Influence of the growth ring structure on the vapor transport in wood

Wolfgang Zillig, Jan Carmeliet, Dominique Derome & Wolfgang Zillig
Moisture transport in wood is complex due to its anisotropic material structure, resulting from the cells anatomy, growth rings where early- and latewood alternate and the presence of vessels, rays and pits. As a result, the moisture transport properties of wooden components are highly dependent on the direction (longitudinal, radial or tangential). Moreover, due to variations in cell geometry, and growth ring structure, the moisture transport properties, such as moisture capacity and vapor diffusion coefficient...
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