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This e-book has an identical topic content material to the author's prior stream in wooden yet with titanic updating end result of the abundance of study within the wooden technological know-how box given that 1971. a number of varied options were brought, rather in regard to wood-moisture relation ships. The position of water strength within the equilibria among wooden and its humid and wet environments is taken into account.
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The results of the various authors are summarized below. CLASS I a (6) (I) e Ref. 153 (5) Ref. 151(3) Ref. 055429 a (6) (III) e (Analytic) Ref. 05546(6) Ref. 055 (2) Ref. 89(10) Ref. 24 Not shown above are certain individual diagrams in Class IV, V, and VI which have been computed by more than one group. The agreement between the various groups for these diagrams is of §he same general quality as that indicated in the compilation above. 23(20) reported previously. Part of the difficulty of the numerical work stems from the fact that the final total involves a considerable amount of cancellation between diagrams.
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N 2 - 2 4 5184 - 432 [_ 4819 2 2" 11 [0. 444 MHz. Barbieri, Mignaco, and Remiddi 44 ,45 have completed an analytic evaluation of all five diagra~g, using in their work the dispersion method of Kallen and Sabry rather than the more commonly employed Feynman technique of reduction t04~nZggrals over auxiliary variables. Agreeing analytic expressions ' for four of the five diagrams have been given by at least one other group. In addition all five diag4Sm~9are in agreement with values based upon numerical evaluation ' of the Feynman integrals.