ovendry wood

ovendry wood, bone-dry wood

Wood from which no moisture can be removed when exposed to a temperature of 212°F (100°C).
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Also, the temperatures used probably prohibited him from using anything but ovendry wood for the tests.
Because of the low solids content of LPF adhesive, the mat moisture content of LPF5 resin (5% resin solids over ovendry wood weight) or LPF7 (7% resin solids over ovendry wood weight) was higher than 8.
In this analysis it was assumed the weight of the ovendry wood in a cubic foot of green wood was 25 pounds.
of premium wood pellets from: Whole Wet Dry Ovendry wood inputs logs coproduct coproduct Raw materials Standing timber, 1.
The recovery efficiency of bio-oil from ovendry wood chips was 59.
The moisture content u is the weight of water contained in wood, expressed as a ratio to the weight of the ovendry wood (%):
Aspen strands were used in the core layer (50% of the panel strands based on ovendry wood weight), and white cedar strands were used in the two face layers (each layer contained 25% of the panel strands based on ovendry wood weight).
A mix of liquid and powder phenol-formaldehyde adhesive was applied to the furnish at a rate of 7 percent of ovendry wood weight.
The properties evaluated in the 24-hour water soak (24--hour water immersion at room temperature) and 2-hour boil tests were WA, defined as the weight of the absorbed water divided by the ovendry wood weight; internal TS measured 25.
This behavior is limited to ovendry wood (USDA 1999).
After each of the four reaction times, a 2-L aliquot of the total 8-L suspension with approximately 125 grams of ovendry wood weight was removed from the blender.