Innovations in Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry: Green Technology

Green Technology encompasses the full spectrum of materials, tools, and other technologies designed to mitigate or reverse anthropogenic effects on the environment. Depending on the application, a broad range of heat- and mass-transfer properties may be needed to inform good design, to assess performance, and to determine lifecycle. This webinar reviews innovative approaches to thermal analysis and calorimetry problems in the following green technology applications:

  • Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS)
  • Hydrogen storage
  • Biofuels
  • Biomass processing
  • Batteries
  • Thermal Energy Storage (TES).

Technical considerations on approaching these problems will be examined, as will the optimal technique(s) for collecting the necessary data. Techniques including high pressure TGA, coupled techniques, Sievert’s technique and DSC techniques will be reviewed. This webinar will be of interest to graduate and postgraduate researchers, academics and industry professionals involved in green technology.


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