SCL

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AcronymDefinition
SCLSupported Community Living
SCLSeaboard Coast Line
SCLStudent Centered Learning (various locations)
SCLSemiconductor Laser
SCLSisters of Charity of Leavenworth (Leavenworth, KS)
SCLSeattle City Light (WA, USA utility)
SCLStraight Carapace Length (turtles)
SCLStuff Christians Like (blog)
SCLSource Code Library (computing)
SCLSpam Confidence Level (Microsoft Exchange/Outlook)
SCLSystem Control Language
SCLSelective Clear
SCLSpeech Communication Laboratory
SCLSpam Confidence Level
SCLSms Compose Language
SCLSpacecraft Command Language
SCLSerial Command Link
SCLSoap Control Language
SCLScreen Control Language
SCLSerial Clock Line
SCLSociety of Construction Law
SCLStandard C Library (computing)
SCLSmiles Change Lives (Kansas City, MO)
SCLShreve, Crump & Low (Boston, MA)
SCLSymptom Check List
SCLSaint Catherine Laboure (various locations)
SCLStudent and Campus Life (various schools)
SCLSantiago, Chile - Aeropuerto Comodoro Arturo Merino Benitez (Airport Code)
SCLStructural Composite Lumber
SCLScientific Computing Laboratory (Institute of Physics Belgrade, Serbia)
SCLSupply Chain and Logistics Institute (Georgia Institute of Technology)
SCLSupply Chain Leadership
SCLSalivary Cortisol Level
SCLSpecified Cantilever Load (suspension insulators)
SCLSoft Contact Lens
SCLSumma Cum Laude
SCLSouthern California Library (Los Angeles, CA)
SCLSystem Control Language (used with VME operating system)
SCLSubstation Configuration Language
SCLSource Code Location
SCLSurface Charge Layer
SCLState Chemistry Laboratory (various locations)
SCLShort Circuit Line
SCLSOAP Contract Language (Microsoft)
SCLScalable Computing Laboratory (US DoE and Ames Laboratory)
SCLSimulation Control Language
SCLStudent Computer Lab (various schools)
SCLSpring Creek Lodge (Montana)
SCLSpace Charge Limited
SCLSociety for Computers & Law (UK)
SCLSmart Card Logon
SCLSpecial Comprehensive License
SCLShibuya City Lounge (Tokyo, Japan)
SCLScanner Control Language
SCLSchool Community Leadership
SCLSussex County League (UK)
SCLSingle Control Lever
SCLSociety for Caribbean Linguistics (Trinidad & Tobago)
SCLSulfur, Chlorine and Lead (extreme pressure additive)
SCLScientific Computers Limited
SCLSprayed Concrete Lining (construction)
SCLShaped Charge Liner
SCLStromal Cell Line
SCLStandard Component Library (computing)
SCLSecurity Characteristic Line
SCLShoghi Communications Ltd. (defense systems; various locations)
SCLState Chapter Leader (various organizations)
SCLSimple Common Logic (modeling language for ontology development)
SCLSoutheastern Composers' League
SCLSecurity Certification Level
SCLStar Cruises, Ltd. (Hong Kong)
SCLStructured Cooperative Learning (curriculum)
SCLSource Coupled Logic
SCLStructural Constraint Language (computer programming)
SCLSyncrude Canada Limited (Alberta, Canada)
SCLSide Coupled Linac
SCLSchool Club Link (various locations)
SCLSystem Clock Line
SCLStandard Conventional Load
SCLSwitch Control Logic
SCLSpacecraft Control Language
SCLSoft Competitive Learning (network)
SCLScenelife.net
SCLSenior Cadet Leader (USAF ROTC)
SCLStress Checklist
SCLSwitch to Computer Link
SCLSoftware Control Language
SCLSenior Citizens' League
SCLSpace Component Lifetime
SCLSelectively Cross Linked
SCLStandard Configuration Load
SCLSecondary Chemistry Lab
SCLSystem Communications Link (Cisco)
SCLStrain Compensated Layer
SCLSodium Chemistry Loop
SCLSoil Cleanup Level
SCLSomatic Cell Logarithmic (Transformation)
SCLSave A Cat League
SCLSponsorship Consulting Limited (UK)
SCLSprint Conference Line
SCLStudent of the Civil Law
SCLSatellite Consulting Ltd (UK)
SCLSignal Corps Laboratory (US Army)
SCLStandard Combat Load
SCLStandard Classification List
SCLSymbolic Correction Loader
SCLSite Concurrence Letter
SCLSegment Communications Ltd. (UK)
SCLSnake Creek Lasers, LLC (Hallstead, PA)
SCLSystems Component List
SCLState Cleanup Level
SCLStrategic Consultants Ltd
References in periodicals archive ?
Cross laminated timber and structural composite lumber are currently being used in Europe, AWC contends, while building design and construction professionals are increasingly interested in "the sustainability characteristics of wood in taller buildings." ICC was set to review comments on the AWC proposal following an early-November submission deadline.
Previous researchers have found differences in the elastic constants and elastic constant ratios of structural size solid-sawn lumber and structural composite lumber (SCL) materials using a variety of bending and torsion test methods.
Structural composite lumber (SCL) includes laminated veneer lumber and parallel strand lumber.
The study used TrusJoist TimberStrand[R] LSL, E13 grade, a structural composite lumber manufactured from strands of wood from fast-growing, small-diameter species such as aspen (Populus tremuloides) or wood combinations, bonded with an isocyanate-based adhesive oriented mainly parallel to the longitudinal beam axis.
Structural composite lumber (SCL) has proven to be a useful and popular alternative to solid-sawn lumber.
Structural composite lumber (SCL) materials are increasingly common for many structural applications.
The objective of this study was to compare the shear strength of structural composite lumber (SCL) based on shear block to that of shear strength based on torsion test.
Previous studies have shown a difference in the behavior of solid-sawn lumber and structural composite lumber (SCL) materials in terms of the elastic constant ratios and in the lateral torsional buckling behavior.
Differences in the elastic constant ratios and torsional rigidity between solid wood and structural composite lumber may result in differences of the lateral torsional buckling behavior of these materials.
Stress distribution in full-size, structural composite lumber (SCL) under torsion was analyzed using finite element analysis (FEA).
The results of this investigation will assist in analyzing the relationship between FR treatment and structural composite lumber. Additional research is needed in several areas, including: fire-performance properties (ignition, thermal degradation, fire penetration, flame spread, glowing, and smoke, etc.), evaluation of LSL in shear strength, the effects of treatment on time-dependent properties, such as creep, and it would be of particular interest to understand how various combinations of FR chemical concentrations affect the strength of LSL relative to its fire-performance.
Technical representatives Craig Smith and Paul Swanson presented sessions covering the fire facts for engineered lumber and heavy timber applications employing structural composite lumber.
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