effect of air velocity on reaching dry kiln saturation temperatures for oak by Paul J. Bois

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Statementby Paul J. Bois and John L. Tschernitz.
SeriesForest products utilization technical report -- no. 11.
ContributionsTschernitz, John L., United States. Forest Service.
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