46th International Annual Symposium DITP

Wednesday, 20.11.2019

15.00–16.45

DIGITALISATION CONTINUES

THE FUTURE OF PAPER INDUSTRY AND DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION – Stephane Duchatelle, Robert Mihalyi; ABB AG (AT)

READY FOR THE FUTURE OF PAPERMAKING WITH DUOSHAKE DIGITAL GENERATION – Benjamin Kitze; Voith Paper Rolls GmbH&Co KG (AT) 

PAPER PACKAGING TESTING FOR THE GLOBALIZED MARKET – Igor Karlovits, Urška Kavčič, Gregor Lavrič; Pulp and Paper Institute (SI)
LUBRICATION GOES DIGITAL – Hans-Georg Weber; SKF Lubrication Systems Germany GmbH (DE)

 


Thursday, 21.11.2019

9.00–10.45

MATERIALS FOR CIRCULAR BIOECONOMY

 

PROPERTIES OF CELLULOSE FIBERS OBTAINED FROM CORN STOVER AND WHEAT STRAW – Jan Hočevar1, Janja Zule2, Primož Titan3, Jernej Iskra1,3; 1University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Chemistry and Chemical Technology, 2Pulp and Paper Institute, 3RGA research genetics and agrochemistry, Ltd (SI)

 

GRAPHIC PRODUCTS MADE FROM JAPANESE KNOTWEED – Diana Gregor Svetec, Gregor Franken, Klementina Možina; University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering (SI)

 

THE EFFECT OF NANOCELLULOSE ADDITION ON THE PROPERTIES OF WATER-BASED POLYVINYL ACETATE ADHESIVE – Barbara Šumiga1, Tea Kapun1, Boštjan Šumiga2, Matjaž Kunaver3; 1Pulp and Paper Institute, 2University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering, 3National Institute of Chemistry (SI)

 

EVALUATION OF THE ENVIRONMENTAL FOOTPRINT OF SUSTAINABLE, RENEWABLE MATERIAL: AN EXAMPLE OF NANOFIBRILLATED CELLULOSE – Janez Turk1, Katja Malovrh Rebec1, Primož Oven2, Ida Poljanšek2, Anja Lešek1, Davor Kvočka1; 1Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute, 2University of Ljubljana, Biotechnical Faculty (SI)

10.45–11.30 Coffee break + poster presentations

 


 

 

11.30–13.15

 

INNOVATIONS IN FIBER TREATMENT

 

IMPROVED STRENGTH DEVELOPMENT OF UNBLEACHED SOFTWOOD KRAFT PULP IN LAB REFINING THROUGH PRIMARY FINES ADDITION – Daniel Mandlez, Lukas Jagiello, Rene Eckhart, Wolfgang Bauer; Graz University of Technology, Institute of Paper, Pulp and Fiber Technology (AT)

 

INTELLIGENT REFINING TO CONTRIBUTE MINIMIZED OPERATING COSTS, OPTIMAL QUALITY AND INCREASED STABILITY – SOLUTIONS AND RESULTS – Juha-Pekka Juhtanen; Valmet GesmbH (AT)

 

LATEST ANDRITZ TECHNOLOGIES IN SCREENING AND DEWATERING – Thomas Schiffer; Andritz AG (AT)

 

EXPERT SYSTEM APPROACH FOR OPTIMIZATION OF FIBRE PRODUCTION PROCESSES – Balazs David1,2, David B. DeVallance1,2, Miklos Kresz1,2, Leatitia Marrot1,2, Anna Sandak1,2, Jakub Sandak1,2, Bojan Borin3, Ema Fabjan3, Janja Zule3; 1Innorenew CoE, 2University of Primorska, 3Pulp and Paper Institute (SI)

13.15–14.30 Lunch

14.30–16.15

EFFICIENT RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN PRODUCTION

OPERATIONAL COST REDUCTION IN A PAPER MILL – Michael Kremsner; Flowtec Industrietechnik GmbH (AT)

 

HEAT RECOVERY SYSTEM INCREASED EFFICIENCY FOR STARCH PLANTS – Stefan Divjak; GAW technologies GmbH (AT)

 

MODERN PREPARATION AND CLEANING OF RECYCLED FIBERS – Nikolaj Orasche; KWI International Environmental Treatment GmbH (AT)

 

THE USE OF RECYCLED MATERIALS FROM PAPER PRODUCTION FOR GEOTECHNICAL STRUCTURE: THE EU PROJECT PAPERCHAIN – Karmen Fifer Bizjak1, Justina Šepetavc2, Ana Mladenovič1, Barbara Likar1, Stanislav Lenart1; 1Slovenian National Building and Civil Engineering Institute, 2Vipap Videm Krško d.d. (SI)

 

POSTERS

ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF TWO-LAYER COATING WITH OIL, GREASE BARRIER AND INCORPORATED MICROCAPSULES – Daša Medvešček1, Mateja Zajc1, Aleš Palatinus2, Jelena Vasiljević3, Barbara Golja3, Boštjan Šumiga3; 1Pulp and Paper Institute, 2Papirnica Vevče d.o.o., 3University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering (SI)

 

DEVELOPMENT AND DESIGN OF AN INTERACTIVE STUDY MATERIAL WITH THE CONTENT OF PRINTING PROCESSES – Simona Perovšek, Deja Muck, Helena Gabrijelčič Tomc; University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Natural Sciences and Engineering (SI)