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  • Compressive response and failure of balsa wood -

    2007-12-15 · The general features of the stress–displacement response (Fig. 8a) are similar but the elastic modulus is higher, the stress at the limit load is 1.67 ... The paper presents experimental results from an extensive study of the compressive response and failure of balsa wood. Compression experiments in the axial, radial and tangential directions ...

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    2007-12-15 · Balsa wood is a natural cellular material with excellent stiffness-to-weight and strength-to-weight ratios as well as superior energy absorption characteristics. These properties are derived from the microstructure, which consists of long slender cells ( tracheids ) with approximately hexagonal crosssections that are arranged axially.

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  • Compressive response and failure of fiber reinforced ...

    1999-12-1 · The compressive response of polymer matrix fiber reinforced unidirectional composites (PMC's) is investigated via a combination of experiment and analysis. The study accounts for the nonlinear constitutive response of the polymer matrix material and examines the effect of fiber geometric imperfections, fiber mechanical properties and fiber volume fraction on the measured compressive …

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  • Compressive response and failure of fiber reinforced ...

    2019-2-2 · Compressive response and failure of fiber reinforced unidirectional composites S.H. LEE and ANTHONY M. WAAS University of Michigan, Department of Aerospace Engineering, MI 48109-2140, Ann Arbor, U.S.A. Received 28 December, 1998; accepted in revised form 15 July 1999 Abstract.

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  • Compressive response and failure of fiber reinforced ...

    2004-10-14 · Compressive response and failure of fiber reinforced unidirectional composites Compressive response and failure of fiber reinforced unidirectional composites Lee, S.H.; Waas, Anthony 2004-10-14 00:00:00 The compressive response of polymer matrix fiber reinforced unidirectional composites (PMC's) is investigated via a combination of experiment and analysis.

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  • Dynamic Compressive Response and Failure Behavior

    2018-2-5 · The high-strain-rate compressive behavior of an epoxy syntactic foam is examined in this study. A pulse-shaped split Hopkinson pressure bar (SHPB), modified for low-impedance material testing, was used to ensure that the samples deformed under dynamic equilibrium and …

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  • The Interaction of Failure Modes in the Compression ...

    2016-4-6 · been addressed by Waas et al.,16 Ahn and Waas,17,18 and Soutis et al.,19 while the in uence of ber waviness on compression failure of unidirectional laminates has been studied by Wisnom.20 Micromechanical models to predict compressive strength using varying degrees of simpli cation have been proposed by Naik and

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  • COMPRESSIVE FAILURE OF FIBRE COMPOSITES

    2006-2-14 · COMPRESSIVE FAILURE MODES : BACKGROUND AND REVIEW Elastic kinking cs plastic kinking Microbuckling under axial compression of aligned-hbre composities is a failure mechanism wherein (see Fig. 1) the fibres undergo cooperative kinking in a narrow band.

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  • STRESS-STRAIN RESPONSE OF WOOD UNDER RADIAL

    FEATURES ON STRESS-STRAIN RESPONSE One of the goals of this research is to study how the engineering stress-strain behavior of wood under transverse compression is influ- enced by its anatomical features. This implies a need to observe both localized and gross be- …

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  • Flexural Analysis of Balsa Core Sandwich Composite

    2021-4-14 · A comprehensive investigation was undertaken to study failure mechanisms of sandwich composites and their influence on flexural behavior. Sandwich composite panels were cured from compression thermoforming of E-glass/epoxy skin and low density balsa wood core. Balsa …

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  • Compressive response of multi-layered thermoplastic ...

    Abstract Multi-layered thermoplastic composite (TPC) corrugated sandwich panels (CSPs) were designed and fabricated from glass fiber reinforced polypropylene prepregs by hot-pressing and hot-melting bonding methods. Quasi-static compressive response including failure deformation modes of TPC CSPs were experimentally and numerically investigated to reveal the effect of layer numbers and core ...

