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Some mechanical properties of small specimens cut from 1.79-inch-thick southern pine dried for 6 hours at 300°F or for 5 days at 180°F- A ComparisonAuthor(s): P. Koch; W.L. Wellford
Source: Wood and Fiber 8(4):235-240
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionSmall specimens cut from 1.79-inch-thick southern pine dried from green condition for 6 hours at a dry-bulb temperature of 300 F suffered no diminution in the mechanical properties determined, when compared to matched wood dried for 5 days at 180 F.
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CitationKoch, P.; Wellford, W.L., Jr. 1978. Some mechanical properties of small specimens cut from 1.79-inch-thick southern pine dried for 6 hours at 300°F or for 5 days at 180°F- A Comparison. Wood and Fiber 8(4):235-240
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