Designers and manufacturers of automobiles and components rely more and more on plastics as integral components of their products.

Owing to its ability to characterize the makeup of polymers, infrared spectroscopy is an extremely useful analytical tool for scientists and engineers.  It can be applied across all phases of the product lifecycle including design, manufacture and failure analysis during a product’s use.

This presentation demonstrates the usefulness of infrared spectroscopy, by itself and in combination with other techniques, to assist scientists and engineers in the design, manufacture, and support of products using plastic components.

We provide information in the form of case studies demonstrating the use of infrared spectroscopy applied to plastic material.

45 minutes