Technical/Environmental Research

You can search below for reports that relate to each topic area. While some research is available for anyone to download, some is only available to B.C. companies, trade associations or research institutions, which require a username and password. 

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Also, to access a comprehensive library of technical research compiled from around the globe, visit the Think Wood research library.  

Title Authorsort ascending Date Reports Area
Development of MPB wood plastic and wood cement products
UBC - Department of Wood Science
2007 Sign in to view this report Mountain Pine Beetle Wood
FII-MDP-09-0064 Development of high performance MPB wood composites through nanotechnology
UBC - Department of Wood Science
2009 Sign in to view this report Mountain Pine Beetle Wood, Engineered Wood Products
Development of Thick Laminated MPB Wood Plates
UBC - Department of Wood Science
2007 Sign in to view this report Mountain Pine Beetle Wood, Engineered Wood Products
FII-MDP-09-0057 Bleaching Mechanical Pulps from MPB-infested Chips to Target Brightness with a Bisphosphine
UBC - Department of Chemistry
2009 Sign in to view this report Mountain Pine Beetle Wood
Hydrolysis & fermentation of wood waste and MPB wood to produce ethanol
UBC - Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering
2007 Sign in to view this report Mountain Pine Beetle Wood
Shell Structures in Wood - Technical Research and Testing Final Report
UBC
2015 Wood Building Systems
Force-Based Design Guideline for Timber-Steel Hybrid Structure: Steel Moment Resisting Frames with CLT Infill Walls
UBC
2015 Wood Building Systems
Demonstration of Treatability of Post-MPB Lumber
The Canadian Wood Council
2007 Sign in to view this report Secondary Manufacturing, Mountain Pine Beetle Wood
Embodied Carbon of Buildings and Infrastructure - International Policy Review
Ryan Zizzo, Joanna Kyriazis, Helen Goodland
2017 Environment / Green Building / Certification
Case Studies of Risk-to-Life due to Fire in Mid- and High-Rise, Combustible and Non-Combustible Buildings Using CUrisk
NEWBuildS and Carleton University
2015 Performance