Flow in wood [by] John F. Siau.

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Syracuse University Press , [Syracuse, N.Y.]
Wood -- Permeability, Wood -- An
SeriesSyracuse wood science series -- 1
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LC ClassificationsTA419 S425
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Pagination131p.
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Open LibraryOL17854645M

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Syracuse, N.Y.] Syracuse University Press [] (OCoLC) Document Type. This book has a similar subject content to the author's previous Flow in Wood but with substantial updating due to the abundance of research in the wood science field since Several different concepts have been introduced, particularly in regard to wood-moisture relation­ ships.

The role of. This book has a similar subject content to the author's previous Flow in Wood but with substantial updating due to the abundance of research in the wood science field since Several different concepts have been introduced, particularly in regard to wood-moisture relation­ ships.

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Siau,This book has a similar subject content to the author's previous Flow in Wood but with substantial updating due to the abundance of research in the wood science field since Several different concepts have been introduced, particularly in regard to wood-moisture relation ships.

SEGMENTED WOOD TURNING: William Smith: 6: DECORATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR WOODTURNERS: Hilary Bowen: 7: THE LATHE BOOK - A complete guide for the wood draftsman: Ernie Conover: 8: TURNING PROJECTS: Richard Raffan: 9: FLOW IN WOOD: John F.

Siau: WOODTURNING - The Purpose of the Object: Stephen Hogbin: TURNING WOOD with Richard. Scientific and economic aspects of wood research as we look to the future of wood.

Fred E. Dickinson Pages A model for unsteady-state gas flow in the longitudinal direction of wood. John F. Siau Pages BookReview. Book review. Schulz Page the literature on wood cellular thermal conduc­ tivity that covered the full range of porosity or density and moisture contents for the wood cell.

The thermal conductivity models developed by Hart and Siau were one-dimensional, whereas the FE model previously described (Hunt and.

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Siau () has derived a model to calculate the transverse bound-water dif- fusion coefficient of wood from Stamm's value for cell-wall substance in which all of the resistance is assumed to be in the cross walls of the cells.

where D., = transverse bound-water diffusion coefficient of cell-wall substance, V;, = porosity of wood. function of th e wood’s anatomy and flow direction can be found i n Siau (). In general, the transverse diffusion coefficient values range from 5x10 to 8x 10 The drying kinetics of poplar lumber was experimentally investigated as a function of drying temperature (, and °C) during a periodic hot-press-drying process.

f 7 Water vapor in cell lumen 5 k V Free water in cell lumen 6 k FW Note: 1. Property values for cell wall substance at 0% MC was obtained from Siau's book (). Air property values for air were obtained from Incropare (). Density of bound water was obtained from Siau ().

Wood drying (also seasoning lumber or wood seasoning) reduces the moisture content of wood before its use. When the drying is done in a kiln, the product is known as kiln-dried timber or lumber, whereas air drying is the more traditional method.

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