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Higashimurayama-shi, Japan

Ando F.,Fukaeminami | Saito K.,Fukaeminami | Higashiyama A.,Fukaeminami
Journal of Packaging Science and Technology | Year: 2012

Friction and vibration tests have been carried out to confirm the countermeasure of abrasion damage. However, the test condition have not been simulated the real abrasion damage in distribution. In this research, we compared the abrasion damage on transportation test with on random vibration test, and on simplified vibration test. From the comparison of the damage, it was shown that abrasion damage on simplified vibration test was approximately equal to on random vibration test. These results show that there is the substitution possibility between simplified vibration test and random vibration test. Source


Iwaihara A.,Fukaeminami | Saito K.,Fukaeminami | Onoe C.,Fukaeminami | Setoue H.,Fukaeminami
Journal of Packaging Science and Technology | Year: 2011

On the site of the packaging design, the quantity of the cushioning material should be decided to give the product a proper packaging based on the cushion curve that shows the cushioning characteristics. Except for provided by the suppliers of the cushioning materials, packaging engineers need to generate the curves on the site of packaging design by a lot of dynamic compression test. But the assumed cushioning effect might not be closer to actual cushioning performance even if it based on the cushion curves. In this study, the influence of the shearing force is shown as the main reason that does not become the assumed cushioning effect from the result of dummy package equivalent drop test and the dynamic compression test with shear. Also it shows that the simple method of generating the cushion curves using dynamic cushioning factor, and that application is examined. Source

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