Coniferous wood quality in the future: concerns and strategies View Full Text


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1995-08

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R. W. Kennedy

ABSTRACT

As the raw material base for forest products manufacturing shifts from old-growth to short-rotation plantation stock, the wood from these younger trees will contain larger proportions of juvenile wood. This in turn will influence the quality of forest products obtained. The pattern of specific gravity variation in these trees, which varies among the five most important Pacific Northwest species groups, is reviewed, and the nature of their differences is related to growth habit. The shade intolerance of some species is speculated to manifest itself in an early culmination of annual height inrement, after which specific gravity increases rapidly to a maximum. This is contrasted to shade-tolerant species, in which specific gravity may take several decades to attain a minimum value, followed by only moderate increases thereafter. In addition, faster growth rates in widely spaced plantation trees tend to depress specific gravity and advance the age at which these trees reach their minimum value, thereby compounding the overall wood density of deficit of short-rotation trees. Lower specific gravity, compounded with reduced lignin content in juvenile wood, negatively influences kraft pulp yield, but not pulp quality parameters such as sheet density, burst and tensile strength. Reduced wood density, coupled with larger fibril angles in juvenile wood, reduces average strength and stiffness of lumber from younger plantation trees. Mechanical stress rating needs to be adopted to segregate the strong, stiff material for engineered construction uses, because a large proportion of visually graded lumber from juvenile wood zones will not meet currently assigned stress values. Mechanical stress rating can ensure a continued stream of appropriate engineering grades from future tree supplies. More... »

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