If these two responses did not vary by species, different kiln schedules for different species would not be needed, and drying mixtures of species would present few problems. One schedule would minimize drying defects, drying time, and energy consumption for all species. ... Specific gravity affects drying behavior aspecies with high specific gravity generally dry more slowly and are more susceptible toanbsp;...
|Title||:||Grouping Tropical Wood Species for Kiln Drying|
|Author||:||William Turner Simpson, Charlie K. Baah|