii, Keisuke Ando, Nobuaki Hattori.

The dimensional stabilization of wood by chemical treatment is discussed, based on a generalized concept of the dimensional stability that allows for the deformation due to the simultaneous action of moisture changes and external forces applied to the material.

Recent Research on Wood and Wood-Based Materials is a collection of papers that. Sixteen substances, many of which had been successfully used to treat textile fibres, were tried as possible cross-linking reagents, on Ponderosa Pine. Under the experimental conditions, none formed stable cross-links.

Some dialdehydes reacted easily but did not sufficiently reduce swelling. Chloral hydrate imparted good stability but was rapidly leached by liquid water, and Cited by: There are a variety of treatments that can be used to influence the dimensional stability of wood objects.

One method takes advantage of the anisotropic nature of wood by cross laminating pieces of wood, such as the veneers in plywood, to introduce mechanical restraint to. Newie here. I chose this forum because throughout the internet, only folks on this boat forum(s) seem to know anything about using auto antifreeze for treating wood.

I would like to start a discussion on the safety of furniture treated with ethylene glycol. I have a fairly large amount of sugar maple and black walnut that has pp beetles (mostly the sugar maple is infested). Wood stabilization typically refers to reinforcing wood against inherent defects or weaknesses.

In turning, stabilization may mean anything from filling cracks with epoxy, to impregnating the wood with resin.

More generally, you can stabilize a crack with a butterfly inlay or you can again use epoxy or some other filler. Stabilization is a process used to impregnate materials with resins to make the materials more durable. Commonly used with wood, the resins 'stabilize' the product making it water resistant, denser and will not allow the wood to crack, twist or warp any more.

Depending on the species of wood, some woods will double their weight.Dimensional stabilization of wood is needed for special applications. Thermosetting resins that are highly water resistant are normally used for this purpose.

There have been many studies aimed at stabilizing the cell wall so that shrinkage of wood can be controlled. Resin–treated wood, resin-treated compressed wood, untreated compressed wood,File Size: 99KB.

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