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Seasoning and machining degrade in young-growth Douglas-fir dimension lumber Public Deposited

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  • The increasing volume of young-growth Douglas-fir timber cut in the Pacific Northwest emphasizes the need for more knowledge on the characteristics of lumber sawed from these trees. The study described here was initiated to learn the extent arid causes of degrade resulting from kiln-drying young-growth Douglas-fir dimension lumber. At the same time it was possible to determine the degree of shrinkage during and after kiln-drying, and to check the final shipping weights of the lumber after drying.
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