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Title: Processing of fibre suspensions at ultra-high consistencies

Author: Caulfield, Daniel F.; Jacobson, Rodney E.;

Date: 2004

Source: Proceedings : The 2004 Progress in Paper Physics Seminar, June 21-24, 2004, NTNU and PFI, Trondheim, Norway. [S.l.] : Paper and Fibre Research Institute, 2004: Page 104

Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication

Description: Typically the paper physicist considers pulp suspensions greater than 0.5% consistency as high consistency. In our research on cellulose fibre- reinforced engineering plastics we have had to develop a two-step method for the processing of fibers suspensions at ultrahigh consistencies (consistencies greater than 30%).

Keywords: Fiber suspensions, suspensions, ultra-high consistency

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Caulfield, Daniel F.; Jacobson, Rodney E. 2004. Processing of fibre suspensions at ultra-high consistencies. Proceedings : The 2004 Progress in Paper Physics Seminar, June 21-24, 2004, NTNU and PFI, Trondheim, Norway. [S.l.] : Paper and Fibre Research Institute, 2004: Page 104

 


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