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Turner, P. & Price, C. S. (2005). Timber resource management (Forest IQ Pulping).
Selected Indicative Claims:
1. A system for managing a timber resource comprising a number of forests each having a plurality of compartments, a transport infras...
Turner, P. & Price, C. S. (2003). Pre-harvest assessment and the link with optimised solid wood processing.
Turner, P. (2001). Strategic and tactical options for manageing the quality and value of eucalypt plantation resources.
The paper outlines options for managing the quality and value of eucalypt plantation resources. It begins with the hypothesis that variation is the largest single issue with
To develop new and evaluate existing analytical methodsrelated to forest-based and agroindustrial Biorefineries. Thus, the Action covers the analytical methods f...
Understanding wood cell wall structure, biopolymer interaction and composition: Implications for current products and new material innovat...
Turner, P. & Nottale, L. (2016). A New Ab Initio Approach to the Development of High Temperature Superconducting Materials. Journal of Superconductivity and Novel Magnetism.. doi:10.1007/s10948-016-3756-z. ISSN 1557-1939
We review recent theoretical developments, which suggest that a set of shared principles underpin macroscopic quantum phenomena observed in high temperature superconducting ma...
Turner, P. & Nottale, L. (2016). The physical principles underpinning self-organization
We present evidence based theory for the emergence of plant structure in which
CO2 is not only the source of carbon for plant growth, but also plays a critical role
as a sourc...
Turner, P. & Nottale, L. (2015). The origins of macroscopic quantum coherence in high temperature superconductivity. Physica C: Superconductivity and its Applications. 515, 15-30. doi:10.1016/j.physc.2015.04.006. ISSN 0921-4534
A new, theoretical approach to macroscopic quantum coherence and superconductivity in the p-type (hole doped) cuprates is proposed. The theory includes mechanisms to account f...
Turner, P., Kowalczyk, M. & Reynolds, A. (2010). New insights into the micro-fibril architecture of wood cell wall. In The Final Report of COST Action E54. Cost Action Wood CellNet. ISBN 978-91-576-9007-4
Turner, P., Megown, K. A., Grzeskowiak, V., Megown, R. A., Pauck, J. & Alborough, D. (2001). An industrial evaluation of a stand level grading system for Pinus patula. Southern African forestry journal. 190, 105-114. doi:10.1080/20702620.2001.10434123. ISSN 1029-5925
This paper reports on progress made in the development and implementation of a stand level wood quality grading system for P. patula identified for processing in Mondi Mereban...
The thesis describes a programme of work to develop a novel cellulose based fibre. The most important innovative step in th...