Lecture Program

Overview of the lecture program

October 12th

Auditorium 1

09:00 S. Weihe, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany Welcome
Plenary Session
09:05 G. Stamatelopoulos, EnBW AG, Stuttgart, Germany Challenges in Decarbonising the Energy Industry
09:35 S. Piegert, Siemens Energy Global GmbH & Co. KG, Berlin, Germany Validation and Quality Management for Additive Manufacturing
10:05 O. Sobol, J. Nietzke, F. Kronert, T. Böllinghaus, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), Berlin, Germany Influence of Hydrogen Uptake and Diffusion in Structural Components in the Field of Renewable Energy
10:35   Communication Break
10:55 M. Dazer, Y. Gretzinger, A. Grundler, B. Bertsche, Institute of Machine Components (IMA), University of Stuttgart, Germany Reliability in Product Design - The Key for Managing Uncertainty of New Technologies to Prevent Oversizing
11:25 P. Zeiler, Head of Research Group Prognostics and Health Management, Esslingen University of Applied Sciences, Germany Predictive Maintenance - Opportunities and Challenges of Intelligent Condition Prediction
11:55

Shingledecker, D. Gandy, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Charlotte, NC, USA

Advanced Manufacturing Methods and High-Temperature Materials to Enable the Energy Transformation

12:30   Communication Break
Session "Additive Manufacturing I"
13:30

Keynote Lecture:

J. Tenkamp, M. Awd, F. Stern, D. Kotzem, F. Walther, Department of Materials Test Engineering (WPT), TU Dortmund University, Germany

Fatigue Damage Tolerance in Additive Manufactured Metals Applying Enhanced Measurement and Modelling Approaches
14:10 V. Yadav, Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, B. Lin, M. Yoo, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (USNRC), Washington DC, I. van Rooyen, Idaho National Laboratory, Idaho Falls, R. Iyengar, D. Eskins, R. Gascot Lozada, J. Carlson, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (USNRC), Washington DC, USA Digital Twins for Additive Manufacturing for Nuclear Reactor Applications : A Review
14:40 P. Witherell, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Gaithersburg, MD,  USA Overcoming Trepidation in Advanced Manufacturing Processes with the Digital Twin
15:10   Communication Break
15:30 M. Audrain, M. Hiser, A. Hull, M. Yoo,  U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (USNRC), Rockville, MD, USA Preliminary Results from Assessment of Advanced Manufacturing Technologies (AMT) for Reactor Materials and Components
16:00 M. Seifi, ASTM International, Washington, DC, case Western Reserve University, OH, USA Additive Manufacturing Standardization: Status, Challenges and Opportunities
Research Work at MPA Stuttgart
16:45 F. Fehringer, MPA University of Stuttgart; Institute for Materials Testing, Materials Science and Strength of Materials (IMWF), University of Stuttgart, M. Seidenfuß, Institute for Materials Testing, Materials Science and Strength of Materials (IMWF), University of Stuttgart, Germany Investigations on Limit Strains Using an Enhanced Rousselier Model
17:10 M. Hankele, MPA University of Stuttgart; Institute for Materials Testing, Materials Science and Strength of Materials (IMWF), University of Stuttgart, M. Werz, S. Weihe, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany Experimental and Numerical Investigations About the Failure Behaviour of Additively Manufactured Specimens Made of AlSi10Mg
17:35 L. Frank, S. Weihe, MPA University of Stuttgart, S. Sheng, Siemens Energy Global GmbH & Co. KG, Mülheim, Germany Component Tests and Numerical Investigations to Determine the Lifetime and Failure Behaviour of End-Stage Blades
18:00 M. Schwarz, S. Weihe, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany Hydrogen Effects on Fatigue Crack Growth in Martensitic Stainless Steel

 

Auditorium 2

Session "Integrity"
13:30

Keynote Lecture:

