Short Course on Industrial Wetting

Technische Universität Darmstadt - Center of Smart Interfaces
In Darmstadt

1.200 
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  • Kurs
  • Fortgeschritten
  • Darmstadt
  • 32 Lehrstunden
  • Dauer:
    4 Tage
Beschreibung

The Short Course on Industrial Wetting aims at presentation of fundamentals and industrial applications of wetting phenomena to engineers and researchers in chemical, mechanical, pharmaceutical, environmental and food engineering.

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Darmstadt
Alarich-Weiss-Str. 10, 64287, Hessen, Deutschland
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· An wen richtet sich dieser Kurs?

The Short Course on Industrial Wetting is designed for engineers and researchers encountering the wetting issues in chemical, mechanical, pharmaceutical, environmental and food industry. The course embraces the fundamentals of wetting, the theoretical, numerical and experimental aspects of statics and dynamics of wetting as well as industrial applications.

· Worin unterscheidet sich dieser Kurs von anderen?

The program foresees intensive discussions between the participants and the lecturers and also among the participants. The aim is to address on-going development and application problems suggested by the participants. Industrial exhibitors of wetting and spreading diagnostics will be available on the second day for demonstrations and discussions.

Was lernen Sie in diesem Kurs?

Wetting phenomena
Static and dynamic wettability
Applications of wetting phenomena

Dozenten

Tatiana Gambaryan-Roisman
Tatiana Gambaryan-Roisman
Films and Drops

The Short Course on Industrial Wetting features 14 renowned experts in the field and is directed by Prof. Tatiana Gambaryan-Roisman. She heads the research group Films & Drops at the Institute of Technical Thermodynamics at the TU Darmstadt.

Themenkreis

The fundamentals of interfacial physics and wetting phenomena are addressed in the first day of the course, together with the methods of theoretical and numerical description of wetting.

The second day is devoted to techniques for preparation of surfaces and characterization of interfaces. These are experimental methods determining contact angle, interfacial tension, etc.

On the third day the complex wetting phenomena will be presented, involving complex surfaces (soft, textured, porous, coated…) and complex liquids (surfactant solutions). A special focus of the day lies on the methods of controlling the wetting phenomena.

The last day is devoted to typical industrial applications relying on the wetting phenomena such as functional printing and coating, prevention of ice accretion, etc.

The program foresees intensive discussions between the participants and the lecturers and also among the participants. The aim is to address on-going development and application problems suggested by the participants. Industrial exhibitors of wetting and spreading diagnostics will be available on the second day for demonstrations and discussions.