7. Oct 2021 | ONLINE
How good is my adhesive? Characterisation and testing of adhesives
Participants learn to interpret the results of various physicochemical tests that are typical for the characterisation of adhesives. These include in particular DSC, MDA, TMA, and rheological tests.
About the Short Course
Participants learn to interpret the results of various physicochemical tests that are typical for the characterisation of adhesives. These include in particular DSC, MDA, TMA, and rheological tests. In addition, the different methods for determining pot life and curing speeds are discussed. The Short Course is completed with an introduction to the relevant destructive tests for the evaluation of the adhesion of adhesives. The participants will also learn how to correctly classify the information in technical data sheets.
Dr. Matthias Popp
After his study of chemistry at the University of Bremen and the completion of his dissertation in 1997 Dr. Matthias Popp worked for a medium-sized company in the field of textile coating. From 2000 to 2006 he was busy with the formulation and instrumental analysis of adhesives at the Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials – IFAM in Bremen.
From 2006 to 2010 he was employed as a Product Development Specialist at 3M in the automotive and aerospace sector. Since 2010 Head of Adhesive Formulation at Fraunhofer-IFAM in Bremen.
Who should attend
Technicians, staff from R&D, application technology, quality management and technical marketing who need to quickly familiarise themselves with a new topic and get an instant overview.
Fees & services
07th October 2021 | 03.00 pm - 05.00 pm (CET)
|139 €||EC Short Cours: How good is my adhesive?
|| Participation fee
Stated webinar fees are net prices.
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