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Eucalyptus pole - a low cost alternative to energy intensive RCC/tubular steel pole for overhead power and telecommunication lines


, : Eucalyptus pole - a low cost alternative to energy intensive RCC/tubular steel pole for overhead power and telecommunication lines. Journal of the Timber Development Association of India 37(2): 39-45

A technical appraisal of the use of Eucalyptus for transmission poles in India was undertaken using test results of Eucalyptus tereticornis from different states.

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