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COMBUSTION PROPERTIES OF EUCALYPTUS WOOD

By Yalçın ÖRS, Musa ATAR and Hüseyin PEKER

Abstract

In this study, the combustion properties of some impregnation materials (abiotic and biotic factors) used for eucalyptus wood in interior or exterior environments were investigated. The experimental samples were prepared from Eucalyptus wood based on ASTM-D-1413-76 Tanalith-CBC, boric acid, borax, vacsol-WR, immersol-WR, polyethylen glycole-400 and ammonium sulphate were used as an impregnation material. The results indicated that, vacuum treatment on Eucalyptus gave the lowest retention value of salts. Compounds containing boron+salt increased fire resistance however water repellents decreased the wood flammability

Topics: Emprenye, Odunun yanması, Su iticiler, Boraks, Okaliptüs, Engineering (General). Civil engineering (General), TA1-2040
Publisher: Pamukkale University
Year: 1999
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:56f889a18459485598c4c77244451d09
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