TAPPI JOURNAL

TAPPI Journal (TJ) is the worlds most widely recognized and frequently cited English language research journal covering the pulp, paper, packaging, nonwovens and related industries. It is available at no charge to TAPPI Members. View the current issue, then learn more about becoming a TAPPI Member.

In TAPPI JOURNAL this month:

The April issue investigates fractionation of epidermal cells from wheat straw pulp and oxygen-alkali pulping of hot water-extracted birch sawdust. Other research looks at multistage fiber fractionation of softwood chemical pulp, vapor migration through barrier coated paperboard, and pulsed ultrasound velocity profiling for black liquor flow measurement in recovery boiler spray nozzles.

In the next TAPPI JOURNAL:

A special Fluid Mechanics issue explores characterization of microfibrillated cellulose (MFC) suspension and use of hydrodynamic parameters to characterize refined pulps, as well as bridging chemical dosage, mixing quality and paper sheet variability. Additional research analyzes the effects of pressure profile, furnish, and MFC on furnish dewatering and offers a laboratory wet creping method to evaluate tissue pulp quality.

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Terry L. Bliss, Solenis, Inc
Brian N. Brogdon, Future Bridge Consulting
Dave Carlson, Carlson Consulting
Jere W. Crouse, JWC Consulting
Mahendra Doshi, Progress in Paper Recycling
Peter W. Hart, MeadWestvaco Corporation
Carl J. Houtman, USDA Forest Products Laboratory
John A. Neun, Albany International
Steven P. Ottone, SNP Inc.
Gaurav Pranami, Dow Chemical Company
Arthur Ragauskas, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
John A. Roper III, Dow Chemical Company
Scott Rosencrance, Kemira Chemicals
Ricardo B. Santos, MeadWestvaco Corporation
Paul Wiegand, NCASI
Junyong Zhu, USDA Forest Products Laboratory
Monica Shaw, Editorial Director, TAPPI JOURNAL

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