Patrick K Donahue

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Patrick Donahue is director of the Secondary Wood Products Program within the Forestry/Forest Products Division of the Center for Applied Research and Technology Development. He is a wood scientist with a broad product development background that includes wood chemical modification, hardwood lumber and dimension, a wide range of laminating, engineered wood flooring, interior millwork, fenestration, cabinetry, office furniture, small diameter timber processing and wood frame housing systems. Pat also has an extensive background in sales and marketing with over 13 years of experience in managing industrial sales and marketing developments. He has been trained in a number of continuous improvement methods and various creativity tools.

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Projects 2015 2017

Research Output 2010 2014

13 Citations (Scopus)

Mechanical and physical properties of thermally modified plywood and oriented strand board panels

Aro, M., Brashaw, B. K. & Donahue, P. K., Jan 1 2014, In : Forest Products Journal. 64, 7-8, p. 281-289 9 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

oriented strandboards
mechanical properties
mechanical property
21 Citations (Scopus)

Durable phosphate-bonded natural fiber composite products

Donahue, P. K. & Aro, M. D., Feb 1 2010, In : Construction and Building Materials. 24, 2, p. 215-219 5 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

Natural fibers
Paper and pulp mills
Composite materials