Date of Award
Bachelor of Science
Pulp and Paper Technology
Dr. Truman Pascoe
Two-sidedness of paper is an all too common problem in the paper industry. Most of the undesirable results are due to the uneven distribution of filler in the sheet. An accurate, reproduceable, method is needed to study this distribution gradient in order to find the effect of certain variables on this distribution. Although the following method has been used before, its reproducibility has not been demonstrated to any great extent, nor has much work been done as to the effect of variables on the distribution. In this study, the reproducibility of this method is demonstrated and the effect of retention aid is studied.
Farrand, James, "Use of Microtome Sections to Determine the Effect of Retention Aid on Filler Distribution" (1964). Paper Engineering Senior Theses. 151.