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THE DRYING PERFORMANCE AND POST-DRYING QUALITIES OF Eucalyptus saligna EXPOSED TO INTERMITTENT AND CONTINUOUS DRYING. Eucalyptus saligna tends to develop defects during its drying process, thus limiting its use as construction or furniture material. Intermittent drying, which applies non-heating phases between heating phases, has the potential to overcome this issue. This study evaluated the effects of 3 intermittent and one continuous schedule on the species' drying performance and post-dryingdoi:10.20886/ijfr.2020.7.1.43-57 fatcat:vqv2grijsrck7cdxqycafcjlli