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Key To Articles In Volume 109 For 2008


December 1, 2008
By Pulp & Paper Canada

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ALLEN, L. H. See WELLS, L.

ALVA-ARGEZ, A. et al. A process integration-based decision support system for the identification of water and energy efficiency improvements in the pulp and paper industry. (T139) 12/1:43.

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AMEND, E. Maintenance matters: Is there a future for maintenance technicians in the industry? 11:6.

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BEAULIEU, S. See BIAN, Y.

BIAN, Y. et al. Improving TMP rejects refining through alkaline peroxide pretreatment: an opportunity for SCA paper? (T17) 2:23.

BICHO, P. Canadian wheat straw: Variability and the effects of outdoor storage on straw and pulp properties. (T104) 10:23.

BOUCHARD, J. Nanocrystalline cellulose: A new material with unimaginable properties. 6:17.

BRAZ, S. See GONALVES, C.

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CHABOT, B. et al. Effect of a synthetic zeolite on free calcium ion build-up in white water. (T49) 3:39.

CHAMBOST, V. et al. Guided tour: Implementing the forest biorefinery (FBR) at existing pulp and paper mills. (T83) 7/8:19.

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DANEAULT, C. See CHABOT, B.

DAVIES, D. PacWest 2008, a successful formula. 9:20.

DAVIES, D. The perception of industry. 12/1:54.

DE LA ROCHE, I. Taking Action. 4:38.

DORT, A. See MACLEOD, M.

DOUGLAS, B. Energy and exchange rates set the agenda for chemical prices. 1:11.

DUO, W. et al. Reducing fossil fuel use in hogged fuel power boilers. (T72) 6:25.

DYLKE, E. et al. Advanced pulp screen rotor technology provides electrical energy savings at Canfor-Northwood. (T33) 2:39.

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ERKKIL, A-L. See LEPPNEN, T.

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FAUBERT, M. See VAN LIEROP, B.

FOWLER, L. See DYLKE, E.

FRIGON, P. See GRATTON, M. F.

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GAGN, A. See WELLS, L.

GAUDREAULT, C. et el. Environmental benchmarking of energy-related kraft mill modifications using LCA. (T121) 12/1:23.

GONALVES, C. et al. Chloride and potassium removal efficiency of an ash leaching system. (T43) 3:33.

GRATTON, M. F. et al. Predicting lint propensity of paper at the mill: a test that works. (T4) 1:34.

GREEN, S. I. See KHN, R.

GREENBAUM, P. J. Finally: Is there light ahead? 7/8:8.

GREENBAUM, P. J. The case for Brazil. 9:6.

GREENBAUM, P. J. New China. 10:11.

GREENBAUM, P. J. The ways of India: A tiger emerges. 11:10.

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J. HMLINEN, See LEPPNEN, T.

HEITNER, C. See BIAN, Y.

HUANG, F. et al. Effect of primary stage refining temperature on fibre and paper properties of jack pine TMP.(T135) 12/1:39.

HUNTER, C. See TRAER, J.

HUNTER, C. Due diligence for supervisors. 2:20.

HUNTER, C. Heat stress. 5:46.

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JIANG, Z-H. See VAN LIEROP, B.

JINNAH, N. Industry analyst forecasts transition year. 3:22.

JONES, A. K. see TRAN, H.

JOSS, B. A personal history of EXFOR. 3:23.

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KANKKONEN, S. See VAKKILAINEN, E. K.

KARIDIO, I. See DUO, W.

KEECH, G. See WELLS, L.

KOEPENICK, M. Mastering “materials science”. 6:16.

KOEPENICK, M. Seeing the big picture. 6:20.

KHN, R. et al. On site measurements of kraft pulp pump system efficiency. 4:23.

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LAFLAMME-MAYER, M. al. Methodology for using real-time process data for cost modeling and supply chain decision support in the pulp and paper industry. (T54) 3:44.

LAPERRIRE, L. See LI, Y.

LANOUETTE, R. See LI, Y.

LANOUETTE, R. See RAMINOSOA, .

LANOUETTE, R. See HUANG, F.

LAVERTU, Y. Starting over. 9:5.

LAVERTU, Y. When transparency becomes a problem for a newspaper. 9:15.

