Trees are generally classified, based on the mode of growth into:
What is the life time of a moderately durable timber?
Which of the following is an example of soft wood?
Which IS Code gives a classification of commercial timbers and their zonal distribution?
IS 3629-1966 classifies timber into 3 classes based on:
Which of the following is a type of non-refractory timber?
Which of the below type of timber has Young’s Modulus greater than 9800 N/mm2, but less than 12600 N/mm2?
What is the density of a light timber?
Hard wood is strong in tension and weak in compression.
Exogenous trees are further divided into:
Which of the below is a property of soft wood?
The drawback of electric seasoning of timber is