ccmc's compliance opinion in section 1 is bound by the trex wood-polymer composite lumber and trex transcend decking being used in . trex wood-. polymer > 750 modulus of elasticity (moe). span-to-depth ratio within 18 to 21 transcend. composite > 750. strength and lumber. -- mpä.
wood plastic composite (wpc) with or without additive are studied by using full-field strain measurements . decking represents the main part of their market in sectors such as garden furniture, automotive and buildings . relationship between stress wave non-destructive evaluation (nde) modulus of elasticity (moe) and.
modulus of rupture, modulus of elasticity, and strain at break. the creep resistance of . introduction. deck boards made of woodplastic composites (wpcs) have increased durability with . relatively low modulus of rupture (mor), modulus of elasticity (moe), and creep resistance because of their.
modulus of elasticity and rupture. thermal expansion. hardness. abrasion resistance. accelerated weathering. composite materials must also include tags or labels for identification. we require an evaluation report as evidence that .
wood-plastic composite (wpc) products were first widely marketed in the early 1990s as weather-resistant decking. the product concept . adding wood to plastic to make wpc reduces the formula cost, raises the modulus of elasticity, and lowers the coefficient of thermal expansion. these benefits come at .
modulus of elasticity (moe) of various plastics and composite materials with a taber stiffness tester as an alternative to conventional universal testing machines. the proposed approach presents an expedited means to assess moe for a wide range of plastics and wood plastic composites (wpcs) .
modulus of elasticity 122. shear modulus 123. strength properties 123. panel products 123. plywood 123. oriented strandboard (osb) 124. particleboard 124. hardboard 124. medium-density fiberboard 125. timber elements/structural composite lumber 125. glued-laminated .
decking specification. part 1: general. 1.1 section includes. a. composite decking . structural composite lumber products, astm. international. g. astm d-6109-97: standard test method for flexural . 1) modulus of elasticity (moe): 542,200 psi.- ultimate. 2) modulus of rupture (mor): 3157 psi. - ultimate.
modulus of elasticity among the thermoplastic products were found in pp-, hdpe- and pvc-based composites, and all are in the same region, between 5000 mpa and . bolin, c. a.; smith, s. life cycle assessment of acq-treated lumber with comparison to wood plastic composite decking.
composite wood decking bonded with phenol resorcinol formaldehyde and polyurethane adhesives after accelerated aging tests . compared with solid quartersawn decking boards, the quartersawn composite decking boards had the same modulus of rupture and modulus of elasticity.
composite wood decking. 2/2/09. composite decking. section 06 7300. part 1-general. 1.1 summary. a. section includes. composite wood decking. b. related sections. division 01: administrative, procedural, and temporary work requirements. section 06 1100-wood framing and supports. 1.2 references.
wood composite panels for structural decking", dissertation, michigan technological university . 2005. composite action and the load sharing between a 24 wide corrugated deck system and the supporting . figure 43: modulus of elasticity sensitivity studies of 3"x16" weak axis bending.
wood available. from the atlantic city boardwalk, to las vegas' resort hotel treasure island, to your own backyard, nothing keeps it's integrity or lasts as long as ipe decking. ipe is an . modulus of elasticity (stiffness) - psi, 3,140,000, 1,630,000, 1,520,000, 1,110,000, 1,100,000.
latitudes® (veranda, capricorn, deckorators and marine) wood/plastic composite. deck board. masterformat: 06 73 14.01. evaluation issued: . intended to be used as exterior decking installed over traditional structural wood framing (see figures 1 and 2) . modulus of elasticity (moe).
wood 401. 9.11.1. materials 401. 9.11.2. specified strengths and moduli of elasticity 401. 9.12. glued-laminated timber 404. 9.12.1. materials 404. 9.12.2. specified strengths and moduli of . section modulus of a transformed section of a composite wood-concrete deck with respect to the bottom fibres, mm3. st.
composite outperforms other wood and composite decking products . a deck board's modulus of elasticity (moe) and modulus of rupture (mor) are good indicators of its ultimate performance and resistance to flex or sagging between joists. the higher the value, the better .
wood; contains no toxic chemicals or preservatives; environmental friendly; can be 100% recycled; high strength; outstanding screw and nail retention; high impact resistance; great compressive tensile shear strength; modulus of elasticity: 20% greater than pvc.
pound for pound, plastic and composites can't match the span capability of wood. "with either an all-plastic material or the wood-plastic composite materials, your strength is comparable to wood, but your stiffness, or flexural [elastic] modulus, is quite a bit lower," explains u.s. army corps of engineers .
trex® composite decking is a wood thermoplastic composite lumber (wtcl) deck board and fascia, with an integrated shell that covers the boards on the top surface and sides. the underside of the boards and fascia is not covered . modulus of elasticity (e)1. 200,000. compressive stress parallel to longitudinal direction .