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Characterization of Paper HeterogeneityAuthor(s): John M. Considine
Source: Considine, John M. "Characterization of Paper Heterogeneity." Order No. 3593370 The University of Wisconsin - Madison, 2013. Ann Arbor: ProQuest. Web. 11 Aug. 2014; 143 p.
Publication Series: Dissertations
Station: Forest Products Laboratory
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DescriptionPaper and paperboard are the most widely-used green materials in the world because they are renewable, recyclable, reusable, and compostable. Continued and expanded use of these materials and their potential use in new products requires a comprehensive understanding of the variability of their mechanical properties.
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CitationConsidine, John M. 2014. Characterization of Paper Heterogeneity. Considine, John M. "Characterization of Paper Heterogeneity." Order No. 3593370 The University of Wisconsin - Madison, 2013. Ann Arbor: ProQuest. Web. 11 Aug. 2014; 143 p.
Keywordspaper, paperboard, virtual fields method, defect, stiffness, anisotropy, heterogeneity, strength, digital image correlation
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