Elastohydrodynamics Of Blade Coating
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Final Report JWF-10/08
turbine blade roots, spline couplings, bearing housings on rotating shafts, shrink fits and bolted parts, electrical contacts, etc. (a) (b) Fig. 2 (a) FE mesh for the 2-d fretting contact of a flat-rounded punch on a coated substrate. (b) Detail of the mesh at the right edge of the contact (coating shown in red colour).
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Coating devices for application of coating material to the surface of a web or a flexible substrate utilizing the study of flow patterns in blade coating to develop high-speed coaters, wherein the coater may be modified to provide an air layer between the coating liquid and any lower boundary. The
A CFD assessment of film coating process viscosity models
to blade coating. Film coating is also known to produce a contour- like coating with superior coverage even at high process speeds (Wickstrom and Cron, 2000). These advantages are achieved due to the use of a pre-metering step, in which a thin coating film is first formed in a metering section, before being applied to the substrate. In the
Final Program and Extended Abstracts
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shall consider are the elastohydrodynamics of blade coating and the air/sheet interactions in this project. The basic principles and approach in analyzing both cases are virtually the same. 3 Report 1
Society of Tribologists & Lubrication Engineers Annual
xxx 6-10 May 2012 ISBN: 978-1-62276-248-4 Society of Tribologists & Lubrication Engineers Annual Meeting and Exhibition 2012 St. Louis, Missouri, USA