Behavior of fibrous and nonfibrous components in the corrugating operation. Part I. Analysis of stress and strain in medium during formation of the flutes. Project 1108-22, progress report one to Fourdrinier Kraft Board Institute, Inc.

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Title: Behavior of fibrous and nonfibrous components in the corrugating operation. Part I. Analysis of stress and strain in medium during formation of the flutes. Project 1108-22, progress report one to Fourdrinier Kraft Board Institute, Inc.
Author: Gander, J. W. (James W.) ; McKee, R. C. (Robert Charles)
Description: "February 29, 1960." "The Institute of Paper Chemistry, James W. Gander, research aide, and R. C. McKee, chief, Container Section."
Type: Project Report
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1853/1621
Date: 1960-02-29
Contributor: Institute of Paper Chemistry (Appleton, Wis.)
Fourdrinier Kraft Board Institute, Inc.
Relation: Institute of Paper Chemistry (Appleton, Wis.). Project 1108-22 ; report 1
Publisher: Appleton, Wisconsin : the Institute,
Georgia Institute of Technology
Subject: Corrugating machines
Corrugating medium
Stress strain properties

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