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Creep Behaviors during and after Drying and Microstructures after Drying of Wood Swollen by Water, Methanol and Ethanol

To investigate the relationship between microstructures of wood and the physical and mechanical properties, creep behaviors during and after drying and microstructures after drying of wood swollen by water, methanol and ethanol were studied in this report. Results obtained were as follows. 1) Creeps... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of the Society of Materials Science Japan, 2012, Vol.61(4), pp.329-334
Main Author: Kojiro, Keisuke
Other Authors: Yanai, Shunsuke , Nakatani, Takeshi , Furuta, Yuzo , Ishimaru, Yutaka
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title: Creep Behaviors during and after Drying and Microstructures after Drying of Wood Swollen by Water, Methanol and Ethanol
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  • Desorption
  • Drying
  • Ethanol
  • Ethyl Alcohol
  • Methyl Alcohol
  • Microstructure
  • Wood
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ispartof: Journal of the Society of Materials Science, Japan, 2012, Vol.61(4), pp.329-334
description: To investigate the relationship between microstructures of wood and the physical and mechanical properties, creep behaviors during and after drying and microstructures after drying of wood swollen by water, methanol and ethanol were studied in this report. Results obtained were as follows. 1) Creeps for every swollen wood during drying were greater than immediately after drying, and much greater than after conditioned at the before and after contents. Wood samples with greater degree of creep during and immediately after drying were; methanol-swollen wood, ethanol-swollen wood and water-swollen wood when similar amount of content were changed. 2) Similar degree of creep occurred during drying despite drying rate. Degree of creep immediately after drying depended on drying rate and elapsed time after drying. 3) Larger amount of micropores existed in wood after desorption of methanol and ethanol than in wood after desorption of water when vacuum-dried at 110 degree...
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descriptionTo investigate the relationship between microstructures of wood and the physical and mechanical properties, creep behaviors during and after drying and microstructures after drying of wood swollen by water, methanol and ethanol were studied in this report. Results obtained were as follows. 1) Creeps for every swollen wood during drying were greater than immediately after drying, and much greater than after conditioned at the before and after contents. Wood samples with greater degree of creep during and immediately after drying were; methanol-swollen wood, ethanol-swollen wood and water-swollen wood when similar amount of content were changed. 2) Similar degree of creep occurred during drying despite drying rate. Degree of creep immediately after drying depended on drying rate and elapsed time after drying. 3) Larger amount of micropores existed in wood after desorption of methanol and ethanol than in wood after desorption of water when vacuum-dried at 110 degree...
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abstractTo investigate the relationship between microstructures of wood and the physical and mechanical properties, creep behaviors during and after drying and microstructures after drying of wood swollen by water, methanol and ethanol were studied in this report. Results obtained were as follows. 1) Creeps for every swollen wood during drying were greater than immediately after drying, and much greater than after conditioned at the before and after contents. Wood samples with greater degree of creep during and immediately after drying were; methanol-swollen wood, ethanol-swollen wood and water-swollen wood when similar amount of content were changed. 2) Similar degree of creep occurred during drying despite drying rate. Degree of creep immediately after drying depended on drying rate and elapsed time after drying. 3) Larger amount of micropores existed in wood after desorption of methanol and ethanol than in wood after desorption of water when vacuum-dried at 110 degree...
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