densified wood

compressed wood, densified wood

Wood which has been impregnated with resin and subjected to a high pressure to increase its density and strength.
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Resistance of thermo-hygromechanically densified wood to colonization and degradation by brown-rot fungi.
Densified wood waste is a thermal energy source for residential and commercial heating as well as for secondary heat processes.
Improved method for compressing in manufacture of surface densified wood. Japanese patent JP 09267309 A2.
Gross heating values for densified wood residues made in the northeastern United States are shown as a function of moisture content (MC).
IS measures the release of internal stresses which often build up during manufacturing of highly densified wood products (Hsu et al.
Likewise, the effects of high-temperature heat treatment and other technologies to stabilize the dimensional property of surface densified wood will be examined.
Effect of manufacturing parameters on linear expansion of densified wood composite panels I: Effect of element size and press temperature.
1945, Stamm 1964), compressed wood with phenolic resin (PF) pretreatment known as "Compreg" (Stamm and Harris 1953, Stamm 1964), surface densified wood (Tarkow and Seborg 1968) and so forth were studied systematically several decades ago.