Global Biochemical Oxygen Demand Analyzer Market 2019-2024: Capital Investment, Industrial Output, Outlook and Forecast 2024

“Biochemical Oxygen Demand Analyzer Market Report 2019 to 2024” is the definitive study of the global Biochemical Oxygen Demand Analyzer market. The content includes orientation technology, industry drivers, geographic trends, market statistics, market forecasts, producers, and equipment suppliers. The report firstly introduced the Biochemical Oxygen Demand Analyzer basics: definitions, classifications, applications and market overview; product specifications; manufacturing processes; cost structures, raw materials and so on. Then it analyzed the world’s main region market conditions, including the product price, profit, capacity, production, supply, demand and market growth rate and forecast etc. In the end, the report introduced new project SWOT analysis, investment feasibility analysis, and investment return analysis. Access Global Biochemical Oxygen Demand Analyzer Market Research Report Details at: at https://www.pioneerreports.com/report/    The overviews, SWOT analysis and strategies of each vendor in the Biochemical Oxygen Demand Analyzer market provide understanding about the market forces and how those can be exploited to create future opportunities. Request for Sample...

A Future-proof ONH Analyzer for Additive Manufacturing

In this interview, Dr. Peter Paplewski discusses the importance of ONH analysis in additive manufacturing and the development of a future-proof analyzer that can be operated by technicians. The initial quality and the further treatment of the metal powder used for additive manufacturing plays an important role in the quality and properties of the final product. Parameters like particle size, distribution and particle morphology are established, but these represent only the “mechanical” part of the characterization, neglecting the metallurgical/chemical part. Although metals have fantastic properties, we all know from our daily lives that they can be prone to corrosion. Regardless whether we call it degradation, oxidation, aging or corrosion, the symptom is always the same: metal is oxidized at the interface between solid (metal) and gas phase (ambience). There are certain factors that determine the speed of this chemical reaction and in this context, it is important to realize that additive manufacturing is related to welding (layer by layer) but has nothing in common with traditional manufacturing. During the additive manufacturing process, metals are in a molten state for a sh...