Rheological Applications for Metals, Glasses, and High Temperature Composites
Measuring the flow behavior of materials at ultra-high temperatures is challenging but critical. The reaction kinetics and processing behaviors of such materials as metals, glasses, and composites must be determined in order for them to be used in the manufacturing of new commercially viable materials.
This webinar will focus on:
- Considerations for making ultra-high temperature measurements
- Instrumentation and procedures for making ultra-high temperature rheological measurements
- Application examples for ultra-high temperature rheology
Engineers, materials scientists, chemists, researchers, and students with interest in learning more about ultra-high temperature rheology are invited to attend.
2015-03-25, 11:00 - 12:00
Trainer: Elke Riedl
Elke is a Product Manager for Anton Paar GmbH in Austria responsible for several devices, including the Powder System, for which she has been deeply involved in its development and commercialization. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Chemistry from the Technical University in Graz (Austria) and a Master's Degree in International Industrial Management from the University of Applied Science in Kapfenberg (Austria) with concentration on the rheological characterization of a metal alloy.
Contact person and registration:
Tel.: +1 - 804 - 550 - 1051
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