woody structure

woody structure

[′wu̇d·ē ′strək·chər]
(metallurgy)
A fibrous appearance in a fracture, particularly found in wrought iron and extruded aluminum alloys, usually associated with elongated inclusions or grains.
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When composting falls as secondary material to woody structure material that is suitable for combustion in a wood cogeneration plant.
40,000 to place woody structure in Bear Creek, a Manistee River tributary
As a rule of thumb choose plants with thin leaves and those lacking woody structure.
There were no significant differences in means for the woody structure PC, but RCW stands had a lower mean value.
Save Our Structure," featured a blue heron hovering over woody structure in a creek, looking for a meal, and a young salmon finding a hiding place in the woody debris.
Instead of making a woody structure and green leaf, you end up with energy-rich chemicals.
Its pre-manufactured kits are assembled on site and are composed of small diameter poles or logs that form large diameter woody structures to satisfy the functions of native LWD.