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  • Structure–property relations for balsa wood as a

    2014-2-23 · In order to find an alternative core material to balsa wood in composite sandwich structures, it is important to understand balsa’s elastic properties in relation to its complex microstructural organisation. In the present work, experimental data on the elastic constants and microstructural features of balsa wood were collected for different porosities (densities) and processed into ...

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  • On the Compressive Response of Polymeric Cellular

    2020-1-18 · The compressive stress was determined by dividing the load by the initial cross-sectional area of the specimen; As cellular materials experience variations in the local strain field under compression, the average compressive strain was determined optically by tracking the relative displacement of two points drawn on the compressive platens.

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  • Most Downloaded International Journal of Solids and ...

    2007-12-15 · CiteScore: 5.8 ℹ CiteScore: 2020: 5.8 CiteScore measures the average citations received per peer-reviewed document published in this title. CiteScore values are based on citation counts in a range of four years (e.g. 2016-2019) to peer-reviewed documents (articles, reviews, conference papers, data papers and book chapters) published in the same four calendar years, divided by the number of ...

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  • Characterization of dynamic and quasistatic

    Mainly, two distinct features are noticeable in the measured compressive response. One set of composites exhibited a compressive response where stress dropped abruptly beyond peak stress (red curves), and we refer the failure type as catastrophic, i.e., a sudden loss of the compressive …

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  • (PDF) The mechanical response of a syntactic

    [22,27], where the same setup was employed to measure the with appropriate modifications. Details of this experimental tech- high strain rate compressive response of closed-cell polymer foams nique can be found in Refs. [29,30]. In the high strain rate tests, one and balsa wood.

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  • Bending response and failure mechanism of

    The bending failure load and the value of P δ were analytically predicted. The discrepancy between the experimental results and the predictions was analyzed. Furthermore, the analytical prediction also revealed that the value of P δ was dependent on the span …

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  • Characterising and modelling the mechanical

    2019-5-10 · In general, the compressive behaviour is well established and it can be tested easily [1, 9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18]. However, a simple and reliable methodology for extracting the main features of the tensile and shear responses (i.e. tensile and shear moduli, yielding points, ultimate strengths or failure strains) has yet to be achieved.

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  • Experimental and numerical investigation of sandwich ...

    2020-12-23 · Subsequently, after the occurrence of balsa shear failure and debonding, corrugated composite bears the load much more than before (i.e. high axial compressive stress σ 11) and consequently the matrix compressive failure criterion is satisfied as can be observed in Figure 20(a) (SDV22) and corresponding damage variable d m c begins to grow ...

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  • How to Test for Common Boomilever Failures | SkyCiv

    2019-9-18 · Failure Cases Compression Failure. Compression forces are those that compress the member, or crush inwards. We want to pick a failure criteria we can use. From our article we know that the Compression Failure Stress of Balsa Wood is around 7 MPa. Because wood is an anisotropic material, the strength depends on the quality of the wood and it’s ...

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  • A Review of the Recent Research on the Experimental

    2021-3-12 · structure's response and failure under various load conditions [16]. Usually, the core is made of foam or balsa wood or made using corrugated, truss, or honeycomb structures. The corrugated core provides one-way support to the skin, while the honeycomb core provides two-way support [17-22]. The most commonly used honeycomb

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  • Margin failures in brittle dome structures: Relevance

    2006-4-13 · Finite element analysis of stress distributions in epoxy‐filled glass domes of thickness d = 1 mm on epoxy support base extending h = 3 mm below dome margins, indented at load P = 1000 N with balsa wood disk of thickness 10 mm: (a) in‐plane principal compressive stress, color intervals 10 MPa; (b) out‐of‐plane hoop tensile stress, color ...

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  • Scalable and Sustainable Approach toward Highly ...

    2018-3-1 · A direct wood-to-carbon-sponge transformation is realized via a facile chemical treatment and subsequent carbonization process. Removing the lignin and hemicellulose from balsa wood cell walls is a significant step toward converting the lattice-like wood structure to a spring-like lamellar structure. Magic transformation from brittle wood carbon to compressible wood carbon sponge thus becomes ...

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  • DoITPoMS - TLP Library The structure and mechanical ...

