Making TRIOS Work for You- Thermal and Rheology Edition

Our TRIOS software was designed with our users in mind, but it may not always feel that way. Join us for one or both sessions where we will explore how you can better leverage TRIOS to allow you to program and troubleshoot experiments as well as analyze and report data the way you want to. 

Optimizing the Use of TRIOS for Thermal Analysis  

Tuesday, November 10th at 10:30 am CST

  • Experimental Design
  • Sequence Scheduling
  • Using Intelligent Analysis (TGA)
  • Creation of:
    • Overlays
    • New (User Defined) Variables
    • Analysis Parameters
    • Analysis Templates
    • Reports

Troubleshooting Rheological and DMA Experiments with TRIOS  

Thursday, November 12th at 10:30 pm CST

  • Creating/Adding:
    • Procedures and setting parameters for tests
    • New geometries and correctly calibrating them before tests
    • Variables (to optimize testing and evaluate collected data more carefully)
  • How to more effectively use:
    • Auto strain and Non-iterative sampling for Temperature Ramps
    • Axial Force control
    • Steady-State Sensing and evaluating flow data (viscosity vs. shear rate)
    • TTS and Cox-Merz

For more information about this series, please contact your local territory manager Rachel Roccanova ( or Mackenzie Geiger ( 


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