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JOM Institute for the Joining of Materials







jom




Founded in 1979






JOM
-
16


16
th

International Conference on the


Joining of Materials





&



7
th

International Conference on


Education in Welding ICEW
-
7




May 10
-
May 13, 2011


Sankt Helene Centre, Tisvildeleje, D
enmark



Organised by


JOM


Supported by:

¤ IIW, Dansk Metal, Danis
h Welding Society DSL, FORCE Technology





SESSIONS TIME

ALLOCATION









For further

information please
e
-
mail, write or telephone
:

JOM. Gilleleje Strandvej 28. DK
-

3250 Gilleleje.
Denmark.

Telephone: +
45 48355458.
E
-
Mail jom_aws@post10.tele.d
k



Registration and

t
he Sessions

May 10
th
, 2011

Registration Start

14.00
h Sankt Helene
, Bygmarken 30,
DK
-

3220
Tisvildeleje

20.00: Dinner




May 11
th
,

2011:

Breakfast
: 07.00
-
08.15


Opening Session: 08.30
-

09.30.

Chair:
Osama Al
-
Erhayem


Coffee break: 0930
-
10.00


Session I:
10.00
-

12.00,
Recent developments in joining technology


Co
-
Chairpersons:

J K Kristensen, FORCE Technology, Denmark



S A L Salem, Iraq


Friction welded aluminium with stainless steel (304),
M. A. Rij
ab, Baguba Technical Institute
-

Mechanical Department,
Iraq


Linear Friction Welding of Single Crystal Nickel
-
Base CMSX 486 Superalloy,

O.T. Ola, O.A. Ojo,
P. Wanjara and M.C. Chaturvedi 1University of Manitoba, Canada

2National Research Council Canada, Ca
nada


Welding of steel sheets treated by nitrooxidation,
Maronek, M.
1
, Barta, J.
1
, Bartova, K.
1
, Drimal,
D.
2
,
1
Slovak University of Technology,
2
First Welding Company, Slovakia.


Friction Stir Spot Welding of TRIP steel,
T.C. Lomholt
1
, J. Peterson
2
, R. S
teel
2
, K. Pantleon
1

and
M.A.J. Somers
1
,
1
Technical University of Denmark, Denmark,
2
MegaStir Technologies, U.S.A
.


Comparative study between friction stir welding and tungsten inert gas welding processes
,
A
Hassan
1
,
J Al
-
Jarrah
2
,

N Al share
1
,
1
Jordan

Un
iversity of Science and Technology,
2
, Jordan


Metal
-

nonmetal joints produced by use of a pulse
-
magnetic field
,
Glouschenkov V.A., Grechnikov
F.V., Lazareva A.A., O. Al
-
Erhayem,
Samara State Aerospace University (SSAU), Russia.


T
ype variety of technolog
ical pulse
-
magnetic installations for pulse welding and assembling
,
R.
Yusupov, V. Glushchenkov, A. Popov,
Samara State Aerospace University (SSAU), Russia.


An evaluation of novel arc welding variants for welding of thin and thick section
steels,

C
.H.J.
Gerritsen
1

and T. Baaten
2 1

OCAS NV/Arcelor Mittal Global R&D,
2

Belgian Welding Institute BIL,
Belgium


Lunch: 12.15
-
13.15


Session II:
13.30
-

15.15,
Advances in materials, metallurgy, weldability


Co
-
Chairpersons:

P. A.

Colegrove, Cranfield University, UK



C.
H.J
Gerritsen, OCA
S NV
/
Arcelor

Mittal Global R&D

Gent, Belgium




Implementation of rolling methods to reduce residual stress and distorti
on of welded joints.

P A.
Colegrove
1
, H Coule
s
1
, L D Cozzolino
1

and S Wen
2
,
1

Cranfield University,
2
Tata Steel, UK.


Effect of IMC
growth in SnAgCuBi/Cu soldered j
oints
,
E Hodulova, B Simekova, E Lechovic, K
Ulrich, MTF STU, Slovakia


Mechanical and corrosion behaviours of two dissimilar fsw joints
,
E Bousquet
1
, A Poulon
-
Quintin
2
,
O Devos
1
, M Puiggali
1
, M Touzet
1
,
1

Université Bordeaux 1,
2
CNRS,
Institut de Chimie de la
Matière Condensée de Bordeaux, France.


