2 edition of 1994 International Pulp Bleaching Conference found in the catalog.
1994 International Pulp Bleaching Conference
International Pulp Bleaching Conference (1994 Vancouver, British Columbia)
|Contributions||Canadian Pulp and Paper Association. Technical Section.|
|LC Classifications||TS1176.6.B6 I58 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||333 p. :|
|Number of Pages||333|
Thomas Joseph McDonough's research works with citations and 4, reads, including: Effects of loblolly pine tree age and wood properties on linerboard-grade pulp yield and sheet. High Yield Bleaching Upgrade at Boise Cascade, Steilacoom, Pulping Conference Proceedings David Munroe, Om Bhatia, Jan Westling, Mark McCrary, Anthony Casassa, Steve Masse As part of a Total Quality Process at Boise Cascade, a Brightness Improvement Task Force was assembled to identify and implement improvements in the bleaching system at.
Volume 6 Chemical Pulping Part 2, Recovery of Chemicals and Energy. Book editor: Panu Tikka, Professor, SciTech Service Oy Ltd, Espoo, Finland. The book covers kraft pulp mill technology from fibre line spent liquor — black liquor — to the recovered active cooking chemical — white liquor — and energy in the form of steam and electricity. AbstractKraft pulps from acacia hybrid, Acacia mangium of 8 years old and Acacia auriculiformis of 6, 8 and 10 years old were pre-treated with oxygen, peroxyformic acid and acid treatment prior to bleaching. The kappa number reduction was 52–63 % by oxygen delignification, 31–35 % by peroxyformic acid (PFA) pre-treatment and 11–13 % by acid pre-treatment.
Abstract. The reactions between chlorine dioxide and the residual lignin in oxygen-bleached softwood kraft pulps have been studied. In a first series, isolated lignin samples have been subjected to chlorine dioxide oxidation at different pH values and subsequently analysed by oxidative degradation and elemental analysis. In: Proceedings of the 5th international conference on biotechnology in the pulp and paper industry, Kyoto, Japan, 27–30 May , p Google Scholar Suurnakki A, Tenkanen M, Buchert J, Viikari L () Hemicellulases in the bleaching of chemical pulps.
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Welcome to the edition of the International Pulp Bleaching Conference. This conference is dedicated to all chemical and engineering aspects of pulp bleaching.
Held every three years, it is the most important meeting on this subject and allows hundreds of individuals involved in pulp bleaching to meet, learn and exchange with one another. International Pulp Bleaching Conference: June, Hyatt Regency Hotel, Vancouver, British Columbia by International Pulp Bleaching Conference (Book).
Bleaching of wood pulp is the chemical processing of wood pulp to lighten its color and whiten the pulp.
The primary product of wood pulp is paper, for which whiteness (similar to, but distinct from brightness) is an important characteristic. These processes and chemistry are also applicable to the bleaching of non-wood pulps, such as those made from bamboo or kenaf.
Authors: Alan W. Rudie, Ph.D., and Peter W. Hart, Ph.D. Previous editions of The Bleaching of Pulp have provided comprehensive information on the technology used to bleach wood pulps.
The 5th edition will continue this tradition as the premiere industry text on bleaching technologies but will be more focused on the modern industrial processes with less emphasis on fundamental science.
Rapson, W. and C. Anderson (). Bleaching in five stages to the asymptotic limit using only one oxidant and sodium hydroxide. In: International Pulp Bleaching Conference. CPPA Technical Section. Montreal. Cited by: 1. The benefits obtained by enzymes are dependent on the chemical bleaching sequence used as well as on the residual lignin content of pulp.
The main goals in the enzyme-aided bleaching of kraft pulps have been the reduction of consumption of chlorine chemicals in the bleaching process and consequently lowering the AOX of the effluents. Material “TAPPI Proceedings.
International Pulp Bleaching Conference, Book 1” Detailed information of the J-GLOBAL is a service based on the concept of Linking, Expanding, and Sparking, linking science and technology information which hitherto stood alone to support the generation of ideas.
By linking the information entered, we provide opportunities to make unexpected discoveries and. Vuorinen T, Teleman A, Fagerström P, Buchert J, Tenkanen M () Selective hydrolysis of hexenuronic acid groups and its application in ECF and TCF bleaching of kraft pulps, International Pulp Bleaching Conference, Book 1, Washington D.C., p 43 Google Scholar.
