BDCS 2 (wood)
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wood is stronger...
in compression rather than tension
framing lumber season at...
19% or less
fiber saturation point
nominal 1"x12" board one foot in length
development of fungus
- 1)mild temperatures
hard fibrous substance lying beneath the bark of trees
wood that has been sawn into construction members
lumber than is 5" or larger in its least dimension
branch embedded in a tree and cut through in manufacture
pitted area sometimes found in cedar and cypress
opening between growth rings containing resin
lengthwise grain separation between or through growth rings
lengthwise grain separation caused by seasoning
lengthwise separation of wood extending from one face to another
lack of wood on the edge or corner
shrinkage distortion of a plane surface; includes bow, crook, cup and twist
additional sheets located between and placed perpendicular to the core and outside plies
made from wood fibers than have been highly compressed under heat and pressure into dense, durable boards
- manufactured from waste paper, wood pulp, and fibers
- used for acoustical tile, sheathing, and interior wall finishes
- standard size of 4x8, thickness 1/2" to 1"
- composed of large wood flakes bonded together with synthetic resins under pressure
- easily damaged
- used for insulating backoup material or as an acoustical material on upper walls and ceilings
- dry-formed of wood particles bonded together with synthetic resin
- used for core stock for plastic laminate or hardwood veneers and used in the manufacture of furniture, cabinets, countertops, wall paneling, and doors of all types
- insulating board consisting of a core of small, expanded polystyrene beads with heavy paper laminated to both sides
- use insulating material, such as perimeter insulation on foundation walls
consist of a base of phenolic-resin impregnated kraft paper over which a patterned sheet is applied
glue laminated lumber
- laminations 1-1/2" (but 3/4" is used for curved radius)
- up to 75" in depth
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