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Effect of wood structure variation in a growth increment on the mechanical behaviour of coniferous wood



Effect of wood structure variation in a growth increment on the mechanical behaviour of coniferous wood



Proceedings of the Second Pacific Timber Engineering Conference, University of Auckland, New Zealand, 28-31 August 1989 Volume 1: 131-133



Results of tests on Cryptomeria japonica specimens showed that specific compressive stress varied with the location in a growth increment.

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