Simulation of Electrophotographic Development
Abstract:Developer motion and the development process were simulated for a two-component electrophotographic developer containing hard magnetic carrier and nonmagnetic toner in the field of a rotating magnetic core. The simulation was performed with C++ code, using parallel processing resources on the Velocity cluster of the Cornell Theory Center. Results show interesting behavior characteristic of two-component development with a rotating magnetic core that can be contrasted to that of conventional toning systems having fixed magnets.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2003
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