Paperboard Mechanical Properties at Fracture

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Paperboard Mechanical Properties at Fracture. / Tryding, Johan; Borgqvist, Eric.

Proceedings of the International Paper Physics Conference 2019. TAPPI, 2019. s. 57-68.

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Tryding, J & Borgqvist, E 2019, Paperboard Mechanical Properties at Fracture. i Proceedings of the International Paper Physics Conference 2019. TAPPI, s. 57-68, 2019 International Paper Physics Conference, Indianapolis, USA, 2019/05/05. <https://imisrise.tappi.org/TAPPI/Products/19/PAP/19PAP43.aspx>

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Tryding, J., & Borgqvist, E. (2019). Paperboard Mechanical Properties at Fracture. I Proceedings of the International Paper Physics Conference 2019 (s. 57-68). TAPPI. https://imisrise.tappi.org/TAPPI/Products/19/PAP/19PAP43.aspx

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Tryding J, Borgqvist E. 2019. Paperboard Mechanical Properties at Fracture. I Proceedings of the International Paper Physics Conference 2019. TAPPI. s. 57-68.

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Tryding, Johan och Eric Borgqvist "Paperboard Mechanical Properties at Fracture". Proceedings of the International Paper Physics Conference 2019. TAPPI. 2019, 57-68.

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Tryding J, Borgqvist E. Paperboard Mechanical Properties at Fracture. I Proceedings of the International Paper Physics Conference 2019. TAPPI. 2019. s. 57-68

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Tryding, Johan ; Borgqvist, Eric. / Paperboard Mechanical Properties at Fracture. Proceedings of the International Paper Physics Conference 2019. TAPPI, 2019. s. 57-68

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TY - GEN

T1 - Paperboard Mechanical Properties at Fracture

AU - Tryding, Johan

AU - Borgqvist, Eric

PY - 2019

Y1 - 2019

N2 - Paperboard mechanical properties at fracture during uniaxial tests is an interplay between available elastic energy at fracture and the fracture energy needed to separate the sample into two parts. In a test at a critical specimen length, the load vs. elongation curve immediately drops from a point of instability to zero load, whereas a test at a stable length gives a stable descending load-elongation curve with no discontinuous drop of the load.

AB - Paperboard mechanical properties at fracture during uniaxial tests is an interplay between available elastic energy at fracture and the fracture energy needed to separate the sample into two parts. In a test at a critical specimen length, the load vs. elongation curve immediately drops from a point of instability to zero load, whereas a test at a stable length gives a stable descending load-elongation curve with no discontinuous drop of the load.

M3 - Paper in conference proceeding

SN - 978-151089394-8

SP - 57

EP - 68

BT - Proceedings of the International Paper Physics Conference 2019

PB - TAPPI

T2 - 2019 International Paper Physics Conference

Y2 - 5 May 2019 through 8 May 2019

ER -