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new technology forums.
& Shastery (CIATEQ)8:00 a. m.
3m film and coating new technology for photovoltaic module design
The key components of the monthly rice film and coating of HaoGe and monthly M Company ensure photovoltaic (PV)
The module meets the goals of efficiency and durability.
The 3m has a wide range of film solutions in the PV market, developing unique performance in addition to core adhesive and tape products.
These photovoltaic products include the back panel, super-blocking film, anti-dirty coating, anti-reflective film and filling glue.
In this presentation, the functions of the above-mentioned films and their technological developments will be discussed, as well as their excellent performance in improving the efficiency and longevity of photovoltaic modules, with a focus on packaging agents. 8:30 a. m.
High test and challenge
High performance thermoplastic plastics for oil and gasPressure/High-
Thermoplastic plastics from Jason erix, such as Ethereum ketone (PEEK)
Over the years, their compounds have been successfully applied to sealed components for various oil and gas applications.
Recently, in harsh underground environments, there is a growing demand for materials that can withstand higher temperatures and pressures.
Polyaromatic ketone of various grades (PAEK)
Materials are available for such demanding applications.
Several grades of PAEK materials and their compounds were evaluated.
The mechanical properties of these materials were determined internally and compared with published literature.
The thermal dynamic mechanical properties of these materials under high temperature are measured by dynamic mechanical analysis method.
Several PAEK materials age in high waterpressure/high-temperature (HP/HT)conditions.
The glass transition temperature and modulus after aging of these materials were analyzed and compared with the properties before aging of the corresponding materials.
In addition, in HP/HT, several PAEK materials age for up to 28 days in two control line fluids and two completion fluids.
It was found that the chemistry of the fluid and the chemical structure of the PAEK polymer affected the changes in the mechanical properties of the PAEK material after aging.
These new heights
Evaluate performance materials through a series of HP/HT backup ring tests to determine possible performance improvements in the service.
The results of these tests will be reviewed to determine whether the new grade of PAEK materials can provide satisfactory performance at any time
Increase in temperature and pressure. \" 9:00 a. m.
Nano-materials and polymer nano-composites for energy
Texas A & M University Jue Sue\'s demand for sustainable and eco-friendly energy and energy conservation has driven the creation of a large number of new concepts and methods for harvesting clean energy, safely extracting inaccessible oil and gas layers and improving energy consumption efficiency.
In order to deploy many attractive new ideas such as wind energy, solar energy and deep sea oil drilling, high-performance polymer materials must be used to meet the required economic, environmental, and safety requirements.
An important enabling factor in achieving the above opportunities is the use of Wells
Nano-materials organized in the form of polymer nano-composite materials or thin films as structural or device components in applications.
In this presentation, a successful example of nano-material/nano-composite materials prepared using a new method will be given to illustrate how to manipulate the dispersion and9:30 a. m.
Low-cost, continuous and ecological surface preparation technology for lithium-ion batteries and photovoltaic
This presentation shows the surface properties of polymer-enhanced-
Foundation separator for lithium-ion batteries and photovoltaic cell polymer assemblies using atmospheric plasma technology.
The specific solution is to create high
Performance and cost
Effective surface properties of separator using in-
Continuous atmospheric plasma technology for practical application of lithium
Ion polymer battery
The modified separation membrane using the atmospheric plasma modification process showed a significant improvement in pro-run and electrolyte retention.
Plasma Treatment of thin-film photovoltaic polymer assemblies (such as backplates, front sheets, packages and junction boxes) results in cleaning of high surface tension and surface contamination to improve interface adhesion.
The report shows the huge cost.
Reduction of lithium
By applying in-, the manufacture of ion batteries and photovoltaic cells can achieve and improve performance
Surface modification technology of continuous atmospheric plasma. 10:00 a. m. Multi-
Functional electro-active polymer and nano-composite
Professor Zhang of Penn State University pointed out that direct and effective coupling between electrical signals and elasticity, heat, magnetism and electricity, multi-functional electrically active polymers (such as iron and electricity polymer and nano-composite materials) the optical signals in the system make them cross the development of a wide range
Coupling of energy-related applications.
This lecture will present the latest work of these multi-functional electrically active polymers in electric cycle cooling, high energy density energy storage devices and energy collection.
By properly controlling the polarization saturation in these polymers, a super
High energy density can be achieved.
In addition, these polymers are compared with other dielectric materials and nanoparticles.
The inclusion can produce new media with high energy density and low loss, which is expected to become an energy storage device for hybrid vehicles.
