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Boosting convertibility and printability of packaging

The proposal for The Bioeconomy Research Programme 2018–2020 consists of a number of programme areas containing a variety of research topics. The programme areas each address mutual questions and opportunities of great interest to a consortium of RISE customers. All programme areas are planned for three years.

An understanding of how material properties and operations contribute to package performance may have a substantial economic impact. We will address development of test, measurement and simulation methods that provide insights into printability and convertibility of packaging in order to predict the performance of a package. The most important deliverables will be an understanding of how different fibres contribute to package performance, test and measurement methods, the oretical models and numerical tools that can be used in the industry.


Mikael Nygårds
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Li Yang
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