2 edition of Dielectric cure monitoring found in the catalog.
Dielectric cure monitoring
Benjamin E. Goldberg
1984 by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, National Technical Information Service in Marshall Space Flight Center, Ala, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||by Benjamin E. Goldberg and Marie Louise Semmel.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 86452.|
|Contributions||Semmel, Marie Louise., George C. Marshall Space Flight Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. :|
Each capacitor sensor consists of two metal rings mounted on the circuit board at some distance from the top of the access tube. The height of CP 3 is a relative measure of the reaction rate. The key model involved in the use of these sensors is the electric field model. It was interesting that the resin arrival measurements showed large differences compared with the flow simulations. Unpublished data, our laboratory. The reaction rate increases as the material becomes hotter.
The height of CP 3 is a relative measure of the reaction rate. The system has lost its solubility and its viscosity tends to infinite. CrossRef Google Scholar 3. CP 4 —A user defined slope of log IV to identify end of cure. For isothermal processing, the mean difference was 1.
Cure monitoring relies on monitoring various physical or chemical properties. Sulfur breaks down to form polysulfide cross-links bridges between sections of the polymer chains. The combined dielectric temperature probe provides highly localized measurements of both temperature and changing dielectric properties. We proved that the sensors, wiring and systems can work without any problem under the most challenging aerospace specifications. Hill, W.
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Characteristics of thermoset cure In many cases the change of log IV is proportional to the change of mechanical viscosity before gelation and proportional to the change of modulus after gelation.
The material, initially liquidat the end of the process will be solid : viscosity is the most important property that changes during the process.
This paper reports a new development in Microdielectrometry technology, the addition of a temperature sensor to the probe. Sulfur breaks down to form polysulfide cross-links bridges between sections of the polymer chains. The oscillating electrical field is generated between the two rings and extends into the soil medium through the wall of the access tube.
The epoxy is inserted as a dielectric medium within a parallel plate capacitor. Etchells, N. Thus, in order to achieve vitrification in the resin, it is usually necessary to increase the process temperature after gelation.
CP 3 —Maximum reaction rate, often used as a signpost associated with gelation. The system has lost its solubility and its viscosity tends to infinite. When the amount of water changes in the soil, a probe will measure a change in capacitance due to the change in dielectric permittivity that can be directly correlated with a change in water content.
The capacitor and the oscillator form a circuit, and changes in dielectric constant of surrounding media are detected by changes in the operating frequency. Chen, M. The correspondence between electrical properties of the material within the field and the measurement i.
Simpson and S. It collects input, makes online calculations and sends output for intelligent process control. Curing process[ edit ] Figure 1: Structure of a cured epoxy glue. It can be used with prepreg and liquid molding processes.
References 1. Cole, J.
For isothermal processing, the mean difference was 1. The configuration is like the neutron probe where an access tube made of PVC is installed in the soil; probes can also be modular comb-like and connected to a logger. Upon heating the mixture, the peroxide converts to a free radical, which adds to an acrylate, initiating crosslinking.
Use of AC applies a sinusoidal, time-varying voltage at frequencies between 0. In this work we present the evaluation of dielectric characteristics during the cure of epoxy resins employed in the impregnation of electric and superconducting devices. Johnson and R. Google Scholar 8. Octeau, M.
Ion conductivity is inversely related to resin viscosity prior to gelation and to rigidity after gelation high ion mobility, low resin viscosity and low rigidity. Google Scholar 6. Hill, W. Capacitance sensors are now widely used in irrigation scheduling in agriculture around the world.
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Dielectric Analysis – Dielectric cure monitoring Product Details Dielectric cure monitoring measures electrical properties to determine the cure state and viscosity of thermoset materials, at the same time providing insight into chemistry, reaction rate, formulation and physical parameters.
An on-line indirect cure monitoring prototype system is described based on dielectric spectrometric measurements (frequency dependences of the dielectric modulus and/or dielectric permittivity and/or dielectric loss factor and/or relaxation spectrum).
A key block of the system is the Dielectric Spectrometer. Model DS C interfaced with a standard PC.
A variation of the dielectric frequency Cited by: 3. Dielectric Analysis (DEA) measures changes in dipole orientation and ion mobility in polymers and cross-linked systems by stimulation with an alternating voltage via sensor electrodes.
The DEA method can also be used for online-processes (e.g. cure monitoring) with a suitable sensor technique. Cure Monitoring for Composites and Adhesives David R. Mulligan (Certech) indicated on sylvaindez.com on the date of processing Please Publications Sales, Report 68 Cure Assessment by Physical and Chemical Techniques, B.G.
Willoughby, Rapra Technology Ltd. Frequency dependent dielectric meas-urements using in situ micro sensors, FDEMS, is a particularly useful tech-nique for monitoring the changing state of a coating during synthesis, cure, and aging.1 Measurements can be made in the laboratory to monitor the polymer-ization process in a flask, to monitor cure in an oven or under a UV lamp, and.