A hygrothermo-mechanical model for wood: Part B. Parametric studies and application to wood welding: COST Action FP0904 2010-2014: Thermo-Hydro-Mechanical wood behavior and processing
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The correct prediction of the behavior of wood components undergoing environmental loading or industrial process requires that the hygric, thermal and mechanical (HTM) behavior of wood are considered in a coupled manner. A fully coupled poromechanical approach has been used to perform a parametric study on wood HTM behavior, and the results have been validated with neutron imaging measurements on a moist wood specimen exposed to high temperature. Further, HTM behavior of wood during welding has been simulated by the model. For such a simulation, proper material properties are needed, as some of them, for example thermal conductivity, have a significant influence on the local and temporal behavior of the material. Show more
Journal / seriesHolzforschung
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SubjectHeat and mass transport; Hygrothermal and mechanical behavior; Poromechanics; Wood
Organisational unit03806 - Carmeliet, Jan / Carmeliet, Jan
NotesIt was possible to publish this article open access thanks to a Swiss National Licence with the publisher.
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