S. Münstermann, F. Shen, RWTH Aachen, V. Keim, A. Nonn, OTH Regensburg, Germany

Modelling the Crack Arrest Behaviour of Gas Pipelines
14:10 J. Rudolph, Framatome GmbH, Erlangen, T. Schopf, C. Swacek, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany Development of Advanced Concepts for the Fatigue Assessment of Power Plant Components
14:40 K. Heckmann, J. Sievers, Gesellschaft für Anlagen- und reaktorsicherheit (GRS) gGmbH, Köln, Germany Development of an Analytical Stress Intensity Factor Solution for Embedded Inclined Circular Cracks in Cylinder Shells under Pressure and Thermal Gradients
15:10   Communication Break
15:30 S. Björnsson, M. Bjurman, A. Jenssen, L. Nystrand, Studsvik Nuclear AB, Nyköping, Sweden, P. Scott, Consultant, Noisy-le-Roi, France SMILE Project - Studsvik Material Integrity Life Extension Project
16:00 W. Reed, B. Harris, R. Torres, A. Chereskin, R. Iyengar, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (USNRC), Rockville, MD, USA Technical and Regulatory Aspects for Molten Salt Reactors

 

16:45   Postersession (Foyer)

19:00   Evening Reception (Plenary Hall)

 

October 13th

Auditorium 1

Session "Hydrogen Applications"
08:40

Keynote Lecture:

W. Bender, Hülsenbusch Apparatebau GmbH & Co. KG, Kempen, M. Fuchs, Institute for Thermodynamics (IfT), Leibnitz University Hannover, P. Schwarz, Rosswag Engineering, Pfinztal, Germany

Ultracompact High Performance Heat Exchangers for P2X and Hydrogen Applications - Possibilities for Heat Transfer - Challenges for SLM-Additive Manufacturing
09:20 C. Günther, U. Marewski, M. Steiner, Open Grid Europe GmbH, Essen, H. Silcher, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany Qualification of Materials for Natural Gas Pipelines for the Use of Hydrogen Gas by Fracture Mechanics Inverstigations
09:50 E. De Bruycker, ENGIE Laborelec, Linkebeek, L. Claeys, L. Deconinck, T. Depover, Department of Materials, Textiles and Chemical Engineering, Ghent University, S. Nardone, ENGIE Laborelec, Linkebeek, K. Verbeken, Department of Materials, Textiles and Chemical Engineering, Ghent University, Belgium Use of Additive Manufactured Components in Hydrogen Applications: Impact of Heat Treatment and Surface-Condition on Hydrogen Embrittlement Sensitivity of AM 316L
10:20 M. Rhode, T. Kannengießer, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), Berlin, Germany Joining Processes in Hydrogen Technologies - Current need and future R&D activities, a review
10:50   Communication Break
Session "Additive Manufacturing II"
11:10

Keynote Lecture:

A. Munk, KSB SE & Co. KGaA, Pegnitz, Germany

Additive Manufacturing for High Quality Applications at KSB
11:50 K. Wandtke, D. Schroepfer, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), Berlin, R. Scharf-Wildenhain, A. Haelsig, Technische Universität Chemnitz, Chair of Welding Engineering, Chemnitz, A. Kromm, T. Kannengießer,Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), Berlin, Germany WAAM Process Influences on Local Microstructure and Residual Stresses in High-Strength Steels
12:20 A. Kirchner,  B. Klöden, T. Weißgärber, Fraunhofer Institute for Manufacturing Technology and Advanced Materials (IFAM), Dresden, Germany Processing of a Novel Titanium Aluminide Alloy by PBF-EB
12:50   Communication Break
13:50 D. Nerweyi, Teollisuuden Voima Oyj (TVO), Olkiluto, Finland Laser Powder Bed Fusion - Potentials and Challenges of Additive Manufacturing for Manufacturing Spare Parts for Nuclear Applications
14:20 M. Ellingsen, K. Johnson, R. Roy, A. Nardi, K. Klus, B. Haddad, VRC Metal Systems, LLC, Box Elder, SD, USA Additive Repair of Nuclear Power Plant Components via High-Pressure Cold Spray Processing (HP-CSP)
14:50 C. Böhm, MPA University of Stuttgart, J. Wagner, C. Hagenlocher, T. Graf, Institut für Strahlwerkzeuge (IFSW) University of Stuttgart, S. Weihe, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany Microstructure Design in Laser Material Processing of Aluminium Alloys
15:20   Communication Break
Session "Characterization of Additively Manufactured Components"
15.40 P. Sperling, Volume Graphics GmbH, Heidelberg, Germany State-of-the-art CT Inspection for Additive Manufacturing in the Energy Industry
16:10 V. Lyamkin, Chair of NDT and Quality Assurance (LZfPQ), Saarland University, Saarbrücken, P. Starke,  Department of Materials Science and Materials Testing (WWHK), University of Applied Sciences Kaiserslautern, H. Derouach, J. L’huillier, Photonic-Center Kaiserslautern e.V. and OPTIMAS Research Center Technische Universität Kaiserslautern, C. Boller, Chair of NDT and Quality Assurance (LZfPQ), Saarland University, Saarbrücken, Germany Direct Observation of Fatigue Damage Induced by a Complex Stress State in Metastable Austenite by Means of Magnetic Force Imaging
16:40 D. Rowenhorst, The U.S. Naval Research Laboratory, Washington DC, USA 3D Characterization of Pore Structure in Additive Manufacturing Using Serial Sectioning

