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New forestry research from S. Fukuta and co-researchers described
September 25th, 2008
According to a study from Japan, "The impact of holes drilled into air-dried wood specimens was examined in a closed heating system on the deformation fixation process of compressed wood. Holes were drilled into wood to improve steam permeability, and therein, improve manufacturing efficiency in comparison to conventional processes."
"The impact of drilled holes on the permeability of water in wood was also examined. The deformations of the wood specimens in the early stages of the compressive deformation were closely analyzed, and the removal of water from wet specimens during compressive deformation (compression drying) was examined. Drilled holes were observed to...
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Source: VerticalNews Agriculture (2008-09-25)