Optimized Polymer Reactions and Enabled Process Control


Optimized Elastomer, Acrylate and Acrylamide Polymer Reactions with ACOMP

This exciting video provides an overview of ACOMP, a smart manufacturing system that generates real-time polymer measurements and enables improved process control, as well as a few case studies and new reaction data. The Optimized Polymer Reactions and Enabled Process Control video is presented by Julia Siqueira, a researcher at Tulane University’s PolyRMC, the university research partner for Fluence Analytics. The video begins by providing information on how ACOMP continuously analyzes polymers during production, enabling users to control desired polymer specifications and characteristics. ACOMP plays a leading role in digital transformation plans by generating never-before-seen data sets that lead to optimized polymer reactions, improved product quality, consistency and yields, reduced cycle times, and the mitigation of energy consumption and material waste.

The Optimized Polymer Reactions and Enabled Process Control video then moves into a discussion of ACOMP applications. These case studies include data from a solution SBR reaction, an application tracking residual monomer, and a polymethyl methacrylate polymerization with the presence of a crosslinker. Beyond these ACOMP case studies, the video also presents information on the use of ACOMP to enable active polymer process control via a molecular weight controller and new data that was collected by incorporating an FTIR detector, which can provide for improved and more detailed concentration and composition measurements.

Finally, the video covers how Lab ACOMP can help companies accelerate the product development of next-generation smart materials, powering new, sustainable applications and the circular economy. Click below to view this dynamic webinar today and learn how your company can transform its polymer operations processes with ACOMP’s next-generation real-time monitoring and analytics technology.

Webinar topics include:

1) Overview of ACOMP and its smart manufacturing capabilities
2) ACOMP case studies: SSBR, residual monomer, and PMMA with the presence of a crosslinker
3) ACOMP enabled active process control and and new data incorporating FTIR measurements

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