Brookfield Engineering offers its Practical Course on Viscosity Measurements. This course is designed to help Brookfield viscometer users comprehend the functionality of their instrument, solve the mysteries of fluid behavior and Rheology, and create successful and repeatable viscosity test methods for use in both R&D and QA/QC environments. Consistent measurement is vital in the success of any product and understanding viscosity is a key part to maintaining quality control.
The course is offered at Brookfield’s headquarters in Middleboro, MA and at major cities across the U.S. Space is limited and customers are encouraged to sign up early. “On-Demand” courses are conducted at the customers’ facilities or at Brookfield’s headquarters. An advanced course, Lab Day/Advanced Viscosity Test Methods, is an on demand course covering more advanced viscosity topics utilizing sample testing.
Practical Course on Viscosity Measurements is Brookfield’s most popular course. A one-day course designed to help you get the most out of your viscometer and rheometer measurements by providing you with information, activities, and techniques that you can easily understand and immediately put to practical use. Discussion topics include how to pick a spindle/speed combination, methodology, rheology, calibration, and verification checks. This is designed for beginner to intermediate users.
Lab Day/Advanced Viscosity Test Methods is an “on demand” course offering. To schedule a class at your facility or at our Middleboro location, call 800-628-8139. This is a one-day, advanced course that focuses on the customer’s interests, formulations, and processing problems. The course covers viscosity and related rheological measurements including: yield stress, shear rate ramps, viscosity vs. temperature profiles, creep and viscoelastic behavior. This course is offered at the Middleboro facility or at the customer’s location. It is designed for the intermediate to advanced users.
Visit www.brookfieldengineering.com/services/educational-programs or call 800-628-8139 for course information and registration.
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