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Department of Wood Science & Engineering

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Department of Wood Science & Engineering

 

"We are a multidisciplinary university program focused on science, technology, engineering and business practices that help society sustainably meet our needs for renewable materials, and help ensure the global competitiveness of American business. We are one of the largest and most diverse renewable materials programs in North America but pride ourselves on behaving like a small program when it comes to student success." Read more at: http://woodscience.oregonstate.edu/. This department acquired its current name in 2001, prior to that it was the Department of Forest Products.

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  • Han, Xiaoou (2014-10-01)
    In the forest products business and management literature, one common categorization of different types of innovation is product innovation, process innovation and business systems innovation. Forest products companies h ...
  • Schwarzkopf, Matthew John (2014-08-27)
    The mechanical performance of composite materials is determined by the mechanical properties of their individual components and the effective load transfer between these components. Binders are commonly used to bond comp ...
  • Salim, Nizam Ahmmed (2014-05-30)
    Plywood is the second largest, by value, wood-based product being imported by United Arab Emirates (UAE), below paper products and also second in terms of volume below sawn wood. Very few studies have been done of the UA ...
  • King, David (David Thomas) (2014-03-18)
    Engineered wood composites are used in many structural applications and are intended for dry use. However, these materials may encounter significant amounts of wetting while in service, which can lead to structural failu ...
  • Kramer, Anthonie (2014-03-14)
    The development of cross-laminated timber (CLT) panel technology has opened up new opportunities for wood in tall buildings. Several characteristics including seismic performance and speed of construction have raised int ...