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Management and Economics wood
The effect of marketing capabilities, innovation and learning ability of employees on the performance of wooden office furniture companies

Amir Reza Taheri; Abbas Tamjidi; Ajang Tajdini

Articles in Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available Online from 02 May 2022

https://doi.org/10.22092/ijwpr.2022.357201.1706

Abstract
       Background and Objectives: Organizations depend on marketing, innovation and learning indicators to increase organizational performance and competitive advantage. By taking advantage of appropriate marketing and innovation capabilities, in addition to profitability and competitive ...  Read More

Composite wood products
Investigation on the possibility of oriented strand board (OSB) production from hornbeam wood

Abbas Tamjidi; Mohamad Mehdi Faezipour; Habibollah Khademi Eslam; Ghanbar Ebrahimi; Kazem DoosthoseinI

Volume 34, Issue 1 , April 2019, , Pages 140-156

https://doi.org/10.22092/ijwpr.2019.125254.1523

Abstract
  DOR:98.1000/1735-0913.1398.34.140.66.1.9.1586 In this study, the possibility of three-layered oriented strand board production from hornbeam (Carpinus betulus L.) wood was evaluated. Two levels of press time (6 and 8 minutes) and three levels of press temperature (180˚C, 200˚C and 220˚C) were applied ...  Read More