Area: Measurement and Process
Budget: 550 000 SEK
Duration: september - December 2011
Project Manager: Tom Moren, LTU and Lars Hansson, LTU
In 2008 the old CT scanner at LTU Skellefteå was replaced by a new device and a few years later it was supplemented with a custom-built climate chamber. With this equipment, it i possible to study how the wood drying process progresses and the industry can thus be helped to adapt the process to get a high quality product.
In the research world, the equipment can be used to physically describe the wood drying process. but it is also possible to study other materials treated similarly.
The project's goal is to complete a unique instrumentation with new algorithms and verification / calibration of these. The equipment is of great importance for the future of the timber industry in the areas of drying, heat, moisture dynamics, modification with multiple processes.
The project is carried forward with other funding in 2012, the final report is presented after this.
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