We will show that by enhancing the polarization \"randomness\" in the iron-electric body polymer, there will be a great electrical heat effect (ECE)
It can be obtained in these polymers.
These polymers are attractive because refrigeration based on the ECE method is more eco-friendly and is expected to achieve higher efficiency.
Hydrogen, carbon and fluorine (HFC)
At present, the refrigerant in the steam compression cycle cooling system is a strong greenhouse gas, accounting for about 25% of the total greenhouse gas emissions.
The improvement of refrigeration efficiency will lead to the reduction of energy consumption. 10:30 a. m.
Robert van de Grampel, Lexan polymer, SABIC Innovative plastic photovoltaic (PV)
The market is one of the most dynamic industries in the world, with a compound annual growth rate of more than 20%. As a feasible and growing mainstream alternative energy, the market has received great attention.
SABIC Innovative plastic offers high levels for its PV customers
Development Support of performance resin technology and application design.
This article will focus on multiple examples of our capabilities.
Recently a new, high
The development of performance Lexan * EXL polymer resin solves the rapid
The trend of the development of photovoltaic connectors and junction boxes towards micromation.
Through innovative filling technology, the enhanced electrical performance exceeds the traditional material by comparing the tracking index (CTI)
Laboratory of underwriters (UL)
Standard with PLC2 rating. The flame-
The flame retardant properties of the material also meet the UL94 V0 standard at 0. 8mm.
In addition, this new material provides excellent lowand high-
Temperature shock resistance (from -40 C to 70 C)
And good long-term corrosion resistance
Performance and weather resistance are long term in a range of demanding outdoor environments.
The features of these combinations enable designers to create thin-
Wall components that tightly combine conductors and integrate junction box systems--
Help reduce solar costs and improve efficiency.
This new level is part of SABIC\'s high-level portfolio.
Performance, multi-functional materials in the photovoltaic industry.
They include Noryl * resin, which provides low density, dimensional stability over a wide temperature range (-40 C to 140 C)
, Low warping, excellent length
Long term weathering, hot and humid performance and excellent electrical and thermal properties.
These features make it suitable for photovoltaic junction boxes and structural installation systems.
Noryl * resin also meets the urgent needs of the industry for the long term
Resistant to materials.
Application of polymer in the health Joint Forum of medical plastics sector at 8: 00 on Tuesday, April 3m. -11:00 a. m.
Organizer: Sadr C.
Jana, Prithu Mukhopadhyay and Len Czuba this workshop is dedicated to the application of polymers in health research, emphasizing materials and processes that are far from commercial but rich in science and new concepts.
The seminar focused specifically on drug delivery, absorbent materials, plastic surgery, implants, instruments, and tissue engineering for transplant and implants. 8:00 a. m.
Multi-functional polymer network and its application potential in MD
Professor of Life Science Materials, University of Potsdam, and Professor of Chemistry, Andria renderain, FU Berlin biomedical applications, requires materials to have a specific combination of performance and function.
Inspired by the complex and diverse needs of these applications, the basic research aims to multi-functional polymer networks that will shape-
Memory ability, tissue compatibility and biodegradable ability. Polymer-
As a multi-material system of mixed structure, it can be realized based on multi-functional materials (e. g.
Composite, multi-fiber or multi-layer structure)
Of several different material components, each has a different but necessary function.
Different functions can also be integrated in a single material system (e. g.
The challenge of the development of multi-functional polymer networks for biomedical applications is the integration of biological principles in Material Design.
A system-based approach is needed, based on a basic understanding of the interaction between the material and the biological environment. 8:30 a. m.
A series of novel network elastic bio-stable biodegradable polyurethane biological materials-
Achieve biological integration of tissue growth and enhanced healingTM]
It is a flexible family of biostable biointegrated stent that has been shown to support the growth and remodeling of tissues in a variety of neurovascular, peripheral vascular and soft tissue pre-clinical model systems.
3-large pore stabilizer-
D. The scaffold is cross
Linked, segmented polycarbonate-
Polyurethane resin matrix, with elasticity and high elasticity, can be customized according to the requirements of a wide range of applications in bioengineering.
The average aperture varies from 250 to 500 um, and the average aperture varies from 100 to 250 um.
It has good biological stability and can resist hydrolysis, enzyme promotion and oxidation degradation.
Unrestricted access to high void content and associated high surface area, as well as biocompatible components, allows cells to attach, multiply and migrate throughout the scaffold matrix, resulting in stable tissue growth, the formation of the extracellular matrix and the good biological integration with the host tissue.
