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The effects of pulp type on the mechanical properties of paper

Shahjahan M. Kazi

The effects of pulp type on the mechanical properties of paper

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Published by National Library of Canada in Ottawa .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Thesis (M.A.Sc.)--University of Toronto, 1992.

SeriesCanadian theses = Thèses canadiennes
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2 microfiches : negative.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19635703M
ISBN 100315872276
OCLC/WorldCa46536601

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The effects of pulp type on the mechanical properties of paper by Shahjahan M. Kazi Download PDF EPUB FB2

Almost all grade of paper has some percentage of moisture. Moisture in paper varies from 2 - 12% depending on relative humidity, type of pulp used, degree of refining and chemical used.

Most physical properties of paper undergo change as a result of variations in moisture content. 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. Paper is a thin sheet material produced by mechanically and/or chemically processing cellulose fibres derived from wood, rags, grasses or other vegetable sources in water, draining the water through fine mesh leaving the fibre evenly distributed on the surface, followed by pressing and drying.

Although paper was originally made in single sheets by hand, almost all is now made on large machines Density (ρ): From 10 gsm to gsm.

Mechanical pulping is the original form of pulping. It has been largely replaced by chemical pulping, is still used for lower grade papers such as newsprint, and is the only process used for recycled paper (Casey, a).Mechanical pulping relies more so on mechanical actions to separate and develop wood fibers, rather than using chemical means.

6 | Fisher® Pulp and Paper Solutions Control Valve Selection and Design Selecting a control valve is more of an art than a science. Clearly, a single product design is not sufficient for the wide variation of applications across the entire pulp and paper process.

Emerson uses multiple approaches to address application-specific Size: 2MB. Pulp is a lignocellulosic fibrous material prepared by chemically or mechanically separating cellulose fibers from wood, fiber crops, waste paper, or with water and other chemical or plant-based additives, pulp is the major raw material used in papermaking and Pulp category: Production [M ton].

Refining (i.e., mechanical beating of pulp) is a common procedure that is used in paper-making to improve the mechanical properties of the final product. The improvements caused by refining are mainly attributed to increased density and to a better bonding between fibers.

In this work, we study how various mechanisms that can be triggered by refining affect the tensile behavior of the by: 2. However, paper fashioned using chemical pulping exhibits higher mechanical paper properties [27]. Mechanical pulping is mostly used due to its lower cost and higher pulp yield factors [9, 27].Author: Pratima Bajpai.

In this review, characteristics of mechanical pulp fines, their generation, research methods and effects on paper properties are reviewed. A characterization strategy for fines is proposed. View. Chemical pulp fines are an important component in papermaking furnish. They can significantly affect the mechanical and optical properties of paper and the drainage properties of pulp (Retulainen et al.

Characterizing the fines will therefore allow a better understanding of the role of fines and better control the papermaking process and Cited by: Mechanical pulps were prepared from spruce wood chips treated with C.

subvermispora CZ-3 for 14 days. For preparation of pulp, a wing defibrator was used in batchwise operation with g dry chips. The refiner is a low intensity type, allowing high repeatability at constant refining consistency, adjustable temperature, pressure and refiner speed.

relative cost of the bleaching chemicals, type and condition of the pulp, desired brightness of the paper to be produced, and sometimes in response to environmental guidelines and regulations.

Bleaching of mechanical pulp is much different than that for chemical pulp. Mechanical pulping leaves the lignin and the cellulose intact, whereas the. Pele Oy Fiber type and wet end runnability Printing papers with mechanical pulp have better runnability on paper machine than woodfree grades.

The main reason is that mechanical pulp fibers are stiffer in wet condition. The good tensile stiffness of the wet fiber network is mainly due to elastic pressure and friction forces between fibers.

