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​​​​​​​​                                             Program of the 45th MPA-Seminar

Here you can download the program as a pdf-file: Lecture Program_26 09 19.pdf

Tuesday, October 1st, 2019                              

Auditorium 1

 09:00     Welcome     S. Weihe, MPA University of Stuttgart, ​Germany 


09:05C. Eberl, Fra​​unhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM, Freiburg, GermanyThe Digital Transformation in Materials Science and Technology - Opportunities and Challenges
09:35M. Zürn, Daimler AG, Sindelfingen, GermanyAutomotive Production in the Times of Change| Industry 4.0
10:05S. Edson, Carl Zeiss AG, Corporate Research Technology - Manufacturing, Oberkochen, B. Wiedemann, Carl ZEISS IMT GmbH, Industrial Quality Solution, Oberkochen, Germany   Zeiss 3D ManuFACT: Improving Yield in Additive Manufacturing with Holistic Quality Inspection and Correlation
​10:35A.K. Bhaduri, S. K. Albert, Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research (IGCAR), Kalpakkam, IndiaMaterials Evaluation for India's Mission on Advanced Ultra Supercritical (AUSC) Coal-Fired Technology
​11:05​Discussion
​11:20 ​ ​                                                                         Communication Break

 

 

11:40Donisi, S., Graf, G., Rosswag GmbH, Pfinztal, Germany
12:10A. Munk, KSB SE & Co. KGaA, Pegnitz, GermanyQuality Assurance in Serial Additive Manufacturing with Focus on SLM
​12:40 ​ ​                                                                                   Communication Break
13:45H. Cerjak, N. Enzinger, Institute of Materials Science, Joining and Forming, Graz University of Technology, F. Mendez Martin, Department Physical Metallurgy and Materials Testing, Montanuniversität Leoben, Austria In-Situ Rehabilitation of Embrittled High Strength Steel Penstock Welds
14:15K. Metzger, GKM Großkraftwerk Mannheim AG, Mannheim, F. Kluger, GE Boiler Deutschland GmbH, Stuttgart
A. Klenk, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany
Investigations on the Behavior of High Temperature Components in Test Loops
14:45J. Bareiß, EnBW Energie Baden-Württemberg AG, Stuttgart, T. Steck, GE Power, Stuttgart, Germany​Application of Martensitic Steels in Power Plants - Qualification, Standardization, Quality Assurance, Experience and Operational Safety
​15:15A. Jovanović, S. Chakravarty, Steinbeis Risk Technologies, Stuttgart, Germany​Applying Business and Artificial Intelligence (BI/AI) Concepts in Optimized, Risk-based Maintenance and Inspection of Power and Process Plants Components
15:45                                                                           Communication Break
16:05M. Friedrich, Institute for Materials Testing, Materials Science and Strength of Materials (IMWF), University of Stuttgart, M. Huang, A. Klenk, S. Weihe, MPA University of Stuttgart, GermanyCeramic Matrix Composite-jacketed Piping for High-Temperature Applications:
A new Approach for Pipe Repairs and Piping in Highly Efficient Plants
16:30T. Schopf, S. Weihe, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany​Investigations of the Fatigue Behavior of Austenitic Stainless Steels in the HCF- and VHCF-Regime
16:55C. Böhm, S. Weihe, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany​Microstructure Evolution in Laser Beam Welding of Aluminium Alloys: Insights through Solidification Simulation
17:20F. Panzer, M. Werz, S. Weihe, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany​Characterization of the Friction Stir Welding Dynamics for Improved Process Reliability

 

Poster Session

18:00 -19:00   Poster Session at the Foyer

Evening Reception

19:00              Evening Reception in the Plenary Hall  (for details please see below)

 

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019

Auditorium 1

08:40M. Schwienheer, Chair and Institute for Materials Technology (IfW), TU Darmstadt, A. Klenk, MPA University of StuttgartGermanyCreep Performance and Ductility of Martensitic Steels (P91/P92)
​09:10R. Mohrmann, RWE Power AG, Essen, H. Oesterlin, Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM, Freiburg i. Br., Germany​Residual Lifetime Estimation by Scatter Band Analysis of a E911 Pipe Bend of a USC Power Plant
09​:40M. Yaguchi, K. Masayuki, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Yokosuka, Japan​Estimation of Creep Rupture Property Based on Short-term Data of Long-term Used P91 Steels
10:10                                                                          Communication Break                    
​10:30​M. Jürgens, J. Olbricht, N. Sonntag, B. Skrotzki, Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM), Dep. Materials Engineering, Berlin, GermanyCyclic Operation Performance of 9-12% Cr Ferritic Martensitic Steels. Part 1: Cyclic Mechanical Behavior under Fatigue and Creep-Fatigue Loading
​11:00L. Agudo Jácome, G. Nolze, F. Roohbakhshan, B. Fedelich, J. Olbricht, B. Skrotzki, Federal Institute for Materials Research and Testing (BAM), Dep. Materials Engineering, Berlin, GermanyCyclic Operation Performance of 9-12% Cr Ferritic Martensitic Steels. Part 2: Microstructural Evolution During Cyclic Loading and its Representation in a Physically-based Micromechanical Model
​11:30M. Kanai, M. Yaguchi, Central Research Institute of Electric Power University, S. Komazaki, Kagoshima University, A. Kumada, M. Tomobe, Kobe Material Testing Laboratory Co. Ltd., Japan​Effect of Taking Sample Scoop on Creep Life of P91 Steel Pipe
​12:00S. Komazaki, K. Obata, Kagoshima University, M. Kanai, M. Yaguchi, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry (CRIEPI), A. Kumada, M. Tomobe, Kobe Material Testing Laboratory Co., Ltd., Harima, Japan​Creep Strength Assessment of Service-Exposed Gr.91 Boiler Piping by Small Punch Creep Test
12:30                                                                          Communication Break​ ​ ​

