Thermal analysis webinar

2015-09-01

I would like to introduce the webinar regarding the thermal analysis.

 

Matrix resins have an important role in FRP as the part to transfer the stress and make the reinforcing fiber formed. The grasping the chemical and physical properties by the thermal analysis is pretty important if you work in the FRP industries.

 

But it may be the reality for you to be hard to find out the good chance to understand the technique.
 

Today's column would be the profitable information for you if you would like to learn the thermal analysis. The thermal analytical instrument maker, NETZSCH, is going to open the webinar to learn the summary of the thermal analysis. The thermal analysis technologies which we can learn are;

 

 

DSC ( Differential Scanning Calorimeters )
TGA ( Thermogravimetric analysis )
DMA ( dynamic mechanical analysis )
DEA ( dielectric analysis )
TMA ( thermomechanical analysis )
LFA ( light flash analysis )


 

Below is the URL about the webinar information.


https://www.netzsch-thermal-analysis.com/en/events-seminars/webinars/webinar-how-methods-of-thermal-analysis-support-the-development-production-and-quality-assurance-of-composites/

 

Three webinars will be opened, and two of them will be lectured by English, and the rest will be spoken by German.

 

If you register the URL above by filling out your information, you will soon receive the introduction mail how to join the webinar at the day.

 

I have already registered the webinar and try to join it if possible.

 

 

The important point which we need to learn is;

 

 

" How we apply the thermal analysis technique to the quality control and considering the molding parameters about the FRPs"

 

 

As initial point, this analytical technique is important to control the thermosetting FRP's material quality especially.

 

The thermosetting FRP's matrix resins consist of monomers and oligomers including the active functional group. Therefore, the side reaction like the deactivation of the functional groups and the not-expected polymerization will be progressed if the temperature is higher than the absolute zero (-273.15 degree C).

 

 

Such kind of the non-visual condition change can be evaluated by the thermal analytical technique.

 

As an example, the viscosity change inspection at the high temperature is required to consider heating and pressure program.

 

What is the proper timing for initiating the pressure, considering the viscosity change?

 

What viscosity value is proper for demolding?

 

Thinking about the questions above from the thermal analysis view point is very important if you are working in the area of FRP molding.


 

The NETZSCH's webinar may give you the precious knowledge if you are ready to the preparation like above.

 

I hope this information would help you.

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