The samples isothermally
crystallized under different crystallization temperatures (135[degrees]C, 140[degrees]C, and 145[degrees]C) are compared, including the samples quenched into ambient temperature.
5 shows surface morphologies of the 309 samples oxidized isothermally
with and without coating at 650[degrees]C and 750[degrees]C for 100 hrs, when the sample is oxidized in two different temperatures.
2) Gillham and co-workers investigated the interplay between cure temperature and extent of cure to develop time-temperature-transformation (TTT) diagrams for isothermally
cured epoxy-amine systems that can describe many types and classes or conditions for thermosetting polymers (Figure 11).
bp]) by isothermally
expanding the system's volume (Danesh, 1998).
had their thermal histories erased and were then re-aged isothermally
at ambient temperature without further chemical degradation.
Firstly, for simplicity, the system is assumed to behave isothermally
32 cm) SS column, was operated isothermally
at 150[degrees]C with an He carrier at 25 mL/min, detector He at 30 mL/min, and an FID temperature of 250[degrees]C.
Then they were heated in a water bath ranging from 30 C to 90 C and held isothermally
for 2 minutes, 5 minutes, 10 minutes or 15 minutes.
To prevent hot gases from condensing, all metal cells can be heated to 150 C, with an accuracy within 1[degrees], and are isothermally
stabilized throughout the cell volume.
If, though, the chamber is not heated isothermally
and the temperature is not constant throughout, the molecules may selectively resorb on colder spots.
Heat pipes can move heat at high rates over appreciable distances isothermally
and without any external pumping.
The CL400 can handle up to four specimens at once, running either dynamically with heating rates from 1 to 15 [degrees] C/min or isothermally
with an upper temperature limit of 350 C.