publication . Other literature type . Article . 2019

Thermally modified (TM) beech wood: compression properties, fracture toughness and cohesive law in mode II obtained from the three-point end-notched flexure (3ENF) test

Václav Sebera; Miguel Redón-Santafé; Martin Brabec; David Děcký; Petr Čermák; Jan Tippner; Jaromír Milch;
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  • Published: 11 Mar 2019 Journal: Holzforschung, volume 73, issue 7, pages 663-672 (issn: 0018-3830, eissn: 1437-434X, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH
<jats:title>Abstract</jats:title><jats:p>The fracture properties of thermally modified beech (<jats:italic>Fagus sylvatica</jats:italic>) wood (TMW) at 180° and 200°C were evaluated in mode II using the three-point end-notched flexure (3ENF) scheme assisted by three-dimensional (3D) stereovision equipment for obtaining displacements and strains. The compliance-based beam method (CBBM) provided the strain energy release rates (<jats:italic>G</jats:italic><jats:italic>II</jats:italic>) of TMW and cohesive laws for both native wood (W) and TMW. Based on the CBBM and equivalent crack length approach (ECLA),<jats:italic>G</jats:italic><jats:italic>II</jats:italic>was...
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free text keywords: beech, brittleness of wood, cohesive law, compliance-based beam method (CBBM), compressive elastic modulus, digital image correlation (DIC), equivalent crack length approach (ECLA), fracture, mode II, thermal modification, thermally modified wood (TMW), three-point end-notched flexure (3ENF), Biomaterials, Slip (materials science), Elastic modulus, Fracture toughness, Materials science, Compressive strength, Compression (physics), Composite material, Beam (structure), Brittleness, Strain energy
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InnoRenew CoE
Renewable materials and healthy environments research and innovation centre of excellence
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  • Project Code: 739574
  • Funding stream: H2020 | SGA-CSA
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