Wood Science and Technology, 1432-5225

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  1. 2018
  2. Moisture behavior of weathered wood surfaces during cyclic wetting: measurements and modeling

    J. Niklewski, C. Brischke, E. Frühwald Hansson & L. Meyer-Veltrup, 2018, In: Wood Science and Technology. 52, 6, p. 1431-1450 20 p.

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  3. 2017
  4. The combined effect of wetting ability and durability on outdoor performance of wood: development and verification of a new prediction approach

    Linda Meyer-Veltrup, Christian Brischke, Gry Alfredsen, Miha Humar, Per Otto Flæte, Tord Isaksson, Pia Larsson Brelid, Mats Westin & Jöran Jermer, 2017 May, In: Wood Science and Technology. 51, 3, p. 615-637

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  5. 2015
  6. Effective stiffness prediction of GLT beams based on stiffness distributions of individual lamellas

    Georg Kandler, Josef Füssl, Erik Serrano & Josef Eberhardsteiner, 2015, In: Wood Science and Technology. 49, p. 1101-1121

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  7. Implications of differences in macromolecular composition of stem fractions for processing of Scots pine

    Sara Johansson, Karin Carlqvist, Rashmi Kataria, Thomas Ulvcrona, Urban Bergsten, Mehrdad Arshadi, Mats Galbe & Gunnar Lidén, 2015, In: Wood Science and Technology. 49, 5, p. 1037-1054

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  8. 2013
  9. Modelling of bending creep of low- and high-temperature-dried spruce timber

    Daniel Honfi, Annika Mårtensson, Sven Thelandersson & Robert Kliger, 2013, In: Wood Science and Technology.

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  10. 2009
  11. Finite element study of growth stress formation in wood and related distortion of sawn timber

    Sigurdur Ormarsson, Ola Dahlblom & Marie Johansson, 2009, In: Wood Science and Technology. 43, 5-6, p. 387-403

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  12. 2007
  13. Moisture content penetration in wood elements under varying boundary conditions

    Martin Häglund, 2007, In: Wood Science and Technology. 41, 6, p. 477-490

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  14. 2006
  15. Elastic layer model for application to crack propagation problems in timber engineering

    J. L. Coureau, Per-Johan Gustafsson & Kent Persson, 2006, In: Wood Science and Technology. 40, 4, p. 275-290

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  16. 2002
  17. Mechanical response of wood perpendicular to grain when subjected to changes of humidity

    Staffan Svensson & Tomi Toratti, 2002, In: Wood Science and Technology. 36, 2, p. 145-156

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  18. 2001
  19. A three-dimensional paradigm of fiber orientation in timber

    Christina Foley, 2001, In: Wood Science and Technology. 35, 5, p. 453-465

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  20. 1999
  21. Mechano-sorptive experiments perpendicular to grain under tensile and compressive loads.

    Tomi Toratti & Staffan Svensson, 1999, In: Wood Science and Technology. 34, p. 317-326

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  22. 1994
  23. Mechano-sorptive effects in wooden material

    Annika Mårtensson, 1994, In: Wood Science and Technology. 28, 6, p. 437-450

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  24. 1993
  25. Measurements of water vapour sorption in wood. Part 1. Instrumentation

    Lars Wadsö, 1993, In: Wood Science and Technology. 27, 5, p. 396-400

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  26. Measurements of water vapour sorption in wood. Part 2. Results

    Lars Wadsö, 1993, In: Wood Science and Technology. 28, 1, p. 59-65

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  27. 1990
  28. Effects of moisture and mechanical loading on wooden materials

    Annika Mårtensson & Sven Thelandersson, 1990, In: Wood Science and Technology. 24, 3, p. 247-261

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