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Friction Measurement Device for Fiber Material Forming Processes

Huttel, Dominik and Groche, Peter and May, Alexander and Markus, Euler (2014):
Friction Measurement Device for Fiber Material Forming Processes.
In: Advanced Materials Research, pp. 65-79, 966-967, [Article]

Abstract

With the growing demand of sustainability and rising requirements by law and politics, paper as a natural, renewable fiber material is in the focus of research and production technology again. With this, requests for the predictability of material behavior during the production process rise. Especially in forming, interactions between work piece and the tool surface can have a major influence on the forming behavior. This study discuss available friction measurement systems for paper in the context of forming processes. Based on this a new friction measurement device is presented. Effects of the measurement setup on the contact pressure distribution during tests is reviewed experimentally and via FEA. Finally, the friction coefficient between an industrial paperboard with different material orientations and steel, at different velocities and contact pressures is investigated. A dependency between the contact pressure and the friction coefficient can be seen.

Item Type: Article
Erschienen: 2014
Creators: Huttel, Dominik and Groche, Peter and May, Alexander and Markus, Euler
Title: Friction Measurement Device for Fiber Material Forming Processes
Language: English
Abstract:

With the growing demand of sustainability and rising requirements by law and politics, paper as a natural, renewable fiber material is in the focus of research and production technology again. With this, requests for the predictability of material behavior during the production process rise. Especially in forming, interactions between work piece and the tool surface can have a major influence on the forming behavior. This study discuss available friction measurement systems for paper in the context of forming processes. Based on this a new friction measurement device is presented. Effects of the measurement setup on the contact pressure distribution during tests is reviewed experimentally and via FEA. Finally, the friction coefficient between an industrial paperboard with different material orientations and steel, at different velocities and contact pressures is investigated. A dependency between the contact pressure and the friction coefficient can be seen.

Journal or Publication Title: Advanced Materials Research
Volume: 966-967
Divisions: 16 Department of Mechanical Engineering
16 Department of Mechanical Engineering > Institut für Produktionstechnik und Umformmaschinen (PtU)
Date Deposited: 17 Feb 2015 11:23
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