    Compressive failure in wood. The wood samples fail by crack propagation across the lower surface of the samples, which are under tension. A simple way of explaining the high failure stress (strength) of wood is to say a fibre pull-out mechanism occurs on failure.

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  • Creative design for sandwich structures: A review ...

    2020-6-11 · Wang et al. 183 found two main kinds of compressive failure of X-type lattice core sandwich structure including structure fracture (large relative density) and structure bucking (small relative density) which are caused by axial force. There are one more modes corresponding to shear failure namely face-core de-bonding.

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  • Failure of marine composite materials due to blast

    The obtained experimental results reveal important features of the transient deformation, damage initiation and progression and final failure modes in sandwich composites with unstitched and stitched foam cores. ^ The final chapter deals with understanding of the contribution of individual elements of a sandwich composite material.

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  • Ultralight, ultrastiff mechanical metamaterials | Science

    2014-6-20 · Framework or lattice structures can be remarkably strong despite their very low density. Using a very precise technique known as projection microstereolithography, Zheng et al. fabricated octet microlattices from polymers, metals, and ceramics. The design of the lattices meant that the individual struts making up the materials did not bend under pressure. The materials were therefore ...

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  • Properties of building materials part 2 - SlideShare

    2017-4-5 · Mechanical properties The capacity of a material to resist failure caused by loads acting on it is called as strength. The load may be compressive, tensile or bending. It is determined by dividing the ultimate load taken by the material with its cross sectional area. Hardness:The property of a materials to resist scratching by a harder body.

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  • How to Test for Common Boomilever Failures | SkyCiv

    2019-9-18 · Failure Cases Compression Failure. Compression forces are those that compress the member, or crush inwards. We want to pick a failure criteria we can use. From our article we know that the Compression Failure Stress of Balsa Wood is around 7 MPa. Because wood is an anisotropic material, the strength depends on the quality of the wood and it’s ...

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  • DoITPoMS - TLP Library The structure and mechanical ...

    Compressive failure in wood. The wood samples fail by crack propagation across the lower surface of the samples, which are under tension. A simple way of explaining the high failure stress (strength) of wood is to say a fibre pull-out mechanism occurs on failure.

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  • Margin failures in brittle dome structures: Relevance

    2006-4-13 · Finite element analysis of stress distributions in epoxy‐filled glass domes of thickness d = 1 mm on epoxy support base extending h = 3 mm below dome margins, indented at load P = 1000 N with balsa wood disk of thickness 10 mm: (a) in‐plane principal compressive stress, color intervals 10 MPa; (b) out‐of‐plane hoop tensile stress, color ...

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  • Scalable and Sustainable Approach toward Highly ...

    2018-3-1 · A direct wood-to-carbon-sponge transformation is realized via a facile chemical treatment and subsequent carbonization process. Removing the lignin and hemicellulose from balsa wood cell walls is a significant step toward converting the lattice-like wood structure to a spring-like lamellar structure. Magic transformation from brittle wood carbon to compressible wood carbon sponge thus becomes ...

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  • Failure of marine composite materials due to blast

    The obtained experimental results reveal important features of the transient deformation, damage initiation and progression and final failure modes in sandwich composites with unstitched and stitched foam cores. ^ The final chapter deals with understanding of the contribution of individual elements of a sandwich composite material.

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  • (PDF) Performance of bio-inspired Kagome truss core ...

    Finite element modelling of the compressive response of lattice structures manufactured using the selective laser melting technique. By chandru r. Low-Velocity Impact Behavior of Sandwich Panels with 3D Printed Polymer Core Structures. By MECHA SOLVE ENGINEERING.

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  • Tunable Energy Absorption Characteristics of

    2021-3-12 · The compressive stress–strain response and the normalized energy absorption characteristics of re-entrant (see Figures 5a, b; r = 20.7 mm, s = 13.8 mm) and chiral (see Figures 5a, c; r = s = 13.8 mm) honeycombs are presented in Figures 6a, b and Figure 6c, d, respectively.

