Mechanical properties of « Flexure Wood »

Abstract : Wood ensures the mechanical stability of the trunk and branches. Its formation is impacted by windy environments: living cells sense mechanical strains and modify the formation of wood accordingly in terms of quantity and quality: these biological responses are called “Thigmomorphogenesis”. We bent young poplars three times a day, five days per week during six months. When a stem is bent, wood endures compressive and/or tensile stresses. Our objective is to determine the impact of these growing conditions on the mechanical properties of wood.
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7e Journées du GDR 3544 Sciences du bois, Nov 2018, Cluny, France. pp.320, 2018
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Benjamin Niez, Jana Dlouha, Evelyne Toussaint, Joseph Gril, Bruno Moulia, et al.. Mechanical properties of « Flexure Wood ». 7e Journées du GDR 3544 Sciences du bois, Nov 2018, Cluny, France. pp.320, 2018. 〈hal-01939979〉

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