FRAUNHOFER-CENTER FOR HIGH TEMPERATURE MATERIALS AND DESIGN HTL
Booth No: 3-46
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The Fraunhofer HTL develops materials as well as measuring and simulation methods for high temperatures. ThermoOptical measuring (TOM) furnaces are developed and used for material characterization and optimizing of thermal processes like drying, debinding or sintering. The primary focus of research is to improve quality as well as material and energy efficiency of heating processes concurrently.
TOM_air is a MoSi2 heated furnace for the high temperature characterization of materials and process optimization. Dimensional changes are detected op...
This thermo-optical measurement (TOM) setup in a vacuum-tight, graphite heated furnace upto 2200 C allows the study of various high temperature phenom...
TOM_wave combines a thermo-optical measuring system (TOM) with a 1800 C high-temperature furnace and a 600 W CO2 laser for characterizing materials wi...
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