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Wood Properties Characterisation of Thermo-Hydro Mechanical Treated Plantation and Native Tasmanian Timber Species

Michelle Balasso; Andreja Kutnar; Eva Prelovšek Niemelä; Marica Mikuljan; Gregory Nolan; Nathan Kotlarewski; Mark Hunt; Andrew Jacobs; Julianne O’Reilly-Wapstra;
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  • Published: 10 Nov 2020 Journal: Forests, volume 11, issue 1,189 (issn: 1999-4907, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
Thermo-hydro mechanical (THM) treatments and thermo-treatments are used to improve the properties of wood species and enhance their uses without the application of chemicals. This work investigates and compares the effects of THM treatments on three timber species from Tasmania, Australia; plantation fibre-grown shining gum (<i>Eucalyptus </i><i>nitens</i> H. Deane and Maiden), plantation saw-log radiata pine (<i>Pinus radiata</i> D. Don) and native-grown saw-log timber of the common name Tasmanian oak (which can be any of <i>E. </i><i>regnans</i> F. Muell, <i>E. </i><i>obliqua</i> L’Hér and <i>E. </i><i>delegatensis</i> L’Hér). Thin lamellae were compressed by ...
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free text keywords: <i>Eucalyptus</i>, plantation, wood modification, thermo-hydro mechanical treatments, structural properties, Forestry, Eucalyptus, thermo‐hydro mechanical treatments, lcsh:Plant ecology, lcsh:QK900-989
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EC| InnoRenew CoE
InnoRenew CoE
Renewable materials and healthy environments research and innovation centre of excellence
  • Funder: European Commission (EC)
  • Project Code: 739574
  • Funding stream: H2020 | SGA-CSA
Agricultural and Food Sciences
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