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    • Viscoelastic web curl due to storage in wound rolls 

      Pan, S.; Azoug, Aurelie; Good, J. K. (Oklahoma State University, 2019-06)
      While bending strains result from any web being wound at a radius of curvature into a roll, these bending strains are largest for the thicker homogeneous webs and laminates. Many webs are viscoelastic on some time scale ...
    • Web length creep in wound rolls 

      Mollamahmutoglu, C.; Gajjalla, A.; Markum, Ron E.; Azoug, Aurelie; Good, J. K. (Oklahoma State University, 2019-06)
      For convenience, webs are stored in wound rolls. The available web length in a wound roll is one mark of roll quality and a concern for many who process and convert webs. Elastic winding models have proven very precise at ...
    • Wound roll structures and practical applications 

      Michal, Neal J. (Oklahoma State University, 2019-06)
      Winding is an integral process in the manufacturing and converting of nearly all web materials such as paper, film, tissue, nonwovens, aluminum and steel. Wound rolls are the most convenient, economical, and most prevalent ...