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Humidity and temperature effects on MOR and MOE of hard maple-veneered medium density fiberboard



Humidity and temperature effects on MOR and MOE of hard maple-veneered medium density fiberboard



Forest Products Journal 31(6): 54-58



Bending properties were evaluated at all combinations of 50, 64, 78 and 92% RH with 10, 23.9 and 37.8 deg C, for: (a) 5/8-inch thick 9X23-inch hard maple (sugar maple) veneered MDF composites; (b) 5/8-inch sugar maple lumber; and (c) Douglas fir plywood. Veneer thickness or shelling ratio (SR), RH and temp. affected MOR and MOE of (a), (b) and (c). MOR and MOE were increased by an increase in SR and decreased by high RH or temp. The effects of SR and RH were greater than the effects of temp.

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