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Effect of surface preparation on gas permeability of woodAuthor(s): E.T. Choong; C.W. McMillin; F.O. Tesoro
Source: Wood Science 7(4):319-322
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionSurface preparation has a profound effect on the rate of flow of fluid through wood, particularly in the longitudinal direction of flow. For best results, the surface must be devoid of any debris and/or obstruction. The use of a sharp, thin knife appears to be an effective way of preparing samples for natural permeability measurements.
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CitationChoong, E.T.; McMillin, C.W.; Tesoro, F.O. 1975. Effect of surface preparation on gas permeability of wood. Wood Science 7(4):319-322
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