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Wood recovery with in-woods flailing and chippingAuthor(s): Bryce J. Stokes; William F. Watson
Source: In: Proceedings of the 1990 Tappi Pulping Conf.; 1990 Oct. 14-17; Toronto, Canada. Atlanta, GA: Tappi Press; 1990: 851-854.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionFlail-and-chip harvestingproduces the most clean chips, but each harvesting method has advantages that should be considered when choosing the right method for a particular mill.
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CitationStokes, Bryce J.; Watson, William F. 1990. Wood recovery with in-woods flailing and chipping. In: Proceedings of the 1990 Tappi Pulping Conf.; 1990 Oct. 14-17; Toronto, Canada. Atlanta, GA: Tappi Press; 1990: 851-854.
- Compression Debarking of Stored Wood Chips
- Determining the Terminal Velocity of Wood and Bark Chips
- Beneficiation of Compression Debarked Wood Chips
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