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News and views of this kiln drying business
Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, Wis
Written in English
|Other titles||Warp reduction.|
|Statement||by Forest Products Laboratory, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture.|
|Series||Research note FPL -- 108., U.S.D.A. Forest Service research note -- FPL-0108., Research note FPL -- 0108.|
|Contributions||University of Wisconsin.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
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Ditions. Another advantage of kiln dry-ing green from the saw is the shorter over-all drying time, and it is usually for this reason that requests are made for information on this subject.
Certain fundamentals in the drying of wood have been studied, and the acquired information has been used in formulating schedules that minimize kiln-drying defects.
Get this from a library. News and views of this kiln drying business: warp reduction. [Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.); University of Wisconsin.]. NEWS AND VIEWS OF THIS KILN DRYING BUSINESS The Problem: Can American elm be dried without excessive warping.
The Answer: By John M. McMillen, Technologist American elm is known to warp considerably during seasoning. The basic cause is longitudinal shrinkage that is due principally to spiral grain and tension wood.
News and views of this kiln-drying business: operation and maintenance of lumber dry kilns. News and views of this kiln drying business: dip treatment in polyethylene glycol not effective in preventing surface checking Author: Raymond Carl Rietz ; Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.).
The Problem: How to determine the number of days required for air-drying lumber to 20 percent moisture content. The Answer: By developing an annual calendar of effective drying days. Citation: Rietz, R.C. News and views of this kiln-drying business: a calendar for air-drying lumber in the upper Midwest.
(Research note FPL News and views of this kiln drying business book ):3 p. NEWS AND VIEWS OF THIS KILN DRYING BUSINESS The Problem: How can a kiln operator know when it is safe to rOse kiln temperatures to speed up his drying schedt 0 /9S0 of higher moisture conten.
al se-lection should be made on the basis of weight and grain direction. Boards of higher-than-normal specific gravity should be given preference.
They. of wood by the oven-drying method, all that is needed is a saw, a good scale, and a reliable oven. The saw is needed to cut a specimen for oven dry-ing from a sample board selected for moisture analysis. The scale is needed to weigh the specimen immediately after cutting.
A good oven is essential if a true oven-dry weight is to be ob-tained. News and views of this kiln drying business.
Bulletin: Report. United States Forest Products Laboratory D/D pp.1 pp. each. Any distortion that develops in dry wood is due to a change in moisture content or an unbalancing of stresses which exist. When kiln-dried lumber having about the same moisture content in the core as in the shell is machined and warn develops, the cause is invari-ably due to an unbalancing of the stresses that are present.
These stresses are caused. "This book describes the fundamental basis of kiln-drying technology, enabling forest companies to improve their drying operations as high-quality timbers become scarcer and former wasteful practices can no longer be tolerated.
It covers wood structure, moisture in wood, moisture movement and stress development on. If you have a low temperature dehumidifier that has a maximum drying temperature of ºF, the drying time will be the same going from green down to 30% moisture content.
From 30% MC down, the temperature makes a difference, with a ºF (50ºC) kiln taking about 2½. Kiln schedules can be classified as general or special. General schedules are intended for drying lumber in-tended for almost any product and will do a satisfac-tory job.
Special schedules are those developed to at-tain certain drying objectives; for example, to reduce drying time, dry. Shown in this section are schedules for steam-heated kilns operated at temperatures between and °F4 (38 and 82 °C).
Suggested schedules are essentially the same as those listed in U.S. Department of Agriculture HandbookDry Kiln Operator’s Size: KB. The drying schedule was entered as a look-up table using a moisture-content-based schedule so that, as the estimated moisture content of the stack was updated, the temperature setpoints were also updated and implemented by the control strategy of the kiln control system.
The progress of the drying run was monitored by the computer, which controlled. Dry Kiln Control. Lumber dry kiln control systems control the environmental conditions of heat, relative humidity, and air circulation necessary for the proper drying of hardwood and softwood. These control systems are usually personal computer (PC) or programmable logic controller (PLC) based.
On some older systems, cam follower control is used. Operation of the dry kiln is only one factor that determines lumber drying quality.
Each step of the lumber manufacturing process affects lumber drying quality—from the time logs are felled in the woods until the lumber leaves the unstacker after Quality Drying of Softwood Lumber. 2File Size: KB. The kiln builder's bible. Fredrick L. Olsen's practical guide to the construction, maintenance and repair of kilns is now bigger and more comprehensive than ever.
Olsen's bible for kiln builders now includes chapters on multi-directional and specialty kilns, and offers a few suggestions on what kilns may look like in /5(14). ing in the kiln followed the procedure described for American elm.
Drying of Lumber We performed all drying treatments in an aluminum, prefabricated, steam-heated dry kiln of fbm capacity. Lumber was stacked on 3/4-in.-thick stick-ers spaced 18 in. apart, which formed a pile 4 ft wide and 9 to 11 courses high for each load. All loads were. At present, no single book adequately covers a basic understanding of wood book satisfies the need for such a work.
It describes drying in practice. This the fundamental basis of kiln-drying technology, to enable forest companies to imFrove their drying operations as high-quality timbers become scarcer and of yesteryear can no longer be by:.
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