Sponsors & Exhibitors
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Netzsch Thermal Analysis
Netzsch are a leading supplier of thermal analysis and thermophysical properties test instruments for the characterisation of materials as a function of temperature.
Techniques include DSC for enthalpy changes and specific heat, TGA for mass changes, Dilatometry for expansion and shrinkage and LFA for thermal conductivity. Temperatures up to 2800C are possible and instruments are vacuum tight for control of atmosphere and evolved gas analysis by MS, GC-MS or FTIR.
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Netzsch have been supplying standard and special configuration instruments to the nuclear industry worldwide since the early 1980’s, to atomic energy authorities, national nuclear laboratories and universities for on bench, glove box and hot cell/cave use.
THERMO-CALC SOFTWARE AB
The company Thermo-Calc Software AB was founded in 1997 as an offspring from the department of Materials Science and Engineering at KTH, Stockholm, Sweden.
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The mission of Thermo-Calc Software is to develop and supply software, databases and services for technical calculations involving thermodynamics, diffusion and precipitation. Today, we have a proven track record from more than 1,000 sites used in 70+ countries by industry, government and academia for aerospace, automotive, energy, manufacturing, primary metals and more.
The company is based in Sweden with a subsidiary in the U.S and offices in Zürich, Switzerland and Vancouver, Canada. Thermo-Calc Software has also a network of local sales and marketing representatives worldwide.
UKAEA’s mission is to lead the commercial development of fusion power and related technology, and position the UK as a leader in sustainable nuclear energy. The knowledge UKAEA has gained from fusion can now benefit a range of industrial and research applications.
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Our Material Research Facility can analyse the effects of irradiation on materials. MRF works with fission, fusion and other research programmes, bridging the gap between university and nuclear licensed site laboratories.