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The Encyclopedia of Wood [Paperback]

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Pages   496
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 1.25" Width: 8.5" Height: 10.75"
Weight:   2.5 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   May 1, 2007
Publisher   Skyhorse Publishing
ISBN  1602390576  
EAN  9781602390577  

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Timber is one of our most precious, versatile, and vulnerable resources, so using it effectively is important. Knowing your material inside and out is the first step to doing just that. Read about the structure of wood itself, from growth rings to its chemical composition. Learn wood's physical and mechanical properties, including everything from elasticity to nuclear radiation. This extensive manual includes a section on stress grading as well as thorough descriptions of which fasteners to use and when. It has information on adhesive bonding, biodeterioration, control of moisture content, preservation, fire safety, specialty treatments, and much more. The Encyclopedia of Wood is an essential resource for builders, architects, engineers, and woodworkers.

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Not for Everyone  Jun 20, 2008
The Encyclopedia of wood is a good reference text for forestry students or those wishing to learn about the scientific aspects of many wood species. For those wanting reference material for wood working it is too technical. There are many other books available better suited for crafts people.
Misleading Title  Apr 17, 2008
Warning: this is not an encyclopedia of boners. The title is misleading. I was sorely disappointed.
USDA Encyclopedia of Wood  Jan 28, 2008
The USDA Encyclopedia of Wood has a tremendous amount of information on wood, and is a very good buy for the price.
Wow  Dec 19, 2007
I got this book for my dad, because he is constantly building and working with various types of wood. He loves it, and constantly will use it on every single project he tackles. This was a great buy!
An interesting resource  Aug 12, 2007
For anyone interested in wood, in its ability to withstand stress, its bark, shrinkage, moisture content, fastening it to things, or even its preservation this is a wonderful book. A work of the U.S Department of Agriculture, Forest Service's Forest Product laboratory it is not strictly an encyclopedia but a collection of essays, pictures and descriptions of various aspects of wood.

The first sections detail types of wood, structure of wood and physical properties of wood. Later sections examine more obscure mathematical concepts regarding wood such as stress grades and structural analysis equations. Important chapters detail types of fastenings, drying and control of moisture as well as protection and preservation. An important chapter examines the use of wood in buildings and bridges. This is not a book that is a `how to' regarding wood. It is also not a book about all the types of wood in the world or how to identify all of them necessarily. It is rather a collection of sometimes seemingly unsystematically collected material on wood and many aspects of it.

An interesting book.

Seth J. Frantzman

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