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  • Metamaterials with engineered failure load and

    2019-11-26 · A structure that fails at large loads is expected to be dense and stiff. This is because in conventional materials failure load depends directly on stiffness and density. This paper shows that the addition of engineered internal stresses in truss-like structures allows decoupling of these properties, increasing the failure load 2-fold while maintaining constant the density and stiffness.

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  • Damping Analysis and Failure Mechanism of 3D

    The failure mechanisms of 3D printed sandwiches with different core topology and density under bending tests have been looked into . Core buckling is detected in cubic and auxetic sandwich beams, while core shear failure take place in octet meta-sandwich beams and a mix of core buckling and core fracture develop in Isomax meta-sandwich beams.

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  • Properties of building materials part 2 - SlideShare

    2017-4-5 · Mechanical properties The capacity of a material to resist failure caused by loads acting on it is called as strength. The load may be compressive, tensile or bending. It is determined by dividing the ultimate load taken by the material with its cross sectional area. Hardness:The property of a materials to resist scratching by a harder body.

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  • Compression test of thermally-treated beech wood ...

    2021-5-28 · Abstract. Experimental and numerical analysis of a compression test carried out on samples of as-received and thermally-treated beech (Fagus sylvatica L.) wood is presented.In a normal climate, samples with the dimensions of 20 x 20 x 20 mm were exposed to static compressive loads parallel and transverse to the grain.

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  • ECCM17_Paper_Template

    2021-5-21 · Good agreement of load-displacement response and failure mode was found between the experimental results and the numerical predictions by the FE model. ... balsa or cork. The low density as well as the high energy absorption capability make polymeric foams a suitable candidate for the core of crushable devices. ... While the compressive ...

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  • Scalable and Sustainable Approach toward Highly ...

    2019-2-27 · Article Scalable and Sustainable Approach toward Highly Compressible, Anisotropic, Lamellar Carbon Sponge Chaoji Chen,1,2,4 Jianwei Song,1,4 Shuze Zhu,3,4 Yiju Li,1 Yudi Kuang,1 Jiayu Wan,1 Dylan Kirsch,1 Lisha Xu,1 Yanbin Wang,1 Tingting Gao,1 Yilin Wang,1 Hao Huang,3 Wentao Gan,1 Amy Gong,1 Teng Li,3,* Jia Xie,2, *and Liangbing Hu1,5, SUMMARY Here, we demonstrate …

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    which used composite materials in order to substitute balsa wood at some critical parts of the wing’s structure. Finite element software ABAQUS/CAE is used to predict the stress and deformation that occurred. Tsai-Wu and Von-Mises failure criteria were applied to check whether the structure failed or not.

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  • Creative design for sandwich structures: A review ...

    2020-6-11 · Wang et al. 183 found two main kinds of compressive failure of X-type lattice core sandwich structure including structure fracture (large relative density) and structure bucking (small relative density) which are caused by axial force. There are one more modes corresponding to shear failure namely face-core de-bonding.

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  • Editorial Marine Composites: Foreword

    2013-2-7 · “Failure Mode Transition and Energy Dissipation in Naturally Occurring Composites” M. Vural and G. Ravichandran The experimental investigation on the energy absorption capacity and microstructural failure modes of balsa wood (which is a commonly used cellular core material in marine structures) and the evaluation of the unique architectural

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  • Ultralight, ultrastiff mechanical metamaterials | Science

    2014-6-20 · Framework or lattice structures can be remarkably strong despite their very low density. Using a very precise technique known as projection microstereolithography, Zheng et al. fabricated octet microlattices from polymers, metals, and ceramics. The design of the lattices meant that the individual struts making up the materials did not bend under pressure. The materials were therefore ...

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  • Lightweight Structures | KTH

    'On the compressive response of carbon nanotube tangles', Physics Letters A, Vol 373, 2009, pp 3169-3173 2009 Conference publications Zenkert D. and Burman M., 'Failure Mode Shifts in Fatigue of Sandwich Beams', Proc. ICCM17, Edinburgh, 2009, Paper B6:7

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  • Materials testing | Britannica

    2 天前 · Materials testing, measurement of the characteristics and behaviour of such substances as metals, ceramics, or plastics under various conditions.The data thus obtained can be used in specifying the suitability of materials for various applications—e.g., building or aircraft construction, machinery, or packaging.A full- or small-scale model of a proposed machine or structure may be tested.

