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Abstract

Dehumidification drying schedule of some Indonesian timber species.

Abstract

Dehumidification drying schedules were worked out for 27 commercial Indonesian timbers from Riau, Lampung and Central Kalimantan. The species studied were Dracontomelon mangiferum, Durio carinatus, Palaquium leiocarpum, Cotylelobium melanoxylon, Xylopia malayana, Shorea pauciflora, Terrietia [Heritiera] javanica, Koompassia malaccensis, Canarium sumatrana, Dialium platysepalum, Dipterocarpus appendiculata, Dipterocarpus cornutus, Terminalia mollis, Scorodocarpus borneensis, Dyera costulata, Cinnamomum parthenoxylon, Shorea ovalis, Shorea parvifolia, Mezzettia leptopoda [Mezzettia parviflora], Anisoptera costata, Palaquium ferox, Alstonia angustiloba, Gonystylus macrophyllus, Tetramerista glabra, Madhuca crassipes, Endospermum malaccense [Endospermum diadenum] and Fragraea fragrans. All the species could be classified into one of three drying schedules.