Fibre-biomaterials-Print industry fundamentals - 3FMT2031
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Number of hours
Lectures : 16.5
Tutorials : 1.5
Laboratory works : 0
Projects : 0
Internship : 0
Written tests : 0
ECTS : 34.0
Officials :Frederic MUNOZ
Fibres and biomaterials fund.
To situate the renewable resources in the current industrial and societal context
To know and understand the paper industry and its main principles
To know the benchmarks, key figures and vocabulary
To situate oneself in this professional context
Printing industry fund.
Learning outcomes :
To know the graphic workflow and the main printing processes, and understand their links with substrates production and converting;
To know the converting processes used in the flat and corrugated cardboard industry;
To know the converting processes used in bags and tubes manufacturing;
To acquire a good vision of the technical and market trends of the print media industry;
To determine which printing process was used to manufacture a given printed product;
To use a densitometer.
Contact Frederic MUNOZ, Bernard PINEAUX, Isabelle DESLOGES, Christine CHIRAT
Fibre-biomaterials : Presentations will deal with :
Papermaking process and offline operations
Printing industry : Presentations will deal with : A. The graphic workflow. Elements about image processing. B. Short description of the main printing processes (offset lithography, gravure, flexography, typography, ink jet, electrophotography) D. The print media business (data, markets) Trends according to the time available, a quiz is proposed to check how concepts are understood.
General scientifical knowledge
Supervised examination Short questions. Sole authorized document : a handwritten A4 sheet, with the owner's name on it and dealing with the course. The examination can be made up in case of a justified absence. Possible to catch-up in session 2
note = note du DS The grade is that of the examination