The use of duplex stainless steels has grown rapidly in the last 10 years, particularly in the oil and gas industry, chemical tankers, pulp and paper as well as the chemical industry. In all these examples, topics like welding, corrosion resistance and mechanical strength.

ior of paper (chemical and mechanical properties, stability, degradation, etc.) is strongly dependent upon the nature, origin, and characteristics of components as well as upon their interactions. Paper structure and its properties will also be dependent upon manufac-turing processes.

Full Article. REVIEW: EFFECTS OF WOOD QUALITY AND REFINING PROCESS ON TMP PULP AND PAPER QUALITY. Bin Li, a, * Haiming Li, a,b Quanqing Zha, a Rohan Bandekar, a Ahmed Alsaggaf, a and Yonghao Ni a For the thermomechanical pulping (TMP) process both wood chip quality and the refining process have important effects on the resulting pulp and paper quality.

Abstract The article contains sections titled: 1. Pulp Raw Materials for Pulp Processing of Raw Materials Processing of Wood Processing of Annual Plants Pulping Process Cited by: Due to its physical properties and its ease of manufacture, paper is widely used in various engineering applications such as electrical insulation materials for components in high voltage technology.

In this study, paper loaded with ferroelectric nanoparticles (BaTiO 3 and SrTiO 3) was made with fibers obtained from plants growing on the Moroccan soil [Halfa (Stipa tenacissima), Agave Cited by: 1.

The environmental impact of paper production is important to note since it has many negative effects. Here are some of them: 40% of the world’s commercially cut timber is used for the production of paper. Pulpwood plantations and mills endanger natural habitats. Mechanical pulp In the case of mechanical pulp, the wood is processed into fibre form by grinding it against a quickly rotating stone under addition of water.

The yield* of this pulp amounts to approx. 95%. The result is called wood pulp or MP – mechanical pulp. The disadvantage of this type. In general, the main raw materials of pulp and papermaking industry can be classified into three categories: wood, non-wood, and non-plant (mainly wastepaper), of which non-wood fiber material is an important fiber source in the areas where forest resources are scarce.

Nowadays, in the total pulp consumption of the world, the proportions of wood pulp, wastepaper pulp, and non-wood pulp are 63 Cited by: 2. Refiner pulp and thermo-mechanical pulp are produced by chips. These chips are ground by passing them through rapidly rotating in both processes.

In the second stage after refining, the pulp is screened, cleaned, and most of the process water is removed in preparation for paper making. The effects of salt concentration, pH, fixative type, dosage and type of fibrillar material on drainage were examined.

All the MFC and fines samples produced had clearly different properties due to their dissimilar production methods, and they also introduced specific responses on the measured drainage and paper by: In van der Reyden, et al., reported the results of an investigation of the effects of aqueous light bleaching on some properties of a naturally aged, alum rosin sized, mixed pulp paper and two different unsized papers 1.

Several properties of the aqueously light bleached samples were compared to those of identical paper samples which were Cited by: 1. Although cotton paper is in many ways superior, the historical and practical significance of wood pulp paper is extremely important as well, and both require a basic familiarity on the collector’s part in order to understand the nature and care of any book or document from the last (and in some cases more) years.

Choosing from the various types of paper available on the market is a key factor in achieving top quality digital printing. You need to choose the paper type that is best suited to bringing out the visual and textual contents of your publishing or graphic design project, a choice that should be made carefully and that will vary depending on the type of product you wish to print.

A. Discuss what other uses are made of the trees and of the forestland owned by the pulp and paper industry. Describe two ways of getting fibers from wood, and explain the major differences between them.

Tell why some pulps are bleached, and describe the process. The pulp and paper making industry uses both “hard” and “soft” wood. Pulp and Paper Industry: Nanotechnology in Forest Industry covers the latest scientific and technical advances in the area of nanotechnology in forest sector providing information on recent developments, structure and properties, raw materials and methods for the production of nanocellulose along with their characterization and application in various industries with an analysis of both.