 

Auditorium 2

Session "Martensitic Materials"
08:40

Keynote Lecture:

F. Abe, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Tsukuba, Japan

Degradation and Recovery of Creep Rupture Ductility in 9 to 12Cr Martensitic Steels
09:20 J. Hald, DTU Mechanical Engineering, Kgs. Lyngby, Denmark, T. Neddemeyer, Siemens Energy, Berlin, Germany Mechanism for Boron Nitrogen Strengthening in Martensitic Creep Resistant Steels
09:50 M. Yaguchi, K. Masayuki, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Yokosuka, Japan Temperature Dependence of Creep Rupture Life of Long-term Used P91 Steel
10:20 P. Gampe, U. Gampe, Chair of Thermal Power Machinery and Plants, TU Dresden, Germany Investigation of P91 Base and Weld Material Behavior for the Evaluation of Power Plant Components Subjected to Flexible Operation
10:50   Communication Break
Session "High Temperature Materials and Component Behavior"
11:10

Keynote Lecture:

A. Klenk, MPA University of Stuttgart, K. Metzger, GKM Grosskraftwerk Mannheim AG, F. Kluger, GE Boiler Deutschland GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany

Test Loop in the GKM Power Plant for Investigations on Material and Component Behaviour under Cyclic Loading Conditions 
11:50 H. Katafuchi, Research & Innovation Center, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Nagasaki, R. Tokiyoshi, Boiler Products Headquarters, Mitsubishi Power Ltd., Yokohama, T. Honda, T. Igari, Research & Innovation Center, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Nagasaki, M. Kitamura, Boiler Products Headquarters, Mitsubishi Power Ltd., Yokohama, Japan Creep-Fatigue Life Evaluation of HR6W (23Cr-45Ni-6W Alloy) Welded Joint
12:20 T. Tokairin, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., Takasago, K. Tominaga, H. Kawashima, N. Hiruta, T. Nogami, Mitsubishi Power, Ltd., Japan Metallurgical Investigation of Long-term Microstructural Degradation and Damage Mechanism of SUPER304H
12:50   Communication Break
13:50 G. Maier,  Fraunhofer Instiute for Mechanics of Materials (IWM), Freiburg, H. Sommer, RWE Nuclear GmbH, Essen, M. Widera, F. Neumann, RWE Power AG, Essen, Germany Influence of a P92 Typical Post Weld Heat Treatment on the Long-term Properties of Alloy 617 at 600°C Power Plant Operation
14:20 A. Varias, Public Power Generation S.A., Athens, Greece, T. Nakata, Gifu University, Gifu, M. Yaguchi, Central Research Institute of Electric Power Industry, Yokosuka, S. Komazaki; Graduate School of Science and Engineering, Kagoshima University, Kagoshima, Japan On Small Punch Creep Testing
14:50 A. Klenk, T. Bender, S. Weihe, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany Creep and Creep-Fatigue of Martensitic Steels and their Welds
15:20   Communication Break
Session "Lifetime and Reliability"
15:40 D. Allen, A. Shibli, European Technology Development (ETD), Leatherhead, UK IMPLANT – Advanced Materials and Manufacturing for Improved Power and Process Plant Performance
16:10

T. Hauke, Lausitz Energie Kraftwerke AG, Cottbus, P. Jentsch, Lausitz Energie Kraftwerke AG, Boxberg, P. Kozlowski, Lausitz Energie Kraftwerke AG, Peitz, Germany

Securing Qualified Test Programs for Boiler Systems by Means of Online and Offline Lifetime Calculations
16:40 J. Poehler, B. Lin, T. Lupold, M. Gordon, U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission (USNRC), Rockville, MD, USA NRC Activities on Potential Endorsement of Consensus Codes for High Temperature Materials and Reliability Integrity Management (RIM)

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