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Tópicos Especiais: Wood And Cellulosic Materials

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Número de Créditos: 05

Ementa:

Natural forests. Plantation forests. Forest resources. Wood as a renewable material. The structure of Wood. Wood technology. Lignocelullosic materials. Florestas naturais. Florestas plantadas. Recursos florestais. Madeira como material renovável. A estrutura de madeira. Tecnologia da madeira. Materiais Lignocelulósicos.

Bibliografia Principal:

BAAS, P.; EWERS, F.W.; DAVIS, S.D.; WHEELER, E.A. Evolution of xylem physiology. In: POOLE, I.; HEMSLEY, A. (eds). Evolution of Plant Physiology. London: Elsevier Academic Press. (Linnaean Society Symposium Series), 2004. p 273-295. BARNETT, J.R.; JERONIMIDIS, G. (eds.) Wood quality and its biological basis. Oxford, Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2003. 211p. HACKE, U.G., J.S. SPERRY & J. PITTERMANN. 2005. Efficiency versus safety tradeoffs for water conduction in angiosperm vessels versus gymnosperm tracheids. In: N.M. Holbrook & M.A. Zwienniecki (eds.) Vascular transport in plants: 333-354. Elsevier Inc., Amsterdam. HOADLEY, B. Understanding Wood: A Craftsman’s Guide to Wood Technology. Taunton Press, Newtown, CT, 2000. NIKLAS, K.J. Plant biomechanics: an engineering approach to plant form and function. Chicago & London: The University of Chicago Press, 1992. 607p. PANSHIN, A.J., DE ZEEUW, C. Textbook of wood technology. 4th Ed. McGraw-Hill, New York, 1980. RUDNIK, Ewa. Compostable polymer materials. Amsterdam: Elsevier, 2008. 211 p. SHACKELFORD, J. F. Introduction to materials science for engineers. 6th. ed. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005. 878 p SMITH, Ray. Biodegradable polymers for industrial applications. Washington: CRC Press, 2005. 516 p.