– Advanced control and sensor technology in mechanical pulping
– Bowater Thunder Bay Kraft Mill reduces defoamer usage with new Siloxane Technology
– Coating drying measurement & control reduces variations and costs
– Compact Bleaching reduces capital intensity in the bleach plant
– Development of an alternative solvent to replace benzene in the determination of organic soluble extractives in wood
– Diagnostic of brownstock washing using basic filtration parameters
– Estimation of proportions of different pulp types in recycled paper and deinked pulp by acid methanolysis
– Flexographic printing on tissue
– In the front lines of pulping research
– Minimizing pressure pulsations initiated by the headbox feed pump
– New method of measuring the pH of wood chips
– On the management of odour in chemical pulps: formation and removal of hexanal
– Pulping of highly contaminated recycled paper
– Pulping of sugarcane bagasse and straw and biobleaching of the pulps: Conditions parameters and recycling of enzymes
– Refining and improved paper machine runnability
– Reject disposal from recycled fibre plants – Europe assumes pioneer role in reject handling systems
– Statistical process control on the paper machine
– The use of lipase enzymes in TMP furnish: a practical persective
– Ultra-low intensity refining of short fibred pulps
– Understanding lime calcination kinetics for energy cost reduction
– Water management: Making good in a not so good area


– A fibreline designed for bamboo pulping
– Angular parameters beyond specific edge load
– Applying best sustainable practices to pulp and paper
– Commercial effect of environmental legislation
– Decoupling – the latest developments in retention and drainage technology
– Determination of silicone defoamers in mill pitch deposits
– Enhanced forced circulation: The continued solution to high solids black liquor crystallization
– Favouring prompt delivery in the trim loss problem
– Modified starches for enhanced paper quality and higher productivity
– Mondi Richards Bay Pulp Mill: a case study of a large field project
– Progress in bleaching to top brightness with low reversion
– Optimisation of PM wet end ventilation, machine clothing cleaning, pocket ventilation and web stabilizing improve PM runnability and production efficiency
– Optimising quality and yield for waste paper based pulp in production of liner and fluting
– The big five – common causes of efficiency loss- The effect of refining on paper formation
– The effect of refining on paper formation
– The effect of coating colour on toner transfer in digital printing
– The impact of emission trading on the cost situation for pulp and paper mills – risks and opportunities
– The study of the possibility of the Aquasol process to deink ONP and MOW
– Theoretical background of new energy saving refiner segments design
– Trends and solutions for the pulp & paper industry – viewed from a Measurement, Control and Automation point of view


– Applications of physical models for optimisation and control in pulp and paper industry
– Enhanced pulp screening using high-performance screen components and process simulation
– Environmental Impact Assessments as part of the pulp and paper business
– Evaluation of starch hydrolysing enzymes to improve drainage of recycled pulp
– Innovative technology advances TMP energy savings
– Intermediate defloculation and dilution device (ID2): a new technological decisive step in the screening processes
– New advances in microparticle retention technologies
– Power plant energy efficiency analysis
– Pulp and paper facilities – can we afford them?
– Pulping & Bleaching of SAS-AQ Bagasse Pulps
– Shoe calendering – the Nipcoflex calender for bulky boards
– Steam and power
– The conversion of a kraft linerboard machine from acid to alkaline sizing
– The Potential For Increased Reclamation & Re-Use of Effluent – Sappi Adamas
– The role of sodium silicate in newsprint deinking
– The use of computer simulation to find effluent treatment and recirculation solutions for Sappi pulp and paper mills
– Using Tree Physiology to better understand the effect of environmental factors on wood fibre properties