Measurement of cellulose content, Kraft pulp yield and basic density in eucalypt woodmeal using multisite and multispecies near infra-red spectroscopic calibrations

@inproceedings{Downes2011MeasurementOC,
  title={Measurement of cellulose content, Kraft pulp yield and basic density in eucalypt woodmeal using multisite and multispecies near infra-red spectroscopic calibrations},
  author={Geoffrey M. Downes and Roger Meder and Nick Ebdon and Christopher M. Hicks and Chris G. Harwood},
  year={2011}
}
Previous descriptions of multisite and multispecies near infra-red (NIR) spectroscopic calibrations for predicting cellulose content (CC) and Kraft pulp yield (KPY) in eucalypt woodmeal demonstrated that large, single calibrations provide precise predictions for a wide range of sites and species. These have since been used in a range of published studies. Their value lies in low-cost, fast analytical throughput and small required sample size. In particular, they allow precise values of KPY to… CONTINUE READING

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