This is a review of the top rheology blogs and webinars, as read and watched by you.
Rheology in daily life! Mark Patrick, PhD, founder of Rheology Testing Services, USA talks about the successful usage of the NETZSCH Kinexus Rheometer.
Learn, how infraTest uses the Kinexus DSR Rheometer in the asphalt and bitumen industry.
Having added rheometers to the NETZSCH portfolio in 2020 provided both significant value to our business and enabled our customers to benefit from a comprehensive product and application service.
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60 years of NETZSCH-Geraetebau – June is all about Rheology! Learn today about the origins of rheometry and where it all started in the 1980s.
Material analysis is of great importance for component as well as mold and process design in the automotive industry. Read, how differential scanning calorimetry and rheology contribute to the optimization of epoxy resin injection molding and learn more about the thermoset injection molding process and its application in electronics encapsulation in the first part of this new blog series.
Take part at the Amherst Rheology Course 2022 (ARC22). The focus is on rheological data and on visual expression of rheology.
Take part at the first digital NETZSCH Future Days from May 16 to 19, 2022 and learn about exciting themes from the fields of Pharmaceuticals & Life Science, Battery & Insulation, Smart Manufacturing & Smart Labs and Additive & Advanced Manufacturing
Generally, capillary rheometers are used to measure melt properties at higher shear rates compared to rotational rheometers, allowing determination of flow behavior under typical processing conditions. Thermoplastics can be characterized using a Kinexus Rotational Rheometer, but also with the Rosand Capillary Rheometer.