Impermeable low hydrogen covered electrodes: the weld metal diffusible hydrogen, microstru
cture
and mechanical properties
,
C T Vaz
1
, I Felizardo
2
,
A Q Bracarense
3
, E C P Pessoa
4

1

Instituto Federal de Minas Gerais / Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
2

(ELBRAS
3

Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais
4

Instituto Federal de Minas Gerais,

Bra
zil
.


Impermeable covered electrodes: influence of the polymer quantity on the composition,
microstructure and hardness of the weld metal,
N De Laurentis
1
, C T Vaz
2
, A Q Bracarense
3

1

University of Bologna,
2

IFMG/UFMG,
3

UFMG, Italy


Acoustic Emission Charact
eristics of Thermal Fatigue Crack Initiation from the Pipe in the Cyclic
Thermal Load, B
-
Y Lee, J
-
S Kim, S
-
Y Lee, Korea Aerospace University, Republic of Korea.


Coffee Break:

1
5.15


Session III:
15.45
-
17.15
Applications with close relevance to industry ne
eds


Co
-
Chairpersons:


J. S. Smith,

The University of Liverpool, UK,




J Tusek, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia



I
mproved welding control of automated fillet welding for ship structures using Artificial Neural
Networks(ANN),
S.Beckett, M.J.MacPherson

and N.A.McPherson, BAE Systems
-

Marine, UK


Intelligent welding automation and the potential of laser hybrid welding in the welding of large
thick
-
walled structures,
J K Kristensen and K H Christensen, FORCE Technology, Denmark.


Production of moulds w
ith two layers by welding for plastic injection,
J. Tušek, A. Košnik2, T.
Muhič
3
,
1

Univerza v Ljubljani,
2
Hella Saturnus,
3
TKC, Slovenia


Joining electric cables, connectors and other components used resistance, laser, mechanical or
ultrasonic welding
, J. Tušek
1
, K. Pompe
2
, M. Hrženjak
2
,
1
Universit
y of Ljubljana,
2

TKC, Slovenia.



Joining and Repair of Aluminium
-
Steel Mixed Joints, SF Goecke,
M Hübner and M Szczesny

Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany.


Offline programming for short batch robotic welding,
Z Pan, J Norrish, N Larkin,

University of
Wollongong, Australia


Dinner: 19.00
-
20.30


May 12
th
, 2011

Breakfast: 07.00
-
08.15


Session IV:
08.30
-

10.15

Weld quality, structural properties and environmental
considerations


Co
-
Chairpersons:


K Nishimoto, Osaka Umiversity, Japan

G Huisma
nn, HS University Hamburg, Germany


Ultrasonic Technique and Equipment for Residual Stresses Measurement,
Y. Kudryavtsev and J.
Kleiman, Integrity Testing Laboratory Inc., Canada


Measurement of ultrafine particles in emissions from welding processes,
K. F
uglsang, L. K. Gram, and J.
Klæstrup Kristensen, FORCE Technology, Denmark
.


Fatigue Improvement of Welded Elements by Ultrasonic Impact Peening,
Y. Kudryavtsev,Integrity
Testing Laboratory Inc., Canada


Research to establish a systematic approach to safe
welding procedure development using austenitic filler
material for fabrication of high strength steel.
L Kuzmikova, J Norrish, H Li, M Callaghan, University of
Wollongong, Australia
.


Coffee Break: 10.15


Session V:
10.35
-

11.15,
Education, training, Quali
fication & Certification of
welding personnel


Co
-
Chairpersons:



C Mayer, IIW, France


N Cole, AWS, USA



IIW global approach for qualification of welding personnel
,
C Mayer, IIW, France


AWS's approach to ensure the qualification

of welding personnel,
N
Cole, AWS, USA


Lunch: 11.15
-
12.00



The Bus leaves Sankt Helene 12.05 sharp!!

