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Publication Number: FHWA-HRT-04-097
Date: August 2007

Measured Variability Of Southern Yellow Pine - Manual for LS-DYNA Wood Material Model 143

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APPENDIX B. QUADRATIC EQUATIONS FIT TO MOISTURE CONTENT DATA

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Figure 36.

Effect of moisture content on tensile modulus parallel to the grain.

Source: Forest Products Laboratory (14).

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Figure 37.

Effect of moisture content on tensile modulus perpendicular to the grain.

Source: Forest Products Laboratory (14).

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Figure 38.

Effect of moisture content on tensile strength parallel to the grain.

Source: Forest Products Laboratory (14).

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Figure 39.

Effect of moisture content on tensile strength perpendicular to the grain.

Source: Forest Products Laboratory (14).

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Figure 40.

Effect of moisture content on compressive strength parallel to the grain.

Source: Forest Products Laboratory (14).

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Figure 41.

Effect of moisture content on compressive strength perpendicular to the grain.

Source: Forest Products Laboratory (14).

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Figure 42.

Effect of moisture content on shear strength parallel to the grain.

Source: Forest Products Laboratory (14).

No measurements were made for shear strength perpendicular to the grain.

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Figure 43.

Effect of moisture content on mode I fracture intensity.

Source: Forest Products Laboratory (14).

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Figure 44.

Effect of moisture content on mode II fracture intensity.

Source: Forest Products Laboratory (14).

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