DMA is used to measure the mechanical properties of viscoelastic materials as a function of temperature or frequency when the materials are deformed under the action of a periodic force or displacement.
Columbus, OH (PRWEB) March 21, 2017
METTLER TOLEDO is pleased to present a webinar on Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (DMA). DMA is used to measure the mechanical properties of viscoelastic materials as a function of temperature or frequency when the materials are deformed under the action of a periodic force or displacement. The types of materials that can be analyzed include thermoplastics, thermosets, composites, elastomers, ceramics, and metals.
DMA provides quantitative and qualitative information on:
- Young’s modulus and shear modulus values
- Damping characteristics and viscoelastic behavior
- Polymer structure and morphology
- Flow and relaxation behavior
This kind of information is very important for process and application engineers, materials research scientists, and physical chemists. In this webinar, experts will discuss the basic principles of DMA and present some interesting application examples.
Webinar registrants will receive all the information needed about this innovative method. After the presentation, participants will have the opportunity to discuss points of interest directly with METTLER TOLEDO applications specialists.
Registration and Information
This webinar will be presented on Thursday, March 30th, at 9:00AM EST. Find local webinar times and register for free on the registration page.
About METTLER TOLEDO
METTLER TOLEDO is a leading global manufacturer of precision instruments. The Company is the world’s largest manufacturer and marketer of weighing instruments for use in laboratory, industrial and food retailing applications. The Company also holds top-three market positions in several related analytical instruments markets and is a leading provider of automated chemistry systems used in drug and chemical compound discovery and development. Additional information about METTLER TOLEDO can be found at http://www.mt.com/lab.