1 edition of Forest Products Laboratory research program on small-diameter material. found in the catalog.
Forest Products Laboratory research program on small-diameter material.
by United States Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, WI
Written in English
|Series||General technical report -- FPL-GTR-110., General technical report FPL -- 110.|
|Contributions||Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 p. :|
|Number of Pages||11|
This problem was terminated as part of a reorganization of work units at the Forest Products Laboratory. Impacts This research has influenced standing timber assessment procedures in several countries. It enabled the use of small diameter timber in various structural and nonstructural applications. Publications. No publications reported this period. Progress 03/11/04 to 03/11/09 Outputs The objective of this research was to better understand the structural performance of structural wood systems. A major accomplishment was the demonstration of the use of small-diameter material in several structural systems, including bridges and .
Using wood-based structural products as forest management tools to improve forest health, sustainability and reduce forest fuels: a research program of the USDA Forest Service under the National Fire Plan. Hunt, John F.; Tamasy-Bano, Margit; Nyist, Heike. Modelling the drying of three-dimensional pulp moulded structures. Get this from a library! Improved utilization of small-diameter ponderosa pine in glued-laminated timber. [Roland Hernandez; Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.);] -- "This study involved the evaluation of ponderosa pine glulam made from lumber that was sawn from a small-diameter timber resource. Two different glulam beam depths were evaluated: 8 and
Cost evaluation of automated and manual post-consumer plastic bottle sorting systems / (Cincinnati, Ohio: Risk Reduction Engineering Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, ). Madison, WI: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory: 12 p. Progress 10/01/02 to 09/30/03 Outputs Research in this problem focuses on basic knowledge and technology needed to increase the use of small diameter and underutilized tree species for pulp and paper products to improve forest health and reduce the.
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The research program at the Forest Products Laboratory (FPL) is aimed at overcoming some technical and economic barriers associated with value-added forest products made from small-diameter materials.
Forest Products Laboratory research program on small-diameter material. Madison, WI: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory,  (OCoLC) Get this from a library. Forest Products Laboratory research program on small-diameter material. [Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.);].
You are here: FPL Home / Research / Units / Forest Products Marketing Unit / Small Diameter Roundwood Small Diameter Roundwood Forests in the United States contain a significant amount of small-diameter and underutilized material. The research results in more resilient, more sustainable wood structures.
Fundamental research by the group may result in entirely new wood products that have the potential to increase the market for wood and/or small diameter wood which would increase the health of the Nation’s National Forest System.
Topics: Timber--Utilization--United States., Trees--Utilization--United States., Wood products--United States. Forest Products Laboratory One Gifford Pinchot Drive Madison, WI Phone: () Fax: () Email.
Founded inthe Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, Wisconsin, uses science and technology to conserve and extend our Nation’s forest resources. FPL is recognized around the world as a source of unbiased information about wood science and use.
Most of Forest Service forest products research is performed at the Forest Products Laboratory in Madison Wisconsin, the only federal laboratory that is dedicated to forest products research.
Several other Forest Service research stations also conduct forest products research with a focus on regional interest. Center for Forest Mycology Research.
Center for Wood Anatomy Research. Facilities and Manufacturing. Centennial Research Facility. Nanocellulose Pilot Plant. Patents, Marketing & Technology. Forest Products Marketing Unit. Technology Transfer Agreements.
US Forest Service Patent Program. People & Places. Station Leadership. Sincethe Forest Products Laboratory (FPL) has focused some of its many research efforts on characterizing and identifying potential uses for small-diameter and thinning material.
FPL researchers also provide technology to help rural communities create successful businesses from the by-products of ecosystem management. Some projects have explored the potential of "in the round" form small-diameter structural material Jurisdiction: Federal Government of the United States.
History. It was founded by the Forest Products Research Board, established inoverseen by the Department of Scientific and Industrial Research (itself created in ).
The Forest Products Research Board was mainly interested in the economic value of tropical forests in the British Empire. The Forestry Conference had been held in lenges to increase the adoption of whole-timber as a primary structural material. References: “Forest Products Laboratory Research Program on Small-Diameter Material.” General Technical Report.
Madison, WI: Forest Products Laboratory, Wolfe, Ron. “Research Challenges for Structural Use of Small-Diameter Round Timbers.”. The Forest Products Laboratory has made numerous important contributions to the country during its history, including crucial research for the armed forces during both WWI and WWII.
During WWI, the laboratory performed experiments on wood for airplane construction, as well as research into box and packaging materials. An exploratory test program was undertaken to determine the withdrawal strengths of through-bolt with cross-pipe and nut connections in the ends of selected timbers.
Results of the tests indicate that high strength end connections (25, 1b.) can be obtained in structural timbers with these connectors, but surface checks and drying splits significantly reduced the strength ofthe joints and.
The Forest Products Laboratory (FPL) was created inand was moved to its current building atop a knoll overlooking the University of Wisconsin Madison Campus in There, research is conducted on all things wood-related. The lab’s xylarium, or research wood collection, is.
Learn more about the program. Add to Cart. Wood Handbook: Wood as an Engineering Material Hardcover – January 1, by Forest Products Laboratory The online version has been updated to include newer research reflected in current building codes/5(10).
Looking for books by Forest Products Laboratory. See all books authored by Forest Products Laboratory, including Centennial Edition: Wood Handbook: Wood as an Engineering Material, and Wood Handbook: Wood as an Engineering Material, and more on Buy Forest Products Laboratory's Proceedings Meeting of Sect Forest Products International Union of Forestry Research Organizations: Edition on Author: Forest Products Laboratory.
For. Jennifer M. Conda of the DOST- Forest Products Research and Development Institute (DOST-FPRDI) was named the Outstanding Young Scientist for Research in Forest and Natural Resources Utilization by the Forests and Natural Resources Research Society of the Philippines, Inc.
(FORESPI). She was cited for her work in the fields of wood. The Oregon Forest Products Laboratory, within the limitations of its staff, will assist manufacturers, users, and others in applying technical knowledge that will enable them to utilize the forest crop more 'fully and to obtain greater satisfaction and serviceability from forest products.
Forestry Research .To improve the environmental health of our National Forests, we need to increase the market potential of many hardwood and softwood speices. Low cost treatment options for small diameter materials are needed to develop value added markets of excess biomass being removed to reduce the wildfire hazard as part of the National Fire Plan.
This project aims to improve our ability to treat a diverse.The Forest Products Laboratory (FPL) is the national research laboratory of the United States Forest Service, which is part of its opening inthe FPL has provided scientific research on wood, wood products and their commercial uses in partnership with academia, industry, tribal, state, local and other government agencies.
 The laboratory is headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin.