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Title : Paper Flow Simulation Using Abaqus
Company : SIMULIA
File Name : paper-flow-simulation-using-abaqus-2010.pdf
Size : 98881
Type : application/pdf
Date : 09-Jul-2011

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Paper transport is one of the areas under media handling methods where papers are transported by rollers through different path ways. The challenge in media handling is to transport the paper smoothly with out jam or in-plane deviation (paper skew). The smooth flow of paper is influenced by grade of paper, complexity of flow path, roller speed, roller pre-loads and significantly the roller material. It is also costly and difficult to develop a physical flow path testing. Hence, there is a high demand for computer simulation to study the paper flow behavior under different path configurations. In this study a typical printer flow path is considered for paper transport simulation and is carried out with different grades of papers. This study also determines the under driven and overdriven conditions of the paper through a flow path configuration. The paper flow simulation is carried in Abaqus V6.8. The Analysis results and lessons learned from this simulation in Abaqus are presented here.
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