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Design of OLED Capsule and automated blade coater

Bekker, S. de (2015) Design of OLED Capsule and automated blade coater.

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Abstract:OLED technology is a promising technology for luminance and display technology. Therefore a lot of research is done at CTI in Campinas Brazil. During the internship two assignments were conducted by the student. OLEDs are very sensitive to water (vapor). That is why they are produced and tested in gloveboxes filled with argon gas. However testing the devices in the glovebox is very unpractical. Therefore it was required to design a small device which can maintain the protective argon atmosphere but allows for testing outside the glovebox. A set of requirements for this OLED Capsule are proposed and four different concepts are developed. The best concept is chosen and is further developed into the final design. CTI does research on a new production method for making OLEDs called blade coating. For this purpose it was required to design a device called an Automated Blade Coater to conduct this blade coating technique. The problems with the current Manual Blade Coater are identified and a set of requirements for the Automated Blade Coater are proposed. Based on the requirements three different concepts are developed. The best concept is chosen and is being further developed into a final design. The dynamical behavior of the device is modeled in a Simulink model.
Item Type:Internship Report (Master)
Clients:
CTI, Brazil
Faculty:ET: Engineering Technology
Subject:52 mechanical engineering
Programme:Mechanical Engineering MSc (60439)
Keywords:OLED, Blade Coater, Campinas Brazil, CTI
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/69187
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