Visit of the historic City Hall of Elsinore and reception

Return to Sankt Helene from Elsinore: 16.00


Conference Dinner

and music
: 18.30
-
01.00


May 13
th
, 2011

Breakfast: 07.00
-

08.15


Process Session VI:
08.30
-
10.00

moni
toring, sensors, control
.


Co
-
Chairpersons:

J Norrish, University of Wollongong, Australia



M Maronek, Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia


CAMWELD
-

An Integrated Monitoring System for Arc Welding
,
V Ku
mar

1
,

J Smith
2
, J Tapp
3

1

TWI Ltd,
2

University of Liverpool,
3

Triton Electronics Ltd, UK.


A camera
-
based sensor system for precise seam tracking and closed
-
loop weld pool control in arc
welding,
J Liu1, Z Fan, S I Olsen, K H Christensen1, J K Kristen
sen1, FORCE Technology,
Denmark.


A Pulsed laser camera system for weld pool observations,
M.A. Houghton
1
, J. Lucas
1
, W. Lucas
2

and
J. S. Smith
1
,
1
The University of Liverpool,
2

Independent Consultant, UK.


Optimizing gas usage in arc welding
A. H. Jørgen
sen, L. Skovfo, Migatronic A/S, Denmark


Monitoring GTAW Process Using Spectroscopy and Change Detection Algorithms,

S C Alfaro and
D V Bebiano, Fundação Universidade Darcy Ribeiro,
Brazil.


Coffee Break: 10.00


Session VII:
10.15
-

12.30

Mathematical model
ling and simulation


Co
-
Chairpersons
:

M Chatuvedi, University of Manitoba, Canada



E Hodulova, MTF STU, Slovakia


Prediction of hardness in HAZ of low
-
alloy steel produced by temper bead welding using neural
network
, l Yu
1
, Y Nakabayashi
1
, S Itoh
1
, M
Kameyama
2
, S Sirano
3
, N Chigusa
3
, K Saida
1
, M
Mochiduki
1

and K Nishimoto
1
,
1

Osaka University,
2

Japan Power Engineering and Inspection
Corporation,
3

The Kansai Electric Power Co., Japan


Prediction of weld pool shape

and influence of joint preparat
ion angle for new GMAW processes
,
J.
Chen
1
, C. Schwenk
1
, C.S. Wu
2
, M. Rethmeier
1
,
1

BAM

Germany,
2
, Shandong University, China.


Predi
ction of weld bead width in GMAW
process using fuzzy logic,
M Aghakhani
1
,
M Mahdipour
Jalilian
2
, A Karami
2
,E Hayati
2
, M M
Jalilian
2
,
1
University of Razi,
2
University of Razi
Kermanshah, Iran.


Simulation of the resistance upset welding of fuel cladding made in ODS steel
,
F Corpace
1,2
, A
Monnier
1
, A P Quintin
2
, J
-
P Manaud
2
,
1

CEA, DEN, DM2S, SEMT, LTA,
2

CNRS, Université de
Bordeaux, France
.


Optimization of dilution in gas metal arc welding process using genetic algorithm,
M Aghakhani
1
,
E Mehrdad
2
, E Hayati
2
, M M Jalilian
2
, .A Karbasian
2
,
1
University of Razi,
2
University of Razi
Kermanshah, Iran.


An Evaluation of the
Reliability of Standard Preheat Calculations for a Direct
-
Quenched and
Tempered Steel,
S Heikkilä
1
, A Kyrolainen
1
, J Komi
2
, D Porter
2
, M Lehtinen
2
, P Karjalainen
3

1
Raahe Region Technology Centre Oy,
2
Rautaruukki Oyj,
3
University of Oulu, Finland


Effect of

polarity on the heat transfer to the wire electrode in MIG aluminum welding
,
G Huismann,

HS University, Germany.


Metal transfer modes in MIG/MAG welding: Through detailed description to a revised
classification,
V
Ponomarov, A
Scotti, Federal University of Uberlandia, Brazil.



Reducing spatter and lowering heat input in short arc welding,
J L Skovfo, A H Jørgensen,

Migatronic A/S, Denmark


Lunch 12.30
-

13.30 and farewell to JOM 17 in 2013