Wood Characteristics

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Introduction

 
Part I:     Wood, a truly remarkable material
1               The anatomical structure of wood
2              Wood characteristic or defect?
3              General factors leading to the formation of wood characteristics in the tree

3.1           Genetic predispositions, genetic alterations
3.2           Impact of physiological processes occurring within
3.3           Light / Radiation
3.4           Mechanical stress
3.5           Injury
 
Part II:       Wood characteristics overview
4              Overview of the main wood characteristics
 
Part III:     Description of the wood characteristics
5              Wood characteristics inherent in a tree¿s natural growth
5.1           Stem contour modifications
5.1.1        Taper
5.1.2        Crookedness
5.1.3        Forking
5.1.4        Out-of-roundness
5.1.4.1     Ovality / eccentric growth
5.1.4.2     Seams, flutes, flanges
5.2           Limbiness
5.2.1        Live and dead limbs, epicormic shoots and branches
5.2.2        Limb scars
5.3           Anatomical structure
5.3.1        Irregular tree rings / growth zones
5.3.2        Grain orientation
5.3.2.1     Spiral grain
5.3.2.2     Curly, fiddleback, hazel growth
 

6          Biotically induced wood characteristics
6.1      Impact of micro-organisms
6.1.1   Necroses
6.1.2   Growth anomalies caused by growth stimulating micro-organisms: galls, burls, witches¿             brooms
6.2      Impact of animals / humans
6.2.1   Vertebrates: browsing, fraying, stripping damage
6.2.2   Forestry operations: Felling and hauling injuries (Plant exudates)
6.2.3   Stem splinters
6.3      Impact of plants: epiphytes and vines
7          Abiotically induced wood characteristics
7.1      Temperature-humidy-effect
7.1.1   Bark scorch / sunburn
7.1.2   Lightning: lightning
7.1.3   Frost crack, frost scar
7.2      Wind and snow effects
7.2.1   Fiber compressions, fiber breaks (compression fractures)
7.2.2   Shear stress cracks
8          Overview of cracks / shake forms and causes
References
Subject Index

Wood Characteristics

Description, Causes, Prevention, Impact on Use and Technological Adaptation

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Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

05.12.2014

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Springer

Seitenzahl

222

Maße (L/B/H)

28,5/21,5/1,8 cm

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Details

Einband

Gebundene Ausgabe

Erscheinungsdatum

05.12.2014

Verlag

Springer

Seitenzahl

222

Maße (L/B/H)

28,5/21,5/1,8 cm

Gewicht

797 g

Auflage

2015

Originaltitel

Holzmerkmale

Sprache

Englisch

ISBN

978-3-319-07421-4

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  • Wood Characteristics
  • Introduction

     
    Part I:     Wood, a truly remarkable material
    1               The anatomical structure of wood
    2              Wood characteristic or defect?
    3              General factors leading to the formation of wood characteristics in the tree

    3.1           Genetic predispositions, genetic alterations
    3.2           Impact of physiological processes occurring within
    3.3           Light / Radiation
    3.4           Mechanical stress
    3.5           Injury
     
    Part II:       Wood characteristics overview
    4              Overview of the main wood characteristics
     
    Part III:     Description of the wood characteristics
    5              Wood characteristics inherent in a tree¿s natural growth
    5.1           Stem contour modifications
    5.1.1        Taper
    5.1.2        Crookedness
    5.1.3        Forking
    5.1.4        Out-of-roundness
    5.1.4.1     Ovality / eccentric growth
    5.1.4.2     Seams, flutes, flanges
    5.2           Limbiness
    5.2.1        Live and dead limbs, epicormic shoots and branches
    5.2.2        Limb scars
    5.3           Anatomical structure
    5.3.1        Irregular tree rings / growth zones
    5.3.2        Grain orientation
    5.3.2.1     Spiral grain
    5.3.2.2     Curly, fiddleback, hazel growth
     

    6          Biotically induced wood characteristics
    6.1      Impact of micro-organisms
    6.1.1   Necroses
    6.1.2   Growth anomalies caused by growth stimulating micro-organisms: galls, burls, witches¿             brooms
    6.2      Impact of animals / humans
    6.2.1   Vertebrates: browsing, fraying, stripping damage
    6.2.2   Forestry operations: Felling and hauling injuries (Plant exudates)
    6.2.3   Stem splinters
    6.3      Impact of plants: epiphytes and vines
    7          Abiotically induced wood characteristics
    7.1      Temperature-humidy-effect
    7.1.1   Bark scorch / sunburn
    7.1.2   Lightning: lightning
    7.1.3   Frost crack, frost scar
    7.2      Wind and snow effects
    7.2.1   Fiber compressions, fiber breaks (compression fractures)
    7.2.2   Shear stress cracks
    8          Overview of cracks / shake forms and causes
    References
    Subject Index