Particle Sizing Masterclass 5: when is shape as important as size?

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00:00:00 Welcome
00:00:59 Particle Sizing Masterclass
00:02:02 Overview
00:02:49 What is automated particle imaging?
00:03:28 Automated Image Analysis: Measurement process
00:04:14 Image capture and analysis
00:05:25 Morphological shape descriptors: Elongation
00:06:47 Morphological shape descriptors: Convexity
00:08:25 Morphological shape descriptors: Circularity
00:09:38 Morphological shape descriptors: Intensity
00:11:04 Morphological shape descriptors: Summary
00:12:26 Result interpretation: Individual particle detail
00:12:54 Result interpretation: Scattergram
00:14:21 Result interpretation: Statistical analysis tools
00:16:27 How to get good particle shape information
00:16:57 Sample presentation: Dispersion
00:18:10 Options for sample dispersion
00:20:42 Static and dynamic image analysis
00:22:19 Sample presentation: Particle orientation
00:23:03 Particle orientation: Simulated example
00:23:37 Particle orientation: Simulated example
00:24:11 Case studies
00:24:30 Processing: Metal injection moulding powders
00:25:32 Metal injection moulding
00:26:53 Product performance: Gypsum
00:27:57 Product performance: Gypsum
00:28:19 Product performance: Gypsum
00:29:02 Understanding production processes: Milling
00:30:06 Understanding product performance: Dissolution
00:31:25 Monitoring fines in abrasive materials
00:33:24 Shape analysis of a nasal spray
00:34:53 Conclusions
00:35:27 Thank you for your attentionAny questions?
00:46:27 Contact Information
In this last webinar in the particle sizing masterclass we won’t actually be talking about particle sizing! We will, in fact, be looking at particle shape.

This is because in some applications particle size may not tell the whole story, and information about particle shape can help to fully understand product performance. In this webinar we will look in more detail at the particle shape information available from image analysis, as well as how to ensure that you get good shape information from your particles.

Finally we will cover some case studies where particle shape information has been used to improve product performance and understand production processes.