Effect of cross grain on stress waves in lumber
Forest Products Laboratory, 1980 - House & Home - 9 pages
This report evaluates the effect of cross grain on the transit time of longitudinal compression stress waves in Douglas-fir 2 x 8 lumber. Results should aid development of lumber stress grading systems using modulus of elasticity measurements based on stress waves. (Author).
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