Fecha registrada: June 15 2010

Duration: 31 minutes 02 seconds

Laser Diffraction has proven itself as a reliable and cost-effective technique for monitoring the emulsions used in the Asphalt Industry. Find out how it's done!
Table of contents
1. Diffraction for Asphalt Emulsion Size Distribution Measurement
01:50
2. Laser Diffraction for Asphalt Emulsion Measurement Presented by Joe Wolfgang, Diffraction Product Manager North America
00:46
3. Laser Diffraction Reasons for success…..
02:39
4. Mastersizer 2000 Advanced measurements made simple…
01:17
5. What does Laser Diffraction measure?
01:02
6. Huygen Diffraction from a single droplet
00:44
7. What does Laser Diffraction Measure? Changes in light scattering as a function of particle/droplet size
00:55
8. Scattering data analysis… Mie Theory
01:17
9. A basic laser diffraction system…
01:25
10. Mastersizer 2000 Optical Design Red Light Scattering
00:51
11. A typical laser diffraction data set… Coarse Particles
00:41
12. A typical laser diffraction data set … Sub-Micron Particles
00:20
13. Scattering data analysis…
00:45
14. What is particle size?
00:45
15. Ceramics: Agglomerate detection…
01:38
16. Latex standard measurements…
00:33
17. Particle Size Effect on Field Performance of Asphalt Emulsion
00:03
18. Typical Asphalt Mixture liquid components
00:22
19. What are we measuring?
00:51
20. Finer particle sizes and narrower distributions set and cure faster, due to better coating
00:18
21. 3 key effects of particle size
00:33
22. What are we measuring?
00:11
23. 3 key effects of particle size
00:18
24. Some examples of how Particle Size effects your profit
00:12
25. As the d50 increases from 3 microns to 12 microns
00:31
26. As the d50 increases from 3 microns to 12 microns
00:33
27. As the d50 increases from 3 microns to 15 microns
00:29
28. If smaller is better, why not aim for 1 micron?
00:47
29. You are not just buying a Malvern product….you are investing in Malvern
01:41
30. Thanks to
01:01
31. Contact Information
05:44