25APR

FLORAM receives Impact Factor

We are pleased to announce that FLORAM has received its first impact factor rating in the 2022 Journal Citation Reports (JCR).

Now FLORAM has the highest impact factor among Brazilian Forest Sciences journals.

Floresta e Ambiente
https://floram.org/article/doi/10.4322/floram.2011.036
Floresta e Ambiente
Original Article Forest Products

Propriedades Físicas de Painéis Aglomerados Comerciais Confeccionados com Bagaço de Cana e Madeira

Physical Properties of Commercial Particle-boards Made of Sugarcane Bagasse and Wood

Freire, Cecilia de Souza; Silva, Danillo Wisky; Scatolino, Mário Vanoli; Cesar, Antonia Amanda da S.; Bufalino, Lina; Mendes, Lourival Marin

Downloads: 1
Views: 1581

Resumo

As propriedades físicas de painéis aglomerados comerciais produzidos com bagaço de cana e madeira foram estudadas. Os testes de absorção de água e inchamento em espessura foram realizados para comparação entre os materiais estudados e entre os tipos de absorção de cada material: total, superficial e lateral. Nos testes de comparação entre painéis de bagaço de cana e painéis de madeira, foi observado que os primeiros apresentaram maiores valores de absorção de água, mas menores inchamentos em espessura. O aglomerado de bagaço de cana apresentou maiores valores de absorção de água lateral. Já no de madeira, a absorção total foi superior após 2 horas, mas igualou-se à absorção superficial após 24 horas.

Palavras-chave

materiais lignocelulósicos, painéis aglomerados, propriedades físicas.

Abstract

The physical properties of commercial particle-boards made of sugar cane bagasse and wood were studied. Thickness swelling and water absorption tests were conducted in order to compare the materials and their types of absorption: total, lateral and superficial. Tests for comparison between particle-boards made of different materials showed that sugar cane bagasse particle‑boards presented higher water absorption, but lower thickness swelling. For sugar cane bagasse particle-board, the highest value was found for lateral water absorption. For wood particle-board, the total absorption was highest after 2 hours of immersion, but it became equal to the superficial absorption after 24 hours.

Keywords

lignocellulosic materials, particle-boards, physical properties
588e222ae710ab87018b468c floram Articles
Links & Downloads

FLORAM

Share this page
Page Sections