TAPPI Conference Papers

Every year, TAPPI members participate in prominent industry-related conferences worldwide. In the interest of exchanging innovative information and ideas, TAPPI maintains a record of key conference papers, presentations and other conference publications by engineers, managers, scientists, academics, suppliers, and other members.

Past conference papers are exclusively available to TAPPI members for six months after the conference. After that, they are available for anyone to purchase from TAPPI Press (discounted price for current members).

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Tissue

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Journal articles
Effects of creping conditions on surface softness of tissue paper - application of sled method, TAPPI JOURNAL, December 2000, Vol. 83(12)

Effects of creping conditions on surface softness of tissue paper - application of sled method, TAPPI JOURNAL, December 2000, Vol. 83(12)

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Magazine articles
Rheological characterization of tack and viscoelasticity of compositions of crepe coating used in the Yankee dryer, TAPPI Journal November 2019

ABSTRACT: The vast majority of tissue production uses creping to achieve the required set of properties on the base sheet. The Yankee coating helps to develop the desired crepe that in turn determines properties such as bulk and softness. The adhesion of the sheet to the Yankee surface is a very important characteristic to consider in achieving the desired crepe. The coating mix usually consists of the adhesive, modifier, and release. A good combination of these components is essential to achieving the desired properties of the tissue or towel, which often are determined by trials on the machine that can be time consuming and lead to costly rejects. In this paper, five compo-sitions of an industrial Yankee coating adhesive, modifier, and release were examined rheologically. The weight ratio of the adhesive was kept constant at 30% in all five compositions and the modifier and release ratios were varied. The normal force and work done by the different compositions have been shown at various temperatures simulating that of the Yankee surface, and the oscillatory test was carried out to explain the linear and nonlinear viscoelastic characteristic of the optimal coating composition.

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Back Integration Meets Future Needs, Paper360º February 2008

Back Integration Meets Future Needs, Paper360º February 2008

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Cutting Papermaker Risk, Paper360º February 2008

Cutting Papermaker Risk, Paper360º February 2008

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Tissue-making Chemistry Helps Differentiate Europe, Paper360º February 2008

Tissue-Making Chemistry Helps Differentiate in Europe, Paper360º February 2008

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Macro Marcheggiani on the International Tissue Business, Paper360º February 2008

Face Time: Macro Marcheggiani, Paper360º February 2008

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