It is made from a new process that involves in-situ foaming steps to form a porous structure, followed by a controlled high temperature heat Net step to remove the cell membrane formed during the foaming process. 9:00 a. m.
Drug release of Bionic shape memory elastic composite materials (SMEC)I. U.
Onyejekwe and RT.
Previously, we reported a new method for the preparation of elastic shape memory polymers using composite designs.
In particular, we realize the combination of shape memory and shape fixing by the mutual penetration of elastic matrix and semi-crystalline microfibers respectively.
In this study, we incorporated the drug into the composite for the controlled release required in cardiovascular applications, where
The limiting step of drug release is through the water penetration of rubber, and water plays a key role in the reaction with the drug
Release donor molecules
Material Design, drug synthesis, composite processing and application in this presentation-
Specific tests will be discussed. 9:30 a. m.
Using polymer for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases VIP ul Dave, advanced engineering and technology, medical devices and diagnostic departments, Johnson & Johnson Polymer plays an important role in the treatment of cardiovascular diseases.
Cardiac catheter insertion is one of the few innovations affecting the future of medicine.
In response to clinical challenges, the technology of balloon catheter and auxiliary delivery system is rapidly evolving.
Drug-eluted stent (DES)
It is another innovation in changing the practice of interventional cardiology, and it is also the choice of patients with symptomatic coronary artery disease who receive interventional treatment.
This presentation will provide an overview of the historical evolution of the catheter, key technologies and products achieved by leveraging the structural, performance and processing relationships of polymer materials.
The presentation will also summarize key requirements for polymers used in DES, including physical properties, stability, compatibility with drugs, biocompatibility with vascular tissue, and control of drug release.
A brief overview of the next generation DES developed using bioabsorbent polymers will also be provided. 10:00 a. m.
Steve Kurtz, the index developed in 1980 s, polyetherketone (PEEK)
It is a relatively new structural biological material, and its application in orthopedics, trauma, spine and dental implants is becoming more and more popular.
With more than ten years of clinical experience, PEEK composites can be customized with elastic modulus, from high-end titanium alloy to cortical bone and bone at the low end of the spectrum.
Initially used in spinal cage due to its MRI
Recently, the development of Peep implants has focused on the equal elastic hip handle, thin orthopedic bearings, bioactive composites, and dental materials.
This lecture provides an overview of the latest developments in the application of Peeps biological materials, as well as metal and ha coatings, plasma treatment, porous peeps, silver-
Resistance of PEEK composite
Composite materials for infection and biological activity peep. 10:30 a. m.
Medical devices and biological materials: FDA\'s point of view
Path/FDA Office of Science and Engineering Laboratory, Department of Chemistry and materials science, Patwardhan, both new and traditional materials, can offer unique opportunities and challenges when used in medical devices.
In the presentation, we will explore this dichotomy through examples of materials used in cardiovascular devices.
Specifically, we will focus on biological absorption and Nanoscale.
In this case, we will also try to clarify
The misnomer of \"FDA-approved materials\", because the FDA-approved medical device is based on specific instructions and not the material containing the device, is a key distinction.
When using traditional materials with a history of successful use, it may be thought or expected that there is an easier way of approval, but this may not be the case.
For example, although some bioabsorbent materials have a long history of use, they are used in new applications (indications)
Bring new challenges.
Similarly, the chemical entities of specific nanoparticles
The material is OK, but the uniqueness of the size
Scale has also raised new concerns.
In some cases, separate material components have been used previously, and thus systemic toxicity has been determined.
However, local biocompatibility of this new indication may pose unknown risks.
Through discussion of these topics, our goal is to clarify some factors that should be taken into account in the design of new materials or traditional materials in the application of medical devices.
Emerging green technologies Wednesday, April 4m. -6:00 p. m.
Organizer: the sustainable growth of Stephane Costeux and Maggie Baumann is one of the main challenges of the 21st century.
Academia, industry and policy makers are joining forces to support and sustain the increasing energy consumption necessary for national development and population growth, while reducing demand for fossil fuels and carbon dioxide emissions.
Plastics will play a central role in achieving many sustainable developments (\"green\")
Technology critical to this effortg.
* Lightweight construction designed for transportation or wind energy collection * nano-
Structured polymers for electronic applications and safe energy storage * C [selective membranes or chemically active polymers]O. sub. 2]
Separation and isolation * thermal discoloration or reflective film to reduce cooling load in buildings and transport * advanced thermal insulation foam to reduce energy loss in buildings * emerging energy-saving lighting technology industry leaders and academic experts, who will share their vision and needs for success and present the latest developments in these areas.
