The ARPLAE project addresses fundamental rheological challenges to achieving high-resolution features in the production of functional inks in high-yield contact printing processes. Typically, the ink systems used in these processes display complex rheology (deformation and flow properties) which can complicate the characterisation of the materials and hinder attempts to predict process performance. Improved understanding of the rheological aspects of these processes and materials is required to establish a rigorous basis for their better prediction and control.
Meet some of the researchers
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MTR – David Beynon – from 2016 – CIMLAE_Annual_Report_2016 single pages
MTR – Philip Cooper – Pages from 2015 – EPSRC_Annualreport_2015_SP
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