Pulp, Paper And Board by I. F. HendryPulp, Paper And Board by I. F. Hendry

Pulp, Paper And Board

EditorI. F. Hendry

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Ph. BOURDEAU, Director, Commission of the European Communities, Directorate-General for Science, Research and Development Opening address K. -H. NARJES, Vice-President of the Commission of the European Communities 3 INTRODUCTION Ph. Bourdeau Director Directorate-General for Science, Research and Development This seminar is in many ways similar to the one which we organized here in Brussels in February 1982 to present to European industry the results of the first EC R&D programme on the Recycling of Paper and Board. That seminar was in fact something of an experiment, being the first one of its kind that we had organized. At the time it was favourably received and we have since had ample proof of its success from the number of practical applications of the techniques developed during the first programme and which were presented at the seminar. The first programme on the Recycling of Paper and Board, which ran from 1978 to 1981, aroused considerable interest. It was consequently followed by a more ambitious programme launched in 1982 and which terminated officially in 1985 - although some of the contracts in fact ran until 1986. This second programme covered the complete wood chain with research carried out on wood production; wood harvest, storage and transport; wood, as a material; wood processing without modification of its basic structure; processing of wood and related organic materials into fibre products; wood as a source of chemicals.
Title:Pulp, Paper And BoardFormat:PaperbackDimensions:9.61 × 6.69 × 0.07 inPublished:October 9, 2011Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:9401070989

ISBN - 13:9789401070980


Table of Contents

Opening Session.- Opening address.- Wood Defibring Processes.- BOS-038-F The wood behaviour during mechanical defibring.- BOS-137-S Chip refining : Influence of mechanical and chemical treatments on the energy consumption during fatigue of wood.- High Yield Pulping.- BOS-039-F Search for new fibrous composition in order to upgrade low value forest products.- BOS-040-F Pulp delignification and bleaching with hydrogen peroxide.- BOS-043-F New technology for bleached high yield pulp process.- BOS-057-I CTMP from hardwoods and their possible use in some paper grades.- BOS-085-UK Use of anthraquinone as a pulping aid in the NSSC pulping of European hardwoods.- The Problem of Stickies in the Reuse of Waste Paper.- BOS-013-D Formation mechanisms of stickies in waste paper pulp used in papermaking.- BOS-065-NL The influence of zeta-potential on the agglomeration of stickies on a tissue machine using waste.- BOS-122-I Easily removable hot-melt adhesives for use in repulpable paper products and related process.- BOS-006-D Optimization of bleaching and deinking of waste paper for strength and brightness improvement.- BOS-090-UK The chemical treatment of fractionated stock from "freely available" grades of waste paper.- BOS-104-DK Production scale trials with fractionation of recycled fibres.- BOS-131-D Optimization of waste paper fractionation to improve secondary fiber quality for packaging papers.- BOS-005-D Improvement of the efficiency of rosin size in the neutral pH-range.- BOS-010-D More filler in printing papers by optimizing forms and distribution curve of filler particles.- BOS-088-UK The development of processes to increase the filler content of woodfree papers to 40%.- BOS-042-F Study of the properties, applications and widening uses of corrugated board impregnated by total dipping in a solution of resin by a new process.- Paper Manufacturing.- BOS-055-I Paper drying under Z-direction restraint to improve the strength properties of short-fiber high-yield pulps.- BOS-135(I)-S Effects of improved control of the cross profile of the paper web.- BOS-135(II)-S Improved papermaking with emphasis on energy savings and high consistency technology.- Overview and Conclusions.- The future of the European paper industry as seen by CEPAC.- Wood as renewable raw material - Review and analysis of the results.- Plans for the future.- List of Participants.- Index of Authors.