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Gezici-Koc, Ö. (author), Erich, S.J.F. (author), Huinink, H.P. (author), van der Ven, L.G.J. (author), Adan, O.C.G. (author)
In addition to the desired aesthetical properties, a coating is applied to protect against weathering. A coating prevents moisture accumulation in wood by reducing the water uptake into the wood by its barrier function. The studies in the coating permeability has gained interest with the shift towards waterborne coatings, which make coatings...
article 2019
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Gezici-Koç, Ö. (author), Erich, S.J.F. (author), Huinink, H.P. (author), van der Ven, L.G.J. (author), Adan, O.C.G. (author)
An important reason to apply coatings on wood is to protect wood against moisture. As a result of regulations and ecological concerns, there has been a shift towards waterborne coatings, which make coatings intrinsically more sensitive to water. As a consequence of the higher sensitivity to water, the durability of both wood and coatings can be...
article 2018
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van Meel, P.A. (author), Erich, S.J.F. (author), Huinink, H.P. (author), Kopinga, K. (author), DE Jong, J. (author), Adan, O.C.G. (author)
Moisture accumulation inside wood causes favorable conditions for decay. Application of a coating alters the moisture sorption of wood and prevents accumulation of moisture. This paper presents the results of a nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) study on the influence of a coating on the moisture absorption of wood. NMR allows to determine both...
article 2011