Modeling the electrostatic component of toner adhesion and detachment
Abstract:In this paper, we explore both the physical and mathematical models of electrostatic adhesion. Addressed topics include, review of the dipole and analytical field expansion models of adhesion, addition of an applied field in the analytical model for electrostatic detachment, parametric studies of adhesion and detachment, and analysis of the model for non-uniform particle charge distribution.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: January 1, 2013
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