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New Advances in Rheometry - Controlled Stress Parallel Superposition for Screen Printing Applications

Malvern Panalytical
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Live Webinar July 25th, 2019

This live webinar presented by Dr. Alex Holder will discuss the application of an advanced rheometric technique known as Controlled Stress Parallel Superposition (CSPS) to model screen printing inks and gelling materials.

The theoretical background to CSPS will be discussed along with the challenges which must be overcome when applying the technique to materials with complex and/or transient microstructures. Validation data will be presented before the use of CSPS in the context of printed electronics is explored.

The webinar targets those interested in understanding the rheological properties of materials with shear sensitive microstructures. Special attention will be given to gelling materials and screen-printing functional inks.

Those interested in understanding the rheological properties of materials with shear sensitive microstructures. Special attention will be given to gelling materials and screen printing functional inks should attend this webinar. Recent results concerning the validation of advanced rheometric techniques involving a branch of superposition rheometry (controlled stress parallel superposition) and its application in the study of functional inks will be discussed.

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New Advances in Rheometry - Controlled Stress Parallel Superposition for Screen Printing Applications

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