Fibres and bonds The properties of paper are determined by the properties of the various particles that it consists of and by the conditions during papermaking. Fibres, pulp fines and fillers are the most typical particles used in papermaking. Web forming conditions affect the orientation of fibres, and web dewatering conditions affect the z-directional distribution
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