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The progress of drying in Beech sleepers to the point where they are ready for creosote treatment



The progress of drying in Beech sleepers to the point where they are ready for creosote treatment



Holzindustrie, Leipzig. 18: 9, 252-7



Gives graphs and diagrams showing the variations in moisture content at various sampling depths within a sleeper, and for sleepers in various vertical and horizontal positions in the stack over a period of 1-2 years.

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