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Wood Modification and Wood Preservation Wood Modification and Wood Preservation
Transparent coatings performance on weathering resistance of preservative-treated wood

َAmir Mohamad Nahofteh Estarabadi; Davood Rasouli; Taghi Tabarsa; Abolghasem Khazaeian

Volume 39, Issue 2 , June 2024, Pages 84-94


  Background and Objectives: Wood, as an organic material, is susceptible to deterioration by destructive factors such as fungi and insects. One approach to protect against these factors is the treatment of wood with preservatives. The use of waterborne preservatives is common due to the numerous advantages. ...  Read More

Research Paper Composite wood products
Investigating the reinforcement of parallel chip lumber (PSL) obtained from reed waste and laminated veneer lumber (LVL) made of spruce with fiber reinforced polymer (FRP)

Haniye Shurvazi; Mohammad Shamsian; Ali Bayatkashkoli; Mohammad Dahmardeh Ghaleno

Volume 39, Issue 2 , June 2024, Pages 95-110


  Background and purpose: This study was conducted with the aim of investigating parallel strand lumber (PSL) made from reed waste and laminated veneer lumber (LVL) obtained from poplar wood that reinforced with glass fiber reinforced polymer (FRP) and epoxy resin.Materials and methods: The independent ...  Read More

Physics and Mechanical Wood Physics and Mechanical Wood
Studding the physical and mechanical properties of Juglans regia L. from regions of Mashhad and Mako in Iran

mohammad najafianashrafi; ali Heidari; Hamed Jafarzadeh

Volume 39, Issue 2 , June 2024, Pages 111-120


  Background and goal: walnut tree (Juglans regia L.) are cultivated in many countries in Asia, Europe and United States. This tree has high resistance with beautiful pattern and are used in furniture industry, building panels, flooring and covering. Iran are ranked third in the world in the production ...  Read More

Research Paper Chemistry of wood
Identification and Comparison of the Phenolic Chemical Components in Wood of black Poplar and Poplar trees by GC-MS Methods

Ramin Vaysi

Volume 39, Issue 2 , June 2024, Pages 121-132


  Background and aim: As a result of population growth, increase in paper and wood products consumption, and restrictions on using raw materials, producing ligni-culture with black poplar and poplar as fast-growing spices have found their own special status and proponents. The aim of this study was accomplished ...  Read More

Research Paper Physics and Mechanical Wood
Evaluation of the local dynamic modulus of elasticity in wooden tie by the stress wave method

Ebrahim Khosravi; Amir Lashgari; Mehran Roohnia; Ahmad Jahan latibari; Ajang Tajdini

Volume 39, Issue 2 , June 2024, Pages 133-145


  Background and objectives: From the limitations of detecting the amount of useful life remaining in the components of the structures in the conditions of use with acoustic methods is the impossibility of calculating the modulus of elasticity due to the impossibility of removing the part from the structure. ...  Read More

Research Paper Composite wood products
Utilization of Corncob and Poplar in Wood Plastics Nano Composites

Amir Nourbakhsh; Abolfazl Kargarfard; Ali Nourbakhsh; فرداد Golbabaei; Reza Hajihassani; Kamyar Salehi

Volume 39, Issue 2 , June 2024, Pages 146-162


  Background and objectives: The possibility of using agricultural lignocellulosic waste as a complementary raw material for the production of wood composite products can have a good economic justification. This will be possible if the manufactured product has the desired and standard quality, however, ...  Read More