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  • Biorefinery of Oil Palm Empty Fruit Bunch by Nitric Acid Prehydrolysis Soda Cooking : Production of Furfural and Dissolving Pulp  [in Japanese]

    アグスタ サモドラ プトラ , 中川 明子 , 梶山 幹夫 , 大井 洋

    … 硝酸前加水分解物中のフルフラール収率は,酸触媒による脱水によってEFB材料重量の6.2%に増加した。 …

    JAPAN TAPPI JOURNAL 72(6), 650-657, 2018

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  • Efficient Use of the Residue of Bio-Fuel Production : Paper Production from Sweet Sorghum  [in Japanese]

    OHNO Atsushi , HARA Shinichi , NITTA Youji , SHIOTSU Fumitaka , ASAGI Naomi , HOMMA Takashi

    … It has been 20 years since they started research sweet sorghum as a bio-fuel at Ibaraki University. … It is a great progress. … There remains a lot of cellulose after sugar extraction in the sweet sorghum. … Since it is true that it costs a lot to make pulp from the residue, reduction of pulping cost is the first problem to solve. …

    JAPAN TAPPI JOURNAL 67(4), 364-368, 2013-04-01

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  • The Making of Paper Contributes to Local Environment-Paper Made from Bamboo-:-Paper Made from Bamboo-  [in Japanese]

    Kawata Masato

    … Since well controlled bamboo forests produce a good quality of bamboo shoot, it is said that we need to eliminate bamboo older than five years every year. …

    JAPAN TAPPI JOURNAL 63(1), 61-65, 2009

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  • The Influence for Operational Factors by the Diversification of the Wood Species  [in Japanese]

    Morikoshi Tamotsu

    … The change in operational factors due to the increase in ratio of imported wood chips and diversification of wood species by afforestation, has recently become a problem. … It is thought that in the future as diversification of wood species advances, there is a possibility of it becoming difficult to continue to stabilize operation.<BR>The decline of the bulk specific gravity of the hardwood chip and changed bleach-ability of the chip combination aggravates productivity at Sendai Mill. …

    JAPAN TAPPI JOURNAL 60(7), 1043-1049, 2006

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  • Layer Separation of Kenaf Bast Fiber and the Influence of Each Layer to the Kenaf Bast Paper Strength

    Wang Yu , Suwinarti Wiwin , Fujiwara Shinji , Sameshima Kazuhiko , Cheng Zhou

    … The higher the section, the lower the number of secondary phloem layers.<br>Layer separation was made at the middle part of a stem and the fiber length, the weight, the viscosity (copper ethylene diamine, CED) were measured. … The primary phloem had lower viscosity.<br>The five sample paper sheets [ A) only secondary phloem, B) no separation, C) and D) increased P/S ratio, and E) only primary phloem] pulps were prepared from the lower part of a stem and subjected to paper strength tests. …

    JAPAN TAPPI JOURNAL 59(9), 1354-1366, 2005

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  • Physical Structure Characterization of High Viscosity Kenaf Bast Pulps

    Keshk Sherif , Suwinarti Wiwin , Sameshima Kazuhiko

    … The high viscosity kenaf bast pulps were prepared by using three different methods (A, B and C) and their viscosity values were 109, 63 and 102 cP, respectively. …

    JAPAN TAPPI JOURNAL 59(12), 1833-1843, 2005

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  • A New Pulping Method for Non-wood Fiber Resources for the Purpose of Lightening the Loading to Environment

    Suzuki Kyoji , Hoshino Kayoko , Ide Tetsuo , Ide Takefumi , Yoda Kiyoshi , Hiyoshi Tsutomu , Nakata Kojiro

    … The soft pressure type kneading machine (New Taizen) which has been used as useful deinking machine was attempted to use as a new instrument for the pulping of non-wood resources. … We applied it to the straws.<BR>It was revealed that this new pulping method is hopeful for the straws, especially for a rice straw. …

    JAPAN TAPPI JOURNAL 57(8), 1138-1141,028, 2003

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