Cure Characteristic Determination Using Microelectronic Dielectric Sensors
The development of microdielectrometry has made possible production monitoring and cure control in a variety of thermoset resin based systems. As the demands of the technology grow, existing sensors must be demonstrated to have applicability or new sensors must be designed.
KeywordsLoss Factor Polyurethane Foam Dielectric Loss Factor Dipole Motion Thermal Diode
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