Overview You will gain insight into the role of chemical characterization in newly modified EU Medical Device Regulations (EU MDR) impacting ISO 10993. This webinar highlights how you can leverage HRMS to overcome characterization challenges.
Overview Learn how mechanical test instruments are assisting researchers and engineers in gaining a better understanding of native and artificial tissue performance.
Overview Fatigue and durability testing are critical applications in the regulatory submission process. A variety of methods are discussed in helping to develop predictions for the design, optimization, and approval of medical devices.
Overview In this webinar, we address applications of rheology fundamentals in the testing of biomaterials and biomedical devices. The discussion focuses on two approaches to rheological testing – unidirectional testing and dynamic oscillatory testing.
Overview This webinar addresses microcalorimetric testing can shed light on the effects of coatings and sterilization on material stability and how it can support the overall study of the rate, extent, and prevention of cell adhesion.
The Use of Thermal Analysis for the Characterization of Indicative Parameters for Biomaterial Performance
Overview An overview of the use of thermal analysis techniques in materials characterization is explored with reference to typical examples of the type, quality, and usefulness of data that can be gathered and the interpretation of results.
Description TA Instruments is driving materials innovation with automotive companies to produce safer batteries used in electric vehicles to decarbonize transportation. Learn more: https://www.tainstruments.com/applications/battery-material-testing
Overview The three balls on plate tribo-rheometry accessory is designed for measuring the coefficient of friction of soft materials like food or solid surfaces like coatings. As one of the TA Instruments Discovery Hybrid Rheometer tribo-rheometry accessories, this geometry simplifies surface friction measurements on all DHR models. Advanced TRIOS software makes setup and control easy,…
Overview The ability of a material to store and transfer heat is characterized with the material properties of thermal diffusivity, thermal conductivity, and specific heat capacity. Understanding these properties is critical when exposing a material to a wide array of temperature environments: large gradients, rapid changes, and maintaining stability, to name a few. Accurate…
Overview In this tech tip, we demonstrate how to get reliable Tribo-Rheometry data from point to point contact measurements using the Ball on 3 Balls Geometry on the Discovery HR. This geometry is ideal for studying the effect of friction and long-term wear on materials ranging from automotive components and greases, lubrication in prosthetic devices,…