Jörg Wehsener

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The thermo-mechanical densification of wood leads to new material characteristics with a plasticity of more than 50 %. The compression process can be influenced by different material and process parameters. By subsequent thermo-hydro-mechanical forming, production of three-dimensional structures is viable. Additional textile reinforcement can increase the(More)
Acetylated wood made from radiata pine (Pinus radiata D. Don) was densified at different temperatures in order to investigate its applicability to wood moulding. Six different densification levels ranging from 10 to 60% were carried out each at the temperature levels 80 and 110 °C. The swelling behaviour in cold (20 °C) and warm (60 °C) water and(More)
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