By Dr. Jeff Gotro, InnoCentrix and Huan Lee, Lambient Technologies
Do you have a need for an in-situ cure monitor for a thermoset process but don’t know where to start?
Are confused about the terminology used in dielectric spectroscopy?
Don’t know how the dielectric response is related to the viscosity change during curing?
Interested in understanding how dielectric spectroscopy can monitor curing?
Would like to see real-world examples of how the viscosity and dielectric loss factor or ion viscosity are used in cure monitoring.
This eBook will cover my extended series of posts covering the dielectric cure monitoring of thermosets.
In this eBook, the following topics will be covered:
Introduction to dielectric measurements
Dielectric cure monitoring during isothermal and non-isothermal curing
Simultaneous measurement of the viscosity and the dielectric loss factor
How dipoles contribute to the dielectric signal
Lamination process monitoring case study
Types of dielectric sensors
Equipment used for dielectric cure monitoring
Practical examples of using dielectric cure monitoring
Do’s and Don’ts for dielectric cure monitoring
The 71 page eBook also contains an extensive reference list for further study.
So what is your investment to improve your thermoset characterization knowledge?
Get the eBook for just $19.99
Why wait? Click the Buy Now button to get your copy of Dielectric Cure Monitoring for Thermosets eBook.
Have Credits? Redeem this book for 4 credits in the Ebook Store.
Get started now with the Dielectric Cure Monitoring for Thermosets eBook and become a more effective scientist or engineer. You will become the “go to” technical person in your organization on thermoset characterization.
Jeff Gotro, Ph.D. is the President and Founder of InnoCentrix, LLC. InnoCentrix proves a wide range of consulting services to the polymer industry in the areas of technical problem solving, innovation and new product/process development, business development and Intellectual Property management. Jeff has over thirty two years’ experience in polymers having held scientific and leadership positions at IBM, AlliedSignal, Honeywell International, and Ablestik Laboratories. He has published 59 technical papers, holds 14 issued patents, 5 patent applications, and 9 inventions published in the IBM Technical Disclosure Bulletin. Jeff is a regular contributor at technical societies where he teaches short courses on thermosets (chemistry, characterization, rheology and processing) In 2014, he was elected Fellow of the International Microelectronics Packaging Society (IMAPS) and is the recipient of the IMAPS John A. Wagnon Technical Achievement Award for significant technical contributions in the area of polymers used in electronic applications. Jeff has a Ph.D. in Materials Science from Northwestern University with a specialty in polymer science.