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Rapidly Detection for Moso Bamboo Density under Different Moisture ConditionBased on X-CT Technology

Artículos

Revista/Conferencia:

SPECTROSCOPY AND SPECTRAL ANALYSIS

Language:

English

Autor:

Wang Qingping; Zhang Guilan

Experts:

Liu Xinge; Yang Shumin; Tian Genlin; Shang Lili; Ma Jianfeng

Año:

2016

Volumen:

36

Edición:

6

Número de páginas:

1899-1903

Palabras claves:

X-ray computed tomography (X-CT) technology; Density detection; Moso bamboo; Moisture content

Density, which is closely relate with many physical and mechanical properties of bamboo, is one of the important indicators of bamboo material properties. Moreover, because of existing different moisture gradients in bamboo, the measured results of the density are different. Based on X-ray computed tomography (X-CT) technology, the divergent degree of the CT values of 7 different aged Moso bamboo was compared under oven-dried, air-dried and water-saturated conditions. Except for the 4 year-old and 10-year-old Moso bamboo, the CT values of other aged bamboos have minor differences with each other; the models for the measured CT values and the corresponding densities of Moso bamboo were respectively fitted under oven-dried, air-dried and water-saturated conditions. Meanwhile, the model was also fitted under different moisture gradients, which was composed by the measured CT values and the corresponding densities of Moso bamboo. Then the relations between the CT values andthe densitiesof 7 different aged Moso bamboo were systematically analyzed under single moisture content and three moisture gradients; the CT values were fitted under oven-dried condition, of which the radial positions are relative to the outer of Moso bamboo. According to the relation between the CT value and the density, the fitting curves explain the reasons for the radial density variations of 7 different aged Moso bamboo. Results show that the relations, which are fitted by the measured densities and the corresponding CT values of 7 different aged Moso bamboo under oven-dried, air-dried and water-saturated conditions, are good linear and the slopes of those models are approximate; the relation of the densities with the CT values for Moso bamboo is linear under different moisture gradients, moreover, which is rarely affected by moisture. The regression equation is: D=0.001 H+ 1.003 2, R-2=0.968 3(D is the density, H is the CT value) and the determination coefficient of the validation model is: R-2 = 0.974 3; there is no obvious variation between the densities of the inner and the outer, but not in middle part to 7 different aged Moso bamboo under oven-dried condition. To realize rapid detection on the densities of Moso bamboo under different moisture content, these results provide technical support and data reference. At the same time, X-ray computed tomography (X-CT) technology also puts forward a new feasible way for the further studies of bamboo material properties and structure.