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The timber of homegrown Douglas fir B J RENDLE The structure of Douglas fir S T C STILL-WELL The seasoning of home-grown Douglas fir C J CHAPLIN Mechanical and physical properties of home-grown Douglas fir J BRYAN The antiseptic treatment of Douglas fir J R COSGROVE The utilisation of home-grown Douglas fir J A BUCHANAN Details of woodworking tests



The timber of homegrown Douglas fir B J RENDLE The structure of Douglas fir S T C STILL-WELL The seasoning of home-grown Douglas fir C J CHAPLIN Mechanical and physical properties of home-grown Douglas fir J BRYAN The antiseptic treatment of Douglas fir J R COSGROVE The utilisation of home-grown Douglas fir J A BUCHANAN Details of woodworking tests



Great Britain Dept Sci And Indust Res Forest Products Res Bull: 45



Structure: The timber is moderately light in wt. (av. about 30 lb. per cu. ft. at 12-15% moisture content). Rings are distinct; the wood is straight-grained, and moderately resinous. It generally shows rapld growth in early life, with a marked falling off in later yrs. Seasoning: Douglas fir can be readily seasoned, with little degrade, when plled in stick in the open. Material up to 2 inches thick should be air-dried to 16-20% moisture content between spring and late autumn.

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