Protection of Wood Designs in Adverse Environmentsby J. E. Winandy, Forest Service, United States,
J. J. Morrell, Forest Service, United States,
Abstract: Engineers and architects are becoming increasingly aware of the risks of poor wood design practices and the benefits of using wood properly. This paper addresses biological factors that influence the risk portion of the risk-benefit equation. It further suggests appropriate methods to prevent designed-in failure through the use and specification of wood preservatives accepted by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
Subject Headings: Wood preservatives | Structural design | Risk management | Wood construction | Architects | Building design | Biological processes
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