Sheet characteristics Probably the most often quoted studies in the literature when discussing the influence of repeated drying and re-slushing on sheet properties are the experiments of Howard and Bichard.1 In that work, broke-like recycling without calendering was applied to various pulps. Pulp fines were recovered between cycles, and sheets were dried at room temperature.
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