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Technical papers and articles which have appeared in TAPPSA Journal

(arranged in order of date of appearance)

November 2004

Johan Jansson, Tomas Lindberg, Erik Dahlquist and Ulf Persson. Process optimization and model based control in pulp industry

Reinhard Leigraf. New press technology for copy paper machines

Future dryer fabrics towards higher speeds, cleaner running and improved paper quality

Patrick von Essen. Efficient management of technical information

January 2005

Bruce Sithole and Denise Filion. Determination of silicone defoamers in mill pitch deposits

Neil Harris, Phil Ford and Angelo Spada. Decoupling - the latest developments in retention and drainage technology

Vinesh Rajcoomar. Applying best sustainable practices to pulp and paper

Omid Ramezani and Mousa M. Nazhad. The effect of refining on paper formation

March 2005

Adolf Diegel, Sias van Schalkwyk and Olaf Diegel. Favouring prompt delivery in the trim loss problem

S. Craig Van Dyke. Enhanced forced circulation: The continued solution to high solids black liquor crystallization

Hans U. Suess and Chreeson Moodley. Progress in bleaching to top brightness with low reversion

May 2005

Esa Virtanen, Riikka Gerlander and Ilpo Pitkäniemi. Optimization of PM wet end ventilation, machine clothing cleaning, pocket ventilation and web stabilizing improve PM runnability and production efficiency

Jan-Erik Bergmark. Trends and solutions for the pulp & paper industry - viewed from a Measurement, Control and Automation point of view

Swaroop Iyengar. Optimizing quality and yield for waste paper based pulp in production of liner and fluting

July 2005

Magnus Titus, Mats Nordgren and Karolina Boholm. The impact of emission trading on the cost situation for pulp and paper mills - risks and opportunities

Juha-Pekka Huhtanen, Reijo Karvinen, Kai Vikman and Petteri Vuorio. Theoretical background of new energy saving refiner segments design

Jean-Claude Roux and Georges Joris. Angular parameters beyond specific edge load

Ciska Terblanche. Commercial effect of environmental legislation

September 2005

Ashok Kumar Mishra. Modified starches for enhanced paper quality and higher productivity

Andy Worsick and Stephen Halsall. The big five - common causes of efficiency loss

Omid Ramezani and Mousa M Nazhad. The effect of refining on paper formation

Hussain AL-Rubaiey, Nonkululeko Khanyeza and Pirkko Oittinen. The effect of coating colour on toner transfer in digital printing

November 2005

A. Khalafi,  M. Faezipour, M. Khatibzadeh, M.M. Nazhad and A. Pirjani. The study of the possibility of the Aquasol process to deink ONP and MOW

Stig Andtbacka. A fibreline designed for bamboo pulping

Henk Coetzee, Timo Kankkunen, Jaakko Oksanen and Markku Ylinen. Mondi Richards Bay Pulp Mill: a case study of a large field project

January 2006

Manlio Ronga and Christian Brauer. Reject disposal from recycled fibre plants - Europe assumes pioneer role in reject handling systems

Johan Bryntesson. In the front lines of pulping research

Kai Wellhäusser. Pulping of highly contaminated recycled paper

March 2006

Nelson L. Sefara and Mike Birkett. Development of an alternative solvent to replace benzene in the determination of organic soluble extractives in wood

Len W. Dewhurst. Water management: Making good in a not so good area

Eileen Joy, Jussi Rintamaki, Risto Weckroth and Petri Tuomelai. Ultra-low intensity refining of short fibred pulps

Colin Baker. Refining and improved paper machine runnability

May 2006

Lennart Gustavsson, Sven-Erik Olsson, Martin Ragnar, Jonas Saetheråsen and Vidar Snekkenes. Compact Bleaching™ Reduces Capital Intensity in the Bleach Plant

Glenn Mudaly and Mike Stranges. Bowater Thunder Bay, Ontario, Kraft Mill reduces defoamer usage with new Siloxane Technology

Ross MacHattie, Antti Paavola and David Watson. Coating drying measurement & control reduces variations and costs

Anna Sundberg, Stefan Emet, Patrik Rehn, Lari Vähäsalo and Bjarne Holmbom. Estimation of proportions of different pulp types in recycled paper and deinked pulp by acid methanolysis

July 2006

M.S. Sidhu, A. Lahouaoula, M. Schijf, A. Hird, R. Vyse and T.H. Steele. Advanced control and sensor technology in mechanical pulping

Alberto W Ramos. Statistical process control on the paper machine

CRF Pacheco, JL de Paiva and AS Reynold Jr. Diagnostic of brownstock washing using basic filtration parameters

September 2006

Bruce Sithole. New method of measuring the pH of wood chips

Minimizing pressure pulsations initiated by the headbox feed pump

Sal Mirza, Guy Harvey, Martin Sénéchal and Stéphane Ouellet. The use of lipase enzymes in TMP furnish: a practical persective

S M Loffler, V J Dusting, N Vanderhoek and S Nikolovska. Flexographic printing on tissue

November 2006

Wicky Moffat and M.R.W.Walmsley. Understanding lime calcination kinetics for energy cost reduction

Adilson R. Gonçalves, Denise S. Ruzene, Regina Y. Moriya and Luis R. M. Oliveria. Pulping of sugarcane bagasse and straw and biobleaching of the pulps: Conditions parameters and recycling of enzymes

Hannu Hämäläinen, Kalle Ekman, Petri Lassila and Jukka Jäkära. On the management of odour in chemical pulps: formation and removal of hexanal