Predicting Flexural Creep in Particleboard
AbstractAn analytical expression that relates flexural creep behavior to time, temperature, and stress was used in this study to predict the long-time performance of a commercial particle-board from the short-time behavior exhibited in a conventional static bending test. The particleboard exhibited a hyperbolic deflection—log time relationship under all conditions studied while deflection predicted from tests at elevated temperature was nearly linear with log of time. Both Larson-Miller and Goldfein parameters provide reasonable estimates at low stress levels. At higher stress levels, the Larson-Miller parameter provides more conservative estimates of the behavior in the 1000-3000 hr range. Neither method predicts accurately the increasing creep rates at the high stress levels and longer times.
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