Webinars

Upcoming Thermal Conductivity Webinars

C-Therm regularly offers FREE online seminars - or "webinars" - to provide information on new applications and offer participants an opportunity to learn how C-Therm's clients are using the innovative sensor technology. The webinar is a combination of a live powerpoint show presented over the internet, and a conference call with participants. Please browse our listing of live upcoming webinars below or check our library of past  archived webinar recordings .

2019 Webinar Schedule

November 6, 2019 1 p.m. EDT Innovations in Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry for Nuclear Applications

Registration:

Advance registration is required for any listed upcoming webinar. Please click on the Register button below to participate in the upcoming webinar and receive instructions on how to join us online for the event. Please note that if the time is not convenient for your group - C-Therm does offer custom private webinars. Please inquire for further details. Feel free to contact us at info@ctherm.com with any questions.

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Innovations in Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry for Nuclear Applications

Key to designing robust thermal management solutions in the nuclear sector, is a thorough understanding of the thermophysical and thermodynamic properties of the materials and reactions at play. In this webinar, we’ll be highlighting how recent innovations in thermal analysis and calorimetry equipment enable better process design and safety. Applications ranging from molten salts, liquid metals, nuclear waste storage, and radioactive materials testing will be highlighted. Today, within the nuclear power industry we see a push towards small modular nuclear reactors (SMRs). We will present some new tools to enable scientists and engineers to push the boundaries in the design challenges of small nuclear reactors.

This webinar will be of interest to thermochemists, nuclear chemists, process engineers, civil engineers, and mechanical engineers in the nuclear industry and in academia.