Bookbinding and the Conservation of Books
A Dictionary of Descriptive Terminology

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dried-in strain ( dried-in stress )

That part of potential strain or stress remaining in machine-made paper subsequent to manufacture. The property is caused by tension or restriction of shrinkage during drying as the web moves through the papermaking machine. Dried-in strain diminishes with time and can be reduced rapidly in the presence of high humidity or if the paper is wetted. See also: ANISOTROPIC BEHAVIOR . (17 )




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