Controlling functional paper properties Many quality parameters cannot be measured on-line. Off-line measurements are made either in the laboratory according to standards or de facto standards, or with automated analysers not conforming strictly to standards but only emulating them. The laboratory measurements are manual work that is rather expensive. Thus, a quality property is measured
Authors & references
Risto Ritala, Tampere University
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