Study on Bonding Capacity of Different Assemble Patterns of Wood Species in Structural Lumber
This thesis aims to select the optimal assemble patterns of wood species for structural lumber for wood-based bridge by analysing the bonding strength of eucalyptus veneers, poplar veneers and bamboo mats. Through variance analysis, the experiment results showed that: the compound mode: bamboo mat was used as the core panel, eucalyptus veneers as the surface panel, and the bonding strength is above the national standard. What draws special attention was that thickness of eucalyptus veneers was above 1.3 mm to crack.
X. Y. Zhou et al., "Study on Bonding Capacity of Different Assemble Patterns of Wood Species in Structural Lumber", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 168-170, pp. 578-581, 2011