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The Differences Between Sonically and Mechanically Determined Elastic Moduli of Paper

  • George L. Batten (a1)

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This paper examines the differences between sonically- and mechanically-determined paper elastic moduli. Four factors are examined for their contributions to observed differences. Two factors, thermodynamics and the low frequency approximation, relate to the sonic method; the other two factors, load cell stiffness and paper viscoelasticity, relate to the mechanical method. When all four factors are given proper consideration, the differences between the two methods are reduced to the order of experimental error. Quantitative relationships between the two moduli are given.

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The Differences Between Sonically and Mechanically Determined Elastic Moduli of Paper

  • George L. Batten (a1)

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