Effects of furnish related factors on tension and relaxation of wet webs

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Abstract

A smooth web transfer in a paper machine requires sufficient tension. It is well known that excessive tension leads to web breaks. However, too low a tension can also be fatal. Particularly with wet web, the maintenance of the tension is challenging due to the fast relaxation of the tension. Some factors that affect the tension and relaxation of wet web were studied in this paper.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAdvances in pulp and paper research, Transactions of the 14th Fundamental Research Symposium. Oxford, GB, 13 - 18 Sept. 2009
EditorsSteve J. I'Anson
Pages1019-1037
Publication statusPublished - 2009
MoE publication typeA4 Article in a conference publication

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Retulainen, E., & Salminen, K. (2009). Effects of furnish related factors on tension and relaxation of wet webs. In S. J. I'Anson (Ed.), Advances in pulp and paper research, Transactions of the 14th Fundamental Research Symposium. Oxford, GB, 13 - 18 Sept. 2009 (pp. 1019-1037)