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Effect of initial drying temperature on shrinkage of wood



Effect of initial drying temperature on shrinkage of wood



Taiwan Journal of Forest Science 13(2): 169-174



The effect was studied of initial drying temperature on the shrinkage of Zelkova formosana wood. Green specimens were 3x3x0.5 cm (lengthwise) and 3x3x3 cm; air-dried specimens were 3x3x0.5 cm (lengthwise). Drying schedules tested were: contrast treatments involving drying at 70 degrees C or 100 degrees C; and test treatments involving 2 temperatures - 30-70 degrees C and 30-100 degrees C for green specimens, and 30-70 degrees C and 60-100 degrees C for air-dried specimens.

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