3 edition of Shrinkage and density of some Australian and South-east Asian timbers found in the catalog.
Shrinkage and density of some Australian and South-east Asian timbers
1981 by Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization, Australia in Melbourne .
Written in English
|Statement||by Beverley Budgen.|
|Series||Division of Building Research technical paper -- no.38|
|Contributions||Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization. Divisionof Building Research.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||33|
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Shrinkage and density of some Australian and South-east Asian timbers (Tech. Paper No. (b) BUDGEN, B. Shrinkage and Density of some Australian and South-east Asian Timbers. Division of Building Research Technological Paper (Second Series) No. 38, CSIRO, Corewood Timber adjacent to or including the pith, that is, of density less than 80% that of the density 5/5(11).
Budgen B () Shrinkage and density of some Australian and. South-east Asian timbers (Division of Building Research Tech-nical paper). CSIRO, Melbourne. 3 B. Budgeon ()/ The shrinkage and density of some Australian and South-East Asian timbers.
Tech paper (2nd series) No. 38, Division of Building Research, CSIRO, Australia 4 E. Bolza and N.H. Kloot () The mechanical properties of Australian timbers. In this article, the conservation of seven archeological waterlogged woods (WW) with polyethylene glycol (PEG)trehalose, and feather keratin was investigated.
The results showed that the dimensional stability of WWs significantly improved after the different treatments. The anti-shrink efficiency values of the WWs treated with keratin ranged between and % depending on the. Budgen B () Shrinkage and density of some Australian and South-east Asian timbers (Division of Building Research Technical paper).
CSIRO, Melbourne Carlquist S () Comparative wood anatomy. 93 pp. Timber Research and Development Association (TRADA), High Wycombe. Browne FG. Forest trees of Sarawaka and Brunei and their products.
Government Printing Office, Kuching. Budgen B. The shrinkage and density of some Australian and South-east Asian Timbers. Technical Paper (2nd series) No Australian Thinking About Asia Michael Wesley Like some of the other great scholars of the late twentieth century, it was war that introduced Bob O’Neill to Asia.1 Already a well-credentialed strategist and military historian, Bob was posted to Vietnam with the 5th Battalion, Royal Australian.
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Teak is an exceptionally stable timber under changes of temperature and moisture. It is free from warping in drying. Movement due to its low shrinkage is unrivalled among the timbers of the world. Shrinkage. The shrinkage and the specific gravity of teak from different localities are given in Table 1.
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The common uses of Red Mahogany include wharf and bridge construction, railway sleepers and in mining timbers. Spatially accurate, contemporary data on human population distributions are vitally important to many applied and theoretical researchers.
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despite the critical impact that cities with shrinkage patterns have in regional Australia and in the development of resource intensive industries such as mining. This paper discusses some of the elements that throw light on the phenomenon of urban shrinkage and outlines shrinkage in Australia.
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8 Demand for South-East Asian timbers was selective, with emphasis particularly on teak and on certain species of great constructional value such as the Borneo ironwood. Central Asia (and Russia beyond), the Middle East and South-East Asia.
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ing the history of white Australia’s relationship with Asia and Asians, each of these books separately, and together as a group, challenge the “white fortress” perspective of traditional Australian history. More importantly, in mining a rich oral heritage, new methodological approaches have begun to return agency and subject status.
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Both points, of course, need elaboration and qualification. In. The timber industry has also catalyzed the fragmentation of habitats; in the future this fragmentation will promote the loss of multiple species whose roles (which include the provision of essential ecological services such as seed dispersal and pollination) are critical to survival of the Southeast Asian tropical rainforests.East Asia • Japan, North and South Korea, and Taiwan share cultural similarities with the eastern part of China.
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