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Effect of forming conditions of the wet web on mechanical properties of kraft papers

D. J. Fahey

Effect of forming conditions of the wet web on mechanical properties of kraft papers

by D. J. Fahey

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Published by Forest Products Laboratory in Madison, Wis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Papermaking.,
  • Paper -- Testing.

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Statement[by D. J. Fahey and C. W. Polley]
    SeriesU.S.D.A. Forest Service research paper FPL ;, 133
    ContributionsPolley, C. W., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTS801 .U493 no. 133, TS1121 .U493 no. 133
    The Physical Object
    Pagination12 p.
    Number of Pages12
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4066975M
    LC Control Number79608748

    Properties of paper The mechanical behavior of single paper fibers Author: R.W. Koppelaar form on the overall properties of a sheet of paper is to model the microstructure of paper mechanical locking effect, leading to a very high stiffness of the overall fiber [2]. 5File Size: 1MB. The combinations of wet-end additives that are likely to have the greatest effects in making paper more air-permeable, especially if the paper web is evaluated before the size press and calender stack, fall under the category of microparticle systems. The net effect of such treatments can be viewed in terms of an increased fiber-to-fiber.

    Bleaching of mechanical pulp is much different than that for chemical pulp. Mechanical pulping leaves the lignin and the cellulose intact, whereas the purpose of chemical pulping is to chemically sepa-rate the lignin from the cellulose fibers and remove it from the pulp. A major advantage of mechanical pulping is the high yields of pulp that can be. Mechanical Properties in Design and Manufacturing •Mechanical properties determine a material’s behavior when subjected to mechanical stresses Properties include elastic modulus, ductility, hardness, and various measures of strength •Dilemma: mechanical properties desirable to the designer, such as high strength, usually makeFile Size: 1MB.

    This research analyzes the effects of different treatments on flax nonwoven (NW) fabrics which are intended for composite reinforcement. The treatments applied were of two different kinds: a wet/dry cycling which helps to stabilize the cellulosic fibers against humidity changes and plasma treatments with air, argon and ethylene gases considering different conditions and combinations, which Cited by:   T1 - Environmental effects on mechanical properties of wet lay-up fiber-reinforced polymer. AU - Saadatmanesh, Hamid. AU - Tavakkolizadeh, Mohammadreza. AU - Mostofinejad, Davood. PY - /5/1. Y1 - /5/1. N2 - The demand for fiber-reinforced polymers (FRPs) in rehabilitation of infrastructure is by:


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Effect of forming conditions of the wet web on mechanical properties of kraft papers by D. J. Fahey Download PDF EPUB FB2

Used in many of the strong kraft grades now made with high percentages of virgin softwood fiber. This report is concerned with the effects of stock consistence, temperature, pH, and weight of sheet on the mechanical properties of kraft papers.

PROCEDURE. Experimental Design. Properties of mechanical pulps Kraft Pulping Advantages of kraft pulps and kraft pulping Effect of beating and wet pressing on opacity Book - Properties of Paper: An Introduction Author: TAPPI PRESS Created Date: Z. In this work, the effects of different parameters on dewatering, wet web strength and relaxation, as well as on the mechanical and surface properties of the final product were investigated.

A long term aim is to improve the runnability of the paper machine and paper quality by controlling and. Increased dryness improves the mechanical properties of the wet web. Another way to improve wet web mechanical properties would be to use chemical additives that increase interactions between fibers in the wet state.

In this study, the effects of various polymers on wet web strength and relaxation characteristics were examined. Materials and methodsFile Size: KB.

In order to understand the effect of moisture on the mechanical properties of IM7/ composite, tests were conducted in both room temperature and in hot-wet conditions. As moisture is expected to affect mainly the epoxy matrix, the mechanical property which is File Size: KB.

The runnability of a wet paper web in a paper machine is affected by furnish composition, tension, relaxation and solids content of the web, among other parameters (Mardon and Short ; Ionides. The wet web strength of paper furnishes for the manufacture of core board, fluting and similar papers from recovered fibers and soda-AQ semichemical pulp, decreases with increasing the input of.

Wet strength can be critical to the performance of certain paper towels, bags, beverage containers, and containerboard products that will be used under wet conditions. The primary means of increasing the wet strength of paper consists of reactive, polymeric chemicals.

several parameters are needed to describe the runnability of wet and dry paper web. The tension-strain behavior of wet paper and web handling in the paper machine determines to large extent the runnability potential of dry paper.