LAVERTU, Y. A forum to build ties. 10:5.

LAVERTU, Y. Tuesday night on Earth. 11:5.

LAVERTU, Y. Three plants in the new century. 11:14.

LAVERTU, Y. To be or not to be there… 12/1:5.

LAW, K. See HUANG, F.

LAZAR, A. Beyond Debate. 2:46.

LEIDL, D. And the survey says: B2B is where you need to be. 2:8.

LEIDL, D. Maximizing potential. 3:14.

LEIDL, D. Greener money. 5:8. LEIDL, D. Conference offers honest assessment. 5:42.

LEIDL, D. As long as it burns, it’s gold. 6:8.

LEIDL. D. Tiny bugs, big problems. 7/8:11.

LEIDL, D. Making the pest of it all. 7/8:13.

LEPPNEN, T. et al. Effect of fibre orientation structure on simulated cockling of paper. (T25) 2:31.

LI, Y. et al. Chip properties monitoring and control: A key factor in reducing TMP specific energy. (T92) 9:24.

LINDSTRAND, N. Mill took initiative of joint automation project. 7/8:17.

LINDSTRAND, N. The laboratory is moving closer to the process: Operators get quicker answers when they take over testing. 7/8:28.

LINKEWICH, J. See LAFLAMMEMAYER,

M. LITTLE, J. E. Forest industry’s dilemma: Spotting the winners. 1:50.

LITTLE, J. E. Safest Mill in Canada Contest. 3:10.

LITTLE, J. E. So why benchmark? 4:31.

LITTLE, J. E. Energy on the cost-cutting list. 6:38.

LITTLE, J. E. The pursuit of World Class Safety. 10:14.

LOEHL, C. Climate change: What do we know exactly? 9:30.

LUNN, R. See TAYLOR, K.

LUTZ, E. Identification and analysis of energy saving projects in a kraft mill. (T67) 5:13.

LYNCH, H. Building a strong worforce: one employee at a time. 2:12.

LYNCH, H. State of the industry. 4:8.

LYNCH, H. The value of green. 5:28.

LYNCH, H. Machine clothing. 9:10.

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MACHATTIE, R. See PAAVOLA, A.

MACLOED, M. et al. Crushing: Is this any way to treat overthick hardwood chips for kraft pulping? (T98) 10:17.

MANGIN, P. J. EXFOR and Paper-Week 2008. 3:54.

MARTIN, G. See GAUDREAULT, C.

MCCORMICK, C. The bioactive paper chase. 1:17.

MCCORMICK, C. Forest Stewardship. 5:24.

MCCORMICK, C. Clear water revival: tools for reducing nutrient enrichment and endocrine disruption. 7/8:15.

MCCORMICK, C. Investing in the future. 12/1:6.

MCNUTT, J. See CHAMBOST, V.

MCRAE, M. See BICHO, P.

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NI, Y. See BIAN, Y.

NYLEN, K. See PRYKE, D. C.

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OLSON, J. A. See DYLKE, E.

ORZECHOWSKA, A. AV Nackawic: Young management and a strong future. 4:19.

ORZECHOWSKA, A. Close up and far away, 6:5.

ORZECHOWSKA, A. Embracing adaptation. 7/8:5.

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PAAVOLA, A. et al. Profiling porosity in real time. (T1) 1:31.

PERSI, S. See WELLS, L.

PETT, S. The enduring art of papermaking. (reprinted with permission from the Montreal Gazette) 5:20.

PFLUEGER, C. See DYLKE, E.

POULIN, B. See ALVA-ARGEZ, A.

PRYKE, D. C. et al. Progress towards “best in class”: A summary of bleaching chemical consumption reduction and optimization. (T13) 1:43.

PRUSZYNSKI, P. Modern calendering and specialty chemicals -from a supplier’s perspective. 2:16.

PRUSZYNSKI, P. See WELLS, L.

PUIG, F. See GONALVES, C.

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RAMINOSOA, . Development of fibre fractions during thermomechani cal pulping of jack pine. (T116) 11:24.

RAPOPORT, I. Three steps of preventative maintenance. 6:21.

ROY, A. See WELLS, L.

RUEL, M. At last, data at your service. 10:6.

RYDER, N. Starting with a bang. 1:7.

