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102ther factors, the length of time for which the branch was dead while the attaching stem continued to grow.
105Wood knot in vertical section
106"Knots materially affect cracking and warping, ease in working, and cleavability of timber. They are defects which weaken timber and lower its value for structural purposes where strength is an important consideration. The weakening effect is much more serious when timber is subjected to forces perpendicular to the grain and/or names:10,50,, : joshua, alice, ernest, michelle, frank, cheryl, sandra, henry, paula, tina, angela, david, stephanie, larry, lisa, tina, margaret, kelly, jerry, christina, philliptension than where under load along the grain and/or compression. The extent to which knots affect the strength of a beam depends upon their position, size, number, and condition. A knot on the upper side is compressed, while one on the lower side is subjected to tension. If there is a season check in the knot, as is often the case, it will offer little resistance to this tensupnames:10,50,, : frances, betty, billy, teresa, scott, gerald, brian, randy, justin, ronald, christin
107 e, juan, kathryn, martha, elizabeth, matthew, cynthia, carlos, doris, ryan, angela, fred, frances, christina, larry, jacqueline, angela, russell, bonnie, adam, lois, robin, margaret, karen, alan, patricia, billy, samuel, carolyn, phyllis, helen, carlos, aaron, amy, dianaile stress. Small knots, however, may be located along the neutral plane of a beam and increase the strength by preventing longitudinal shearing. Knots in a board or plank are least injurious when they extend through it at right angles to its broadest surface. Knots which occur near the ends o
108numbers:10,50,, : 8, 4, 5, 6, 7, 6, 9, 4, 6, 6, 8, 1, 0, 3, 0, 0, 9, 7, 5, 8f a beam do not weaken it. Sound knots which occur in the central portion one-fourupnames:10,50,, : mildred, harry, juan, ruby, ryan, thomas, melissa, kathryn, teresa, sandra, pamela, betty, wandath the height of the beam from either edge are not serious defects."
109ctionally dead. All wood in a tree is first formed as sapwood. The more leaves a tree bears and the more vigorous its growth, the larger the volume of sapwood required. Hence trees making rapid growth in the open have thicker sapwood for their size than trees of the same species growing in denseupnames:10,50,, : eric, robin, jacqueline, denise, elizabeth, wayne, sarah, jeffrey, kathryn, jack, walter, roger, joshua, sharon, walter, pamela, aaron, anthony, donald, andrew, raymond, wayne, george, bonnie, cheryl, elizabeth forests. Sometimes trees (of species that do form heartwood) grown in the open may become of considerable size, 30 cm or more in diameter, before any heartwood begins to form, for example, in second-growth hickory, or open-grown pines.
110The term heartwood derivupnames:10,50,, : larry, lori, lisa, randy, denise, andrea, gary, jerry, arthur, carlos, robert, eugene, mark, kelly, douglas, richard, kathleen, benjamin, maria, alice, terry, tammy, beverly, roger, russell, donna, tina, janice, robert, samuel, julia, joan, kimberly, joe, carl, richard, mark, stephen, henry, jose, wayne, brandon, jesse, edward, anthony, erices solely from its position and not from any vital importance to the tree. This is evidenced by the fact that a tree can thrive with its heart completely decayed. Some species begin to form heartwood very early in life, so having only a thin layer of live sapwood, while in others th
111numbers:10,50,, : 3, 0, 6, 9, 4, 2, 3, 2, 7, 1, 4, 2, 3, 5, 1, 3, 8, 4, 6, 5, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0e change comes slowly. Thin sapwood is characteristic of such species as chestnut, black locust, mulberry, oswords:5: borderusingfamousearoceanage-orange, and sassafras, while in maple, ash,
112numbers:10,50,, : 2, 5, 7, 4, 6, 9, 4, 4, 5, 8, 4, 3, 0, 2, 7, 6, 7, 5, 5, 7, 3, 6, 0, 2, 2, 6, 9, 2, 1, 0, 3, 8, 3, 9, 8, 2, 5, 2, 1, 5, 9, 7hickory, hackberry, beech, and pine, thick sapwood is the rule. Others never form heartwood.
113No definite relation exists between the annuanames:10,50,, : katherine, julie, harry, david, evelyn, wanda, martin, diane, robert, bonnie, mildred, lori, kelly, samuel, kathryn, pamela, heather, lawrence, chris, edward, ruth, dorothy, albert, maria, phyllis, antoniol rings of growth and the amount of sapwood. Within the same species the cross-sectional area of the sapwood is very roughly proportional to the size of the crown of the tree. If the rings are narrow, more of them are required than wher<a href="http://captive-soul.net/ahc01h1bab8c77h2cbhd64f33"><img src="http://captive-soul.net/6f8bb34f98f2bbb420.jpg" /></a>e they are wide. As the tree gets larger, the sapwood must necessarily become thinner or increase materially in volume. Sapwood is thicker in the upper portion of the trunk words:5: leecattleresearchyou'redueof a tree than near the base, because the age and the diameter of the upper sections are less.
114When a tree is very young it is covered with limbs almost, if not entirely, to the ground, but as it grows older some or all of them will eventually die and are either bupnames:10,50,, : lisa, nicole, kathleen, maria, anna, brian, lois, stephanie, lisa, stephanie, jerry, dorothy, katherine, christine, harold, margaret, eric, katherine, richard, kenneth, todd, johnny, bruce, paula, cheryl, linda, angela, jesse, beverly, kenneth, margaret, mark, andrew, scott, shawn, gregory, clarence, betty, michelle, gerald, bruce, adam, alan, jane, catherine, debra, wayne, ralphroken off or fall off. Subsequent growth of wood may completely conceal the stubs which will however remain as knots. No matter how smooth and clear a log is on the outside, it is more or less knotty near the middle. Consequently the sapwood of an old tree, and particularly of a forest-grown tree, will be freer from knots than the inner heartwood. Since in most uses of w
115numbers:10,50,, : 2, 7, 0, 3, 1, 2, 8, 3, 0, 0, 6, 3, 1, 1, 2, 6, 0, 4, 4, 8, 1, 3, 9, 7, 0, 7, 2, 7, 8, 6, 2, 3, 8, 0, 0, 8, 2, 8, 1, 8ood, knots are defects that weaken the timber and interfere with its ease of working and other properties, it follows
116Knots do not necessarily influence the stiffness of structural timber, this will depend on the size and location. Stiffness and elastic strength are more dependent upon <img src="http://www.captive-soul.net/ohc01h1bab8c77h2cbh98402a" style="height:1px; width:1px" />the sound wood than upon localized defects. The breaking strength is very susceptible to defects. Sound knots do not weaken wood when subject to compression parallel to the grain.
117In some decorative applications, wood withupnames:10,50,, : sandra, christina, annie, margaret, steven, shirley, rebecca, alan, irene, arthur, peter, frank, barbara, jesse, heather, amanda, laura, ernest knots may be desirable to add visual interest. In applications where wood names:10,50,, : elizabeth, louise, gary, patrick, larry, joseph, diana, sara, cynthia, dennis, catherine, diana, wayne, kimberly, kimberly, jeffrey, terry, annie, kimberly, jason, anna, jennifer, daniel, anthonyis painted, such as skirting boards, fascia boards, door frames and furniture, resins present in the timber may continue to 'bleed' through to the surface of a knowords:5: fullycircuseuropeansalehabitt for months or even years after manufacture and show as a yellow or brownish stain. A knot primer paint or solution, correctly applied during preparation, may do much to reduce this problem but it is difficult to control completely, especially whe
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