3 edition of Lumber values from computerized simulation of hardwood log sawing. found in the catalog.
Lumber values from computerized simulation of hardwood log sawing.
1980 by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory in [Madison, Wis.] .
Written in English
|Series||Research paper FPL -- 356.|
|Contributions||Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lumber values from computerized simulation of hardwood log sawing. [Madison, Wis.]: U.S.
Dept. of Agriculture, Forest. Lumber yield and values were compared for the 5 types of sawing modelled by the program [see FPA 3, ].
Results indicated that all of the '4-sided' sawing methods gave similar lumber values. Live sawing was better than the 4-sided methods with good logs, but inferior for to inch-diam. logs with large defective cores. Live sawing followed by ripping produced the Cited by: Lumber values from computerized simulation of hardwood log sawing.
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A 3D log sawing optimization system was developed to perform log generation, opening face determination, sawing simulation, and lumber grading using 3D modeling techniques. However, to accomplish this, a fast and accurate computerized means of grading lumber is required. Methods.
Lumber from the kiln-dried hardwood lumber database (Gatchell et al., ) supplied boards for the development and testing data samples.
The databank is composed of boards graded to FAS, F1F, Selects, 1 Common, 2A Common, and 3A Cited by: 2. The wood resource: in terms of its quality, log supply and predicted log size. The species — whether old-growth, second-growth or plantation whether managed or not, and if managed the silvicultural treatments that have been applied to the forest resource, its age and condition — are factors which determine the grade of material likely to be cut, because they affect the log.
This paper presents the results of a sawing simulation study examining the effects of the rotational orientation of the log and the depth of the opening cut on the value of hardwood lumber.
Richards, et al., “Lumber Values from Computerized Simulation of Hardwood Log Sawing”, USDA, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory, Research Paper, FPLSteele, et al., “Increased lumber value from optimum orientation of internal defects with respect to sawing pattern in hardwood sawlogs”, Forest Products Journal, vol.
Four cutting orders, Furniture, Panel, USDA Easy, and USDA Tough were processed in the simulation. Processing of lumber from the conventional sawmill resulted in significantly higher furniture part yields: percent for Selects and percent for No 2A Common as compared to the yields derived from lumber manufactured at the short-log sawmill.
A simulation study was used to analyze the flow of products though a sawmill in order to determine where productivity improvements could be made. The sawmill analyzed is located in the interior of British Columbia, and processes a variety of species and products.
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