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The rate of isothermal heat evolution between 150 degrees and 230 degrees C of lignocellulosic sheet materials in an air stream. II. Temperature dependence, kinetics, interpretation



The rate of isothermal heat evolution between 150 degrees and 230 degrees C of lignocellulosic sheet materials in an air stream. II. Temperature dependence, kinetics, interpretation



Holzforschung 44(3): 177-184



Experimental data on the rate of isothermal heat release from lignocellulosic and delignified boards were analysed. Three parameters were evaluated as a function of temperature between 150 and 240 degrees C: the initial maximum or plateau rate of heat release; its subsequent change with time, including rate constants; and the overall heat release extrapolated to infinite time.

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