What is green wood?
Uncured or non-Kiln dried wood.
Why are green logs of wood used while polling in metallurgical process instead of hydrocarbons directly?
It will rot and collapse, then you will have to replace fairly quickly. Not at all. what are you considering "green wood"? wolmanized treated boards are some what green in color from the chemicals, they are recorded to sustain substantial life in wet conditions, as well as dry apps. green wood is also referred to as fresh cut, with little to no drying or cure time. if you use green wood(wet) as it dries it…
Hugh Rossi (born June 21, 1927) served as the first Member of Parliament for Hornsey and Wood Green, serving between 1983 and 1992. Following the end of Rossi's term as Member of Parliament for Hornsey and Wood Green, Barbara Roche (born April 13, 1954) became the second Member of Parliament for Hornsey and Wood Green, serving between 1992 and 2005.
If by green you mean undried, unseasoned- yes- but it will not burn as well, as will produce more creosote than dry wood. More chimney cleaning. HOWEVER, if by green you mean treated lumber, no. Much as that was treated with arsenic and chrome to preserve it from rot and insects, and the smoke from that is VERY unhealthy.
Barbara Roche (born April 13, 1954) succeeded Hugh Rossi as the second Member of Parliament for Hornsey and Wood Green, serving between 1992 and 2005. Following the end of Roche's term as Member of Parliament for Hornsey and Wood Green, Lynne Featherstone (born December 20, 1951) became the third, and current, Member of Parliament for Hornsey and Wood Green, serving since 2005.
Wood is seasoned to reduce the moisture content. Fresh cut (or green) wood is full of water which is why it burns poorly. Expect snaps, hisses and pops if you can even get it to burn. Green wood puts out an excessive amount of smoke due to poor combustion. All seasoning does is leaves in out for a couple of seasons to dry out. vbd
Green sand is a mixture of sand with bentonite clay, pulverized coal, and water used in metal casting. It is not necessarily green in color, but is called green because it is used while wet, like the "green wood" sometimes used by wood turners. Shubham Kanungo Asst Professor Department of Mechanical Engineering Shri Vaishnav Institute of Technology and Science,Indore
it depends on what type of plant it is... if it has a wooden stem such as a grape plant vine or a small tree the anything green will die but the wood will remain. then when it warms up again it will produce new green sprouts. a full green plant with no wood however will die. wood suggest leaving it inside and if it turns black or wilts it is probably dead.