Multi-Material 3D Food Printing Towards Simulation Driven Powder Depositor Design

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Abstract

3D food printing is a new and rapidly developing technology capable of creating entirely new food structures. One of the challenges in 3D food printing is the creation of a multi-material object from a powder bed. A key challenge is the deposition of a variety of powders in order to create a multi-material powder bed. Simulating powder flow of the deposition process is done with a 2D Discrete Element Method (DEM) model capable of simulating arbitrarily shaped powder particles.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 13 Nov 2019
Event33rd EFFoST International Conference 2019: Sustainable Food Systems - Performing by Connecting - Rotterdam, Netherlands
Duration: 12 Nov 201914 Nov 2019
Conference number: 33
https://www.effost.org/effost+international+conference/past+effost+conferences/33rd+effost+international+conference+2019/default.aspx

Conference

Conference33rd EFFoST International Conference 2019
Abbreviated titleEFFoST
CountryNetherlands
CityRotterdam
Period12/11/1914/11/19
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Keywords

  • 3D food printing
  • DEM

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    Klomp, D. J., Hulsen, M. A., & Anderson, P. D. (2019). Multi-Material 3D Food Printing Towards Simulation Driven Powder Depositor Design. Poster session presented at 33rd EFFoST International Conference 2019, Rotterdam, Netherlands.