Wet web draws during drying influence the tension-strain properties of dry web that govern the dry web runnability. forces on the crossing fibers in freely dried sheets. The mechanical properties of the bonded segments can be modified by the fiber walls, stresses at bond area and micro-compressions, so that the properties of freely dried fibers and bonded fibers will be dif-ferent.

Inter-fiber bonds can also have effect on mechanical properties of fi. Physico-mechanical properties of paper from Malaysian Hardwood Kraft Pulp Nasrullah RCL Departement of Chemical Engineering, Syiah Kuala University, Banda Aceh Indonesia. Effect on Paper Properties The effect of recycling on paper properties is depicted in Figure 3 illustrating various responses as there is a reduction in the mechanical.

Formation of paper sheet by machines In a paper machine, interrelated mechanisms operating in unison receive paper stock from the beater, form it into a sheet of the desired weight by filtration, press and consolidate the sheet with removal of excess water, dry the remaining water by evaporation, and wind the traveling sheet into reels of paper.

Despite much research into and development within the complex area of the initial wet web strength of paper, no complete model has yet been developed to describe this property. This type of paper strength is the most important property to ensure an effective paper machine run.

Furthermore, the process of strength development in the sheet forming and pressing portion of the process is the basis Cited by: The effects of mixing Swedish softwood kraft pulp with southern pine or with abaca (Musa Textilis) were investigated.

Handsheets of a softwood kraft pulp with the addition of abaca fibres were made in a conventional sheet former. It was seen that the addition of abaca fibres. Hygroexpansivity: It is the % of elongation or shrinkage caused by a given change in its surrounding relative humidity or its moisture is an indication of a paper's tendency to cause misregister.

Hygroexpansivity is important for manufacture and selection of. Papermaking - Papermaking - Paper properties and uses: Used in a wide variety of forms, paper and paperboard are characterized by a wide range of properties.

In the thousands of paper varieties available, some properties differ only slightly and others grossly. The identification and expression of these differences depend upon the application of standard test methods, generally specified by. Papermaking. PAPERMACHINE – PRESSING.

INTRODUCTION. The paper web formed on the wire part or the forming section passes onto the press section. Pressing of the web on the paper machine follows entering of wet web through the nip of two rolls running under pressure.

Under the effect of pressure between the two rolls further water removal ofFile Size: KB. Strength Properties of Wet-combination Paper Containing Dry Strength Resin* Takushi SAKAEMURA *1, and Tatsuo YAMAUCHI *2 *This paper was presented in part at the 21st Annual Meeting of the Packaging Science and Technology, Japan.

The effect of wet-combination on some basic strength properties was examined by using a series ofFile Size: KB. Mechanical properties of recycled Kraft paper residue polyester composites.

João Marciano Laredo dos Reis I, *; José Luiz Cardoso II; Protasio Ferreira e Castro II. I Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Laboratory - LMTA, Mechanical Engineering Post Graduate Program - PGMEC, Universidade Federal Fluminense - UFF, Rua Passo da Pátria,CEPNiteroi, RJ, Brazil.

Watkins, in Packaging Technology, Liner/facing materials. The facings can be made from Kraft paper (named after the chemical pulping process used to manufacture the paper) which has a high proportion of virgin fibres and added recycled papers (known as 'Test' materials).

The recycled papers are made from in-process waste and from used cases and trays collected from supermarkets. Understanding the Effect of Machine Technology and Cellulosic Fibers on Tissue Properties – A Review. Tiago De Assis, a Lee W. Reisinger, b Lokendra Pal, a Joel Pawlak, a Hasan Jameel, a and Ronalds W.

Gonzalez a, * Hygiene tissue paper properties are a function of fiber type, chemical additives, and machine technology.The technical properties of a metal are those properties which completely define its behavior in shaping, forming and fabrication operation during the manufacturing process.

A sound knowledge of these properties is also essential for an engineer to enable him/her to select a suitable metal for the various structures or components of a machine.Kraft paper is produced by a sulfate treatment process.

Kraft paper is available in several forms either as natural brown, unbleached, heavy duty, or bleached white. The natural kraft is the strongest of all paper and is commonly used for bags and wrapping.

It is also used to .