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Effects of sawing pattern on drying rate and residual drying stresses of Pinus radiata lumber

Effects of sawing pattern on drying rate and residual drying stresses of Pinus radiata lumber

Maderas: Ciencia y Technologia 4(1): 40-49

Flatsawn and quartersawn Pinus radiata (radiata pine) sapwood boards were dried in a tunnel drier in three runs using three drying schedules. These schedules represented low temperature (LT), accelerated conventional temperature (ACT) and high temperature (HT) drying. In each run, the boards were assembled in the drier in two vertically matched layers with the flatsawn and the quartersawn boards being alternatively placed side by side. The samples were weighed at pre-set drying times.

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