Fracture and Fatigue in Wood

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Damage in wood is principally the result of fatigue. Fatigue is the process of progressive localised irreversible change in a material, and may culminate in cracks or complete fracture if conditions that initiated or propagated the process persist. Comprehensive understanding of fatigue and fracture in engineered wood components must be founded on a proper understanding of the damage processes. Although wood is the world's most widely used structural material, whether measured by volume consumed or value of finished ...

Fracture and Fatigue in Wood 2003, Wiley, Chichester, England

ISBN-13: 9780471487081

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