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[Seminar Information]
Percolation Theory for Development of Conductive Composites, Filler Types, Properties, Compounding and Dispersion Technology Held September 10 (Tuesday) Organizer: CMC Research Co., Ltd.

CMC Research
[Seminar Information]
Percolation Theory for Development of Conductive Composites, Filler Types, Properties, Compounding and Dispersion Technology Held September 10 (Tuesday) Organizer: CMC Research Co., Ltd. …………………………………………………………………………………………… CMC Research Co., Ltd. (Kanda Nishiki-cho, Chiyoda-ku: cmcre.com/), which provides cutting-edge technology information and market information, offers seminars on market trends and technological trends in various materials and chemicals. We are now publishing a book. This time, a seminar titled “Percolation Theory for the Development of Conductive Composites and Types of Fillers, Properties, Compounding and Dispersion Technology” was given as a lecturer by Mr. Norio Kobayashi (Kobayashi Technician Office) Will be held at the Chiyoda Platform Square B1F meeting room (Nishiki-cho, Chiyoda-ku) from 10:30 on Tuesday, September 10, 2019. Tuition: General: 49,000 yen (tax included), our e-mail magazine members: 44,000 yen (tax included), academic price is 25,000 yen (with materials). For details and application for the seminar, please visit our URL below! cmcre.com/archives/44135/ There will be a Q & A session, so please join us. In the development of conductive composite materials consisting of conductive fillers and polymers, the most important relationship between the dispersibility of fillers in polymers and the development of conductivity will be explained based on percolation theory. In the first half of the lecture, we will introduce the basics of percolation theory and the conduction mechanism, followed by a method for obtaining a low percolation threshold by filler localization and a method for evaluating the dispersibility of fillers. In the second half, we will explain in detail the relationship between dispersibility in polymers and the development of conductivity for each type of conductive filler. The fillers covered are carbon black, graphite, carbon fiber, vapor grown carbon fiber, carbon nanotube, graphene and conductive polymer. 1) Seminar theme and date Theme: Percolation theory for development of conductive composites, filler types, properties, blending and dispersion technology Date: September 10, 2019 (Tue) 10: 30-16: 30 Venue: Chiyoda Platform Square B1F 3-21 Kanda Nishikicho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0054, Japan Participation fee: 49,000 yen (tax included) * For mail magazine registrants, 44,000 yen (tax included) * Academic price is 25,000 yen (tax included) Lecturer: Mr. Yukio Kobayashi Director of Kobayashi Technician Office
[Knowledge obtained at seminars]
General knowledge necessary for the development of conductive composite technology Latest technological development trend of conductive composites General knowledge required for technological development of conductive fillers Latest technological development trends of conductive fillers 2) How to apply The seminar site of CMMC Research cmcre.com/archives/44135/ Please apply from We will send you a return ticket, an audition ticket, a venue map, and an invoice.
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3) Introduction of seminar program 1. Percolation phenomenon and conductive composite 1.1 Percolation phenomenon 1.2 Polymer types and properties 2. Conductive mechanism model of resin with conductive filler 2.1 Statistical percolation model 2.2 General Effective Media (GEM) model 2.3 Thermodynamic percolation model 2.4 Dynamic percolation model 2.5 Interparticle Distance (IPD) Model 2.6 Threshold prediction for hybrid filler 3. Conduction mechanism between filler particles 3.1 Direct contact model 3.2 Coating intervening model (tunnel conduction model) 4. Surface modification method and dispersibility of conductive filler 4.1 Modification with silane coupling agent 4.2 Modification by polymer graft 4.3 Other surface modification methods 5. Selective localization of conductive fillers in polymer blend systems 5.1 Double percolation and Young’s formula 5.2 Uneven distribution of filler in two-component polymer blend system 5.3 Uneven distribution of filler in three-component polymer blend system 6. Self-organized conductive network formation system 6.1 PMMA / HDPE / VGCF composite 6.2 Nylon / CB composite with organic montmorillonite 7. Slim-Fast mechanism of high aspect conductive filler 8. Dispersibility evaluation method of resin with conductive filler 8.1 Image statistical analysis 8.2 Morishita Index 9. Characteristics of carbon fillers and compounded resin properties 9.1 Carbon black 9.2 Graphite 9.3 Carbon fiber 9.4 Vapor grown carbon fiber 9.5 Carbon nanotube 9.6 Graphene 10. Characteristics of metal filler and compounded resin 11. Application of conductive polymer to conductive composite 11.1 Types and characteristics of conductive polymers 11.2 Application to conductive composite 12. Summary 4) Instructor introduction
[Instructor Profile]
Mar. 1966 Graduated from Tokyo Institute of Technology, Faculty of Science and Technology, Department of Polymer Engineering April 1966 Joined Showa Denko April 1990 General Manager, Organic Materials Research Department, Research Center April 1997 General Manager, Quality Assurance Department March 2000 Retired from Showa Denko April 2000-Opened Kobayashi Technician Office. Part-time lecturer at Tokyo Polytechnic University and Kanagawa Institute of Technology, Yokohama National University, Joint Research Promotion Center, Visiting Professor
[Books]
“Latest Development of Conducting Polymers / Market Trends and Technical Know-how Collection” (2014), Joint Writing “Dispersibility Improvement, Evaluation and Application of Conductive Fillers and Conductive Aids” (2015), etc. 5) About seminar subjects and benefits ★ Academic pricing: limited to countries, local governments, and universities, graduate school teachers, and students who are qualified by the School Education Law. ★ If two or more people are registered at the same time and all applicants are registered as e-mail magazine members, the second person is free and the third and subsequent people are half the price of the e-mail magazine.
[Person for seminar]
Engineers and researchers engaged in technology development related to conductive composites Engineers and researchers engaged in technological development related to conductive fillers ☆ Click here for details and application ↓ cmcre.com/archives/44135/ 6) Information on related seminars ☆ Click here for the list of seminars to be held! ↓ cmcre.com/archives/category/seminar/seminar_cmc_f/ 7) Information on related books ☆ Click here for a list of published books ↓ cmcre.com/archives/category/cmc_all/ that’s all


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