Title and abstract due by: 15 April 2017
2014 – Stockholm
Online — ITC and FLIR Systems invite you to share your thermography expertise with other professionals in your field at the , ITC User Conference in Coventry, UK September 27–28, 2017.
The ITC User Conference is a professional meeting place for technicians, engineers, scientists, and users of all types of infrared measurement equipment.
The ITC User Conference will cover infrared physics and its applications in a wide variety of fields, from inspection of electrical installations, building surveys, industrial and automation applications, optical gas imaging to NDT and advanced research applications. Continue reading
Enables Puhuri to exploit wind potential in Arctic conditions
Online — Vaisala’s Triton Wind Profiler has shown exceptional performance across two winters in the northern reaches of Finland.
With two Vaisala’s Triton Wind Profilers measuring the wind for Finnish developer and operator Puhuri Oy, Vaisala has demonstrated the unmatched resilience of the system in extreme winter conditions and the strategic and logistical advantages of remote sensing for wind energy firms in cold climates across the globe. Continue reading
Anaheim Convention Center | 10 – 13 April 2017
The Infrared Applications, ThermoSense conference promotes the worldwide exchange of information about the uses and applications of Infrared (IR) imaging technology.
It is a set of presentations that, for many years, have been hosted by SPIE as part of one of their multi-conference symposia (DCS, AeroSense etc) in Orlando, Baltimore and now Anaheim.
Below is the overview of the 39th iteration of the Conference with links to the online program and itinerary. Continue reading
All values in the table are defined at room temperature.
Online — As a rule-of-thumb, the thermal conductivity increases with a few percent in the range 0-100 °C.
Only below very low temperatures (typically 40 K), plastics show a clear decrease.
Fillers such as silver, copper, CNTs etc. typically cause a sharp increase in the thermal conductivity of a polymer composite. Continue reading
High Throughput Chemistry in Microwave Vials
Isleham, UK — Asynt has announced new inserts for its DrySyn heating blocks enabling scientists to now conduct precise temperature controlled, stirred experiments in 0.5-2 ml tapered, 2-5 ml and 10-20 ml microwave vials.
Available as an option for the DrySyn Parallel Synthesis Kit the new microwave vial inserts allow you to heat and stir up to 27 small scale reactions in parallel using any standard hotplate.
The DrySyn Parallel Synthesis kit enables clean, safe synthesis without the hazards or problems associated with silicon oil baths or heating mantles. Continue reading