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Fundamental studies on mechanisms of veneer cutting. I. On behavior of deflection caused in wood by pressure bar compression. II. An analysis on development of dynamic equilibrium condition in veneer cutting



Fundamental studies on mechanisms of veneer cutting. I. On behavior of deflection caused in wood by pressure bar compression. II. An analysis on development of dynamic equilibrium condition in veneer cutting



J. Jap. Wood Res. Soc 17(3): 96-110



(I) Specimens of Red Lauan (Shorea sp.) were compressed, both when stationary and in motion, by various types of pressure bar, the distortion being shown by grid patterns printed on the endgrain.

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