Biodeterioration of timber and its prevention in Indian coastal waters

third progress report, 1982-2005 by M. V. Rao

Publisher: Institute of Wood Science and Technology, Indian Council of Forestry Research and Education in Bangalore

Written in English
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 177-198).

StatementM.V. Rao ... [et al.].
ContributionsInstitute of Wood Science & Technology (Bangalore, India)
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 198 p. :
Number of Pages198
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LC Control Number2010318274

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However, under conditions that permit the develop-ment of wood-degrading organisms, protection must be provided during processing, merchandising, and by: Biodeterioration of timber and IWST, its prevention in Indian Coastal Bangalore Waters- 3rd Progress Report Pg.

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Understanding Biodeterioration of Wood in Structures 1 1 Introduction Decay of wood buildings in BC is hardly a new problem.

InH.W. Eades of the Western Forest Products Laboratory (now Forintek) wrote: “In the coastal region of British Columbia, much preventable loss results from decay in wooden structures, particularly in and around.

Lignin: Lignin Lignin or lignen is a complex chemical compound most commonly derived from wood and an integral part of the secondary cell walls of plants by de Candolle and is derived from the Latin word lignum meaning wood one of the most abundant organic polymers on Earth, superseded only by cellulose, employing 30% of non-fossil organic carbonand constituting from a.

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Deterioration is a phenomenon that occurs in materials of every type, including those used in buildings, metals, stones of monuments and so on. Any undesirable change in the properties of materials caused by vital activities of organisms is called biodeterioration. Or it is defined as any form of irreversible alteration, implying a modification in the.

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The subject and content. Describe Biodeterioration 1. Describe BIODETERIORATION 2. AN undesired change to the property in material/s caused by SOME organisms The impact on the materials listed and a method of prevention follow metals What is it.

timber glass concrete rubber textiles stone fuels 3. biodeterioration: the unwanted breakdown of materials such as foodstuffs, surface coatings, rubber, lubricants, by microorganisms, resulting in significant financial losses in many industries. Compare MICROBIAL DEGRADATION. International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation is the Official Journal of the International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation more information visit the International Biodeterioration and Biodegradation Society website.

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Physical or mechanical biodeterioration 3 Fouling or soiling (aesthetic biodeterioration) 3 (Bio)chemical assimilatory biodeterioration 5 (Bio)chemical dissimilatory biodeterioration 5 The range of deteriogens 5 Cycling of elements 6 Recognition and costing of biodeterioration 6 2.

Natural Materials 11 CELLULOSIC MATERIALS 11 Wood in the marine. The causes of building material biodeterioration are three main processes: mechanical, assimilative (building materials are a source of nutrition and energy for microorganisms), and dissimilative (the interaction of building materials with aggressive metabolites of microorganisms) [1].

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– 14). Biodeterioration of Wood Terry L. Highley Chapter 13 Contents Fungus Damage and Control 13–1 Molds and Fungus Stains 13–2 Chemical Stains 13–3 Decay 13–3 Prevention of Mold, Stain, and Decay 13–6 Remedial Treatment of Internally Decayed Wood 13–8 Bacteria 13–8.

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The biological causes of wood deterioration, during its processing or when it is in service, are of great concern to wood technologists. The economic importance of wood losses due to attack by decay fungi, wood-boring insects and marine borers demands that consideration be given to methods of conserving wood through a better understanding of Cited by: 1.

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Biodeterioration in timber usually occur when the RH value is greater than 95%, temperature between o. C to 50C [16]; and. ranging between – [9]. Advances in Information Science and Computer Engineering ISBN: A combination of the favourable conditions. Biodeterioration of timber and its prevention in Indian coastal waters.

Third Progress Report: (). Biogenetic modifications of marine sediments and their influence on archaeological : Paola Palma and L.N. Santhakumaran. Introduction. Wood is used for marine construction because it is readily available, easily fabricated and has low production energy costs (Eaton, ; Cragg et al., ).In addition, the mechanical properties of wood make it suitable for marine construction, with naturally durable, dense hardwoods used where physical degradation is a risk, while preservative treated softwoods are chosen Cited by: 9.

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Invertebrate biodeterioration of marine timbers above mean sea level along the coastlines of England and Wales Article in International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 47(3) December.Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

Jump to navigation Jump to search. English [] Etymology []. bio-+‎ deteriorationNoun []. biodeterioration (countable and uncountable, plural biodeteriorations) The decay of wood (and any other material) as a result of the action of bacteria, fungi or any other organis.Biodeterioration of Building Timbers in the High-Water-Activity Built Environment of Nigeria with a RH over of 90% coupled with a wet season of over 10 months [9].

These regions can continuously ensure adequate supply of these factors to sustain substantial degree .