HIGH PRESSURE AND HIGH TEMPERATURE TECHNOLOGIES AND APPLICATIONS
September 6, 2018
Institut für Physikalische Chemie,
TU Bergakademie Freiberg,
This one day seminar aims at introducing the available technologies, including thermogravimetric analysis (TGA), simultaneous thermal analysis (STA), evolved gas analysis (EGA), thermo mechanical analysis (TMA), differential scanning calorimetry (DSC), Calvet calorimetry, high sensitivity calorimetry, and drop calorimetry. Examples will be presented, illustrating the above mentioned applications of these techniques, and the agenda will include significant times for exchanges between participants and presenters.
Thermal analysis and calorimetry are classical materials characterization techniques. They give insights in the materials thermophysical properties, crystalline state, thermal stabilities, reactivity, surface properties, composition, etc.
At high pressures, up to 1 000 bar, they are used in the energy and environment field to study biomass pyrolysis or gasification, gas capture or storage (hydrogen, CO2…), porous materials surface properties, oil and gas flow assurance in pipelines, etc. They are also used to study the behavior of organic or inorganic materials used in high pressure processes.
At high temperatures, up to 2 400 °C, they are used to detect phase transitions and build phase diagrams, study gaseous corrosion and other gas-solid reactions, measure heat capacities, thermal expansion coefficients, sintering or densification phenomena, in order to understand the behavior of materials that are exposed purposively or accidentally up to very high temperatures.
Dr. Stefan ZIMMERER, Sales Manager Germany, Setaram
Rémi ANDRÉ, Director of Technology and Innovation, Setaram
Dr. Jürgen SEIDEL, Institut für Physikalische Chemie
Dr. Mario KRIEGEL, Institut für Werkstoffwissenschaft
Ivan SAENKO, Institut für Werkstoffwissenschaft
The seminar is free, lunch included.
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Registration before September 1st, 2018