Handbook of Paper and Board: Volume 1&2

Handbook of Paper and Board: Volume 1&2

Editor(s): Herbert Holik

Published Online: 12 APR 2013 01:09AM EST

Print ISBN: 9783527331840

Online ISBN: 9783527652495

DOI: 10.1002/9783527652495

About this Book

Papermaking is a fascinating art and technology. The second edition of this successful 2 volume handbook provides a comprehensive view on the
technical, economic, ecologic and social background of paper and board. It has been updated, revised and largely extended in depth and width including the further use of paper and board in converting and printing. A wide knowledge basis is a prerequisite in evaluating and optimizing the whole process chain to ensure efficient paper and board production. The same is true in their application and end use.

The book covers a wide range of topics:

* Raw materials required for paper and board manufacturing such as fibers, chemical additives and fillers
* Processes and machinery applied to prepare the stock and to produce the various paper and board grades including automation and trouble
* Paper converting and printing processes, book preservation
* The different paper and board grades as well as testing and analysing fiber suspensions, paper and board products, and converted or
printed matters
* Environmental and energy factors as well as safety aspects.

The handbook will provide professionals in the field, e. g. papermakers as well as converters and printers, laymen, students, politicians and other interested people with the most up-to-date and comprehensive information on the state-of- the-art techniques and aspects involved in paper making, converting and printing.

Table of contents

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    2. Chapter 1

      Introduction (pages 1–31)

      Dipl.-Ing. Herbert Holik, Thomas Moldenhauer, Gert-Heinz Rentrop, Peter F. Tschudin and Wilhelm Kufferath von Kendenich

    3. Chapter 2

      Fibrous Materials for Paper and Board Manufacture (pages 33–108)

      J¨rgen Blechschmidt, Sabine Heinemann, Hans-Joachim Putz and Geoffrey G. Duffy

    4. Chapter 4

      Functional Chemicals (pages 145–234)

      Roland Pelzer, Johan Schrijver, Klaus-Peter Kreutzer, Bernhard Hunke, G¨nter Klug, Jochen Hoffmann, Gunnar Kramer and Dominik Stumm

    5. Chapter 6

      Process Chemicals (pages 291–349)

      Roland Pelzer, Hubert Dörrer, Jan-Luiken Hemmes, Antonius Moormann-Schmitz, Ute Höötmann, Christoph Blickenstorfer, Gunnar Kramer, Kathrin Otto, Arne Hörsken, Andreas Opalka and Stefan Nierhoff

    6. Chapter 7

      Unit Operations (pages 351–472)

      Dipl.-Ing. Herbert Holik, Harald Heß, Wolfgang M¨ller and Oliver L¨dtke

    7. Chapter 10

      Paper and Board Machines and Their Components (pages 551–589)

      Dipl.-Ing. Herbert Holik, Johann Moser, Yang Shieh, Johan Einarsson, Franz Grohmann and Norbert Gamsjäger

    8. Chapter 11

      Fabrics for Paper and Board Production (pages 591–617)

      Matthias W. Schmitt, Matthias Höhsl, Arved Westerkamp, Juergen Abraham, Antony Morton, Dipl.-Ing. Herbert Holik and Johann Moser

    9. Chapter 12

      Approach Flow System (pages 619–634)

      Christian Bangert, Dipl.-Ing. Herbert Holik and Andrea Stetter

    10. Chapter 13

      Headbox (pages 635–657)

      Dipl.-Ing. Herbert Holik, Johann Moser and Thomas Ruehl

    11. Chapter 14

      Wire Section (pages 659–678)

      Dipl.-Ing. Herbert Holik, Johann Moser and Thomas Ruehl

    12. Chapter 15

      Press Section (pages 679–711)

      Dipl.-Ing. Herbert Holik, Daniel Gronych and Joachim Henssler

    13. Chapter 16

      Dryer Section (pages 713–744)

      Dipl.-Ing. Herbert Holik and Roland Mayer

    14. Chapter 17

      Surface Sizing and Coating (pages 745–784)

      Reinhard Sangl, Werner Auhorn, Werner Kogler and Martin Tietz

    15. Chapter 20

      Paper, Packaging, and Carton Board Machines (pages 813–839)

      Dipl.-Ing. Herbert Holik, Johann Moser, Stevan Lomic, Rogério Berardi, Thomas Scherb and Peter Mirsberger

    16. Chapter 24

      Paper and Board Converting and Printing (pages 911–981)

      Renke Wilken, Irene Pollex, Simon Stahl, Edgar Dörsam, Rainer Klein and Martina Miletić

    17. Chapter 25

      Health and Safety (pages 983–1002)

      Winfried Harren and Dipl.-Ing. Herbert Holik

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