RYDER, N. A little perspective. 2:5.

RYDER, N. Media coverage of the industry. 3:5.

RYDER, N. Economic realities at PAPTAC. 4:6.

RYDER, N. Controlling our destiny. 5:6.

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SAMSON, R. See GAUDREAULT, C.

SAVULESCU, L. See ALVAARGEZ, A.

SAVITZ, A. W. Finding the environmental sweet spot. 5:32.

SHENASSA, R. See GONALVES, C.

STUART, P. See LAFLAMMEMAYER, M.

STUART, P. See CHAMBOST, V.

STUART, P. Getting value from research: NSERC Environmental Design Engineering Chair at cole Polytechnique. 7/8:34.

STUART, P. See GAUDREAULT, C.

SUUTELA, J. See VAKKILAINEN, E. K.

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TANDRA, D. See TRAN, H.

TAYLOR, K. et al. Detailed chemical analysis of dirt specks in Celgar offgrade pulp. 5:34.

THIBODEAU, J. B. See CHABOT, B.

TONG, E. See TAYLOR, K.

TRAN, H. See GONALVES, C
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TRAN, H. et al. Development of low-pressure sootblowing technology. (T129) 12/1:32.

TRAER, J. Maintenance workers -In the line of fire. 1:28.

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ULOTH, V. See DUO, W.

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VAKKILAINEN, E.K. et al. Advanced efficiency options: Increasing electricity generating potential from pulp mills. (T62) 4:14.

VAN LIEROP, B. et al. High-temperature extraction in a bleaching sequence: Comparing single and double pressurized tower configurations. (T38) 3:28.

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WELLS, L. et al. Application of pyrolysis GC/MS in the development of a chemical retention and stickies control program for a 100% recycled newsprint mill. (T109) 11:17.

WISING, U. See. GAUDREAULT, C.

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YAKABUSKI, K. ain’t pretty (reprinted with permission from the Globe and Mail). 1:23.

YAKABUSKI, K. Thinking outside the woodbox (reprinted with permission from the Globe and Mail). 3:25.

YUAN, Z. See. BIAN, Y.

BY TITLE OR SUBJECT

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A FORUM to build ties. Y. Lavertu. 10:5.

A LITTLE PERSPECTIVE. N. Ryder. 2:5.

B

BEYOND DEBATE. Canada’s economic slowdown means government and industry must work harder and smarter to regain competitive advantage. A. Lazar. 2:46.

BIO-FUELS. As long as it burns, it’s gold. D. Leidl. 6:8.

BLEACHING. High-temperature extraction in a bleaching sequence: Comparing single and double pressurized tower configuration. B. van Lierop et. al. (T38) 3:28.

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CALENDERING. Modern calendering and specialty chemicals -from a supplier’s perspective. P. Pruszynski. 2:16.

CAPITAL EXPENDITURES. State of the industry. H. Lynch. 4:8.

CARBON NEUTRAL. Greener Money. D. Leidl. 5:8.

CHEMICAL ANALYSES. Detailed chemical analyses of dirt specks in Celgar off-grade pulp. K. Taylor et al. 5:34.

It CHEMICAL REPORT. Energy and exchange rates set the agenda for chemical prices. B. Douglas. 1:11.

CHIP PROPERTIES. Crushing: Is this any way to treat overthick hardwood chips for kraft pulping? M. Macloed et al. (T98) 10:17.

CLIMATE CHANGE: what do we know exactly? C. Loehl. 9:30.

CLOSE UP and far away. A. Orzechowska. 6:5.

CONTROLLING our destiny. N. Ryder. 5:6.

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DECISION SUPPORT. Methodology for using real-time process data for cost modeling and supply chain decision support in the pulp and paper industry. M. Laflamme-Mayer et al. (T54) 3:44.

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ECONOMIC REALITIES at PAPTAC. N. Ryder. 4:6.

EDUCATION. Building a strong workforce: one employee at a time. H. Lynch. 2:12.

EMBRACING ADAPTATION. A. Orzechowska. 7/8:5.

EMPLOYMENT. Maintenance matters: Is there a future for maintenance technicians in the industry? E. Amend. 11:6.

ENERGY on the cost-cutting list. J. E. Little. 6:38.

