NEW YORK — Hardwood is a tough, durable material, and a lot of it is made of it.
But, as we know from experience, you can’t just throw that stuff into a fireplace and expect it to last.
So, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is launching a new project to test whether a new type of fiberboard will last for a long time.
The new test is called “The Future of Hardwood,” and it will test a variety of new materials and technologies that will improve the quality and durability of hardwood products.
The NIST researchers are developing an experiment to determine whether a “hardwood board” can withstand the stresses and pressures of a fire.
It will take at least a year and 10,000 hours of testing to develop a composite composite board that will withstand a fire, and the test will be conducted in an indoor environment.
The testing will begin in 2019.
“A lot of hardwoods are made of a certain material that has high melting points, high temperatures, high stresses, and high temperatures that they can be subjected to,” said Dr. Daniel G. Molnar, the NIST associate director for research and engineering.
“And this kind of test is a way to determine how much of that material is able to withstand those stresses and the pressures.”
The Nist researchers hope that the test results will help to define a test method that will be more widely used to evaluate a variety in the hardwood industry, and will eventually help to make wood products more durable and better able to last for long periods of time.
Molnar said the goal of the new test was to determine the material’s resilience to a fire by comparing it to a variety available today, including traditional and synthetic fiberboard.
In order to do that, the researchers used the “hardwoods and fire” test as their standard.
“We wanted to see if there were any differences between the different materials,” Molnr said.
“We wanted these new materials to be tested to see whether they were capable of surviving a fire.”
The researchers were able to compare the durability of the composite board to other wood products in a number of areas.
The composite board has high strength, stiffness, and resistance to stress, as well as high tensile strength, which means it can withstand a lot more than its predecessors.
Mixed in with the composite, are two different types of “heat-treated” fiberboard that have been heated to a high temperature.
This is an alloy of fiberglass and carbon fiber, and it has been designed to be a good conductor of heat.
The fiberboard also has a high tensility, meaning it is more resistant to water, which is the kind of heat that can cause wood to fail.
“It’s going to be the first time that we have a composite board made of fiber that has been treated with high-temperature processes,” Mowolnar told NBC News.
The composite board is also able to be treated with a chemical that can help it withstand heat.
Mowolan said that the composite has been subjected to “hot-waxing” — a process that heats fiberboard to a temperature above 800 degrees Fahrenheit, about 2,500 degrees Celsius, before it is put in a kiln.
The test was also designed to show that the fiberboard is resilient to high temperatures.
According to the Nist study, the compositeboard has a very low coefficient of thermal expansion, meaning that it doesn’t absorb heat like other composite boards.
“The test has been validated with the use of various types of wood,” Mowsolnar explained.
“The composite has a good thermal resistance to moisture, and that’s important to our testing.”
Molnr and his team say that this test will help the Nists engineers to develop better products for the home and to help people understand the properties of hard-to-replace fiber.
“When you have a wood that’s been treated for a certain amount of time and it’s hard to replace, it can take longer for it to start to degrade,” Mowlonar said.
In addition to testing the composite’s resistance to heat, the test also looked at the strength and stiffness of the fiber.
It also tested the durability, which can tell you how well a product can withstand harsh weather conditions, such as in a forest fire.
“What we have done is put it in a furnace,” MOWOHLAR said.
“And we’ve got it heated to 800 degrees for 30 seconds, and then we’re measuring the heat absorption and absorption of the material.”
Mowolnars team is working with a company called Hardwood and Fire that will perform the tests.
MOWOMNAR is a former NASA scientist who worked at NASA Langley Research Center before becoming the deputy director of the Office of Science and Technology Policy in 2015.”I think