Electricity & Electronics Laboratory

Laboratory for electric and magnetic characterization of materials and prototypes. The lab counts of equipments to test the dependence of materials properties and prototypes with magnetic field, tension/deformation and temperature/humidity.

Lab. Manager

Post-Doctoral Researcher
  eduardo.fernandez@bcmaterials.net

Expertise
Micro and Nano patterning, magnetic characterization, High frequency measurements, magnetic sensors, finite elements magnetic simulations.

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In case you want to do any measurement, indicate the requirements and measurement conditions. It´s use is subject to availability, most of the equipments are used in multifunctional materials characterizations.

Tabletop 3D printer with dual extrusion to print different materials (PLA / ABS / Nylon / PET-G / TPU / PVA) simultaneously. It has a maximum impression volume of 210mm x 297mm x 210mm, bed temperature of 100 C and hotends maximum temperature of 280C. The layer thinness goes from 0.05 mm up to 0.5 mm (depending on the nozzle diameter), and a Positioning resolution (X / Y / Z) of 12,5 µm / 12,5 µm / 1 µm.

BCN3D/ Sigma 2018

It can perform standard tensile, bending tests on materials, components, and structures. The maximum tension that can apply is 500N and has two load cells: 500N and 5 5 N. The flexion tests can be done in 3 or 4 points.

Shimadzu/ AGS-J 500N 2006

Enclosure to test the effects of temperature and humidity in materials and electronics. It has a volume of 224 L (600 x 535 x 700mm (WxDxH), with a temperature range of -40°C to +180°C and humidity of 10% to 98% in the range +5°C to +95°C.

Angelantoni Test technologies/ ACS CH250 2013

Automated experimental system for measuring magnetoelastic resonance from 10Hz up to 150 MHz and a field resolution up to 8 A/m and maximum magnetic field of 11 kA/m.

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