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  • Stress Strain Curve – Relationship, Diagram and ...

    2016-9-6 · What is Stress-Strain Curve? Stress strain curve is the plot of stress and strain of a material or metal on the graph. In this, the stress is plotted on the y-axis and its corresponding strain on the x-axis. After plotting the stress and its corresponding strain on the graph, we get a curve, and this curve is called stress strain curve or stress strain diagram.

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  • ECCM17_Paper_Template

    2021-5-21 · Good agreement of load-displacement response and failure mode was found between the experimental results and the numerical predictions by the FE model. ... balsa or cork. The low density as well as the high energy absorption capability make polymeric foams a suitable candidate for the core of crushable devices. ... While the compressive ...

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  • Creative design for sandwich structures: A review ...

    2020-6-11 · Wang et al. 183 found two main kinds of compressive failure of X-type lattice core sandwich structure including structure fracture (large relative density) and structure bucking (small relative density) which are caused by axial force. There are one more modes corresponding to shear failure namely face-core de-bonding.

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  • Ultralight, ultrastiff mechanical metamaterials | Science

    2014-6-20 · Framework or lattice structures can be remarkably strong despite their very low density. Using a very precise technique known as projection microstereolithography, Zheng et al. fabricated octet microlattices from polymers, metals, and ceramics. The design of the lattices meant that the individual struts making up the materials did not bend under pressure. The materials were therefore ...

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  • Scalable and Sustainable Approach toward Highly ...

    2019-2-27 · Article Scalable and Sustainable Approach toward Highly Compressible, Anisotropic, Lamellar Carbon Sponge Chaoji Chen,1,2,4 Jianwei Song,1,4 Shuze Zhu,3,4 Yiju Li,1 Yudi Kuang,1 Jiayu Wan,1 Dylan Kirsch,1 Lisha Xu,1 Yanbin Wang,1 Tingting Gao,1 Yilin Wang,1 Hao Huang,3 Wentao Gan,1 Amy Gong,1 Teng Li,3,* Jia Xie,2, *and Liangbing Hu1,5, SUMMARY Here, we demonstrate …

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  • Editorial Marine Composites: Foreword

    2013-2-7 · “Failure Mode Transition and Energy Dissipation in Naturally Occurring Composites” M. Vural and G. Ravichandran The experimental investigation on the energy absorption capacity and microstructural failure modes of balsa wood (which is a commonly used cellular core material in marine structures) and the evaluation of the unique architectural

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  • A new technique for tensile testing of engineering ...

    2019-9-25 · A new test technique and bespoke apparatus to conduct high strain rate measurements of the tensile response of materials are presented. The new test method is applicable to brittle solids and composites as well as high-performance fibres, yarns and tapes used in composite construction.

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  • Journal Club Theme of December 2009: Impact

    2014-11-11 · T. Mukaia, T. Miyoshi, S. Nakano, H. Somekawa and K. Higashi, 2006.Compressive response of a closed-cell aluminum foam at high strain rate. Scripta Materialia 54, 533-537. There are competitions and coupling among buckling, plastic deformation and fracture of the cell walls, which depend on the material properties and geometry (such as thickness).

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  • Polymers | Free Full-Text | The Potential of

    Considering the major role played by sandwich structures in many fields where high stiffness-to-weight ratio is required, the selection of a suitable core material is of paramount importance. In order to face the environmental problems related to waste disposal, the selection of an eco-friendly core material is now included in the design criteria of sandwich structures. Agglomerated cork is ...

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    Balsa is a naturally recurring Ecuadorian resource. The balsa plant grows from a seedling to a mature tree in 4-6 years reaching heights of up to 90ft. (28 meters) before coming to the end of its natural life. ProBalsa is high quality coring material made from end-grain balsa wood.

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