Investigation on bonding quality of beech wood (Fagus orientalis L.) veneer during high temperature drying and aging

  title={Investigation on bonding quality of beech wood (Fagus orientalis L.) veneer during high temperature drying and aging},
  author={Loya Jamalirad and Kazem Doosthoseini and Gerald G. Koch and Seyed Ahmad Mirshokraie and Johannes Welling},
  journal={European Journal of Wood and Wood Products},
In the present study, the effects of high drying temperature and UV light induced aging on bonding quality of plywood manufactured from untreated and treated veneer layers were investigated. Rotary cut veneers with dimensions of 500 mm×500 mm×2 mm produced from beech (Fagus orientalis Lipsky) log were selected for topochemical, chemical and mechanical analyses. The veneer sheets were oven-dried at 100°C and 180°C after the peeling process. Afterwards, the surfaces were exposed to artificial UV… CONTINUE READING


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