ENERGY CONSERVATION. Advanced pulp screen rotor technology provides electrical energy savings at Canfor-Northwood. E. Dylke et al. (T33) 2:39.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY. Advanced efficiency options: Increasing electricity generating potential from pulp mills. E. K. Vakkilainen. (T62) 4:14.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY. Identification and analysis of energy saving projects in a kraft mill. E. Lutz. (T67) 5:13.

ENERGY EFFICIENCY. A process integration-based decision support system for the identification of water and energy efficiency improvements in the pulp and paper industry. A. Alav-

Argez et al. (T139) 12/1:43.

EVENT. PacWest 2008, a successful formula. D. Davies. 9:21.

EXFOR. 2008: EXFOR and Paper-Week. 3:18.

EXFOR and Paperweek 2008. P. J. Mangin. 3:54.

EXFOR. A personal history of EXFOR. B. Joss. 3:23.

EXFOR. Dumontier re-elected chairman, three new councillors. 3:18. EXFOR. Industry analyst forecasts transition year. N. Jinnah. 3:22. EXFOR. Many more recognized. 3:20.

EXFOR. PAPTAC honours its members. 3:19.

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FINANCIAL ANALYSIS. It Ain’t Pretty. K. Yakabuski (reprinted with permission from the Globe and Mail). 1:23.

FINANCIAL ANALYSIS. Thinking outside the woodbox. K. Yakabuski (reprinted with permission from the Globe and Mail). 3:25.

FINDING the environmental sweet spot. A. W. Savitz. 5:32.

FOREST INDUSTRY’S DILEMMA: Spotting the winners! J. E. Little. 1:50.

FOREST STEWARDSHIP. Redefining forestry practices for a world that is paying attention to the process. C. McCormick. 5:24.

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GETTING VALUE FROM RESEARCH. NSERC Environmental design engineering chair at cole Polytechnique. P. Stuart. 7/8: 34.

GLOBAL FOREST AND PAPER INDUSTRY CONFERENCE. Conference offers honest assessment. D. Leidl. 5:42.

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HEALTH AND SAFETY. The pursuit of World Class Safety. J. E. Little. 10:14.

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INDUSTRY PERCEPTION. The perception of industry. D. Davies.

12/1:54

INSTRUMENTATION. At last, data at your service. M. Ruel. 10:6.

INTERNATIONAL PULP BLEACHING CONFERENCE. Three plants in the new century. Y. Lavertu. 11:14.

INTERNATIONAL TRENDS. The case for Brazil. P. J. Greenbaum. 9:6.

INTERNATIONAL TRENDS. New China. P. J. Greenbaum. 10:11.

INTERNATIONAL TRENDS. The ways of India: A tiger emerges. P. J. Greenbaum. 11:10.

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KEY TO ARTICLES. 12/1:47.

KRAFT MILLS. Environmental benchmarking of energy-related kraft mill modifications using LCA. C. Gaudreault et el. (T121) 12/1:23.

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LUBRICATION, BEARINGS, CORROSION. Three steps of preventative maintenance. I. Rapoport. 6:21.

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MACHINE CLOTHING. Supporting quality, sustaining efficiency: the machine clothing experts weigh in. H. Lynch. 9:10.

MARKETING. And the survey says: B2B is where you need to be. D. Leidl. 2:8.

MECHANICAL PAPERS. Effect of a synthetic zeolite on free calcium ion build-up in white water. B. Chabot et al. (T49) 3:39.

MEDIA COVERAGE of the industry. N. Ryder. 3:5.

MILL. Mill took initiative of joint automation project. N. Lindstrand. 7/8: 17.

MILL. The enduring art of papermaking. S. Pett (reprinted with permission from the Montreal Gazette). 5:20.

MILL. Investing in the future. C. McCormick. 12/1:6.

MILL PROFILE. AV Nackawick: Young management and a strong future. A. Orzechowska. 4:19.

MOUNTAIN PINE BEETLE. Making the pest of it all. D. Leidl. 7/8: 13.

MOUNTAIN PINE BEETLE. Tiny bugs, big problems. D. Leidl. 7/8: 11.

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NANOTECHNOLOGY. Mastering “materials science.” M. Koepenick. 6:16.

