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Conception and feasibility of bamboo–precocious wood composite beams

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Associating bamboo with weak precocious woods, a type of sandwich beam was conceived. This combination, having bamboo layers that act as a reinforcement, develops the usage of less marketed forest products. This paper is devoted to present the conception of this composite beam and its viability. Following the general description of the beam conception, the first half is focused on the manufacture feasibility including the bond ability of bamboo and the lamina production. In the latter half, in view of the realization, the supplemental cost of reinforcement related with the technical performance is discussed in respect of the economical viability of the product.

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2017-10-19

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