Alkaline-sulphite French hemp mill pulp of 48–54% ISO brightness has been bleached with different totally chlorine free (TCF) sequences (multistage peroxide without and with activator (tetraacetylethylenediamine, TAED) and with and without pre-treatment with ultrasound to 85% ISO brightness of the mill conventional CEH bleaching.
~ journal of biotechnology ELSEVIER Journal of Biotechnology 38 () The impact of xylanases on bleaching of eucalyptus kraft pulp P. Bajpai a., N.K. Bhardwaj a, P.K. Bajpai a, M.B. Jauhari b a Thapar Corporate Research & Deuelopment Centre, Patiala -India b Ballarpur Industries Limited, Unit: Shree Gopal, Yamunanagar -India Received 21 October.
) 0 U R N A I Of ELSEVIER Journal of Biotechnology 42 () Bleaching of radiata pine Kraft pulp with the EnZone process Rafael Vicuna a' *, Maria Cristina Yeber b, Miguel Osses b Laboratorio de Bioquimica, Facultad de Ciencias Biologicas Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile, Casilla D, Santiago, Chile b Celulosa Arauco y Constitucion, Casilla 8-D, Arauco, Chile Accepted.
Lignin-Degrading Biobleaching of Kraft Pulp, International Pan Pacific Conference Proceedings K. Sakai, R. Kondo A fungal straing, Phanerochaetesordida YK isolated from a rotted wood exhibited a great activity of lignin degradation and kraft pulp bleaching.
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International Pulp Bleaching Conference 1 copy. Polymers. Effects of xylanase pretreatment procedures on nonchlorine bleaching Arthur J. Ragauskas,* Kathleen M. Poll, and Anthony J. Cesternino Institute of Paper Science and Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, and Chemistry Department, *Ferrum College, Ferrum, Virginia The pretreatment of softwood kraft pulps with endo-xylanase expressed from Streptomyces lividans (plAF18) was shown.
Abstract. During sequential bleaching operations, pulp fiber properties are gradually changed due to mechanical and chemical treatments. In this study, the correlations between pulp or fiber properties such as kappa number, viscosity, total charge, fiber length, and zero-span tensile strength as well as Scott bond of elemental chlorine free (ECF) bleached softwood kraft pulps was investigated.
Full Article. Effect of Two-step Thermal Treatments on Peroxide Bleachability of Thermomechanical Pulp. Jin-Ho Seo, a, * Hyoung-Jin Kim, b, * and Chi-Deuck Ahn b In hydrogen peroxide bleaching of thermomechanical pulp (TMP), reaction temperature and time are the main factors that can improve the bleachability of pulp fibers.
Experiments on alkaline hydrogen peroxide treatments with stepwise addition and oxygen pressurization were performed to determine whether they enhance the reaction between pulp components and hydroxyl radicals produced by the decomposition of hydrogen peroxide.
In this study the degradation of methylβ-dglucopyranoside (MGP), a model compound of pulp components, was an indicator of the. In: International pulp bleaching conference, Atlanta, April 14–18, Book 1, pp 43–51 5.
Gellerstedt G, Li J () An HPLC method for the quantitative determination of hexeneuronic acid groups in. Bleaching of this pulp applying 3% H2O2 and % NaOH at 90 minutes generated bleached pulp with brightness and opacity as % and %, respectively.
The bleaching yield was measured as 92%. Tensile and tear strength indices of this pulp were measured as. International Flexible Packaging and Extrusion Division Conference PaperCon International Conference on Nanotechnology for Renewable Materials SuperCorrExpo TissueCon PEERS IBBC Specialty Papers Peracid Delignification and Bleaching, Pulping Conference.
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Become A Speaker/Author Conference Papers Antitrust.International Pulp Bleaching Conference, June 14 and Sakai, K. (). "In vitro bleaching of hardwood Kraft The reduction in the demand of chlorine dioxide in the pulp bleaching sequence.V Session 5 Pulp andPaperCharacteristics EffectofMechanicalProcesses ontheStrength ofOxygen DelignifiedKraftPulp n,whiteandG.G.