The extended temperature range and the higher cooling rate in the lower temperature range are used in the analysis of the crystallization of semi-crystalline materials.
Measuring first normal stress difference at high shear rates via capillary rheometer
for effective analysis of free-flowing thermoset mixtures
Due to constantly increasing process speeds in plastics and rubber processing, the elastic properties of polymer materials are becoming increasingly important.
It is vital to know the exact operating point conditions in order to be able to assess the impacts of viscosity differences realistically in the fields of plastics extrusion and injection molding.
Experiments with a high-pressure capillary rheometer are often the only way to determine the viscosity at higher, process-relevant shear rates.
Advantages of the discrete, discontinuous RAM extrusion compared to the conventional screw extrusion in the clean room production.
Rheological corrections for capillary rheometer measurements
The Add-on Contifeed enables process-relevant viscosity data for rubber and plastics.
A system comparison of capillary rheometer add-on and PVT500
An important contribution to the 3D injection molding simulation
Improved pressure measurement in the low shear rate range of the viscosity function
Isobaric and isothermal pVT measurements with the capillary rheometer
Due to the high material and compound prices, plastic and elastomer components are often produced using injection molding processes.
A capillary rheometer enables an exact characterization of the material to be processed by determining processing influencing parameters.