Date of Award
Bachelor of Science
Pulp and Paper Technology
Binder migration has caused many problems in practical applications. There are many variables involved in this field including the base stock, percent solids, the type of pigment and adhesive, and the coat weight.
Bind migration seems to be a function of three almost simultaneously occurring events. These are, migration due to capillary action, pressure, and redistribution during drying.
The procedures used to determine migration in this study included an embedding technique, an infrared technique, and a technique using the IPC brightness meter. The first two techniques failed and only limited information was obtained using the other technique. The most important development was the embedding procedure. Combining this and the right equipment, valuable results may be obtained.
DeVries, Richard J., "The Effect of Viscosity on Binder Migration" (1970). Paper Engineering Senior Theses. 140.