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Economics, Statistics and Life Cycle Analysis Research

Project Title :  Integrate statistical methods and tools into FPL’s wood utilization and economics research enhancing its quality and increasing its impact
Project Number : FPL-4851-1B
Status : NEW
Start Date : 10-01-2012
End Date : 09-30-2019


View the 40 publications associated with this project.

Principal Investigator:
James W. Evans

Non Technical Summary
PhotoThe purpose of this research is to use modern statistical methods in cooperation with FPL scientists to improve the quality and effectiveness of advances in wood utilization research.


Objectives Summary
The objective is to use modern statistical methods to enhance the integrity and efficiency of FPL research.


Approach Summary
(1) Use specialized experimental designs to compare the effect of different treatments as powerfully and efficiently as possible, (2) use advanced computer-intensive statistical methods to incorporate real world complexities, and (3) use innovative ways to model research results and predict future performance under a variety of conditions.

Publications associated with this Project

Publication YearTitleDate Posted
2015A Tool for Estimating Variability in Wood Preservative Treatment Retention10/07/15
2015Acoustic Evaluation of Thinning and Biosolid Fertilization Effects on Wood Quality of a Douglas-fir stand09/25/15
2013Acoustic sorting models for improved log segregation10/24/13
2013An Evaluation of a Proposed Revision of the ASTM D 1990 Grouping Procedure03/07/13
2013Analysis of the Part I Southern Pine In-Grade Program Data05/29/13
2012Approaching zero cellulose loss in cellulose nanocrystal (CNC) production: recovery and characterization of cellulosic solid residues (CSR) and CNC10/05/12
2013Boron Diffusion in Surface-Treated Framing Lumber07/25/14
2015Cellulose Nanocrystal Entrapment of Benzalkonium Chloride in Southern Pine: Biological, Chemical, and Physical Properties09/15/15
2014Chapter 15: Discussion on Prior Commercial Wood Preservation Systems That Performed Less Well Than Expected08/08/14
2017Comparison of performance criteria for evaluating stake test data02/13/18
2014Documenting the Durability and Service Life of Pressure-treated Wood03/26/14
2013Durability of Hardboard Lap Siding09/30/13
2014E1-09 Termite Choice Testing: What is it good for?03/26/14
2016Effect of Fungal Competition on Decay Rates in Bicultured Soil Bottle Assays07/28/16
2016Effect of habitat-improvement thinnings on lumber products from coastal Douglas-fir04/21/16
2017Effect of sample moisture content on XRD-estimated cellulose crystallinity index and crystallite size06/28/17
2015Efficacy of alternatives to zinc naphthenate for dip treatment of wood packaging materials05/06/16
2012Enzymatic oxalic acid regulation correlated with wood degradation in four brown-rot fungi09/05/13
2017Evaluation of nonpressure wood preservatives for military applications12/07/17
2015Fifty-Year Durability Evaluation of Posts Treated with Industrial Wood Preservatives12/15/15
2013Framing Lumber from Building Removal: How do We Best Utilize This Untapped Structural Resource?10/24/13
2018Internal moisture content and temperature of standardized aboveground wood durability test specimens08/14/18
2015Laboratory Evaluations of Durability of Southern Pine Pressure Treated With Extractives From Durable Wood Species07/12/16
2019Laboratory immersion method for accelerated prediction of preservative leaching from pressure-treated wood exposed to precipitation05/03/19
2013Long-Term Durability of Pressure-Treated Wood in a Severe Test Site05/29/13
2014Microbial Community Analysis of Naturally Durable Wood in an Above Ground Field Test07/18/14
2018Northeastern United States species treated with copper-based preservatives: Durability in mississippi stake tests09/27/18
2013Prediction of wood Quality in Small-Diameter Douglas-Fir using site and Stand Characteristics05/08/13
2014Principal Component Analysis of Microbial Community Data from an Accelerated Decay Cellar Test08/14/14
2014Rate My Stake: Interpretation of Ordinal Stake Ratings03/26/14
2014Sex and age differences in site fidelity, food resource tracking, and body condition of wintering Kirtland's Warblers (Setophaga Kirtlandii) in the Bahamas08/07/14
2017Simple and accurate temperature correction for moisture pin calibrations in oriented strand board02/15/17
2019SPC handbook for the treated wood industries09/26/19
2017Statistical process control for residential treated wood02/13/18
2014Strength loss in decayed wood03/28/14
2017Technical Note: Comparison of accelerated methods for evaluating leaching from preservative-treated wood03/17/17
2013The role of extractives in naturally durable wood species05/14/13
2014The updated billion-ton resource assessment02/11/15
2015Use of a Resistance-type Moisture Meter above the Fiber Saturation Point05/03/16
2017Use of small volume cups in XRF analysis of treated wood retention09/15/17

Project Summaries last modified: 08-22-2018