John M. Considine
John M. ConsidineFiber and Chemical Sciences Research
Materials Research Engineer
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- Use of VFM (Virtual Fields Method) for stiffness identification in thin web materials
- Determination of stiffness variation (heterogeneity) in paper and paperboard
- Constitutive behavior of paper and paperboard
- Full-field experimental displacement techniques on orthotropic materials
- Property optimization for increased end-use performance of cellulosic materials
- Time, temperature and moisture effects on paper and paperboard
- Heterogeneity characterization of materials
- Full-field displacement measurement techniques
Conservation of the US cellulose fiber resource reduces landfill requirements, transportation costs and improves industry competitiveness.
- University of Wisconsin - Madison, Ph.D. Materials Science Program , 2013
- University of Wisconsin - Madison, M.S. Engineering Mechanics , 1986
- University of Wisconsin - Madison, B.S. Engineering Mechanics , 1985
- Society of Experimental Mechanics Member: Inverse Methods Technical Division, Member
- Technical Association of the Pulp and Paper Industry (TAPPI), Member
|Publication Year: 2017|
Highlight ID: 1283
|Local stiffness variation of paperboard examined in uniaxial tension|
Small regions of heterogeneity in paper stiffness can provide places for sheets to fail. Forest Service researchers are the first to develop methods for measuring local stiffness of paper. ...
|Publication Year: 2013|
Highlight ID: 444
|New Method Measures Localized Stiffness of Thin Paper Materials with a Single Test|
Forest Products Laboratory researchers have developed a method to measure localized stiffness of thin paper materials with a single test. Although developed for use on problems in the paper industry, this equipment and analysis are equally useful for ...
|Research Projects serving in the role of Principal Investigator|
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|Paper and Fiber Physics|
Total affiliated publications: 13
|Why Using Forest Products is Good for Forests|
Toilet Paper By Dusk - stock.adobe.com Forest Products Laboratory researcher John Considine lends his expertise to help Rayonier Incorporated explain why what they do is so essential. Learn why trees are an irreplaceable ingredient in so many household products, even in the soft paper roll right...
|A Major League Epidemic:|
Researchers at the Forest Products Laboratory (FPL) have been studying bat breakage for nearly a decade. Research materials engineer John Considine recently stopped by Madison’s WORT FM’s 8 O’Clock Buzz to discuss the project’s progress and how scientists have worked to make wooden bats safe...
|2015 Director's Awards Presented|
Michael T. Rains, Director of the Forest Products Laboratory (FPL) and Northern Research Station (NRS), today presented the 2015 Director’s Awards to 10 exceptional employees furthering scientific advancement at the two research facilities. Rains praised the honorees for their impacts and contribu...
|Advances in Microfibrillated Cellulose Films|
MFC (microfibrillated cellulose) has recently become a major area of research, as it offers promising advantages as a reinforcement in composites materials. It has the potential for replacing synthetic fibers in applications where post-use biodegradability is beneficial. This material is extracted f...
|A Winning Paper...on Paper|
A journal article authored by Forest Products Laboratory researchers David Vahey (retired) and John Considine has been selected as the TAPPI Journal Best Research Paper for 2013...
|Recyclable, Compostable Stamps That Last “Forever”|
Do you remember the last time you licked a stamp? Maybe not, and for good reason: 20 years have passed since the U.S. Postal Service (USPS) first started transitioning from “lickable” stamps to the peel-and-stick squares we use today, called “pressure-sensitive adhesive” stamps by those in t...