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Chip manufacture with flat-disk chippers. 1. Effect of chipping thickness and wood moisture content on chip production. 2. Effect of cutting speed, chipping angle and cut-surface angle. 3. Effect of the knife-edge angle, the inclination angle, and the cutting-direction



Chip manufacture with flat-disk chippers. 1. Effect of chipping thickness and wood moisture content on chip production. 2. Effect of cutting speed, chipping angle and cut-surface angle. 3. Effect of the knife-edge angle, the inclination angle, and the cutting-direction



Holz Roh- u. Werkstoff. 1963. 20; 21: 8; 10; 11; 4, 314-22; 408-18; 443-53; 144-9



KEYWORDS: Chippers Chips and chipping Fagus sylvatica wood chipping Forest products and their utilization Pinus sylvestris wood chipping Populus hybrids commercial hybrids wood chipping Pulp effects chip size &c.

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