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debarking

surgical removal of all or part of the vocal cords; practiced in the dog to reduce a barking nuisance. Called also devocalization.
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More moisture moved out of log surfaces in Group C, as a result of debarking.
The present study focuses on the modelling of wet oxidation of debarking water and compares the results, effectiveness, and reliability of two models.
Following 2 observations of rhinos debarking commiphora trees, I sampled commiphora to assess prevalence of trees with similarly debarked trunks.
Kinetic modelling of wet oxidation treated debarking water
The subject of filling in the sawmill extraction can be further cover up of felled traps by sinking simultaneously with the extraction of traps, Debarking of bark beetle by means of a motor saw in parallel with the production of bark beetle, Access of forest stands by cutting in parallel with the implementation of educational mining.
The need of an extra debarking process for panel fabrication was also evaluated.
The new wood handling line will include log feeding, debarking, chipper and screen room.
The three-day cruise will embark in Honolulu every Saturday and include one day in Hilo and two days in Kahului, debarking there every Tuesday.
This equals 140,000 tons/year collected at one spot with the costs of procurement, harvesting, transport, debarking, and chipping covered by the current production system.
Among their other capital projects, the company is currently installing a new Fuji-King debarking system which should be operating by late September.
They are involved in all aspects of the lumbering process, which includes cutting down trees, debarking them and turning them into lumber.
The objective of this study was to improve debarking efficiency in frozen conditions by thawing log bark.