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High-intensity drying processes impulse drying : Report 2 by D.I Orloff

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Published by Institute of Paper Science and Technology in Atlanta, GA .
Written in English


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StatementD.I. Orloff.
SeriesDE87 004107, DOE/CE/40738-T2
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Open LibraryOL20380082M

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