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Bhu Bsc Maths 2010 Answer Key

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Bhu Bsc Maths 2010 Answer Key

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A variety of questions may arise in the UV-curing process of polymeric materials. For example, when does UV-curing start? When is UV-curing complete? What is the reactivity of the resin? What is the glass transition temperature after curing? Which photo initiator does show best performance? How does mechanical property of the cured material change in UV-curing process? Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC), Dielectric Analysis (DEA) and Dynamic Mechanical Analysis (DMA) offer effective means to help to answer these questions. DSC measures reaction enthalpy and degree of cure initiated by radiation. DEA allows for the measurement of changes in the dielectric properties related with ion mobility and dipole alignment during cure. Compared with DSC, DEA is good for fast cure system because data acquisition rate is less than 5ms and more sensitive to small change in cure process when close to the end of cure. DMA measures modulus changes during UV-curing process. These thermal analysis methods are indispensable in both R&D and quality control in the area of UV cure.

Dr. Giovanni Lucchetta is Associate Professor in Manufacturing Engineering at the University of Padova. His research is focused on forming technologies of polymeric materials and microtechnologies, particularly in injection molding. The main research topics are: i) Replication of microstructured and nanostructured surfaces for microfluidic and biomedical applications with particular reference to the analysis and modeling of replication and ejection of high aspect ratio features. ii) Injection molding of polymer compounds, with particular reference to the analysis and modeling of the orientation and concentration of filler particles, to the development of technologies for the rapid variation of the mold temperature, and to the study of their effects on surface properties of the molded parts. iii) Modeling and characterization of the tribological effects of the mold surface properties in the injection micro-molding process to produce complex 3D parts and improve both the filling flow of the polymer melt in narrow cavities and the ejection of the molded micro parts. Prof. Lucchetta has participated in several national and international research projects evaluated by peer review. As an Associate Member of the International Academy for Production Engineering (CIRP), Prof. Lucchetta has an active role in Scientific Technical Committees on Surfaces and Forming. He has been a member of the Polymer Processing Society (PPS) community since 2010 and president of the Italian Division of the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE). Prof. Lucchetta is the author of 121 publications in international journals or proceedings of indexed international conferences. The majority of these are related to injection molding and published in peer-reviewed journals (H-index: 23. Total citations: 1564) 350c69d7ab


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