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atlas of papermaking fibres.

F. D. Armitage

atlas of papermaking fibres.

by F. D. Armitage

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Published in London .
Written in English


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Papermaking is the manufacture of paper and cardboard, which are used widely for printing, writing, and packaging, among many other almost all paper is made using industrial machinery, while handmade paper survives as a specialized craft and a medium for artistic expression.. In papermaking, a dilute suspension consisting mostly of separate cellulose fibres in water is drained. This richly-illustrated book presents the information necessary for fiber analysis in the field of pulp and paper. A discussion of raw-material structure and the features used for species identification in pulp is followed up by the description of fiber species. Of these, 83 are wood fibers and 34 are of nonwood origin. The tree species range across all five continents, 29 from Eurasia,

Papermaking - Papermaking - Natural fibres other than wood: Since cellulose fibre is a major constituent of the stems of plants, a vast number of plants represent potential sources of paper; many of these have been pulped experimentally. A rather substantial number of plant sources have been used commercially, at least on a small scale and at various times and places. Paper is a thin nonwoven material traditionally made from a combination of milled plant and textile fibres. It is primarily used for writing, artwork, and packaging; it is commonly white. The first papermaking process was documented in China during the Eastern Han period (25– AD) traditionally attributed to the court official Cai the 8th century, Chinese papermaking spread to.

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Of these, 83 are wood fibers and 34 are of nonwood origin. The tree species range across all five continents, 29 from Eurasia, 38 5/5(1). Fiber Atlas: Atlas of papermaking fibres.

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An Atlas of Paper-Making Fibres. Technical Publication No. Paperback – January 1, by Carpenter, Charles H., (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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This atlas presents the information on fiber identification necessary for a fiber analyst in the field of pulp and paper. The book discusses the structure of the raw materials and the features used for the species identification in pulp. It describes the identification of fiber species.

Of these, 83 are wood fibers and 34 are of nonwood origin. Book: Fiber atlas: identification of papermaking fibers. + pp. refs. Abstract: The first part of the book - Wood fibers - includes the following chapters: Geographic distribution of tree species [distribution maps are shown in an appendix], Structure of wood, Identification of wood species in pulp, Descriptions of.

Papermaking Fibers: A Photomicrographic Atlas Wilfred A. Côté Renewable Materials Institute of the State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry: Syracuse University Press, - Technology & Engineering - 79 pages.

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Fiber Atlas: Identification of Papermaking Fibers (Springer Series in Wood Science)2/5(1). Papermaking - Papermaking - Fibre sources: The cell walls of all plants contain fibres of cellulose, an organic material known to chemists as a linear polysaccharide.

It constitutes about one-third of the structural material of annual plants and about one-half that of perennial plants. Cellulose fibres have high strength and durability. They are readily wetted by water, exhibiting considerable. Buy Fiber Atlas: Identification of Papermaking Fibers (Springer Series in Wood Science) by Ilvessalo-Pfäffli, Marja-Sisko (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. 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 In this book about 20 different modes of fibre failure are examined. Case studies have been selected both from the traditional uses of textiles in clothing and in household products, such as sheets, towels and carpets and also from the study of failure in textile structures used in industry and engineering, for example seat belts and ropes.

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Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Book: All Authors / Contributors: Marjo-Sisko Ilvessalo-Pfäffli. Find more information. Papermaking Science and Technology Book Series TAPPI currently partners with the Forest Products Engineers based in Finland.

As part of our partnership, we offer the Papermaking Science and Technology book series featuring 20 volumes that cover the entire paper manufacturing process from wood raw material to end product.

Fiber Atlas - Identification of Papermaking -Sisko Ilvessalo-Pfäffli, xi + pp., illus., Springer Series in Wood Science (Editor T.E. Timell. Description of the book "Fiber Atlas: Identification of Papermaking Fibers": This richly-illustrated book presents the information necessary for fiber analysis in the field of pulp and paper.

A discussion of raw-material structure and the features used for species identification in pulp is followed up by the description of fiber species. The most well-known is the wood fibre. In the beginning of papermaking mostly fibres from cotton and silk were used. A notorious fibre that at one time was used for producing a specific papergrade was asbestos.

Until the late sixties of the 20th century this cancer causing fibre was used to produce asbestos paper. Get this from a library!

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