NANOTECHNOLOGY. Nanocrytal line cellulose: A new technology with unimaginable properties. J. Bouchard. 6:17.

NANOTECHNOLOGY. Seeing the big picture. M. Koepenick. 6:20.

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OPTIMIZATION: Progress towards “best in class”: A summary of bleaching chemical consumption reduction and optimization. D. C. Pryke et al. (T13) 1:43.

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PAPER PROPERTIES. Profiling porosity in real time. A. Paavola et al. (T1) 1:31.

PAPER PROPERTIES. Predicting lint propensity of paper at the mill: a test that works. M. F. Gratton et al. (T4) 1:34.

PAPER PROPERTIES. Improving TMP rejects refining through alkaline peroxide pre-treatment: an opportunity for SCA paper? Y. Bian et al. (T17) 2:23.

PAPER PROPERTIES. Effect of fibre orientation structure on simulated cockling of paper. T. Leppnen et al. (T25) 2:31.

PAPTAC EXFOR AND ANNUAL MEETING 2009. Preliminary program. 12/1:10.

PAPTAC EXFOR AND ANNUAL MEETING 2009. Exhibitors listing. 12/1:15.

PERFORMANCE EVALUATION. Chloride and potassium removal efficiency of an ash leaching system. C. Gonlaves et al. (T43) 3:33.

PLANT OPTIMIZATION. Maximizing potential. D. Leidl. 3:14.

POLLUTION CONTROL. Reducing fossil fuel use in hogged fuel power boilers. W. Duo et al. (T72) 6: 25.

PROCESS OPTIMIZATION. The laboratory is moving closer to the process: Operators get quicker answers when they take over testing. N. Lindtrand. 7/8:29.

PULP PUMP EFFICIENCY. On-site measurements of kraft pulp pump system efficiency. R. Khn et al. 4:23.

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RE
COVERY BOILERS. Development of low-pressure sootblowing technology. H. Tran et al. (T129) 12/1: 32.

RECYCLED FIBRES. Application of pyrolysis GC/MS in the development of a chemical retention and stickies control program for a 100% recycled newsprint mill. L. Wells et al. (T109) 11:17.

RECYCLING. The value of green. H. Lynch. 5:29.

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. The bioactive paper chase. C. McCormick. 1:17.

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SAFEST MILL in J.E. Canada contest. Little. 3:10.

SAFEST MILL. So why benchmark? J. E. Little. 4:31.

SAFETY. Maintenance workers -In the line of fire. J. Traer and C. Hunter. 1:28.

SAFETY MATTERS. Due diligence for supervisors. C. Hunter. 2:20.

SAFETY MATTERS. Heat stress. C. Hunter. 5:46.

SHEET POROSITY. When transparency becomes a problem for a newspaper. Y. Lavertu. 9:15.

SODA PULPS. Canadian wheat straw: Variability and the effects of outdoor storage on straw and pulp properties. P. Bicho et al. (T104) 10: 23. STARTING over. Y. Lavertu. 9:5.

STARTING with a bang. N. Ryder. 1:7.

STATE OF THE INDUSTRY. Finally: is there light ahead? P. J. Greenbaum. 7/8:8.

STRATEGIC PLANNING. Guided tour: Implementing the forest biorefinery (FBR) at existing pulp and paper mills. V. Chambost et al. (T83) 7/8:19.

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TAKING ACTION: Reinventing and transforming he industry. I.De la Roche. 4:38.

THERMOMECHANICAL PULPS. Development of fibre fractions during thermomechanical pulping of jack pine. . Raminosoa et al (T116) 11:24.

THERMOMECHANICAL PULPS. Effect of primary stage refining temperature on fibre and paper properties of jack pine TMP. F. Huang et al. (T135) 12/1:39.

TMP CONTROL. Chip properties monitoring and control: A key factor in reducing TMP specific energy. Y. Li et al. (T92) 9:24.

TO BE or not to be there. Y. Lavertu. 12/1:5

TUESDAY NIGHT on Earth. Y. Lavertu. 11:5.

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WASTEWATER. Clear water revival: tools for reducing nutrient enrichment and endocrine disruption. C. McCormick. 7/8:15.

Y

YEAR IN REVIEW. Four seasons of change. 12/1:18.

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