Laura Hasburgh E.
Laura Hasburgh, E.Building and Fire Sciences
Fire Protection Engineer
One Gifford Pinchot Drive
|Publication Year: 2018|
Highlight ID: 1301
|Wood Adhesives at High Temperatures|
Researchers examined the performance of finger-jointed lumber to understand how it performs in fire. ...
|Publication Year: 2017|
Highlight ID: 1273
|Fire performance of CLT buildings|
Fire tests demonstrate that CLT buildings can be designed to withstand fire. ...
|Publication Year: 2015|
Highlight ID: 602
|Cellulose Nanocrystals Chemically Entrap Biocide in Wood|
Forest Service scientists evaluated naturally occurring cellulose nanocrystals (CNC) that are reported to have unique chemical properties and impart high strength were evaluated for the potential to improve durability of wood. CNC were shown to penet ...
Highlight ID: 608
|Comparison of Two Bench-scale Tests Used for Obtaining Heat Release Rate|
There is a growing demand for material properties to be used as inputs in fire behavior models designed to address building fire safety. This comparative study evaluates using the mass loss calorimeter as a low-cost alternative to the cone calorimete ...