Defence of licentiate thesis: Tove Joelsson – High strength paper from High Yield Pulps by means of hot-pressing
Mittuniversitetet / FORIC / FSCN
External reviewer: Professor Samuel Schabel, TU Darmstadt
Professor Per Engstrand
Dr. Gunilla Pettersson
Mid Sweden University
Dr. Anna Svedberg, MoRe Research Örnsköldsvik AB
Welcome to take part of the seminar at Campus Sundsvall, lecture hall O102.
Paper is a recyclable, biologically degradable material that can be produced by means of energy efficient, ecofriendly sustainable processes. As the steadily increasing carbon-storing wood fiber resources used for papermaking are renewable as opposed to fossilbased plastics, it’s obvious that paper-based materials will be increasingly important for a sustainable future free from utilization of fossil-based materials. This is the reason for making efforts in research and development, with the objective to optimize physical properties such as dry and wet strength of wood fiber based materials to match the expectations for packaging materials as paperbags.
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