JAIC 1987, Volume 26, Number 1, Article 1 (pp. 1 to 17)
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JAIC 1987, Volume 26, Number 1, Article 1 (pp. 1 to 17)

PAPER COMPLEXITY AND THE INTERPRETATION OF CONSERVATION RESEARCH

Antoinette Dwan




REFERENCES

R.E.Prud'homme, A.Robertson, “Composite Theories Applied to Oriented Paper Sheets,” TAPPI, vol. 59, (January 1976), pp. 145–148.

W.Brostow, Science of Materials, New York, John Wiley and Sons, (1979) p. 262.

J.Litvay, “Paper and Fiber Analysis,” Institute of Paper Chemistry, course material, July 1983.

Ibid.

R.W.Mann, G.A.Baum, C.C.Habeger, “Determination of All Nine Orthotropic Elastic Constants for Machine Made Paper,” TAPPI, vol. 63, (February 1980).

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J.Litvay, “Paper and Fiber Analysis,” Institute of Paper Chemistry, course material, July 1983.

Ibid.

J.F.Waterhouse, “Paper Structures and Directionality,” Seminar on paper properties and their measurement, Institute of Paper Chemistry, 1982.

W.S.Peterson, “Network Theories,” Seminar on paper properties and their measurement, Institute of Paper Chemistry, 1982.

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J.P.Casey, editor. Paper Testing and Converting, vol. IV of Pulp and Paper (New York, (Interscience Publishers, Third edition, 1981), p. 1779.

Ibid. p. 1780.

D.M.Crook and W.E.Bennett, The Effect of Humidity and Temperature on the Physical Properties of Paper (The British Paper and Board Industry Research Association, 1965). (Emphasis added)

J.F.Waterhouse, “Testing Conditions for Paper Evaluation,” Seminar on paper properties and their measurement, Institute of Paper Chemistry, 1982.

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Crook and Bennett, p. 2.2.

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Wink, p. 172.

Crook and Bennett, p. 1.9.

Wink, p. 176.

Ibid.

Ibid. (Emphasis added)

TAPPI Standard T-402 or 70.

Ibid., Appendix 1, “Importance of Preconditioning.” (Emphasis added)

Crook and Bennett, p. 1.7.

Wilson, W., personal communication, May 1983.

Ibid.

T.Crane, “The Folding Endurance of Paper,” Seminar on paper properties and their measurement, Institute of Paper Chemistry, 1982.

Casey, Pulp and Paper, p. 1806.

Ibid., p. 1807. (Emphasis added)

Ibid., p. 1806.

Crane, “The Folding Endurance of Paper,” p. 3.

TAPPI standard 511 su 69. (Emphasis added)

Crook and Bennett, pp. 1.7–1.8. (Emphasis added)

P.Luner, “Paper Permanence,”, TAPPI, vol. 52 (May 1969), p. 801.

R.Cardwell, L.Lyon, and P.Luner, “Evaluation of a Fold Endurance Procedure for Paper Aging Studies,” TAPPI, vol. 55 (February 1972), p. 229.

Casey, Pulp and Paper, p. 1804.

Ibid.

Crane, “Folding Endurance,” p. 10.

Casey, Pulp and Paper, p. 1339.

Ibid., p. 1805.

Crane, “Folding Endurance,” p. 5.

Ibid.

Ibid., p. 6


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