Kristina Karlsson

Visiting Researcher at Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Engineering Materials

Kristina Karlsson works with foaming of biopolymers, mainly with extrusion. The project is a subproject within the larger initiative SmartFoam. The goal is to produce environmentally friendly foams by using waste material from the forestry and agricultural sector.

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Showing 19 publications

2019

Extrusion parameters for foaming of a beta-glucan concentrate

Kristina Karlsson, Emanuel Larsson, Niklas Loren et al
Journal of Polymers and the Environment. Vol. 27, p. 1167-1177
Journal article
2019

Extrusion Parameters for Foaming of a β-Glucan Concentrate

Kristina Karlsson, Emanuel Larsson, Niklas Lorén et al
Journal of Polymers and the Environment. Vol. 27 (6), p. 1167-1177
Journal article
2019

Hot-mould foaming of modified hemicelluloses and hydroxypropyl methylcellulose

Kristina Karlsson, Filip Nylander, Malin Lundman et al
Journal of Polymer Research. Vol. 26 (8)
Journal article
2019

Biofabrication of bacterial nanocellulose scaffolds with complex vascular structure

Sanna Sämfors, Kristina Karlsson, Johan Sundberg et al
Biofabrication. Vol. 11 (4)
Journal article
2018

Arabinoxylan and Nanocellulose from a Kilogram-scale Extraction of Barley Husk

Mikaela Börjesson, Linda Härdelin, Filip Nylander et al
BioResources. Vol. 13 (3), p. 6201-6220
Journal article
2018

Chain-length shortening of methyl ethyl hydroxyethyl cellulose: An evaluation of the material properties and effect on foaming ability

Leif Karlsson, Marc Carrillo Aguilera, Kristina Karlsson et al
Journal of Polymers and the Environment. Vol. 26, p. 4211-4220
Journal article
2018

Extensional viscosity of a beta-glucan concentrate

Kristina Karlsson, Marco Berta, Camilla Öhgren et al
, p. 18-18
Paper in proceedings
2018

Flow behaviour and microstructure of a beta-glucan concentrate

Kristina Karlsson, Marco Berta, Camilla Öhgren et al
Journal of Polymers and the Environment. Vol. 26 (8), p. 3352-3361
Journal article
2017

Extensional viscosity of a beta-glucan concentrate

Kristina Karlsson, Marco Berta, Camilla Öhgren et al
Proc. 11th Annual European Rheology Conference, Copenhagen, p. FB6-24
Paper in proceedings
2016

Processing window for extrusion foaming of hydroxypropyl methylcellulose

Kristina Karlsson, Roland Kádár, Mats Stading et al
Cellulose. Vol. 23 (3), p. 1675-1685
Journal article
2016

Foaming of hydroxypropyl methylcellulose

Kristina Karlsson, Erich Schuster, Roland Kádár et al
Proc Nordic Polymer Days, Helsinki 2016, p. 99-
Conference contribution
2016

Making foam from natural polymers

Kristina Karlsson, Erich Schuster, Roland Kádár et al
Proc. Materials for Tomorrow 2016, p. Nr 20-
Conference poster
2015

Foaming of Some Cellulose Derivatives - Initial Studies

Kristina Karlsson
Licentiate thesis
2015

Foaming of hydroxypropyl methyl cellulose: Microstructure and mechanical properties

Kristina Karlsson, Erich Schuster, Marco Berta et al
Proc. Nordic Polymer Days 2015, p. Po 1-
Conference poster
2015

Foaming of hydroxypropyl methylcellulose: Microstructure and mechanical properties

Kristina Karlsson, Erich Schuster, Marco Berta et al
Proc. Materials for Tomorrow 2015, p. Nr 9-
Conference poster
2015

Continuous foaming of hydroxypropyl methylcellulose

Kristina Karlsson, Roland Kádár, Mats Stading et al
5th Intern Conf Biofoams, Sorrento, Italy
Paper in proceedings
2015

Foaming behavior of water-soluble cellulose derivatives: hydroxypropyl methylcellulose and ethyl hydroxyethyl cellulose

Kristina Karlsson, Erich Schuster, Mats Stading et al
Cellulose. Vol. 22 (4), p. 2651-2664
Journal article
2014

Hemicellulose foam

Linda Härdelin, Mikaela Börjesson, Filip Nylander et al
Proc Materials for Tomorrow, p. Nr 24-
Conference poster

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