Modeling of Wood Bonding Strength Based on Soaking Temperature and Soaking Time by means of Artificial Neural Networks

  • Sebahattin Tiryaki
  • Selahattin Bardak
  • Aytaç Aydın
Keywords: Neural network, Bonding strength, Prediction, Wood, Soaking

Abstract

Adhesive bonding of wood enables sufficient strength and durability to hold wood pieces together and thus produce high quality wood products. However, it is well known that many variables have an important influence on the strength of an adhesive bonding. The objective of the present paper is to predict the bonding strength of spruce (Picea orientalis (L.) Link.) and beech (Fagus orientalisLipsky.) wood joints subjected to soaking by using artificial neural networks. To obtain the data for modeling, beech and spruce samples were subjected to the soaking at different temperatures for different periods of time. In the ANN analysis, 70% of the total experimental data were used to train the network, 15% was used to test the validation of the network, and remaining 15% was used to test the performance of the trained and validated network. A three-layer feedforward back propagation artificial neural network trained by Levenberg–Marquardt learning algorithm was found as the optimum network architecture for the prediction of the bonding strength of soaked wood samples. This architecture could predict wood bonding strength with an acceptable level of the error. Consequently, modeling results demonstrated that artificial neural networks are an efficient and useful modeling tool to predict the bonding strength of wood samples subjected to the soaking for different temperatures and durations.

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Published
2016-12-26
How to Cite
[1]
S. Tiryaki, S. Bardak, and A. Aydın, “Modeling of Wood Bonding Strength Based on Soaking Temperature and Soaking Time by means of Artificial Neural Networks”, IJISAE, pp. 153-157, Dec. 2016.
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Research Article