Abstract : The creation and the use of scientific knowledge on recovered wood allow industry to refine
their skills on recovered wood management and to propose an ecologically responsible choice
as the future of this waste respecting the environment. Nowadays, numerous scientific results
are generated and published by university but little quantities are translated to the practice.
This limitation is due to the difficulty to transfer this knowledge in its typical format i.e.
scientific papers. In this paper, a new channel transfer in the form of the electronic knowledge
book (k-book) on the recovered wood is proposed which facilitate the transfer of scientific
knowledge from research to industry. It contains a new approach for representing scientific
knowledge adapted to the industrial word. The declarative scientific knowledge has been
represented by concepts maps and the procedural scientific knowledge has been represented
by a knowledge-sheets.
The tests realized have demonstrated that the user of the k-book experiences has a low
disorientation and a cognitive load level, which promotes the absorption and the use of the
transferred scientific knowledge.