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Experimental and Numerical Study on the Bead-Carry-Out in Two-Component Development Process in Electrophotography

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Abstract:

Experimental and numerical investigations have been carried out on the bead-carry-out phenomenon of electromagnetic bead chains in two-component development process of electrophotography. Electrostatic pull-off characteristics were measured in a magnetic field and then it was clarified how the critical pull-off field intensity to break chains and the amount of pulled-off carriers depended on the bead diameter and the magnetic field. Magnetic bonding force and electrostatic pull-off force were estimated numerically to discuss these experimental results. It was clarified that the bead-carry-out phenomenon can be predicted qualitatively from the comparison of calculated magnetic force and electrostatic force.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2003-01-01

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