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George Miller

Research Associate II

Phone: 662-325-8036  Email: gdm5@msstate.edu

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George Miller

2017
Wan, H., J. Dahlen, A. Mao, L. Sites, A. Rowlen, G. Miller, B. McClendon, M. Liu, X. Liu, D. Nicholas. 2017. Evaluation of the performance of composite wood decking bonded with phenol resorcinol formaldehyde and polyurethane adhesives after accelerated aging tests. Forest Products Journal 67(1-2):112-119. Download


2016
Liu, X., G. Miller, X. Wang, H. Wan. 2016. A tool for evaluating the quality of laminated particleboard countertop. Wood and Fiber Science 48(4):297-301. Download


2007
Poncsak, S., S.Q. Shi, D. Kocaefe, G. Miller Jr. 2007. Effect of thermal treatment of wood lumbers on their adhesive bond strength and durability. Journal of Adhesion Science and Technology 21(8):745-754. Download


2006
Shi, S.Q., A. Oppedal, G. Miller, M.F. Horstemeyer. 2006. Characterization of engineering wood adhesive behavior treated at elevated temperatures. Pages 163-169 in C.R. Frihart, editor, Wood Adhesives 2005. November 2-4, 2005. San Diego, CA.


2005
Sellers, Jr., T., G.D. Miller, W. Smith. 2005. Tool wear properties of five extender/fillers in adhesive mixes for plywood. Forest Products Journal 55(3):27.31. Download


2004
Sellers, Jr., T., G.D. Miller, Jr. 2004. Laboratory manufacture of high moisture southern pine strandboard bonded with three tannin adhesive types. Forest Products Journal 54(12):296-301. Download


2000
Sellers, Jr., T., D.L. Butler, C.L. Griffin, D.E. Headley, G.D. Miller, Jr. 2000. Laboratory apparatus for applying air-sprayed powdered adhesive. Forest Products Journal 50(5):88-90.


2000
Sellers, Jr., T., G.D. Miller, Jr., M.J. Fuller, J.G. Broder, R.R. Loper, II. 2000. Properties of low density composites made of kenaf core fiber. In: Kenaf Properties, Processing and Products. Chapter 29. Mississippi State University. Pp. 349-357.


2000
Sellers, Jr., T., G.D. Miller, M. Katabian. 2000. Recycled thermoplastics with renewable lignocellulosic materials. Forest Products J. 50(5):24-28.


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