Pressure Filtration of Cellulose Fibres
The compressional rheology of cellulose fibre suspensions has been studied using a pressure filtration technique. The dewatering of these systems is described in terms of various key properties of the suspension, including the compressive yield stress, permeability and solids diffusivity, permitting a quantitative characterization of the consolidation process. We investigate, as a particular example, the effect of a commercial debonding agent additive on the compressional properties of a fibre...[Show more]
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