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Accelerating oak air drying by presurfacingAuthor(s): W. T. Simpson; R. C. Baltes
Source: (Research note FPL ; 0223):12 p.
Publication Series: Research Note (RN)
Station: Forest Products Laboratory
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DescriptionA comparison was made between the air-drying rates of rough and presurfaced northern red oak and white oak. In both species, the presurfaced material was about 1/8 inch thinner than the rough material and dried faster than the rough material. The reduction in drying time depends on the method of analyzing the drying curves, but is slightly less than 10 percent.
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CitationSimpson, W. T.; Baltes, R. C. 1972. Accelerating oak air drying by presurfacing. (Research note FPL ; 0223):12 p.
KeywordsDryin, Lumbe, Drying time, Surfacing, Accelerated kiln schedules, Northern red oak, White oak
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