Date of Award
Bachelor of Science
Pulp and Paper Technology
The purpose of this work is to investigate the effect that varying degrees of temperature have on the strength properties of coated magazine stock. Paper of this type encounters high temperature conditions primarily in the ink drying operations following the printing of the web. The strength with which the paper meets the cutting, folding and binding methods which follow the drying operation are of paramount importance to the printer. Throughout the work, attempts were made to assimilate conditions encountered in present day commercial practice.
Burnie, Hugh D., "The Loss of Some Strength Characteristics of Coated Magazine Paper as a Result of Exposure to Elevated Temperatures" (1954). Paper Engineering Senior Theses. 95.