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Defect Sensitivity and Strength of Paperboard in Out-of-Plane Tension and Shear

Girlanda, Orlando; Hallbäck, Nils; Östlund, Sören and Tryding, Johan LU (2005) In Journal of Pulp and Paper Science 31(2). p.100-104
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Abstract in French

La présente communication examine les effets du fissurage sur les causes des défaillances dans le sens de l'épaisseur d'un carton multicouches. Nous avons étudié comment la valeur de contrainte maximum relative change en fonction de la longueur des fissures dans diverses conditions de charge. Des feuilles d'essai comportant des fissures de fabrication dans le sens parallèle au plan SM-ST (sens machine sens travers) ont été collées dans l'appareil Arcan et soumises à un essai de résistance à la traction seulement et de résistance combinée traction-cisaillement. La valeur minimum de

résistance à la traction hors du plan mesurée pour les feuilles d'essai endommagées indique que la perte de... (More)
Abstract in French

La présente communication examine les effets du fissurage sur les causes des défaillances dans le sens de l'épaisseur d'un carton multicouches. Nous avons étudié comment la valeur de contrainte maximum relative change en fonction de la longueur des fissures dans diverses conditions de charge. Des feuilles d'essai comportant des fissures de fabrication dans le sens parallèle au plan SM-ST (sens machine sens travers) ont été collées dans l'appareil Arcan et soumises à un essai de résistance à la traction seulement et de résistance combinée traction-cisaillement. La valeur minimum de

résistance à la traction hors du plan mesurée pour les feuilles d'essai endommagées indique que la perte de résistance à la traction n'est pas reliée à la longueur de la fissure. Par ailleurs, les fissures présentes ne semblent avoir aucune influence sur le comportement en rapport avec la résistance à la traction-cisaillement. (Less)
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This paper considers the effects of defects in the form of cracks on the failure properties in the thickness direction of multilayered board. The objective was to study how the peak stress value changes with various crack lengths under various load conditions. Specimens with manufactured cracks cut parallel to the machine-direction–cross-machine-direction plane were glued in the Arcan device and tested under pure tensile stress and mixed shear–tensile stress. The lower peak out-of-plane tensile stress measured in damaged samples indicates a defect sensitivity in multilayered board. The results for one type of board show that the loss in tensile strength is independent of the crack length. On the other hand, mixed shear and tensile... (More)
This paper considers the effects of defects in the form of cracks on the failure properties in the thickness direction of multilayered board. The objective was to study how the peak stress value changes with various crack lengths under various load conditions. Specimens with manufactured cracks cut parallel to the machine-direction–cross-machine-direction plane were glued in the Arcan device and tested under pure tensile stress and mixed shear–tensile stress. The lower peak out-of-plane tensile stress measured in damaged samples indicates a defect sensitivity in multilayered board. The results for one type of board show that the loss in tensile strength is independent of the crack length. On the other hand, mixed shear and tensile stress

behaviour does not appear to be influenced by the presence of cracks. (Less)
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behaviour does not appear to be influenced by the presence of cracks.},
  author       = {Girlanda, Orlando and Hallbäck, Nils and Östlund, Sören and Tryding, Johan},
  issn         = {0826-6220},
  language     = {eng},
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  series       = {Journal of Pulp and Paper Science},
  title        = {Defect Sensitivity and Strength of Paperboard in Out-of-Plane Tension and Shear},
  volume       = {31},
  year         = {2005},
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