Exploring the Behavior of Materials: A Comprehensive Guide to Thermal Analysis and the Push for a Sustainable Future
Thermal analysis involves studying material behavior under varying temperatures and measuring physical and chemical changes. Differential Scanning Calorimetry (DSC) is a widely used technique in thermal analysis that determines thermodynamic properties by measuring heat flow during heating or cooling. DSC provides information on phase changes, melting points, crystallization temperatures, and chemical reactions. This quantitative method calculates parameters like heat capacity and enthalpy, crucial for understanding material stability and applications in sustainable technologies like battery thermal management and wind turbine blade manufacturing.
This article collection hopes to provide researchers and material scientists with more information on thermal analysis using DSC, allowing you to further your research in this field.
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What you will learn about:
- The development of a phase change polymer (PCP) for battery thermal management
- Hybrid active-passive thermal management systems for Li-ion batteries
- Characterization and evaluation of binders for wind turbine rotor blades
- and more!
Articles contained in the collection:
- Preparation of Quasi-Thermoplastic Phase Change Polymer with Intrinsic Antileakage Performance for Battery Thermal Management. (Dong, X. et al.)
- Electrochemical–Thermal Evaluation of an Integrated Thermal Management System for Lithium-Ion Battery Modules (Bahiraei, F. et al.)
- Powder binders used for the manufacturing of wind turbine rotor blades. Part 1. Characterization of resin-binder interaction and preform properties. (Schmidt, S. et al.)