Fatigue Cases Involving the Use of Wood and a Wood Composite / GH. Kyanka
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- Case Studies for Fatigue Education (1993 : Atlanta, GA)
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- Kyanka, GH.
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- Many wood and wood-composite structural elements are exposed to fatigue loading situations in service. Because wood is composed of a complex cellulosic fiber-based structure at the microscopic level, fatigue cracking phenomena are not commonly observed. Fatigue-related failures can look just like static failures. Fatigue cracking does occur under certain types of loading, however, and some examples are presented.
- Dates of Publication and/or Sequential Designation:
- Volume 1994, Issue 1250 (January 1994)
- 9780803152885 (e-ISBN)
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- Includes bibliographical references 10.
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