D Test Method for Determination of Effect of Moist Heat (50 % Relative Humidity and 90°C) on Properties of Paper and Board3 E Test Method for Gravity–Convection and Forced-Ventilation Ovens4 TAPPI Methods:5,6 T One Percent Sodium Hydroxide Solubility of Wood and Pulp T Folding Endurance of Paper (Schopper Type Tester).

The application of pulp fiber in cement paste has been under consideration to improve the bearing capacities of the cement composites. Cement composites made by various types of fibers have distinct properties regarding the stability and resistance in dissimilar environmental conditions and applied loads.

mechanical properties upon aging did not appear to be influenced specifically by the aqueous light The Book and Paper Group Annual of time (2), or by artificially aging the samples following had been retained, so a limited study of the effects of both of these aging processes on the mixed pulp paper samples could be.

Effect of Compatibilizer on Mechanical, Morphological, and Thermal Properties of Chemimechanical Pulp-reinforced PP Composites S. Zabihzadeh, G. Ebrahimi, and A. Enayati Journal of Thermoplastic Composite Materials 2, Cited by: The kraft process, which uses sodium hydroxide (NaOH) and sodium sulphide (Na2S) to pulp wood, is the dominant pulping process in the pulp and paper industry.

About million tons/year of kraft pulp are produced globally, accounting for two-thirds of the world’s virgin pulp production and for over 90% of chemical pulp. The high. comparison of fines’ effects on fiber length and coarseness values. Fines affect the length weighted length and coarseness values for different grades of pulps.

INTRODUCTION Recently, WOMP LLC has published a database book entitled “The World of Market Pulp” [1] which covers 60 of the most representative market pulps from all over the world. Increased paper elongation caused by HC refining is not due to improved fibre elongation but due to reduced axial stiffness of the wet fibres that results in increased drying shrinkage of the paper.

AB - Fibre properties have a central role in the mechanical properties of paper. Fibre strength determines the strength potential of : Jarmo Kouko, Marina Jajcinovic, Wolfgang Fischer, Annika Ketola, Ulrich Hirn, Elias Retulainen.

Wood has long been used as construction material and for pulp and paper production. Such uses are in considerable part determined by the properties of lignin in by: Tared filter paper. Weighing bottle, preferably a shallow type, to accommodate a folded pad of pulp from the Büchner funnel.

ASTM Type II water is preferred to run freeness tests; however, water quality of a conductance of less than 4 µs/cm has been found acceptable. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 24 cm.

Contents: 1: Pulp and paper science --The bonding of matter --Some properties of fluids --Some effects of forces --Surface phenomena --Carbohydrates, cellulose, and lignin --Structure of wood and other fibers --Bonding of cellulose surfaces --Fibrillation and fiber bonding --Properties of.

HYP fibers were supplied by Tembec (Montreal, QC). The HYP is the type used in wood-free printing and in writing-paper grades and multiple-coated foldingboard grades; fibre length is to 85 mm.

Finally, the pulp-fibre length was reduced by using a mechanical crib in order to investigate the aspect ratio effect on theFile Size: 3MB.

Pulp & Paper Reference Book. Paper Manufacturing List of Chemicals Used in Pulp and Paper Making. Pulp Properties. Proses Pembuatan Kertas. TIP (Paper Machine Dry Rate) Stock preparation is the interface between the pulp mill/warehouse and the paper machine.

Pulp Mill.5/5(3). The tensile strength is the maximum stress to break a strip of paper sheet. It is one of the most important basic physical properties of paper and paperboard. The tensile strength is different basis on fiber direction.

Since the fiber orientation is dissimilar between machine direction (MD) and cross direction CD), hence the tensile strength is.Mechanical Pulping Papermaking Science and Technology a book series covering the latest technology and future trends Book 5 Second Edition Totally updated version Book editor Bruno Lönnberg, (Tech.), Professor (emeritus), Åbo Akademi University Publisher Paper Engineers’ Association/Paperi ja Puu Oy Paperi ja Puu Oy.Supply Chain Management in the Pulp and Paper Industry DTAM-3 4 There is a vast literature on SCM in general.

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