HighTech sportswear, developed with the NETZSCH Kinexus, keeps your muscles warm for maximum performance sports. Learn, how rheology can give more power.
One of the advanced features within the Proteus® software is the PeakSeparation function. It is used to separate super-imposed peaks in thermal analysis curves and accurately determine individual peak areas. Learn more watching our latest webinar.
In Powder bed fusion there is no flow and no shear rate. For powder coalescence, the local molecular motions and entanglements across the layers are important. So today, Dr. Natalie Rudolph will be focusing on the rotational rheometry.
Let´s find the ideal cream for you! Watch our new webinar and learn more about the ideal rheological properties of hand cream in terms of shape and viscosity.
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Today, Dr. Natalie Rudolph will talk about the refreshing strategy for Powder Bed Fusion powders using Differential Scanning Calorimetry. In this episode, not the part properties, but the properties of the powder will be investigated.
Fillers are added to a polymer matrix to improve the mechanical performance of the finished product. The orientation of such fillers depends on the processing conditions. Learn how the overall content, shape and orientation of copper fibers influence the coefficient of thermal volume expansion.
Using modern rheological methods, it is possible to measure the flow properties of battery slurries under processing conditions. For this purpose, we use KINEXUS Rotational Rheometer and ROSAND Capillary Rheometer. Watch our latest webinar and learn more.
When a crystalline substance – such as an active pharmaceutical ingredient or an excipient – comes into contact with water, various types of interactions are possible. For the design of a dehydration process, it is therefore important to know the thermal properties of the particular sample. Thermogravimetric analysis in combination with kinetic evaluation helps determine this data and significantly reduce the time to develop a suitable temperature program.