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Trees species and relative water demand.
Relative water demand of conifers and broad leaved trees:
Relative Low Water Demand
- Honey locust
- Tulip tree
Relative Moderate Water Demand
- Acasia false
- Bay laurel
- Douglas fir
- Mountain ash
- Tree of heaven
Relative High Water Demand
- Climate, meteorology, sun, wind and environmental related engineering resources.
- Engineering related topics like Beaufort Wind Scale, CE-marking, drawing standards and more.
- The cord unit for purchasing fuel wood.
- Properties of structural lumber.
- Height of trees commonly used in towns and urban areas.
- Combustion of wood and firewood heat values for species like Pine, Elm, Hickory and more.
- The density of wood versus moisture content.
- Combustion heat values for wet and dry wood - Btu/pounds, kJ/kg and kcal/kg.
- Bending and compression strength of wood species used in beams.
- Safe loads for wood columns.
- Soft and hardwood - the Janka Hardness scale.
- Densities of various wood species - apple, ash, cedar, elm and more.
- Weight of green and air-dried fire wood.
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