 

 

13:30Y. Zhang, Y. Zhang, X. Huo, K. Li, Shanghai Electric Power generation Equipment Co., Ltd, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China​Investigation of Creep Rupture Properties of Dissimilar Metal Weld Between Inconel 617B and 9%Cr Steel
14:00S. Shi, L. Sun, Shanghai Electric Power Generation Equipment Co., Ltd. Turbine Plant, S. Zhao, Shanghai Power Equipment Research Institute C., LTD, China Corrosion of Turbine Alloys for Supercritical Carbon Dioxide Cycle
14:30

 

 

15:00K. Metzger, GKM Großkraftwerk Mannheim AG, Mannheim, S. Bergholz, Framatome GmbH, Erlangen, A. Klenk, F. Silber, MPA University of Stuttgart, T. Müller, KSB SE & Co. KGaA, Frankenthal, J. Rudolph, Framatome GmbH, Erlangen, Germany

15:30J. Steinbock, W. Holzer, O. Lopian, J. Deininger, TÜV Süd Industrie Service GmbH, Munich, A. Beck, J. Rottenkolber, Uniper Kraftwerke GmbH, KW Ingolstadt, S. Medenbach, A. Marx, Müller & Medenbach, Gladbeck,  Germany​Lifetime Expansion of Boiling Water Circulation Pumps with Cracks - Newest Application Case

 

 

Auditorium 2

​08:40F. Eibl, Y.-Ch. Hagedorn, Aconity GmbH, Herzogenrath, Germany​Machine Technology for Full Exploitation of Additive Manufacturing's Potential
09:10J. Neumann, Weierstrass-Institute for Applied Analysis and Stochastics, Berlin, Germany and Rafinex S.à.r.l., Senningerberg, Luxembourg, A. Abeed, A. Wilmes, Rafinex S.à.r.l., Senningerberg, LuxembourgStochastik Topology Optimization for Robust and Safer Lightweight Design
09:40 T. R. Möller, Carl Zeiss SMT GmbH, Oberkochen, A. Nitschke, MPA University of Stuttgart, T. Niendorf, T. Wegener, Institut für Werkstofftechnik, University of Kassel, B. Heine, B. Balci, Faculty mechanical Engineering and Materials Science, Aalen University, GermanyA Contribution to the Assessment of the Fatigue Behavior of Additively Manufactured Invar (Ni 36)
​10:10 ​ ​                                                                                  Communication Break
10:30 ​C. Kontermann, M. Krämer, Chair and Institute for Materials Technology (IfW), TU Darmstadt, A. Udoh, A. Klenk, MPA University of Stuttgart, R. Herzog, MAN Energy Solutions SE, Oberhausen, Germany​Investigations on the Qualification of Additively Manufactured Components for High Temperature Applications
​11:00G. Mohr, S. J. Altenburg, A. Ulbricht, Federal Institute for Materials ​Research and Testing (BAM), Berlin, Germany​In-situ Defect Detection in Laser Powder Bed Fusion (L-PBF) by Using Thermography and Optical Tomography
​11:30
B. Keßler, D. Dittrich, J. Standfuß, B. Brenner, Fraunhofer Institute for Materials and Beam Technology IWS, Dresden, C. Leyens, Fraunhofer IWS and Technische Universität Dresden, G. Maier, Frau​nhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM Freiburg, Germany
Laser-Multi-Pass Narrow-Gap Welding – An Innovative Joining Technology
​12:00I. Reinkensmeier, R. Blank, J. Kuhn, Siemens AG, Berlin, Germany​Brazing of SLM Generated Nickel Base Materials for Turbine Application in the Hot Gas Area
​12:30                                                                          Communication Break

 

  
​13:30​J. Rudolph, M. Herbst, A. Roth, A. Willuweit, Framatome GmbH, Erlangen, C. Swacek, T. Schopf, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany​Important Effects in Environmentally Assisted Fatigue (EAF) of Austenitic and Ferritic Steel Components Including Welds and their Consideration in a Fatigue Assessment Concept
​14:00A. Mutz, Kernkraftwerk Gösgen-Däniken AG, Däniken, SwitzerlandCalculation Strategy and Results Considering Fatigue of the Recuperator of KKG
14:30S. Münstermann, RWTH Aachen University, Integrity of Materials and Structures, Aachen, Germany, J. Lian, RWTH Aachen and Aalto University, Espoo, Finland, Y. Bao, University of Science and Technology, State Key Laboratory of Advanced Metallurgy, Beijing, China​In-Situ Rehabilitation of Embrittled High Strength Steel Penstock Welds
15:00A. Roth, Framatome GmbH, Erlangen, GermanySurface Issues @ Stainless Steels - A Critical View at Common Concepts
 
 
 

Tuesday, Oct. 1st

Evening Reception

The evening reception will be held in the Lecture Hall of the Filderhalle.

Program:

  • Dinner, interrupted by:
  • Best Paper Award for the lectures in the session "Research Work at MPA Stuttgart"
    Dr.-Ing. Sven Donisi, Rosswag GmbH, Sponsor
  • Awarding of the Carl-von-Bach-Commemorative-Medal
    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Stefan Weihe, MPA University of Stuttgart
  • Science Slam
      

The reception will be accompanied by the Brass Quartett "Metallophon".  

 

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MPA-Tour

Around noon on October 2nd you have the possibility to visit the MPA labs. Expert staff will guide you to the MPA on the campus Vaihingen.

You can sign up online or on the pdf-form (see "Fees and Registration")