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Nordic Pulp & Paper Research Journal (NPPRJ) is an international scientific magazine covering science and technology for the areas of wood or bio-mass constituents, pulp and paper and including new fiber-based materials, recovery and by-products from pulping processes, bio-refining and energy issues. Articles meeting required scientific standards are accepted from any continent.
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Contents of Volume 29, 2014, Issue No. 3 Page
BIOREFINERY
Comparison of two conditioning schemes for detoxifying SO2-ethanol-water hydrolysate from lignocellulosics for ABE fermentation 370
Evangelos Sklavounos, Mikhail Iakovlev, Shrikant Survase, Susana Gouveia, Diego Moldes, Maria Ángeles Sanromán and Adriaan van Heiningen 
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CHEMICAL PULPING
Bleaching of kraft pulps produced from green liquor pre-hydrolyzed South African Eucalyptus grandis wood chips 383
Jerome E. Andrew, Jonas Johakimu and Bruce, B. Sitholé 
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Mixing quality in low-consistency fibre suspensions downstream of an in-line mechanical mixer measured by electrical resistance tomography 392
Wisarn Yenjaichon, John R. Grace, C. Jim Lim, Richard J. Kerekes and Chad P.J. Bennington 
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MECHANICAL PULPING
Fiber energy efficiency Part III: Modeling of bar-to-fiber interaction 401
Anders Karlström and Karin Eriksson 
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Fiber energy efficiency Part IV: Multi-scale modeling of refining processes 409
Anders Karlström and Karin Eriksson 
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PAPER CHEMISTRY
Evaluation of the flocculation phenomena of GCC by polymeric retention systems 418
Kyong Ho Lee, Sang Hoon Lee, Hye Jung Youn, and Hak Lae Lee  
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Adsorption of tungsten, molybdenum, vanadium and chromium from aqueous solutions using pine sawdust polyaniline composites 425
Elina Yanovska, Kateryna Ryabchenko, Margaryta Ianovska, Olga Kichkiruk, Valentin Tertykh, and Valentyn Davydov 
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PAPER PHYSICS
Improving the extensibility, wet web and dry strength of paper by addition of agar 434
Alexey Vishtal and Elias Retulainen 
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Modeling the effect of fiber orientation on local yield stress in flow of pulp suspensions 444
Julia Claesson, Tomas Wikström, and Anders Rasmuson 
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Influence of straining during wet pressing and drying on strength properties of paper 453
Jarmo Kouko, Pasi Kekko, and Elias Retulainen  
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Unbleached linerboard kraft pulps with different kappa number (yield) – effects on tensile properties and compression strength with free or restrained drying 462
Bengt Nordström 
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Characterisations of fibre networks in paper using micro computed tomography images 468
Erik L. G. Wernersson, Svetlana Borodulina, Artem Kulachenko, and Gunilla Borgefors 
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The use of microfibrillated cellulose in fine paper manufacturing – Results from a pilot scale papermaking trial 476
Mikael Ankerfors, Tom Lindström, and Daniel Söderberg 
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Variables that affect surface potential decay of super-calendered paper 484
Hanne Narvestad, Øyvind W. Gregersen, Per Stenius and Kjell-Arve Kure  
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Variation in surface potential decay characteristics of super-calendered papers 499
Hanne Narvestad, Øyvind W. Gregersen and Kjell-Arve Kure  
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Optimizing shear strength profiles in paperboard for better crease formation 510
Mikael Nygårds, Abhijit Bhattacharya, and SVR Krishnan  
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RECYCLING
Neural network modelling and prediction of the flotation deinking behaviour of industrial paper recycling processes 521
Walter James Pauck, Richard Venditti, Jon Pocock and Jerome Andrew 
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Recycling paper mill sludge with modified bentonite 533
Tieming Yu, Bing Chen, Li’ang Wu, Xuhui Lu, Xvsheng Qiao, and Xianping Fan 
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