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Dimensional change with time of green increment cores taken for growth stress measurement



Dimensional change with time of green increment cores taken for growth stress measurement



Wood and Fiber Science 18(4): 593-597



During experiments to evaluate the Polge/Thiercelin method of growth stress analysis it was observed that successive measurements of the same core gave variable readings. In order to determine the nature of this variation, cores of green wood were taken with a 5 mm increment borer from vertical and leaning Eucalyptus pilularis and Pinus patula trees. To test the effect of sampling stress-free wood, cores were also taken from rewetted, dried wood of E. pilularis and P. radiata.

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