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Gross wood characteristics affecting properties of handsheets made from loblolly pine refiner groundwoodAuthor(s): Charles W. McMillin
Source: Tappi, Vol. 51(1): 51-56
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionSpecific refining energy and gross wood properties accounted for as much as 90% of the total variation in strength of handsheets made from 96 pulps disk-refined from chips of varying characteristics. Burst, tear, and breaking length were increased by applying high specific refining energy and using fast-grown wood of high latewood content but of relatively low density. To maximize sheet density, only high refining energy and high proportion of latewood were required.
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CitationMcMillin, Charles W. 1968. Gross wood characteristics affecting properties of handsheets made from loblolly pine refiner groundwood. Tappi, Vol. 51(1): 51-56
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