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The Practical Identification of Wood Pulp Fibers

Russell A. Parham

The Practical Identification of Wood Pulp Fibers

by Russell A. Parham

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Published by Tappi .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pulp & paper technology,
  • Technical & Manufacturing Trades,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Career/Job

  • The Physical Object
    FormatSpiral-bound
    Number of Pages212
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8270089M
    ISBN 100898524008
    ISBN 109780898524000

    In general, there are two main methods of separating fibers from wood to produce pulp; one using chemicals and one using mechanical grinding. Chemical Pulp:Pulp obtained by digestion or cooking of wood with solutions of various chemicals. The paper produced from this pulp results in strong products that are unlikely to discolor. Wood with basic density beyond these limits can be converted into pulp, but this will not be standard pulp and require many processes. The density of wood is 60% a genetic character. Up to 40%, we can alter the density of a species with Silviculture practices such as increasing rotation age, best management, spacing, fertilization, etc.

    Wood fibres (also spelled wood fibers, see spelling differences) are usually cellulosic elements that are extracted from trees and used to make materials including paper.. The end paper product (paper, paperboard, tissue, cardboard, etc.) dictates the species, or species blend, that is best suited to provide the desirable sheet characteristics, and also dictates the required fibre processing. Books; Journals; Additional Products; Titles No Longer Published by Brill; Librarians. Some Pitfalls in Wood Identification, With Reference to Nothofagus The practical identification of wood pulp fibers. Russell A. Par harn and Richard L. Gray, vii + pp., many illus. TAPPI Press, Atlanta, GA, U.S.A. Price: US$ (paper,

    Production of nanocomposites from macro-scale materials in situ in a melting compounder is highly desirable yet challenging. In this study, we develop a highly efficient approach for the preparation of cellulose nanofiber (CNF)-reinforced high-density polyethylene (HDPE) composite materials from as-received wood pulp fibers, in which nanofibrillation-assisting plasticizers (urea and urea Cited by: 1. H.L. Hintz, in Encyclopedia of Materials: Science and Technology, 4 Process Effects on Pulp Properties. The physical properties of chemical pulps depend markedly on the pulping yield. The strength of wood pulp fibers is primarily caused by the high-molecular weight, highly oriented cellulose polymer in the fiber. Since the cellulose component is less affected by the pulping processes.


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The Practical Identification of Wood Pulp Fibers Edited by Russell A. Parham and Richard L. Gray pp., 9" x 11" spiral bound Item Number: R Shipping Weight: 2 pounds ISBN: This reference source is designed to help fiber analysis identify wood fibers in pulp and paper products.

Adjacent pages describe 33 softwood and 43 hardwood species. The Practical Identification of Wood Pulp Fibers [Parham, Russell A., Gray, Richard L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Practical Identification of Wood Pulp Fibers.

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[Russell A Parham; Richard L Gray]. "The practical identification of wood pulp fibers. Russell A. Par harn and Richard L. Gray, vii + pp., many illus. TAPPI Press, Atlanta, GA, U.S.A.

Price: US$ (paper, 33% discount to TAPPI members)." published on 01 Jan by Brill. Identification of North American Commercial Pulpwoods and Pulp Fibres Book Description: This publication is for those who are concerned with the identification of wood samples and the fibre constituents of paper and paper products, an ability essential for anyone in the pulp industry.

Parham, R.A. and R.L. Gray, The Practical Identification of Wood Pulp Fibers, TAPPI Press, p. This comb-bound book has very high quality paper that helps reproduce the photographs. This work is very useful for wood fiber identification. Optical microscopy and SEM photos are included with each species.

Although cotton paper is in many ways superior, the historical and practical significance of wood pulp paper is extremely important as well, and both require a basic familiarity on the collector’s part in order to understand the nature and care of any book or document from the last (and in some cases more) years.

chemical pulp produced in the United States. The choice of pulping process is determined by the desired product, by the wood species available, and by economic considerations. Kraft Pulping Process Description1-The kraft pulping process (see Figure ) involves the digesting of wood File Size: KB.

The practical identification of wood pulp fibers. In conciusion, this book can be recommended Russell A. Par harn and Richard L. Gray, vii + as a useful complement to. Pak. Bot., 43(4):IDENTIFICATION OF FIBERS OF WOODY AND NON-WOODY PLANT SPECIES IN PULP AND PAPERS VAHIDREZA SAFDARI1*,MOHAMMAD REZA NIKSERESHT SIGARODY 1 AND MOINUDDIN AHMED2 1Agriculture and Natural Resources Faculty, Department of Wood and Paper Science, Islamic Azad University, Karaj Branch, IranFile Size: KB.

Find The Practical Identification of Wood Pulp Fibers by Parham et al at over 30 bookstores. Buy, rent or sell. Fiber identification generally involves taking samples from the artifact and viewing them at times or greater magnification to study the fiber morphology.

Stains are often employed to accentuate features and to determine pulping processes. Fiber identification, especially in the case of samples from paper, is not necessarily straightforward. Consultation and study using reference material and known fiber samples.

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. The tree species are from all five continents, 29 species from Eurasia, 38 from North America, and 16 from the.

Rag versus wood the early history paper was made from rags. Starting about the mid s, rag pulp began to be replaced by wood pulp. Wood became a popular choice due to the scarcity of rags and because wood pulp paper was cheaper to first successfully made American wood pulp paper was manufactured in Buffalo, New York, in An experimental study has been made of the effect of drying tension on the tensile strength of single fibers from several wood species pulped in various ways.

Some pulps are strengthened by drying stress, whereas others show no by: Part of the Springer Series in Wood Science book series (SSWOO) Abstract The identification of wood species in pulp is based on the structural features of individual cells, in softwoods mostly on the cross-field pitting of the tracheids, and in hardwoods mostly on the pitting and other features of Author: Marja-Sisko Ilvessalo-Pfäffli.

Alongside the traditional aspects of pulping processes, pulp used in industry and paper pulps, this book describes all pulping processes used for paper and board manufacturing as well as waste liquor treatment, pulp bleaching and environmental aspects, while also covering pulp.

The morphological properties of wood pulp fibers, particularly their transverse dimensions, influence how fibers respond to processing and strongly affect the properties of the end product. ELEMENTS OF WOOD FIBER STRUCTURE AND FIBER BONDING. by. F. A. SIMMONDS, Chemist and.

G. H. CHIDESTER, Chief Wood Fiber Products Research. ForestProducts Laboratory, 1 ForestService ment of Agriculture.

INTRODUCTION. Wood fibers are highly complex in chemica1composition, distribution of chemical components, and phy­ sical File Size: KB.Fiber length of pulp by classification 1. Scope This method is designed to measure the weighted average fiber length of a pulp. If a fiber is 1 mm in length and weighs w mg, then for a given pulp, the weighted average length (L) is (wl)/ w, or the sum of the products.Porosity of wood pulp fibers in the wet and highly open dry state Article in Microporous and Mesoporous Materials July with Reads How we measure 'reads'.