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Edgewise compression failure mechanism of linerboard observed in a dynamic mode

I. B. Sachs

Edgewise compression failure mechanism of linerboard observed in a dynamic mode

by I. B. Sachs

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Published by Forest Products Laboratory, Forest Service, U.S.D.A. in Madison, Wis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Corrugated paperboard -- Stability.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementI.B. Sachs and T.A. Kuster.
    ContributionsKuster, T. A., Forest Products Laboratory (U.S.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 69-73 :
    Number of Pages73
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17653686M

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Edgewise compression failure mechanism of linerboard observed in a dynamic mode by I. B. Sachs Download PDF EPUB FB2

Edgewise compressive strength (Cavlin and FellersGundersonJackson et alSachs and KusterSetterholm and GertjejansenStockmann ). However, to study the failure mechanism of paperboard in a dynamic mode, one needs to observe and record the changes that occur in the paperboard as it is being compressed.

The scanning. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sachs, I. (Irving B.) Edgewise compression failure mechanism of linerboard observed in a dynamic mode. Modeling Deformation and Damage of Random Fiber Network (RFN) Materials. Authors; I.B. Sachs, T.A. Kuster, Edgewise compression failure mechanism of linerboard observed in a dynamic mode.

Tappi J. 63, 69 () Google Scholar. From the microscopic analysis it was found that the localised buckling in corrugated paperboard structures was associated with fibre layer delamination caused by inter-fibre bond failure under compression load.

This type of failure was commonly observed at the liner–medium interface and in linerboard. In the failure zone of corrugated paperboard containing recycled Cited by: edgewise compressive strength (Cavlin and FellersGundersonJackson et a1Sachs and KusterSetterholm and GertjejansenStockmann ).

However. to study the failure mechanism of paperboard in a dynamic mode, one needs to observe and record the changes that occur in the paperboard as it is being compressed. The scanning. The edgewise compression strength of corrugated board is the major contributor to the box stacking strength.

This relation can be further extended to the critical strength properties of. In both types of corrugated board microscopic examination showed that failure under compression at 50% and 90% RH occurred along the adhesive line as well as by failure of inter-fibre bonds within.

A novel method is developed for characterizing the mechanical response and failure mechanism of brittle rocks under dynamic compression-shear loading: an inclined cylinder specimen using a modified split Hopkinson pressure bar (SHPB) system.

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A quantitative model has been developed for the ring crush test. The failure of the ring crush specimen at low caliper can be described as global buckling at a load given by the classical cylinder buckling equation modified by an empirical expression which incorporates the effects of imperfect geometry and support.

Effect of chemical pretreatments of never-dried pulp on the strength of recycled linerboard. something may have changed rel ative to the paper structure or the predominant failure mechanism. structed the conditions of the short span compression test widely used to quantify the compression strength of paperboard.

We found that the phenomenological failure mode of such networks is elasto-plastic buck-ling. The x-shaped failure mode observed in physical experiments appears when test specimen restraints are included in the model.

In case of sandwich columns undergoing edgewise compression, several failure modes have been confirmed by experiments,, due to the influence of material property and geometrical et al. listed at least five failure forms can be observed including the Euler elastic macrobuckling, Euler type macro plastic buckling, macro elastic core shear buckling, elastic Cited by: Abstract.

A combined theoretical—experimental investigation of failure in notched, graphite—epoxy, angle-ply laminates subjected to far-field compression loading indicates that failure generally initiates on the hole boundary and propagates along a line parallel to the fiber orientation of the by: 3.

From the load, P/displacement, s curves that were recorded directly during the testing works the following compressive and crushing characteristics of the test specimens were calculated and recorded: peak load, P max, absorbed crash energy E abs, i.e.

the area under the P/s curve. specific energy E s (E s = E abs /m c is the absorbed crash energy per unit of the crushed Cited by: However, delamination and hence splaying mode of failure cannot be represented because the shell element assumes a uniform through-thickness shear distribution of stress.

Therefore, this important failure mechanism and energy associated to it is not accounted by: Compression Strength is the “Dynamic” load applied on a corrugated box in a compression tester at the rate of mm per minute and is extensively used as.

Book Bulk: Book bulk is defined as the overall thickness in mm of a given number of paper sheets. The bulking number is defined as number of sheets required to bulk 25 mm or approximately 1".

The standard procedure of measuring book bulk is laid out in TAPPI TSCAN P7 DIN, ISOBS: EN ISO The modulus and strength of graded sandwich panel under quasi-static edgewise loading vary with different failure mode mechanisms, and offer also improvements towards available panels from open literature.

Edgewise impact loading shows a strong directionality of the mechanical by: The board compression test of interest for most box-making operations is the edgewise compression in the CD ECT. The accepted test failure is observed.

Composite panels with polyurethane (PU) foam-core and facing materials, such as gypsum, engineered wood or some composite materials, are being used as structural members in building construction. This paper reviews and summarises major research developments, and provides an updated review of references on the structural performance of foam-filled building composite Cited by: 1.Handbook on Pulp and Paper Processing During the bleaching experiments it was observed that the brightness development in the initial stages was rapid and then brightness decreases with prolonging time.

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