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Development of relevant methods to characterize the properties of thin layers of cellulose and polymeric additives (Professor Lars Wågberg)

Period: 2002-02-01

The objective of the project is to find methods for determining:
a) Softness of formed layers measured as surface modulus and viscosity of the formed layers
b) Adsorbed amount and thickness of » more
Failure criterion for fibre/fibre joints in self-binding fibre composite materials (Professor Sören Östlund)

Period: 2008-01-01 - 2012-12-31

The mechanical behaviour of self-binding fibre composite materials such as paperboard is strongly dependent on the mechanical properties of the fibres and the fibre/fibre joints. In wood fibres for » more
Kinetics of reconformation of polyelectrolytes adsorbed onto surfaces of opposite charge (Professor Lars Wågberg)

Period: 2003-05-02 - 2008-06-30

The objective of this project is to find a quantitative relation between the properties of the polyelectrolyte, the properties of the surface and the reconformation kinetics of the polyelectrolyte » more
Network in solid waste and water treatment between Europe and Mediterranean countries-SOWAEUMED (Professor Mamoun Muhammed)



  Period: 2009-12-31 - 2012-12-01

The aim of the project is to put together and generate a stable sustainable bi-regional and integrated scientific platform of international excellence to collaborate in the development and » more
Residual stress analysis for improved conversion and properties of paper and board (Professor Sören Östlund)

Period: 2007-09-01 - 2011-08-31

The main idea of this project is to utilize and further develop recent advances in the analysis of residual stresses to control moisture related phenomena in papermaking, conversion and end-use of » more
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