AutoEvaluation by NETZSCH is an intelligent software functionality which can automatically and autonomously (not via pre-defined macro!) evaluate thermoanalytical measurement curves. This is not only helpful but also time-saving! AutoEvaluation was introduced for DSC, TGA and STA and is now available also for dL signals from Dilatometer (DIL) and Thermomechanical analyzers (TMA)!
AutoEvaluation for DIL/TMA offers three sub-functions for the following, frequent applications:
- Metal Melting (automatic evaluation of the onset of the step of dL due to melting)
- Glass Transition/Softening (automatic evaluation of the onset of a glass transition and the maximum of dL during softening)
- Sintering Steps (automatic evaluation of significant dL steps due to sintering of a sample)
Video showing AutoEvaluation for DIL and TMA
Once again, AutoEvaluation makes thermal analysis smarter!
And don’t forget to see also Smart Thermal Analysis (Part I): AutoEvaluation of DSC, TGA and STA and Smart Thermal Analysis (Part II): Identify
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Dr. Alexander Schindler has worked in the fields of experimental physics, thermal analysis and thermophysical properties for over 20 years. At NETZSCH, he has been employed in the Applications Laboratory as well in the Hardware and Software Development. He is a known expert in thermal characterization methods and applications.