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JOURNAL OF IMAGING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Volume 49, Number 6, November/December 2005
 

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JOURNAL OF IMAGING SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY®
· Volume 49, Number 6, November/December 2005
Original manuscript received February 4, 2005
IS&T Member
Corresponding Author: P. D. Fleming, III, Dan.fleming@wmich.edu
©2005, IS&T--The Society for Imaging Science and Technology
pigment particle size distribution, particle shape, binder
type, film shrinkage, drying conditions, coating holdout,
and coating weight.6
Research groups studying the
roughness and its effect on gloss have agreed upon the
fact that common roughness numbers are insufficient
to predict gloss.9
It sometimes occurs that the rougher
surfaces have higher gloss. Among the classical
roughness measuring methods, the Parker Print-Surf
(PPS) method has been widely used in the paper and
printing industries because of the possibility of
measuring roughness at different pressures, 500­1000­

  

Source: Abubakr, Said - Department of Paper Engineering, Chemical Engineering, and Imaging, Western Michigan University

 

Collections: Engineering