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Handbook of Paper and Board

Herbert Holik (Editor)
ISBN: 978-3-527-60833-1
528 pages
August 2006
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Description

This first comprehensive handbook on the subject describes the manufacturing processes of various types of papers, recovered paper treatment, as well as the quality and economical aspects. More than 20 authors contribute a variety of viewpoints, one of the many features of this book. They give a concise description of the fascinating art and technology of papermaking, providing lay readers, students, politicians and others with the latest information on current technologies.
From the contents:
* Introduction
* Raw materials
* Stock preparation
* Water and reject handling
* Paper and board manufacturing
* Coating
* Paper dyeing
* Paper and board grades and their properties
* Testing of paper and board
* Paper and book preservation.
Of great interest to all engineers and chemists in the paper industry and related areas.
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Table of Contents

INTRODUCTION
RAW MATERIALS FOR PAPER AND BOARD MANUFACTURING
Fibrous Raw Materials
Paper Additives
Processing Aids
STOCK PREPARATION
Introduction
Major Process Steps and Equipment
Systems for Fiber Preparation
WATER AND REJECT HANDLING
Introduction
The Approach Flow Systems
Water Management
Rejects Treatment
Effluents Treatment
PAPER AND BOARD MANUFACTURING
Introduction
Headbox
Wire Section
Size Press
Coating In-line
Calendering
Supercalendering
Reel Slitting
Roll Handling
Paper and Board Machines
Control Systems
COATING OF PAPER AND BOARD
Overview
Requirements of Coated Papers
Properties and Components of Coating Colors
PAPER DYEING
Dyeing Processes
Fastness, Dyes, Pigments
PAPER AND BOARD GRADES AND THEIR PROPERTIES
Production Figures, Producers, Economic Aspects
Graphic Papers
Packaging Paper and Board Grades
Hygienic Paper Grades
Specialty Paper Grades
TESTING OF PAPER AND BOARD
Preliminary Measures
Basic Properties
Composition and Chemical Paper Testing
Strength Properties
Load-Deformation Properties
Surface Properties
Optical Properties
Printing Properties
Behavior towards Liquids
Exclusion of Gases and Vapors
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Author Information

Herbert Holik gained his degree in mechanical engineering from the Technical University of Stuttgart, Germany, and spent three years working in the research and development of cryogenics. He has worked for a total of 35 years in the paper-related supplier industry, 30 of which holding responsible positions in R&D and commissioning. He has taught as a lecturer at the University of Applied Sciences in Munich and the University of Cooperative Education in Ravensburg, Germany, as well as at the Technical Universities of Helsinki and Lapeenranta in Finland. Herbert Holik also holds in-company workshops for training methodical and social competences. He is the co-author of several books and encyclopedias related to paper science, as well as having over 140 technical and scientific papers and more than 70 patents covering most areas of paper making to his name. He is an active member of national and international working groups on paper technology, machinery safety, testing standardization and education.
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Reviews


"...ein Handbuch, das praxisnah über alle Aspekte der Papierherstellung informiert. Berücksichtigt werden spezielle technologische Ansätze für verschiedenste Papierarten, Qualitätskriterien, die Aufarbeitung von Altpapier und verschiedene ökonomische Gesichtspunkte."
EUWID - Europäischer Wirtschaftsdienst - Papier und Zellstoff
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