Protective Packaging for Distribution: Design and Development

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Supplies essential techniques needed for protective packaging.

· Explains testing required for container performance

· Covers distribution packaging for food, healthcare, electronics, as well as hazardous and regulated materials

· Reviews basic math and physics fundamentals for students and professionals

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Protective Packaging Development offers a comprehensive practical explanation of the methods needed to improve packaging design in multiple distribution environments. It combines a clear presentation of protective packaging basics with details on how to obtain and apply experimental data to the design of new packaging. In this context it covers the materials, testing, regulations and manufacturing of a wide range of product and shipping containers. Written by two of the most respected packaging authorities in the U.S., the book covers packaging mathematics and physics in a clear step-by-step way and shows with numerous real-world examples how these concepts are applied to design strategies. In this unique book students and professionals are given the testing and data information required for creating a wide range of protective packaging systems within numerous product categories such as electronics, healthcare, and food. Also covered are container requirements and tests for hazardous and regulated materials.

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Protective Packaging Development offers a comprehensive practical explanation of the methods needed to improve packaging design in multiple distribution environments. It combines a clear presentation of protective packaging basics with details on how to obtain and apply experimental data to the design of new packaging. In this context it covers the materials, testing, regulations and manufacturing of a wide range of product and shipping containers. Written by two of the most respected packaging authorities in the U.S., the book covers packaging mathematics and physics in a clear step-by-step way and shows with numerous real-world examples how these concepts are applied to design strategies. In this unique book students and professionals are given the testing and data information required for creating a wide range of protective packaging systems within numerous product categories such as electronics, healthcare, and food. Also covered are container requirements and tests for hazardous and regulated materials. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- TABLE OF CONTENTS Preface Acknowledgments 1. Distribution Packaging's Role in the Corporate Enterprise 2. Dynamic Theory: Foundations 2.0 Objectives 2.1 Fundamentals 2.2 Falling Objects 2.3 Vibration 2.4 Study Questions 3. Dynamic Theory: Vibration 3.0 Objectives 3.1 Unforced Sinusoidal Vibration 3.2 Forced Vibration 3.3 Magnification 3.4 Vibration Testing 3.5 Random Vibration 3.6 Developing Random Vibration Profiles 3.7 Study Questions 4. Shock Fragility 4.0 Objectives 4.1 Shock Pulses 4.2 Drop Heights 4.3 Impact and Rebound 4.4 Damage Boundary Curve 4.6 Study Questions 5. Dynamic Theory: Advanced 5.0 Objectives 5.1 Shock Response Spectrum (SRS) 5.2 Fatigue Damage Boundary 5.3 Study Questions 6. Protective Packaging Development Process 6.0 Objectives 6.1 Types of Data Used 6.2 Product Robustness 6.3 Package Design 6.4 Performance Evaluation 6.5 Feedback 7. Cushioning 7.0 Objectives 7.1 Cushioning Basics 7.2 Cushioning Materials 7.3 Cushion Curves 7.4 Cushion Design 7.5 Cushion Shapes and Placement 7.6 Engineered Cushion Systems 7.7 Study Questions 8. Hazards of the Logistical Environment 8.0 Objectives 8.1 Shock, Drop and Impact 8.2 Vibration 8.3 Compressive Load 8.4 Atmospheric Conditions 8.5 Use Sustainability to Connect Further in the Value Chain 8.6 Build Connected Futures that Extend the Value Chain 8.7 Questions on Packaging Value Chain 8.8 Conclusion 8.9 References 9. Measuring Logistical Hazards 9.0 Objectives 9.1 Observation 9.2 Measurement 9.3 Data Analysis 9.4 Data to Design Specifications 9.5 Data to Test Specification 10. Product Damage Potential 10.0 Objectives 10.1 Product Development and Use Environments 10.2 Characteristics of Use Environments 10.3 Product Distribution Environments 10.4 Non-use Environment Damage Modes 11. Quantifying Product Fragility 11.0 Objectives 11.1 Shock Test Equipment 11.2 Pulse Programming 11.3 Damage Boundary Steps 11.4 Sample Management 11.5 Results Interpretation 12. Product Design for Distribution 12.0 Objectives 12.1 Product Ruggedness Versus Distribution Hazards 12.2 Protective Packaging Cost 12.3 Guidelines for Developing the Protective Package System 13. Shipping Container Design 13.0 Objectives 13.1 Primary, Secondary, Tertiary, Unit Load 13.2 Linking Container to Environment 13.3 Corrugated Performance 13.4 Influencing Factors 13.5 Box Compression Test 13.6 Stacking Performance 14. Interior Packaging Design 14.0 Objectives 14.1 Isolation and Deflection 14.2 Void Fill 14.3 Blocking 14.4 Partitions, Pads and Liners 14.5 Cushion Configurations 14.6 Surface Protection 14.7 Multiple Products And Kits 15. Unit Load Design 15.0 Objectives 15.1 Purpose of Unit Loads 15.2 Handling Methods 15.3 Pallet Patterns and Efficiency 15.4 Vehicle Loading Efficiency 15.5 Load Stability and Integrity 16. Considerations for Selected Industries 16.0 Objectives 16.1 High-value, Fragile Products 16.2 Regulated Industries 16.3 Custom and Low-Volume Products 17. Package Performance Testing 17.0 Objectives 17.1 Ship/Field Tests 17.2 Engineering/Development Tests 17.3 General Simulation 17.4 Basic Design of Experiment 17.5 Shock and Drop Tests 17.6 Vibration Tests 17.7 Compression Testing 17.8 Atmospheric Conditioning 18. Packaging Laboratory 18.1 Designing the Packaging Laboratory 18.2 Material Test Equipment 18.3 Package Test Equipment 18.4 Data Collection and Documentation 19. Performance Testing Protocols 19.0 Objectives 19.1 Test Methods 19.2 Test Standards 19.3 Standards Organizations 19.4 Standards Writing Process 20. Hazards of the Logistical Environment 20.0 Objectives 20.1 Linking Hazard to Test 20.2 Shock and Drop 20.3 Random Vibration 20.4 Compression 20.5 Atmospheric Conditions and Hazards 20.6 Order of Test 20.7 Test Validation 21. Future Perspectives 21.1 Testing in the Future 21.2 Advanced Analysis and Documentation 21.3 Virtual Testing

About the Author:

Daniel Goodwin-Professor, Packaging Science, Rochester Institute of Technology

Dennis Young-Consultant, Instructor, Michigan State University School of Packaging

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