Friday, 19 April 2013

Monday April 22

Is my birthday. But more importantly: a full day symposion organised by the student association. My proposal is we all attend in stead of the lecture. Thursday we will continue with pigments

Lecture Thursday 18-4-2013

Here are the updated slides. Remember we did only up and till slide 31. The rest we will cover next week, when we also continue with the pigment chemistries

Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Preparing for Thursday

Thursday we will, after revisiting "weathering" (left over of Monday's slides), move on to pigments!

For this I can recommend to read Chapter 3 of Lambourne and Strivens and the color handbook which can be found in the links

And here you can find the slides already:

Monday, 15 April 2013

Friday, 12 April 2013

Preparing for monday?

We are moving into the optical (other than color) and mechanical properties of coatings.
For this we switch to another book:

COATINGS Theory and Practice 2nd ed.

My lecture(s) will be based on parts of Chapter 16, 17, 18 and 19

Sunday, 7 April 2013

Lecture Monday 8-4-2013

Today we finish the part on additives (see lecture 4/4, previous post) Ch. 10.4 in Marrion

The larger part we will talk about paint application and applications Ch. 12 in Marrion
Slides can be found here:

Wednesday, 3 April 2013

Lecture Thursday 4-4-2013

Today we do three things

1. Finish the binder chemistry by looking at WB dispersion binders.
These are slides 44-59 of this presentation (Ch. 8 of Marrion et al.)

2. Look and smell at some real binders that are drying (or not)

3. Look at the salt and pepper: additives in the paint industry (Ch.10 of Marrion et al).. slides are here:

See you in class!

Good article on alkyd paints and driers

I found a very complete article on alkyds and driers. Including some ideas for new types of driers.
For inspiration

Monday, 1 April 2013

More colour videos with great questions

Lecture 1/4/13: binder chemistry

Monday 1/4. Today we covered all solventbased part. Thursday we do the waterborne dispersions. (from slide 44). And we look at some real binders dry (or not!)