An energy-based approach for modelling the behaviour of packaging material during processing
Hicks, B. J., Berry, C., Mullineux, G., McPherson, C. J. and Medland, A. J., 2004. An energy-based approach for modelling the behaviour of packaging material during processing. Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part C: Journal of Mechanical Engineering Science, 218 (1), pp. 105-118.
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This paper deals with the investigation of improved methods for considering machine-material interaction during the design and production of packaging machinery. Minimum energy principles are used to create a theoretical model of the response of the packaging material during processing. The complex non-linear properties of the packaging material are encapsulated in parametric models generated through analysis of the physical measurement of the changing properties during processing. These two techniques are incorporated into a software model that represents the behaviour of a skillet during the erection process. This software model considers the material, the pack design and the machine system. The overall modelling approach is validated by comparison with a physical system, which shows a good correlation with the theoretical model.
|Creators||Hicks, B. J., Berry, C., Mullineux, G., McPherson, C. J. and Medland, A. J.|
|Departments||Faculty of Engineering & Design > Mechanical Engineering|
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