Cockling Cockling is a phenomena that appears as an inhomogeneous surface of paper. It refers to heat-induced changes in the paper surface and is visible as a wrinkled or wavy structure of the paper. A cockle is an out-of-plane area of the paper surface with a diameter of 5 – 50 mm. The main reason
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Petteri Maijanen, ABB
Based on: Suontausta, O. End-use properties of printing papers (Chapter 9). In: Levlin, J-E. & Sjöderhelm, L. (ed), Pulp and paper testing (Book 17), Papermaking Science and Technology. Jyväskylä. 1999. Fapet Oy. pp. 195-197.
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