Study on Modeling of Fuser-generated Curled Sheets and a Prediction of Dog-Ear Defect in a Sheet-feeding Unit Using a Three-dimensional Sheet-feeding Simulation
Abstract:Modeling of curled sheet for three-dimensional sheet feeding simulation was studied. Dimension and stiffness of curled sheet that affected by moisture content of sheet was studied experimentally. Curled sheet was modeled by using obtained sheet characteristics, and three-dimensional sheet feeding simulation was executed by using the model. It was confirmed that our model can simulate dog-eared defect of fuser-generated curled sheet in sheet feeding unit.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2006
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