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International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science
Creasing and folding of paperboard are two essential operations to obtain a well-defined shape and strength of a package. Relative Crease Strength, RCS, is specified for process control of creasing and folding and is defined as the ratio between the maximal bending force for a crease and uncreased sample bend to the bending angle of 30 degrees at a rate of 5 degrees/sec. Thus, the present work had as objective to evaluate RCS measured in real industrial samples used for process control ofdoi:10.22161/ijaers.5.8.33 fatcat:7sl3haakwnhghg5qshykmqflou