It is the mechanical process that is commonly used. iv. Chemi- Thermomechanical Pulping (CTMP): sodium sulphite is added to the wood chips before pulping to allow for better strength of the fibers and high fiber content. The fibers are then preheated at 120-130°c and ground in the refiner. The fibres produced are very flexible with lighter pulp.
Reduction of carbohydrate degradation during the pulping process can be achieved by using anthraquinone as an additive. The soda-AQ process can also utilize the same mechanical recovery that is used for kraft pulping. 3.5 Production of dissolving pulp Dissolving pulp (DP) is a high-grade cellulose pulp that has a very high content of cellulose with low contents of hemicelluloses and lignin. DP is used as a material for viscose rayon, cellophane, chemical additives, and other cellulose derivatives.
In production of Acetone through Isopropanol, this goal of recovering and reusing of materials can be achieved. Isopropanol (IPA) is a key chemical used for production of Acetone through dehydrogenation. However, only a fraction of Isopropanol is converted to Acetone. Therefore, it is necessary to recover as much IPA from Acetone Bottom Product through distillation
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a) deteriored wood b) wood after cleaner c) wood treated just after it was applied d) wood after treatment curing Anti-swelling effectiveness. As known, the wood cell wall is mainly composed of polymers with hydroxyl and other oxygen-containing groups, which attract moisture through hydrogen bonding. As water is added to the cell wall, wood volume increases nearly proportionally to the volume of water added. Swelling increases until the cell wall is saturated: this point is called fiber saturation point. This process is reversible, and wood shrinks as it loses moisture below the fiber saturation point.
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Modelling of chemical systems in Polysulfide pulping process Delignification process and selectivity during kraft pulping The two famous processes for wood pulping are Kraft and Sulphite. Kraft pulping removes the lignin from the wood by the action of Hydroxide ions while sulphite pulping removes lignin from wood by bisulphate ions. However, after the invention recovery boiler in Kraft process, it has out run the Sulphite process. In Kraft pulping lignin is removed in three stages; initial, bulk and residual phase. In the initial stage rate of lignin removal is almost equal to the carbohydrate dissolution , however as the process reaches the bulk stage lignin removal rate increases significantly and carbohydrate dissolution rate decreases and
Fluid Loss Control Additives: Fluid-Loss or Permeability Plugging additive are added to reduce the rate at which water from the cement slurry enters the permeable formations when positive differential pressures exist in the permeable formation. Fluid- loss additives are normally polymers such as cellulose, polyvinyl alcohol, polyalkanolamines and liquid latex (Joel,
2.8 Pulping process The objective of pulping is to solubilize and remove the lignin portion of wood leaving the industrial fiber composed essentially of pure carbohydrate material. While many variations are used throughout the world, the most convenient classification of pulping method is by whether they are acidic or alkaline. Each has its own specific advantages and disadvantages. All process use aqueous systems under heat and pressure. 2.8.1 Sulfite process (acidic process) Lignin will react with the bisulfate ion (HSO3) under acidic conditions to form lignosulfonates (LS) that are soluble in water.
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