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What does HTW stand for?
HTW stands for Heat-Treated Wood
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- Halfway to Winter (band)
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- Harmonize the World (Sweet Adelines International)
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- Herron Todd White (property valuation; Australia)
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- High Temperature Water
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- Historic Third Ward (various meanings)
- Hochschule fur Technik und Wirtschaft Berlin (German: University for Applied Sciences Berlin; Berlin, Germany)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The objective of this study is to delay the color change of heat-treated wood subjected to outdoor conditions.
Molok containers also look better and come in a wide range of finishes - natural wood, heat-treated wood, painted wood, recycled plastic and alumin-ium - in a variety of colours.
Changes in color and dimensional stability properties of the oil heat-treated wood were examined after (1) heat treatment and (2) accelerated UV weathering.
Therefore, the use of heat-treated wood in load-bearing applications is not suggested (Anonymous 2003).
Hemicelluloses are hydrolyzed during heat treatment, and this decreases the hygroscopity of heat-treated wood (Winandy and Smith 2006).
The thermal history of the specimens was clearly visible as a lower density of relaxation process, which suggested that the heat-treated wood possessed lower damping property and thus less energy was dissipated when segmental motion occurred.
Heat-treated wood is susceptible to reinfestation (Haack et al.