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Navi, P; Stanzl-Tschegg, S.
(2009): Micromechanics of creep and relaxation of wood. A review COST Action E35 2004-2008: Wood machining - micromechanics and fracture
HOLZFORSCHUNG. 2009; 63(2): 186-195. FullText FullText_BOKU

Abstract:
Wood, like all polymeric materials, shows viscoelastic behaviour. The time dependent behaviour of wood depends on material anisotropy, temperature, moisture and stresses. To predict the behaviour of wood, numerous mathematical models have been developed largely relying on experimental results. In this paper, time dependent viscoelastic behaviour of wood is reviewed under constant and cyclic climatic conditions, separately. More emphasis is given on results obtained in recent years on the behaviour of thin wood tissues, single fibres, thermo-viscoelasticity of wood, influence of hemicelluloses and the modelling of the effect of transient moisture at the molecular level on the mechanical response.
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Tschegg Stefanie
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