Fundamentals of Inkjet Printing: The Science of Inkjet and Droplets

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Stephen D. Hoath
John Wiley & Sons, 14.12.2015 - 472 Seiten
From droplet formation to final applications, this practical book presents the subject in a comprehensive and clear form, using only content derived from the latest published results.
Starting at the very beginning, the topic of fluid mechanics is explained, allowing for a suitable regime for printing inks to subsequently be selected. There then follows a discussion on different print-head types and how to form droplets, covering the behavior of droplets in flight and upon impact with the substrate, as well as the droplet's wetting and drying behavior at the substrate. Commonly observed effects, such as the coffee ring effect, are included as well as printing in the third dimension. The book concludes with a look at what the future holds. As a unique feature, worked examples both at the practical and simulation level, as well as case studies are included.
As a result, students and engineers in R&D will come to fully understand the complete process of inkjet printing.
 

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Chapter 1 Introductory Remarks
1
Chapter 2 Fluid Mechanics for Inkjet Printing
13
Chapter 3 Inkjet Printheads
57
Chapter 4 Drop Formation in Inkjet Printing
93
Chapter 5 Polymers in Inkjet Printing
117
Chapter 6 Colloid Particles in Ink Formulations
141
Chapter 7 Jetting Simulations
169
Chapter 8 Drops on Substrates
199
Chapter 11 Simulation of Drops on Surfaces
281
Chapter 12 Visualization and Measurement
313
Chapter 13 Inkjet Fluid Characterization
339
Chapter 14 Surface Characterization
365
Chapter 15 Applications in Inkjet Printing
397
What Next?
419
Index
445
EULA
450

Chapter 9 Coalescence and Line Formation
219
Chapter 10 Droplets Drying on Surfaces
251

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Dr. Stephen D. Hoath works in the Inkjet Research Centre of the Department of Engineering at Cambridge University, UK. After obtaining his academic degrees from Oxford University, UK, he was a Lecturer in Physics at Birmingham University and then held various positions in the UK industry. He took up his full time research appointment at Cambridge in 2005. He is a Chartered Engineer, Scientist and Physicist; with over 50 scientific publications, he is a Fellow of the Institute of Physics, and is a Governing Body Fellow and the Director of Studies in Engineering at Wolfson College Cambridge.

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