Riga AT, Judovits L
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STP 1402 examines the latest dynamic and modulated thermal analytical techniques, including new interpretations and applications of Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC). The basis of many DSC methods is the modulation of temperature along with varying other parameters. Dynamic methods, including Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (DMA) and Dielectric Thermal Analysis (DETA), are also critiqued with new innovative applications. The mode of modulation, a sinusoidal wave or a saw tooth curve, affords the thermal analyst an opportunity to study a physical or chemical change in greater detail.
15 peer reviewed papers cover:
Temperature Modulated Differential Scanning Calorimetry (TMDSC)
Use of TMDSC in Curing and Chemical Reactions
Measurement of the Glass Transition and Melting by Modulated and Comparative Techniques
General Modulated Techniques
Other Modulated Techniques
Dynamic Techniques DMA and DETA.
Measurement of Crystallinity in Polymers Using Modulated Temperature Differential Scanning Calorimetry
Orliac H., Price D., Reading M.
Crystallization of Polymers and the Rigid Amorphous Fraction Studied by the Temperature-Modulated Techniques TMDSC and TMDMA
Merzliakov M., Schick C., Wurm A.
Evaluation of the Curing Process in a Fiber-Reinforced Epoxy Composite by Temperature-Modulated and Step Scan DSC and DMA
Bilyeu B., Brostow W., Menard K.
Effects of TMDSC Variables on the Observed Glass Transitions of Elastomers- a Statistical Analysis
Burkholder K., Ludwig K., Riga A., Willey J.
Glass Transformation Studies of Vitreous As2Se3 by Temperature-Modulated DSC
Kasap S., Tonchev D.
Characterization of Electrorheological Processes By Dielectric Thermal Analysis
Cahoon J., Pialet J., Riga A.
Development of Bismaleimide/Cyanate Ester Copolymers
Chuang K., Pan W., Sisk B.
Glass Transition Temperature of Selected Polymers by TMDSC, DMTA and DETA Analyses
Ceccorulli G., Pizzoli M., Righetti M.