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Basic problems of the rheology of wood modified with polymers


, : Basic problems of the rheology of wood modified with polymers. Przemys Drzewny 41(7): 14-19

Equations are developed to describe the rheological behaviour of modified wood based on the concept of molecular and relaxational conditioning of the viscoelastic properties of polymer materials. It was taken into account that the core functions for composite integral state equations should result from the corresponding known functions of the individual components.

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