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|Highlight ID||Title||Strategic Program Area(s)||Year||Station|
|Centennial Edition, Wood Handbook—Wood as an Engineering Material|
The Wood Handbook—Wood as an Engineering Material serves as a primary reference document for a wide variety of users-from the general publ ...
|Resource Management and Use||2010||FPL|
|Cone Calorimetry Takes Center Stage in Evaluating Fire Retardancy of Wood Products|
Evaluations of cone calorimeter tests are now documented in handbook
|Resource Management and Use||2012||FPL|
|Developing a fire model for homeowner-sized plats - Protecting lives and properties through proper selection of building and landscape materials|
This research is directed to development of fire growth model for the homeowner sized plat that would guide the user on better and aesthetic sel ...
|Wildland Fire and Fuels||2011||FPL|
|Developing the Next Generation of Forest Fire Behavior Models|
Efforts are underway to develop the next generation of forest fire behavior models, and Forest Service researchers are extending their knowledge ...
|Wildland Fire and Fuels||2015||FPL|
|Engineering and Economic Modeling of Biofuels Production|
FPL researchers developed a flexible and customizable computer model that allows users to do a preliminary evaluation of the feasibility of inco ...
|Resource Management and Use||2011||FPL|
|Evaluating fire-damaged components of historic covered bridges|
Arson continues to claim many historic covered bridges including the most recent one : Cedar Covered Bridge
|Water, Air, and Soil||2017||FPL|
|Intumescent Coating for Fire Protection of Structures|
After years of development by industry, Forest Service scientists conducted specialized fire tests to prove the value of intumescent coating for ...
|Resource Management and Use||2014||FPL|
|Shift Toward Mesophytic Species in Oak Forests May Limit Fire Reintroduction|
Exclusion of fire from eastern mixed-oak forests is widely understood to be an important explanation for difficulty in regenerating oaks. Forest ...
|Wildland Fire and Fuels||2016||NRS|