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The Sheet-Forming Process.

The Sheet-Forming Process

Edited by J.D. Parker

Defines the basic process mechanisms by which fibers are manipulated to yield the characteristic structure of paper. Chapter one, "The Basic Forming Process: A Composite of Three Hydrodynamic Processes," features three sections: Drainage, Oriented Shear, and Turbulence. Chapter two, "Practical Applications," has four sections: Fourdrinier Machines, Roll Formers, Two-Wire Formers, and Cylinder-Vat Machines. Also contains references and a subject index, 1972. 104 pages, soft cover.

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Title Annotation:ENGINEERING
Publication:Solutions - for People, Processes and Paper
Date:Jan 1, 2005
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