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Wood as a raw material for the manufacture of particle board. Economic and technological problems in the utilization of two different wood species: Picea abies and Fagus sylvatica



Wood as a raw material for the manufacture of particle board. Economic and technological problems in the utilization of two different wood species: Picea abies and Fagus sylvatica



Les, Yugoslavia 27(11/12): 207-213



Estimates the volume and costs (given in graphs and tables) of pulpwood of each species needed to produce 1 m3 of particle board, for different particle-board densities, and the added value of the boards in each case. Softwood proved to be a relatively expensive raw material under Yugoslavian conditions.

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