Dynamic-Mechanical Analysis – The Standard for Post-Process Quality Assurance in Composite Manufacturing
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Before assembling or delivering composite components, they will run through quality control. Due to its high sensitivity in identifying mechanical phase transitions like the glass-transition, dynamic-mechanical analysis (DMA) is the standard in post-process quality assurance. DMA can tell you if the resin cures in regions where differential scanning calorimetry struggles with the detection. This webinar will introduce the measurement principle of dynamic-mechanical analysis and show how to perform quality assurance in the composite sector.
- Measurement principle of DMA
- What DMA can tell you about composite quality
- How DMA fits in line with composite process control and material development
Presenter: John Erne
John Erne studied chemistry and microbiology at the University of Oklahoma, focusing on separations techniques.
Since 2011 he has held a range of responsibilities including analytical laboratory and field service work in oil and gas, polymers, and materials science.
John joined NETZSCH Instruments in 2017 as the technical sales manager for the Texas & Mexico region of North America.