Basics of Rheology I: Rotational Rheology for fluids
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We cordially invite you to a webinar which explains in detail about basics of rheology and viscosity for characterizing "fluid-like" materials. It provides insight into how the sample will be flowing under both shear and temperature. Typical viscometers apply only a single shear condition over a range of temperatures and thus are limited when a materials move from "unstructured" to "structured". To characterize "structured" materials that can range from flowable to non-flowable the use of rheology, which viscosity is a small subsection of, is incorporated. This webinar aims to introduce principles of the rheological theory, along with various test methods that can be performed to characterize a material using Rotational mode.
We will provide following technical insights in the webinar
• Introduction to Rheology
• Viscous Behavior of Materials & Measurement Parameters
• Rotational Tests: Flow behavior in materials
• Rotational Test: Time and Temperature dependent Behavior
1970-01-01, 02:00 - 02:00 (CET UTC+01:00)
Trainer: Dr. Ornov Maulik