Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||editors, S.Y. Zhang, R. Gosselin and G. Chauret.|
|Contributions||Chauret, G., Zhang, S. Y., Gosselin, R., Forintek Canada Corp.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
In: Proceedings of CTIA/IUFRO International Wood Quality Workshop “Timber Management Toward Wood Quality and End-Product Value”, Quebec City, Canada, 18–22 August Evans R, Ilic J () Rapid prediction of Cited by: In: Timber Management Toward Wood Quality and End-product Value, CTIA/IUFRO International Wood Quality Workshop, Quebec City, Canada, August 18–22, , III, pp 3–16 Google Scholar Maree B, Malan FS () Growing for solid hardwood products – a South African experience and by: Non-destructive evaluation of wood quality. In: Proc. Timber Management Toward Wood Quality and End-Product Value. Forintek Canada . reaction wood an d stains have a strong effect on final quality of sawn timber and particularly on the processing yields. Furthermore the ring shake and diameters of logs at the end of coppice.
Dans Timber management toward wood quality and end-product value. Sous la direction de S.Y. Zhang, R. Gosselin et G. Chauret. Proceedings of the CTIA/IUFRO International wood Quality Workshop, 18 au 22 août , Québec City, Canada. Forintek Canada Corp., Sainte-Foy, Qué. p. IX Google ScholarCited by: 5. Wood quality: its definition, impact and implications for value-added timber management and end uses. Part I. Its definition and impact. In Proceedings of the CTIA/IUFRO International Wood Quality Workshop, Timber Management Toward Wood Quality and End-product Value, 18–22 August , Québec, Que. Edited by S.Y. Zhang, R. Gosselin, and G Cited by: Measurement of Wood Stiffness in Standing Trees and Logs: Implications for End-Product Quality Greg Searles1 and John Moore2 1 Centre for Timber Engineering, Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh, UK, Tel: +44 , Fax +44 , Email: [email protected] TIMBER VALUE GROWTH PERCENT – The annual percent change in liquidation value of standing timber, excluding land. TIMBERLAND – Forestland producing or capable of producing crops of industrial wood (more than 20 cubic feet per acre per year), and not withdrawn from timber utilization. Formerly known as commercial forestland.
determined by two groups of parameters: 1) those from wood chips, and 2) those from the refining operation. The quality of chips, including the wood species, has a strong influence on the process and end-product properties (Wood , ; Lundqvist et al. ; Persson et al. ). Zhang, S. Y., Gosselin, R. and Chauret, G. Wood quality: its definition, impact and implication for value-added timber management and end uses. Timber management toward wood quality and end product value. Proceeding of CTIA/IUFRO international wood quality workshop, Québec City, Canada. The three major teak provenances of the Western Ghats in India were characterised in terms of mechanical and anatomical wood properties. Within the same age of year-old plantations, teak from the North Kanara provenance, generally known to display slow growth, had the lower values of static bending (modulus of rupture and modulus of elasticity) and longitudinal compressive . The concept of strategy originates with the art of warfare. According to Webster’s Dictionary, strategy can be defined as, “the science or art of combining and employing the means of war in planning and directing large military movements and operations” or “a plan, method, or series of maneuvers or stratagems for obtaining a specific goal or result.”Author: Eric Hansen Heikki Juslin.