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Pulp and Paper Manufacture: Papermaking and paperboard making

Pulp and Paper Manufacture: Papermaking and paperboard making

  • Author: Joint Textbook Committee of the Paper Industry
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Paper industry
  • Page: N.A
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Papermaking

Papermaking

The History and Technique of an Ancient Craft

  • Author: Dard Hunter
  • Publisher: Courier Corporation
  • ISBN: 0486236196
  • Category: Crafts & Hobbies
  • Page: 611
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The classic work on papermaking, this book traces the craft's history from its invention in China to its introductions in Europe and America. The foremost authority on the subject covers tools and materials; hand moulds; pressing, drying, and sizing; hand- and machine-made paper; watermarking; and more. Over 320 illustrations.Reprint of the second, revised, and enlarged 1947 edition.

Papermaking

Papermaking

the art and craft of handmade paper

  • Author: Ralf Weidenmüller
  • Publisher: Backbeat Books
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Technology & Engineering
  • Page: 62
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Traces the history of paper and writing, shows modern paper production methods, and shows how to make one's own paper making equipment

Papermaking Raw Materials

Papermaking Raw Materials

Their Interaction with the Production Process and Their Effect on Paper Properties : Transactions of the Eighth Fundamental Research Symposium Held at Oxford, September 1985

  • Author: Vaughan Punton
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Paper chemicals
  • Page: 1199
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Glossary of papermaking terms

Glossary of papermaking terms

  • Author: Trisha Garlock
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Technology & Engineering
  • Page: 30
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1690-1940

1690-1940

250 years of papermaking in America

  • Author: Lockwood Trade Journal Co. (New York)
  • Publisher: N.A
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Technology & Engineering
  • Page: 180
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The Complete Book of Papermaking

The Complete Book of Papermaking

  • Author: Josep Asunción
  • Publisher: Lark Books
  • ISBN: 9781579904562
  • Category: Crafts & Hobbies
  • Page: 160
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An introduction to papermaking that describes the many techniques used today, how paper was invented, how it has evolved throughout history, and how people can make their own paper.

Analytical Methods in Wood Chemistry, Pulping, and Papermaking

Analytical Methods in Wood Chemistry, Pulping, and Papermaking

  • Author: Eero Sjöström,Raimo Alen
  • Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
  • ISBN: 3662038986
  • Category: Science
  • Page: 318
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In its broadest sense, and according to the traditional conception, wood chemistry is a comprehensive discipline, ranging from fundamental studies to practical applications. The manifold constituents, located in different morphological regions in the wood, results in an extreme complexity of wood chemistry. Ever more sophisticated endeavors needing fundamental studies and advanced analytical methods are necessary in order to delve deeper into various problems in pulping and papermaking. Gradually, new, improved ana lytical methods, originally developed for research purposes, are currently replacing many of the old "routine" methods in practical applications. Because of the expanse of the subject, an attempt to write a book of this size about analytical methods seems, perhaps, too ambitious. Of course, a whole book series of several volumes would be necessary to cover this topic completely. However, there is undoubtedly a need for a more condensed presentation which does not go into experimental details, but is limited to the basic principles of the analytical methods and illustrates their applica tions. The emphasis is on more advanced and potential methods, and partic ularly on those based on different types of spectroscopy and chromatography.

Papermaking in Eighteenth-Century France

Papermaking in Eighteenth-Century France

Management, Labor, and Revolution at the Montgolfier Mill, 1761-1805

  • Author: Leonard N. Rosenband,Professor Leonard N Rosenband
  • Publisher: JHU Press
  • ISBN: 9780801863929
  • Category: Business & Economics
  • Page: 210
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Eight years before the French Revolution, the paper mill at Vidalon-le-Haut was the setting for a bitter strike and successful lockout. This labor dispute, resulting from conflicts between master papermakers and skilled journeymen, ultimately benefitted the mill's owners and administrators—the Montgolfier family. They converted the 1781 lockout into an opportunity to train a new kind of worker, a malleable employee, and to fashion a new sort of workplace, a theater of technological experiment. Papermaking in Eighteenth-Century France: Management, Labor, and Revolution at the Montgolfier Mill, 1761-1805, gives us history from the workshop up, offering the most comprehensive exploration available of the historical experience of papermaking. Leonard N. Rosenband explains how paper was made, depicting the tools, techniques, raw materials, and seasonable flows of the craft, and explores the many conflicts and compromises between masters and men. Rosenband provides a compelling account of how technological change affected the papermaking industry, transforming an elaborate, established system of production. The Montgolfier archives are a rich source of information, providing records of daily output and procedures, including complex rules ranging from the precise hours of meals and prayer to matters of propriety and personal sanitation. They also provide insight into the attitudes of the Montgolfier family and their workers—what they made of their trade, their labor, and one another. This case study of the Montgolfier mill, adding details about technological innovation and shopfloor relations during a time of social unrest, enriches the current debate about the nature and impact of capitalism in France during the years leading up to the French Revolution.

Wood Fibres for Papermaking

Wood Fibres for Papermaking

  • Author: Maria Cristina Area
  • Publisher: Smithers Pira
  • ISBN: 1909030872
  • Category: Science
  • Page: 106
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Firs and pines dominated the global picture of the raw materials for paper industry until the 1950s. At that time, the interest in introducing new species, mostly hardwoods, led the researchers intensify efforts to look for the fibrous characteristics and their combinations that could represent the relationship between fibres, pulp and paper.The pulp and paper industry has shown, mainly in the last two decades, a strong North-South displacement. This is to a large extent due to the favourable climate, which promote the development of the trees. Similarly, the paper fibres have gone from being almost exclusively softwoods from natural forests of the Northern-Hemisphere cold regions, such as spruce and fir, to fast growing species of short fibres, such as eucalyptus, and willow and poplar hybrids from plantations.These new species, that begin to dominate the paper panorama, not only differ from classic ones in fibre length, but they present particular characteristics, like large amounts of juvenile wood, different fibrillar angle and so on, because trees are used increasingly at younger age.This leads us to question whether the old paradigms concerning the relationships between fibres characteristics and pulp properties are still valid or should be reviewed and updated, in which case, the basic fibre parameters, their influence in pulping and refining, and their impact on paper quality should be redefined.To establish the state-of-the-art on the topic, this book analyses the publications of the last decade to verify the morphological characteristics of the fibres which are nowadays considered relevant. Relatively recent data were surveyed because of the continuous changes that occur in the species by genetic improvement.