Events

Program

Here, you can download the preliminary program of the 12th ICBM as PDF:


SUN, 24.9.2017

Hilton Dresden, An der Frauenkirche 5, 01067 Dresden

18:30–21:00 Get together with Exhibition and Registration

 

MON, 25.9.2017

Fraunhofer IKTS, Maria-Reiche-Str. 2, 01109 Dresden

08:00–08:45 Transfer to Fraunhofer IKTS (Meeting point: Hilton Dresden)
Opening
(Room Fraunhofer)
Chair: Susanne Hillmann
09:00–09:10 Welcome by the organizers and Dr. Christian Wunderlich (Deputy Director of Fraunhofer IKTS)
09:10–09:40 Invited talk
Prof. Valeriy Vengrinovich: Barkhausen Effect. From chaos to Order
Session 1: Stress measurements using BN
(Room Fraunhofer)
Chair: Susanne Hillmann
09:40–10:00 Modelling the Effect of Stress on Magnetic Barkhausen Noise (Thomas W. Krause, Royal Military College of Canada)
10:00–10:20 Auto-calibrated Residual Stress Evaluation for Material Areas with Different Plastic Deformation (Jürgen Schreiber, Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS, Germany)
10:20–10:40 Investigation of impact of autofrettage operation on a thick walled steel tube (Ernur Pihava, Delphi Technical Center, Turkey)
10:40–11:00 Evaluation of surface integrity properties of bearings after heat treatment using residual stress profiles and Barkhausen noise frequency and depth profiles (Jiri Malec, PCS Ltd, Czech Republic)
11:00–11:20 How to go from stress non destructive testing to measurement using Barkhausen Noise? (Valeriy Vengrinovich, Belarus National Academy of Sciences)
11:20–12:50 Lunch
Session 2: Application for measurements of hardening depth
(Room Fraunhofer)
Chair: Lasse Suominen
12:50–13:10 Non destructive testing of surface characteristics after nitrocarburizing of three different steel grades (Jonas Holmberg, Swerea IVF, Sweden)
13:10–13:30 Penetration depth investigation of Barkhausen noise signal for case-hardened components (Robert Tomkowski, KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)
13:30–13:50 Case depth evaluation of nitrided components (Aki Sorsa, University of Oulu, Finland)
13:50–14:10 Preliminary Study: Barkhausen Noise Evaluation on the Hardening Depth of an Induction-hardened Carbon Steel (Pui Lam Tam, Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)
14:10–14:30 Grinding burn detection independent of the depth of the hardened layer and quantitative estimation of the hardened depth in industrial components (Aitor Lasaosa, Ceit-IK4, Spain)
14:30–15:00 Coffee break
Session 3: New sensor development
(Room Fraunhofer)
Chair: Dominik Dapprich
15:00–15:20 Barkhausen noise Potcore sensor simulatios with Comsol (Suvi Santa-aho, Tampere University of Technology, Finland)
15:20–15:40 Development of new sensors for Barkhausen Noise technique (Ulana Cikalova, Fraunhofer Institute for Ceramic Technologies and Systems IKTS, Germany)
15:40–16:00 Prediction of white layer in transmission components using
Barkhausen Noise for quality evaluation
(Jorge Obdulio Ríos Nava,
Sistemas Automotrices de México S.A. de C.V.)
16:00–16:45 Transfer to Old Town of Dresden (Hilton Dresden)
16:45–18:00 Individual time
18:00–19:30 Guided city walk (Meeting point: Hilton Dresden)
19:30–22:30 Conference dinner (Restaurant Pulverturm)

 

TUE, 26.9.2017

Fraunhofer IKTS, Maria-Reiche-Str. 2, 01109 Dresden

08:00–08:45 Transfer to Fraunhofer IKTS (Meeting point: Hilton Dresden)
Session 4: BN for bearing and bearing steel/New application and new parameters
(Room Fraunhofer)
Chair: Lasse Suominen
09:00–09:20 Grinding of case - hardened bearings (Miroslav Neslušan, University of Žilina, Slovakia)
09:20–09:40 Using the Sum of Effective Residual Stress (SERS) concept for
determination of surface damage level and for experimental determination of BN penetration depth by different frequencies for bearing steel type 100Cr6
(Jiri Malec, PCS Ltd, Czech Republic)
09:40–10:00 Micromagnetic Testing at Fraunhofer IZFP, Highlights and Experiences of more than 3 Decades of Research (Bernd Wolter, Fraunhofer Institute for Nondestructive Testing IZFP, Germany)
10:00–10:30 Coffee break
Session 5: New application and new parameters
(Room Fraunhofer)
Chair: Dominik Dapprich
10:30–10:50 Monitoring the directional variations of magnetic Barkhausen emission in ferritic steel sheets (C. Hakan Gur, Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey)
10:50–11:10 Barkhausen noise response of fatigue tested duplex stainless steel (Suvi Santa-aho, Tampere University of Technology, Finland)
11:10–11:30 Investigation of The Effect of Different Machining Parameters on Surface Properties by Magnetic Barkhausen Noise (Remzi Gömek, Dokuz Eylul University, Turkey)
11:30–11:50 Investigation of surface integrity of deep hole drilling of a thick
walled steel tube
(Ernur Kazancı, Delphi Technical Center Izmir, Turkey)
11:50–13:00 Lunch
Session 6: Panel session
(Room Fraunhofer)
Chair: Susanne Hillmann
13:00–13:30 Discussion: Development trends for BN industrial application
13:30–13:45 Closing remarks by the organizers
13:45–14:30 Transfer to Old Town of Dresden (Hilton Dresden)

Instructions for presenting at the symposium

Details for oral presentation

The allocated time to each talk is usually 20 minutes (15 minutes for oral presentation, followed by 5 minutes for discussion).

Speakers and session chairs are requested to strictly adhere to this schedule in order to finish sessions on time.

The conference room will be equipped with a computer projection system (LCD projector and PC with Windows, Microsoft Office and Adobe Acrobat Reader). Speakers are required to meet with their session chairpersons in the conference room at least 10 minutes before the beginning of the session. During this time speakers upload and check their presentations on the designated computer. For all technical questions a local staff member will be available to help.

Details for publication in conference proceedings

The manuscripts will be published in the ICBM conference proceedings which is part of the ICBM series.
Details and templates

Submit your paper by June 30, 2017 to icbm@icbmconference.org

Other information

Please note that travel expenses or registration fees cannot be reimbursed by the conference organizers.