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Energy Savings and Strength Improvement of Old Corrugated Container by Application of Wood Flour and Starch
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Energy Savings and Strength Improvement of Old Corrugated Container by Application of Wood Flour and Starch
Seo, Yung Bum; Jung, Jae Gwon; Ji, Sung Gil;
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 Abstract
The increase of wet web solid content after wet press and dry compressive strength were observed in lab study by judicious application of wood flour and starch for the old corrugated container (OCC). Pearl starch was better than cationic starch in strength development, but cationic starch was better for drainage. Application of vacuum on the mixed solution of wood flour and starch helped strength development further without loss of other properties. The effect of wood flour addition on wet web solid content improved as the wet pressing pressure increased. The use of wood flour and starch mixture improved wet web solid contents further.
 Keywords
OCC;wood flour;starch;wet pressing;compressive strength;
 Language
Korean
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