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    Author(s): Brian Brashaw; Robert J. RossXiping Wang
    Date: 2008
    Source: Proceedings of the 15th International Symposium on Nondestructive Testing of Wood : Sept. 10-12, 2007. Madison, WI : Forest Products Society, c2008: p. 25-28. ISBN: 9781892529527: 1892529521.
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    Technology transfer is often an afterthought for many nondestructive evaluation (NDE) researchers. Effective technology transfer should be considered during the planning and execution of research projects. This paper outlines strategies for using technology transfer in NDE research and presents a wide variety of technology transfer methods used by a cooperative research team from the University of Minnesota Duluth, the USDA Forest Products Laboratory, and other public and private cooperators.

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    Citation

    Brashaw, Brian; Ross, Robert J.; Wang, Xiping. 2008. Innovative technology transfer of nondestructive evaluation research. In: Proceedings of the 15th International Symposium on Nondestructive Testing of Wood : Sept. 10-12, 2007. Madison, WI : Forest Products Society, c2008: p. 25-28. ISBN: 9781892529527: 1892529521.

    Keywords

    Wood testing, forest products research, forest products, research projects, mechanical properties, wood properties, nondestructive testing, wood quality, technology transfer, wood research, product testing

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