2009
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Abstract: Recebido em 25/5/08; aceito em 26/1/09; publicado na web em 3/7/09 ESTIMATION OF PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF KRAFT PAPER BY NEAR INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY AN PARTIAL LEAST SQUARES REGRESSION. The main objective of the present work is represented by the characterization of the physical properties of industrial kraft paper (i.e. transversal and longitudinal tear resistance, transversal traction resistance, bursting or crack resistance, longitudinal and transversal compression resistance (SCT (Compressive Strength Tester)… Show more

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“…Já em 1885, na suécia, O novo processo de polpação foi utilizado comercialmente, onde "as propriedades de resistência superiores foram reconhecidas e os novos tipos de papéis foram chamados papéis kraft ou fortes." SAMISTRARO (et al 2009,p.1) afirma que a polpa proveniente do "kraft (palavra alemã que significa forte)", produz papéis possuindo uma resistência maior e de coloração escura. Hoje em dia o kraft é muito utilizado em embalagens, no artesanato, nos rolos de papel higiênico e etc.…”
Section: Reciclagem De Papel Kraftunclassified
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“…Já em 1885, na suécia, O novo processo de polpação foi utilizado comercialmente, onde "as propriedades de resistência superiores foram reconhecidas e os novos tipos de papéis foram chamados papéis kraft ou fortes." SAMISTRARO (et al 2009,p.1) afirma que a polpa proveniente do "kraft (palavra alemã que significa forte)", produz papéis possuindo uma resistência maior e de coloração escura. Hoje em dia o kraft é muito utilizado em embalagens, no artesanato, nos rolos de papel higiênico e etc.…”
Section: Reciclagem De Papel Kraftunclassified
“…and estimated by NIR Spectroscopy. Samistraro and Muniz (2009) reported NIR based calibrations to estimate the properties of Kraft paper with R 2 in calibrations of 0,88 for burst and of 0,86 for transversal tensile using nine and six latent variables, respectively.…”
Section: Figure 3 Relation Between the Burst Index (Bi) Values Determentioning
“…Regarding to cellulosic pulp, many studies have presented promising results for quantitative analysis of its properties through NIR (Fardim et al 2002, Pereira et al 2015, including the efficiency and Kappa number (Henriksen et al 2005, Alves et al 2007, Santos et al 2014. The investigation of the potential of NIR spectroscopy in order to estimate the mechanical properties of paper is relatively limited, although some studies have presented promising findings (Fardim et al 2005, Trafela et al 2007, Samistraro and Muniz, 2009). To our knowledge, there is no study reporting the use of NIR spectroscopy and multivariate statistics in order to estimate the technological characteristics of nanocellulosic films.…”
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“…Partial least squares PLS is a linear multivariate method for relating the process variables X with responses Y. PLS can analyze data with strongly collinear, noisy, and numerous variables 24 in both X and Y. PLS reduces the dimension of the predictor variables by extracting factors or latent variables that are correlated with Y while capturing a large amount of the variations in X. This means that PLS maximizes the covariance between matrices X and Y.…”
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