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The conditioning effect of wooden interior finish on room temperature and relative humidity in Taiwan


Mokuzai Gakkaishi = Journal of the Japan Wood Research Society 42(1): 16-24
The conditioning effect of wooden interior finish on room temperature and relative humidity in Taiwan
The seasonal changes in room temperature and relative humidity were investigated for the interior of a house finished with wood panels and a house without any interior wood panels.


Accession: 002980677



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