Interactions of water with fibres In the previous section, we considered the moisture content of paper. The amount of absorbed water is then a small fraction of the paper’s dry mass when it has been dried in an oven. In the other extreme, the water content in a wet pulp or paper can be clearly
Authors & references
Professor Jouni Paltakari, Aalto University
Based on: Kettle, J. Moisture and fluid transport (Chapter 7). In: Niskanen, K. (ed), Paper Physics, (Book 16), Papermaking Science and Technology. 2nd edition. Jyväskylä, 2008, Finnish Paper Engineers’ Association/Paperi ja Puu Oy. pp. 265 – 294.
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