PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CLEAR WOOD by David W. Green, Rober t White, Anton TenWolde, William Simpson, Joseph Murphy, and Rober t Ross


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<emphasis role="bold">PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CLEAR WOOD by David W. Green, Rober t White, Anton TenWolde, William Simpson, Joseph Murphy, and Rober t Ross</emphasis>
<emphasis role="bold">PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CLEAR WOOD by David W. Green, Rober t White, Anton TenWolde, William Simpson, Joseph Murphy, and Rober t Ross</emphasis>
<emphasis role="bold">Moisture Relations</emphasis> Wood is a hygroscopic material which contains water in varying amounts, depending upon the relative humidity and temperature of the surrounding atmosphere. Equilibrium conditions are established as shown in
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Eugene A. Avallone; Theodore Baumeister III; Ali Sadegh: Marks’ Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers, Eleventh Edition. PHYSICAL AND MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF CLEAR WOOD by David W. Green, Rober t White, Anton TenWolde, William Simpson, Joseph Murphy, and Rober t Ross, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2007), AccessEngineering Export