Program JOIN-TRANS 2018


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Wednesday, May 16th, 2018

From 12.30

Registration of the Participants

Lunch Break/Exhibition

13.30

Opening of the Conference
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Steffen Keitel, Chairman of the ECWRV „European Committee for Welding of Railway Vehicles“

13.40

State of the art and revision of EN 15085 – Interpretation by MCB (IIS) and manufacturer (Alstom)
Dr. Eng. Stefano Clerici, Dr. Eng. Giacomo Piromallo, IIS Cert Srl, Genova, Italy; Dipl.-Ing. Martin Strothmann, ALSTOM Transport Deutschland GmbH, Salzgitter, Germany

14.20

Practical examples for inspections acc. EN 15085
Dipl.-Ing. Albrecht Hans, GSI mbH, NL SLV Duisburg, Germany

14.40

Coffee and Tea Break/Exhibition

15.10

ECM-certification for locomotives and other rail vehicles - consequences  for welding process
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Wolfgang Rösch, Michael Rösch, RöschConsult Group GmbH, Reinheim, Germany

15.40

Actual Status of the EN Standard for Adhesive Bonding of Railway Vehicles
Dr.-Ing. Jan Glaser, ALSTOM Transport Deutschland GmbH, Salzgitter, Germany

19.00 - 22.00

Dinner Evening in Leopoldina

German National Academy of Sciences, Jägerberg 1, 06108 Halle (Saale)

Founded in 1652, the Leopoldina is one of the oldest academies of science in the world. It is dedicated to the advancement of science for the benefit of humankind and to the goal of shaping a better future. With some 1,500 members, the Leopoldina brings together outstanding scientists from Germany, Austria, Switzerland and many other countries.

Source: www.leopoldina.org

Thursday, May 17th, 2018

09.00

Non Destructive Testing via Eddy Current Methods: Train Applications
Hauke Springer, Springer New Technologies GmbH, Bad Wildbad, Germany; John Hansen, ETherNDE Limited, UK

09.30

New developed ac/dc-pulse technology for mt-testing and demagnetization of steel components with application
Dr.-Ing. Peter Hirsch, Henry Hirsch, HPT Hirsch Prüftechnik GmbH, Zweibrücken, Germany

10.00

Opportunities and requirements of non-destructive residual stress measurements in the field of railway vehicle manufacturing
Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Ronny Baum, Prof. Dr.-Ing. Steffen Keitel, SLV Halle GmbH, Germany

10.30

Coffee and Tea Break/Exhibition

11.00

Quality control for aluminum vehicle welding with AC-pulsed GMAW

Dr.Eng. Keiji Kadota, Wakana Kondo, Tetsuo Era, OTC DAIHEN, Japan

11.30

Laser Beam Welding of Longitudinal Roof Beams and Special Profiles for Rail Car Manufacturing
Dipl.-Phys. Holger Alder, Dipl.-Ing. Thomas Fittkau, M.Sc. Leo Pflugradt, Dipl.-Ing. Ludger Wesselmann, Photon AG, Berlin, Germany

12.00

Lunch Break/Exhibition

13.00

Additive Manufacturing @ Siemens Mobility
Maximilian Kunkel, Siemens AG, Erlangen, Germany

13.30

Welding specifics during the manufacturing of locomotives in Russia
Mirko Löber, Bombardier Transportation GmbH, Kassel, Germany

14.00

Experimental studies in relaxation and embedding of end-coated components with preloaded bolted joints
Christian Denkert, Thomas Schoppan, Dr. Ralf Schnelle, Dr. Ralf Glienke, Fraunhofer IGP, Rostock, Germany

14.30

Coffee and Tea Break

15.00

European Design and Made in the USA
Dipl.-Ing. Thomas Schmidt, ECE Global, LLC, Itasca, Unites States

15.30

BIM : Technological development and software tools to integrate railway libraries, special & normative con-straints of large linear projects
M. Bensalah, A. Elouadi, H. Mharzi, Colas Rail Casablanca, Morocco

16.00

End of the Conference

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