Henri Burhin

Mr. Henri G. Burhin is retired from Alpha Technologies (former Monsanto Instrument and Equipment). His career in Monsanto, Flexsys and Alpha Technologies was 39 years long. At Monsanto/Alpha Technologies/Dynisco, he supported the sale organisation of modern rubber testing instrument with special emphasis on rheological tools. He also participated in the latest development on the RPA2000 instrument towards higher productivity, sensitivity, accuracy and novelty. He acquired a wide experienced in non-linear viscoelasticity, also quoted as “FT-Rheology” or LAOS. He has been working in close collaboration with the UCL (Université Catholique de Louvain) Belgium in the polymer department. He holds 2 patents and several papers and has been speaker at several international conferences around the world. He is graduated in chemistry from a Technical college followed by a bachelor degree in Chemistry. Since 2012, he is rubber rheology and technology consultant, teaching rheology classes at rubber companies in Europe, Asia and North America including for TechnoBiz Group.

Scheduled Webinars by Expert

June 2022

Viscosity Measurement of Rubber Compounds
Date: 29 June 2022 (Wednesday)
Time: 10.00 am CET , ~71 Min
Speaker: Henri Burhin
Language: English
Registration Fee: Member: 150 US$
Non-Member: 250 US$
Group (5-Pax): 600 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This KnowHow webinar reviews the various way of measuring rubber compound viscosity such as steady shear and dynamic. It also go through the pros and cons of both methods and the relevance of them. It reviews the most relevant method for predicting processing output of extruder or monitoring mixing consistency.
Speaker: Mr. Henri G. Burhin is retired from Alpha Technologies (former Monsanto Instrument and Equipment). His career in Monsanto, Flexsys and Alpha Technologies was 39 years long. At Monsanto/Alpha Technologies/Dynisco, he supported the sale organisation of modern rubber testing instrument with special emphasis on rheological tools. He also participated in the latest development on the RPA2000 instrument towards higher productivity, sensitivity, accuracy and novelty. He acquired a wide experienced in non-linear viscoelasticity, also quoted as “FT-Rheology” or LAOS. He has been working in close collaboration with the UCL (Université Catholique de Louvain) Belgium in the polymer department. He holds 2 patents and several papers and has been speaker at several international conferences around the world. He is graduated in chemistry from a Technical college followed by a bachelor degree in Chemistry. Since 2012, he is rubber rheology and technology consultant, teaching rheology classes at rubber companies in Europe, Asia and North America including for TechnoBiz Group.

Viscosity Measurement of Rubber Compounds
Date: 29 June 2022 (Wednesday)
Time: 10.00 am EST , ~71 Min
Speaker: Henri Burhin
Language: English
Registration Fee: Member: 150 US$
Non-Member: 250 US$
Group (5-Pax): 600 US$
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This KnowHow webinar reviews the various way of measuring rubber compound viscosity such as steady shear and dynamic. It also go through the pros and cons of both methods and the relevance of them. It reviews the most relevant method for predicting processing output of extruder or monitoring mixing consistency.
Speaker: Mr. Henri G. Burhin is retired from Alpha Technologies (former Monsanto Instrument and Equipment). His career in Monsanto, Flexsys and Alpha Technologies was 39 years long. At Monsanto/Alpha Technologies/Dynisco, he supported the sale organisation of modern rubber testing instrument with special emphasis on rheological tools. He also participated in the latest development on the RPA2000 instrument towards higher productivity, sensitivity, accuracy and novelty. He acquired a wide experienced in non-linear viscoelasticity, also quoted as “FT-Rheology” or LAOS. He has been working in close collaboration with the UCL (Université Catholique de Louvain) Belgium in the polymer department. He holds 2 patents and several papers and has been speaker at several international conferences around the world. He is graduated in chemistry from a Technical college followed by a bachelor degree in Chemistry. Since 2012, he is rubber rheology and technology consultant, teaching rheology classes at rubber companies in Europe, Asia and North America including for TechnoBiz Group.

On-demard Webinars by Expert

Rubber Process Analyzer (RPA) : How to Use it Efficiently?
Speaker: Henri Burhin
Registration Fee: Member: 225 US$
Non-Member: 375 US$
Group (5 Pax): 900 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~120 Min
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This webinar will review the basic principles in the instrument design with the advantages and possible flaws. It will review the most efficient and precise way its use it in polymer characterization and compounded rubber. The webinar will provide examples of production troubleshooting and and process prediction. Finally, it will summarize the good testing practice and decode/demystify some non-scientific publications related to RPA.
Speaker: Mr. Henri G. Burhin is retired from Alpha Technologies (former Monsanto Instrument and Equipment). His career in Monsanto, Flexsys and Alpha Technologies was 39 years long. At Monsanto/Alpha Technologies/Dynisco, he supported the sale organisation of modern rubber testing instrument with special emphasis on rheological tools. He also participated in the latest development on the RPA2000 instrument towards higher productivity, sensitivity, accuracy and novelty. He acquired a wide experienced in non-linear viscoelasticity, also quoted as “FT-Rheology” or LAOS. He has been working in close collaboration with the UCL (Université Catholique de Louvain) Belgium in the polymer department. He holds 2 patents and several papers and has been speaker at several international conferences around the world. He is graduated in chemistry from a Technical college followed by a bachelor degree in Chemistry. Since 2012, he is rubber rheology and technology consultant, teaching rheology classes at rubber companies in Europe, Asia and North America including for TechnoBiz Group.

Viscosity Measurement of Rubber Compounds
Speaker: Henri Burhin
Registration Fee: Member: 225 US$
Non-Member: 375 US$
Group (5 Pax): 900 US$
Language: English
Time Length: ~71 Min
To Register: Details & Register
Description: This KnowHow webinar reviews the various way of measuring rubber compound viscosity such as steady shear and dynamic. It also go through the pros and cons of both methods and the relevance of them. It reviews the most relevant method for predicting processing output of extruder or monitoring mixing consistency.
Speaker: Mr. Henri G. Burhin is retired from Alpha Technologies (former Monsanto Instrument and Equipment). His career in Monsanto, Flexsys and Alpha Technologies was 39 years long. At Monsanto/Alpha Technologies/Dynisco, he supported the sale organisation of modern rubber testing instrument with special emphasis on rheological tools. He also participated in the latest development on the RPA2000 instrument towards higher productivity, sensitivity, accuracy and novelty. He acquired a wide experienced in non-linear viscoelasticity, also quoted as “FT-Rheology” or LAOS. He has been working in close collaboration with the UCL (Université Catholique de Louvain) Belgium in the polymer department. He holds 2 patents and several papers and has been speaker at several international conferences around the world. He is graduated in chemistry from a Technical college followed by a bachelor degree in Chemistry. Since 2012, he is rubber rheology and technology consultant, teaching rheology classes at rubber companies in Europe, Asia and North America including for TechnoBiz Group.

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