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Modeling and simulation of paperboard edge wicking

Mark, Andreas; Tryding, Johan LU ; Amini, Junis; Edelvik, Fredrik; Fredlund, Mats; Glatt, E.; Lai, Ron; Martinsson, Lars; Nyman, Ulf and Rentzhog, Maria, et al. (2012) In Nordic Pulp and Paper Research Journal 27(2). p.397-402
Abstract
When liquid packaging board is made aseptic in the filling machine the unsealed edges of the board are exposed to hydrogen peroxide. A high level of liquid penetration may lead to aesthetic as well as functional defects. To be able to make a priori predictions of the edge wicking properties of a certain paperboard material is therefore of great interest to paper industry as well as to packaging manufacturers. The aim of this paper is to present a new analytical theory for prediction of the edge wicking properties of paperboard. The theory is based on Darcy’s law and the ideal gas law to describe

the physical behavior of water flow in paperboard. The theory is compared to a recently published multi-scale framework and with... (More)
When liquid packaging board is made aseptic in the filling machine the unsealed edges of the board are exposed to hydrogen peroxide. A high level of liquid penetration may lead to aesthetic as well as functional defects. To be able to make a priori predictions of the edge wicking properties of a certain paperboard material is therefore of great interest to paper industry as well as to packaging manufacturers. The aim of this paper is to present a new analytical theory for prediction of the edge wicking properties of paperboard. The theory is based on Darcy’s law and the ideal gas law to describe

the physical behavior of water flow in paperboard. The theory is compared to a recently published multi-scale framework and with pressurized edge wick experiments. The agreement is very good for paperboard samples of different sizes. The conclusion from the work is that both analytical theory and detailed simulations are useful to predict edge wicking properties of paperboard material. (Less)
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Multi-scale simulation, Edge soaking, Immersed Boundary Methods, Porous flow, Poremorphology methods
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the physical behavior of water flow in paperboard. The theory is compared to a recently published multi-scale framework and with pressurized edge wick experiments. The agreement is very good for paperboard samples of different sizes. The conclusion from the work is that both analytical theory and detailed simulations are useful to predict edge wicking properties of paperboard material.},
  author       = {Mark, Andreas and Tryding, Johan and Amini, Junis and Edelvik, Fredrik and Fredlund, Mats and Glatt, E. and Lai, Ron and Martinsson, Lars and Nyman, Ulf and Rentzhog, Maria and Rief, S. and Wiegmann, A.},
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  keyword      = {Multi-scale simulation,Edge soaking,Immersed Boundary Methods,Porous flow,Poremorphology methods},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
  pages        = {397--402},
  publisher    = {Arbor Publishing AB},
  series       = {Nordic Pulp and Paper Research Journal},
  title        = {Modeling and simulation of paperboard edge wicking},
  volume       = {27},
  year         = {2012},
}