Modelling the Material Resistance of Wood—Part 3: Relative Resistance in above and in Ground Situations—Results of a Global Survey. Brischke, C., Alfredsen, G., Humar, M., Conti, E., Cookson, L., Emmerich, L., Flæte, P. O., Fortino, S., Francis, L., Hundhausen, U., Irbe, I., Jacobs, K., Klamer, M., Kržišnik, D., Lesar, B., Melcher, E., Meyer-Veltrup, L., Morrell, J. J., Norton, J., Palanti, S., Presley, G., Reinprecht, L., Singh, T., Stirling, R., Venäläinen, M., Westin, M., Wong, A. H. H., & Suttie, E. Forests, 12(5):590, May, 2021. Number: 5 Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
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Durability-based designs with timber require reliable information about the wood properties and how they affect its performance under variable exposure conditions. This study aimed at utilizing a material resistance model (Part 2 of this publication) based on a dose–response approach for predicting the relative decay rates in above-ground situations. Laboratory and field test data were, for the first time, surveyed globally and used to determine material-specific resistance dose values, which were correlated to decay rates. In addition, laboratory indicators were used to adapt the material resistance model to in-ground exposure. The relationship between decay rates in- and above-ground, the predictive power of laboratory indicators to predict such decay rates, and a method for implementing both in a service life prediction tool, were established based on 195 hardwoods, 29 softwoods, 19 modified timbers, and 41 preservative-treated timbers.
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	title = {Modelling the {Material} {Resistance} of {Wood}—{Part} 3: {Relative} {Resistance} in above and in {Ground} {Situations}—{Results} of a {Global} {Survey}},
	volume = {12},
	copyright = {http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/},
	shorttitle = {Modelling the {Material} {Resistance} of {Wood}—{Part} 3},
	url = {https://www.mdpi.com/1999-4907/12/5/590},
	doi = {10.3390/f12050590},
	abstract = {Durability-based designs with timber require reliable information about the wood properties and how they affect its performance under variable exposure conditions. This study aimed at utilizing a material resistance model (Part 2 of this publication) based on a dose–response approach for predicting the relative decay rates in above-ground situations. Laboratory and field test data were, for the first time, surveyed globally and used to determine material-specific resistance dose values, which were correlated to decay rates. In addition, laboratory indicators were used to adapt the material resistance model to in-ground exposure. The relationship between decay rates in- and above-ground, the predictive power of laboratory indicators to predict such decay rates, and a method for implementing both in a service life prediction tool, were established based on 195 hardwoods, 29 softwoods, 19 modified timbers, and 41 preservative-treated timbers.},
	language = {en},
	number = {5},
	urldate = {2021-05-12},
	journal = {Forests},
	author = {Brischke, Christian and Alfredsen, Gry and Humar, Miha and Conti, Elena and Cookson, Laurie and Emmerich, Lukas and Flæte, Per Otto and Fortino, Stefania and Francis, Lesley and Hundhausen, Ulrich and Irbe, Ilze and Jacobs, Kordula and Klamer, Morten and Kržišnik, Davor and Lesar, Boštjan and Melcher, Eckhard and Meyer-Veltrup, Linda and Morrell, Jeffrey J. and Norton, Jack and Palanti, Sabrina and Presley, Gerald and Reinprecht, Ladislav and Singh, Tripti and Stirling, Rod and Venäläinen, Martti and Westin, Mats and Wong, Andrew H. H. and Suttie, Ed},
	month = may,
	year = {2021},
	note = {Number: 5
Publisher: Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute},
	keywords = {fungal decay, service life prediction, moisture dynamics, moisture performance, wetting ability, biological durability, dose–response model, water uptake and release},
	pages = {590},
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