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The significance of the discolorations in aircraft lumber : noble fir and western hemlock Public Deposited

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  • A survey was made in Oregon and Washington of the discoloration occurring in noble fir and Western hemlock wood, and the present data are presented as an aid in the inspection of these woods for aircraft and other high-grade lumber. Recommendations, based on strength tests of similar discolorations in spruce or on tests made by the Forest Products Laboratory, for the acceptance or rejection of the various discolorations occurring in noble fir and Western hemlock follow.
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