STRENGTH PROPERTIES AND DRYING CHARACTERISTICS OF EUCALYPTUS WOOD GROWN IN BANGLADESH

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Kabir M.F.
Bhattacharjee D.K.
Sattar M.A.

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The physical, mechanical and seasoning properties of Eucalyptus tereticornis, E. brassiana and E. camaldulensis planted in Bangladesh have been investigated. It is found that Eucalyptus tereticornis is a heavy, dense and strong timber while E. brassiana and E. camaldulensis are moderately dense and strong. The timbers are refractory to drying requiring care for seasoning.

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M.F., K., D.K., B., & M.A., S. (2022). STRENGTH PROPERTIES AND DRYING CHARACTERISTICS OF EUCALYPTUS WOOD GROWN IN BANGLADESH. Thai Journal of Forestry, 14(2), 103–109. Retrieved from https://li01.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/tjf/article/view/256102
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