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181210a Material Sciences

Zuletzt geändert:22.01.2020 / von Carlsburg
EDV-Nr:181210a
Studiengänge:
Dozent: Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Ing. Volker Jansen
Sprache: Englisch
Art: -
Umfang: 5 SWS
ECTS-Punkte: 6
Workload: Taught sessions at 4 hrs; 60 hrs/term Preparation for exam at 118,5 hrs/term Exam: 1,5 hrs Total: 180 hrs
Inhaltliche Verbindung zu anderen Lehrveranstaltungen im Modul: Physics for Engineers
Prüfungsform: LT
Bemerkung zur Veranstaltung: Englsich
Beschreibung: Content
Material sciences is split into four separate sections build one upon another, which include:
    Paper engineering;
    Adhesives;
    Inks;
    Polymers.
The course starts with an introduction into atomic and orbital structures followed by an introduction into organic chemistry.
The lecture focuses on scientific and engineering aspects of papermaking from wood to fibre through pulping, conditioning, paper-making and converting.
In a second step mechanisms of adhesion, wetting and spreading are covered. Students will learn how to determine surface energy values of solids and liquids. They will study adhesive formulations, bonding mechanisms, mechanical properties of structural adhesives and the chemistry of adhesives used in the printing and packaging industry.
The course covers pigments, ink chemistry and vanishes followed by a lecture on polymer chemistry.
English Title: Material Sciences
Paper chemistry & paper engineering, bonding mechnanism and adhesives, ink manaufacture and pigments, polmer chemistry and types of polymers.
English Abstract: Content
Material sciences is split into four separate sections build one upon another, which include:
    Paper engineering;
    Adhesives;
    Inks;
    Polymers.
The course starts with an introduction into atomic and orbital structures followed by an introduction into organic chemistry.
The lecture focuses on scientific and engineering aspects of papermaking from wood to fibre through pulping, conditioning, paper-making and converting.
In a second step mechanisms of adhesion, wetting and spreading are covered. Students will learn how to determine surface energy values of solids and liquids. They will study adhesive formulations, bonding mechanisms, mechanical properties of structural adhesives and the chemistry of adhesives used in the printing and packaging industry.
The course covers pigments, ink chemistry and vanishes followed by a lecture on polymer chemistry.
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