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Number of hours
Lectures : 15.0
Tutorials : -
Laboratory works : 6.0
Projects : -
Internship : -
Written tests : 1.5
ECTS : 23.0
Officials :Anne BLAYO
Learning outcomes :
To know the main characteristics of printing inks and varnishes, according to the different printing processes: typical compositions, drying processes
To identify the causes of some printing problems related to inks
To use special inks, such as applications to new technologies (e. g. microelectronics).
1.Introduction : general characteristics of printing inks 2.Pigments soluble dyes 3.Offset inks 4.Flexo and gravure inks 5.Ink jet inks and Toners 6.Screen-printing inks 7.UV-curable inks 8.Rheological and physico-chemical properties of printing inks 9. Introduction to functional inks
Objective of the TP Study of rheological properties typical of printing inks. Use of laboratory equipment specific to inks.
Accessibility for people with disabilities : please contact us for further information
Only 1 written exam for the 3 courses: colorimetry, inks and photophysics, photochemistry can be made up in 2nd session
TP CR, not catch up in 2nd session
For TPs To be returned within a maximum of 15 days after the session 2. Plan: 1) Introduction - 2) Experimental materials and techniques - 3) Results and discussion
- 4) Conclusions. Attach your measurement tables to the report (in annex for example). The idea is that we can do the TP again without the statement!
La note d'examen écrit est une évaluation commune au trois cours : colorimétrie, encre et photophysique-photochimie.
Note CM coeff de 55 - Note TP coeff 10 Note finale (55*CM +10*TP)/65
The exam may be taken in french or in english
The course exists in the following
Curriculum - Pagora Engineer - Apprentice - Semester 7 (this course may be followed in
french or in english )
Curriculum - Pagora Engineer - Student - Semester 7 (this course may be followed in french or in english )
Curriculum - - Semester 7 (this course may be followed in french or in english )