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Reactive Processing

The department consists of these working groups:

Highfield-induced interface reactions

  • Molecular structure determination of interfaces, also buried interfaces, by non-linear nanoparticle based FTIR spectroscopy
  • Reactive Coupling of polymers in high magnetic field
  • Development of sensoric surface coatings processed by surface reactive injection moulding

Interface-reactive injection molding

  • Examination of quick reactions on interfaces of polymer melts, including modelling and simulation
  • Surface-reactive injection moulding for in-situ surface modification in the forming process for subsequent coatingling, bonding or metallising
  • Interface-reactive injection moulding to increase composite adhesion
  • Composites of pre-coated and deformable or deformed metal parts (sheets) with thermoplastics by interface-reactive injection moulding

Polymeric membrane materials

  • Development of tailor-made membrane materials with high thermal, mechanical and chemical resistance, high selectivity at desired permeate flux
  • Controll of surface properties to reduce membrane fouling
  • Development of new membrane formation procedures

Thermo-controlled reactions

  • Development of shapeable powder coatings for pre-coating of semi-finished products (metal sheets or coil) and for the logistic redesign of technological processes
  • Development and modification of low-temperature cross-linking powder coating materials for application on SMC and wood materials
  • Determination of kinetic parameters and simulation of curing conditions on (two step curing) powder coatings
  • Development of substances and application technology for a permanent antistatic or conductivity finish of wood composites and plastic materials
 
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Reaktive Verarbeitung

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