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Heat treatment furnace

Exposure tests

With exposure experiments, the... More: Exposure tests …

Coulometric Titration

Coulometric Titration

With Coulometric titration the composition of... More: Coulometric Titration …

DTA-TG specimen holder

Differential Thermal Analysis

Differential thermal analysis is a method... More: Differential Thermal Analysis …

Hightemperature dilatometer

High-Temperature Dilatometry

By means of high-temperature dilatometry, thermal... More: High-Temperature Dilatometry …


Knudsen Effusion Mass Spectrometry

By means of Knudsen effusion mass spectrometry (KEMS), ... More: Knudsen Effusion Mass Spectrometry …



Thermogravimetry (TG) is one of the commonest methods for... More: Thermogravimetry …

Transpiration Method

Transpiration Method

The transpiration method can be used to study the evaporation behaviour of... More: Transpiration Method …

Permeation Test Facility

Permeation Test Facility

The permeation properties of membranes can... More: Permeation Test Facility …

Photo of the TG-MS

Thermogravimetric analysis linked with mass spectrometry

Differential thermal analysis is a method... More: Thermogravimetric analysis linked with mass spectrometry …

Flowchart of thermodynamic modelling

Multiscale modelling of material properties

In the multiscale modelling approach different modelling methods are being linked to each other by exchanging the relevant data and parameters... More: Multiscale modelling of material properties …

Modelling of bainitic microstructure evolution

Parallel computing with CUDA

The programming package CUDA is an interface developed by Nvidia... More: Parallel computing with CUDA …

Oxidation of iron particles under water vapor / hydrogen atmosphere (in ratio of 7:4) after 360 seconds, modelled via parabolic time law.

Finite Element Method

The Finite Element Method is known as one of the most powerful and the state-of-art methods in numerical analysis... More: Finite Element Method …