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Title: O uso de modelos matemáticos na estimativa da densidade básica da madeira em plantios de clones de Eucalyptus sp
Other Titles: The use of mathematical models for estimating wood basic density of Eucalyptus sp clones
Keywords: Densidade básica da madeira
Eucaluptus sp
Wood basic density
Issue Date: 2006
Publisher: Universidade Federal de Lavras
Citation: THIERSCH, C. R. et al. O uso de modelos matemáticos na estimativa da densidade básica da madeira em plantios de clones de Eucalyptus sp. Cerne, Lavras, v. 12, n. 3, p. 264-278, jul./set. 2006.
Abstract: This study aimed at identifying at what point in the stem, in the longitudinal and cardinal direction, the pylodin penetration depth should be measured, for determining wood basic density, envisaging forestry inventory Data base used in compassed 36 parcels of 400 m2 . Around the parcels 216 trees were sealed. Two clones (hybrid of E. grandis and E. urophylla), at the ages of 3; 4, 5 and 6 years, belonging to three different sites in East Brazil, encompassing East and Northeast of Espirito Santo state and south of Bahia state. In each measuring height of diameters it was also measured the penetration depth of the pylodin (in mm). The average basic density of scaled trees, was determined, departing from the cheaps, using the immersion method. The main conclusions were: The density equation, as function of the pylodin measures, age, site, diameters at 1.3m of ground and total height, was more precise, exact and stable than the density equation as function of pylodin, age, site and diameter, which in turn was more exact and stable than the density equation, as function of pylodin measures, age, site, diameter at a 1.3m of the ground and of total height, was precise and exact for all ages and sites, in dependent on if the pylodin measurements were taken in the South or in North fares, or in the average position between them. The height for measurement with pylodin can also be taken in the more ergonomic position of 1.3m. The density estimation, as a function of the measures with the pylodin, or as a function of the use of the pylodin, age, average dominant tree height an diameter at 1.3m of the ground, for both clones, was more precise when the measure with the pylodin was taken at the North face. The average tree basic density must always be taken by a specific equation for each clone, given that these equations differ statistically.
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