Development of a new rheometer system at MAX IV
Research Project, 2020 – 2022

The basic idea is to design a modular and flexible rotational rheometry system for CoSAXS and ForMAX allowing for most of the rheological experiments currently possible at the different synchrotrons and add on some novel very specific features, as summarized in the technical description included in the outline.
Rheo-SAXS constitutes one of the main scientific cases for CoSAXS and will be an important technique at ForMAX since ForMAX industrial investors are interested in flow properties.


Roland Kádár (contact)

Chalmers, Industrial and Materials Science, Engineering Materials


The Chalmers University Foundation

Funding Chalmers participation during 2019–2021

MAX IV Laboratory

Funding Chalmers participation during 2019–2021

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