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Published by F. W. Simpson, government printer in Perth .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Western Australia.

Subjects:

  • Timber -- Western Australia.,
  • Hardwoods.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesWestern Australia. Dept. of lands and surveys. Notes re timbers of Western Australia suitable for railways ... [2d ed.] Supplement.
ContributionsJulius, G. A.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsSD534.W5 A5 1908 Suppl a
The Physical Object
Pagination36 p.
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7018300M
LC Control Number10009883
OCLC/WorldCa19420970

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Western Australian Timber Tests, from Dymocks online bookstore. The Physical Characteistics of the Hardwoods of Western Australia. PaperBack by Western Australia Dept of Lands and Su. (2) Supplement to the Western Australian timber tests, the physical characteristics of the hardwoods of Australia 6 pages, 22 plates. (3) Notes re Timbers of Western Australia suitable for Railways, Engineering Works and Constructional Purposes generally. 36 p., [16] p. of plates, [1] folded leaf of plates: ill., 1 col. map ; 33 cm. Western Australian timber tests, The physical characteistics of the hardwoods of Western Australia. By Western Australia. Department of Lands and Surveys. (McGraw-Hill), or Julius (), 'Western Australian timber tests The physical characteristics of the woods of Western Australia'. Where no strength data were available, air-dry density was used in accordance with the Australian Standard AS Timber - Classification of strength groups to predict the strength group. Consequently, the strength values quoted are from the above two tables.

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