Journal of Wood Science 第64巻 第4号

タイトル Journal of Wood Science 第64巻 第4号
管理番号 製材-00654
ジャンル 外国
ISBNコード -
著者名 一般社団法人 日本木材学会
発行 一般社団法人 日本木材学会
発行日 2018-08-25
定価(税抜) -
ページ数 137


  2. Within-stem variations in mechanical properties of Melia azedarach planted in northern Vietnam
  3. Energy consumption of two-stage fine grinding of Douglas-fir wood
  4. Determination of physical and chemical properties and degradation of archeological Japanese cypress wood from Tohyamago area near-infrared spectroscopy
  5. Depelopment and investigation of a hybrid build-up column made of small diameter logs originating from juvenile trees
  6. Numerical analysis on tensile performance of bolted joints with initial local cracks
  7. The evaluation of long-term mechanical properties of wood-based panels by indoor exposure tests
  8. Urea-formaldehyde microspheres as a potential additive to wood adhesive
  9. Effect of alkali treatment on wettability and thermal stability of individual bamboo fibers
  10. Impact of thermal modification on color and chemical changes of spruce and oak wood
  11. Heterotrophic components of biofilms on wood artefacts
  12. Its whats inside that counts:computer-aided tomography for evaluating the rate and extent of wood cosumption by shipworms
  13. Evaluation of chamical treatments on deimensional stabilization of archeological waterlogged hardwoods obtained from the Thang Long Imperial Citadel site,Vietnum
  14. Bacterial strains isolated from cedar wood inprove the mycelial growth and morphology of white rot fungus Phlebia brevispora on agar and liquid medium
  15. NOTES
  16. Stereo-preference in the degradation of the erythro and threo isomers of bete-O-4type lignin model compounds in oxidation processes 3 :in the reaction with chlorine- and manganese-based oxidants
  17. Characterizations of poplar catkin fibers and their potential for enzymatic hydrolysis
  19. Correction to:Extractive of Quercus crispula sapwood infected by the pathogenic fungi affaelea quercivore 1:comparison of sapwood extractives from noninfected samples