Create a sustainable future through innovation
Theresa kotanch, vice president-
Sustainable technology and innovative procurement of Dow Chemical Corporation (USA)
Energy is the only most powerful engine of growth and prosperity in our society.
In the coming decades, its production and use needs to increase significantly, both to meet the needs of the industrialized world and to meet the growing needs of the developing world.
The future of energy is related to innovative technologies and materials from chemistry. -from energy-
Save the product to the next solar panel and battery
A hybrid car.
In particular, there are many opportunities to design and use plastics or optimize efficiency or sustainability in emerging applications.
No one cares more about solutions than Dow Chemical, or is more capable of having an impact on overlapping issues such as raw material supply, energy efficiency, and climate protection.
At this workshop, we will focus on Dow\'s most innovative projects, our future priorities, and how we can invest in collaborative research to accelerate the delivery of our future technologies.
Dr. Cool Planet, talk about two white roofs.
Lawrence Berkeley National LaboratoryUSA)
Keeping a cool white roof in the sun not only reduces the need for air conditioning ---
By increasing the proportion of sunlight reflected into space, they can cool the air and the Earth\'s atmosphere in our city.
Developing the next generation of white roof products that remain clean and highly reflective over time presents new challenges for material scientists and engineers, but may facilitate cooling
Roof benefits over 50%.
We recommend a lowto no-
Cost upgrade plan for new building and final selection of cool roofof-service-
Replace the roof.
Upgrade 80% of AmericaS.
White roof for more than 20 years of performance can save 1.
The present value of a net primary energy source of 5 million BTU is $7. 8B.
It can also reduce C [O. sub. 2]
Reduce emissions by 65 metric tons through energy conservation and provide atime C[O. sub. 2]
280 Mt was offset by negative radiation forcing (
Talk 3 nano-structured polymer materials made of nitrogen oxide-mediated polymerization as solid polymer electrolyte and nano-pore film
Didier Giggs, director of CNRS Studies, University of Provence, Marseille (France)
The design of solid polymer electrolyte for lithium metal battery technology requires the design of a polymer phase with very controllable morphology.
Controlled radical polymerization (CRP)
Over the past 25 years, technology has revolutionized the field of materials science and provided a convenient way to produce a variety of polymer structures and compositions that exhibit unprecedented performance.
Among these materials, Block Polymers represent a unique material category that allows different properties to be combined in a single material.
The main advantage of the block polymer is that it is based on the bonding of two different polymers, thus avoiding the macro phase separation that is not required when the block is not mixed.
In addition, according to the nature/proportion of each block and the experimental conditions for the preparation of the film, The Block polymer can
Assembled into a nano-structure morphology film with tuning properties.
In this presentation, we will demonstrate the potential of nitrogen oxide-mediated polymerization techniques in the efficient preparation of block polymers that meet specific criteria for the preparation of nano-pore membranes that meet solid polymer electrolyte membranes and filtration applications.
Development of thermal conductive polycarbonate composite for LED radiator
Li Xiangyang, Bayer materials science company (USA)
Bayer materials science has introduced different Makrolon polycarbonate products to the market for LED lens applications.
In this presentation, we will introduce the latest product development for LED thermal management.
The radiator is critical to the performance of the LED.
The heat at the junction shortens the life of the LED, reduces its lumen output, and changes its color properties.
Polycarbonate composite with a thermal conductivity of up to 50 W/m or more
K has been developed, two orders of magnitude higher than typical polymer materials, but still much lower than 240 W/m-
K, thermal conductivity of aluminum.
We will try to answer the question of whether the polymer composite can replace aluminum as a radiator material.
The physical performance, process performance, thermal conductivity representation and performance of LED lamp prototype will be introduced.
Dale brothews, president, Quickstep compos (USA)
The most recognized benefit of the composite is the reduction in weight relative to conventional metals, as well as the corresponding reduction in fuel consumption for aircraft, vessels and ground vehicles.
However, today\'s composite industry is increasingly focused on processes and materials that enhance sustainability by reducing energy in manufacturing processes, reducing scrap rates and reducing emissions.
Some of these initiatives will be introduced, including pre-dip materials that provide structural performance without high pressure and energy consumption of the autoclave, processing techniques that reduce the emission of low intrinsic steam pressure of styrene steam and alternative dilutions, reduce automated tape and fiber placement for cutting waste and landfill waste, thermoplastic pre-dip and integrated technology.
New material requirements for further improvement of performance and reduction of curing time will be discussed.