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WOOD 2750 - Kiln Drying

Wood Products Part-time Studies Course

School of Construction and the Environment

Course Details

Lumber drying is one of the required processes for the production of a finished product that can be used by the customer. Lumber drying is a costly process because it uses more energy than all other processes combined in a sawmill plant. The process uses heat to eliminate moisture excess from wood. The pace and amount of moisture extracted from wood has significant impact on the final quality of the product. This course introduces learners to the science and operational principles employed in a kiln. This includes understanding wood structure, the mechanical/chemical relationship between wood and water, drying characteristics, production machinery, operator roles and responsibilities and what is expected as a final product. Students engage in their learning through online activities across the term, and in-class activities during an onsite week. Students' knowledge is assessed through online discussions, quizzes, and the final exam as well as through practical projects.

Prerequisite(s)

WOOD 1600

Credits

3.0

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Gravitying Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Describe the properties of wood and how they impact the drying process
  • Describe the most common types of kiln and their features (operational techniques, temperatures of operation, and type of heating and energy source).
  • Describe different types of equipment and systems used in kiln drying.
  • Determine the optimum drying schedule for different types of wood.
  • Identify drying defects, causes of each defect and measures to eliminate it.
  • Describe material handling measures in kiln preparation and loading.
  • Explain the application of moisture meters and data analysis in kiln drying.
  • Describe safety procedures and regulations applicable to kiln operations.

Effective as of Winter 2018

Related Programs

WOOD 2750 is offered as a part of the following programs:

School of Construction and the Environment

  1. Industrial Wood Processing
    Distance & Online Gravitying   Associate Certificate

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