bone-dry 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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where BTULB is the BTUs per pound; H is the BTUs per pound produced by bone-dry wood, about 8,500 for hardwood and 9,000 for softwood; (1) MC is the moisture content percentage; EFFIC is the burner system's efficiency (expressed as a percent).
In general, bone-dry wood has 0 percent moisture while green wood contains 50 percent moisture.