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Die Vorträge finden in den Hörsälen im Pfaffenwaldring 27 in Stuttgart-Vaihingen statt. Eine Übersicht sehen Sie unten. Sie können das Programm auch als pdf-Datei herunterladen.

10. Oktober 2023

Auditorium 1

Plenary Session      
9:00 a.m. S. Weihe, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany Welcome
9:05 a.m. P. Wagenblast, N. Arnold, J. C. Schauer, TRUMPF Additive Manufacturing, Ditzingen, Germany Additive Manufacturing of Ti Alloys
9:35 a.m. O. Sträter, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Kassel, Germany Human Factor Aspects and Impacts on Material Research
10:05 a.m. H. Drosch, terranets bw GmbH, Stuttgart, Germany Transport of Hydrogen to Baden Wuerttemberg and Hesse - Contribution of the Natural Gas Infrastructure to the Energy Transition
10:35 a.m.   Communication Break
10:55 a.m. M. Bargende, Institute of Automotive Engineering (IFS), University of Stuttgart, Germany Future Energy Systems and Road Transportation - A Key Factor to Reach CO2 Neutrality
11:25 a.m. C. Broeckmann, A. Kaletsch, Institute for Materials Application in Mechanical Engineering, RWTH Aachen University, Germany Combination of Additive Manufacturing and HIP – Potentials for Cost Reduction and Strength Improvement
11:55 a.m.   Communication Break
1:00 p.m. M. Werz, L. May, S. Sewalski, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany Critical Assessment of the Safety of Innovative, Future-Proof Manufacturing Processes for Internationally Relevant SMR Concepts: A Project Overview
1:30 p.m. A. Neidel, Siemens AG /TU Berlin, Siemens AG, Berlin, Germany Materials Behaviour of High Temperature Materials
2:00 p.m. W. Däuwel,  Framatome GmbH, Erlangen, Germany Framatome in International Nuclear Projects, Participation and Challenges
2:30 p.m.   Communication Break
2:50 p.m. M. Villa Vidaller, I. Prestes, F. Schulz, E. A. Jägle, Institute of Materials Science, Universität der Bundeswehr München, Neubiberg, Germany Multi-Material Laser Powder Bed Fusion
3:20 p.m.

P. Mayr, E. Kabliman, TUM School of Engineering and Design, Garching b. Munich, Germany

From Welding to Advanced Manufacturing Using Additive Technologies
Research Work at MPA Stuttgart (Rosswag Best Paper Award)
4:00 p.m. L. Mally, 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 Additive Manufacturing in the Context of Safety Critical Applications
4:25 p.m. M. Holzwarth, MPA University of Stuttgart, W. Baer, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), Berlin, U. Mayer, S. Weihe, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany Investigation of the Master Curve Concept for Ferritic Ductile Cast Iron: First Results of the Experimental Program
4:50 p.m. A. Oßwald, 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 of MAG Weld Ends under Multiaxial Non-proportional Cyclic Loading
5:15 p.m. V. Guski, Institute for Materials Testing, Materials Science and Strength of Materials (IMWF), University of Stuttgart, S. Weihe, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany Multiscale Materials Modelling at IMWF


11. Oktober 2023

Auditorium 1

Advanced and Additive Manufacturing I  
8:40 a.m. F. Ebling, H. Oesterlin, K. Wackermann, Fraunhofer Institute for Mechanics of Materials IWM, Freiburg, Germany Fatigue Testing of Additive Manufactured Alloy 718 with Tubular Specimen Filled with Pressurized Hydrogen Gas
9:10 a.m. E. T. Koopmann, H. Eberle, C. Kaminsky, Mercdes-Benz AG, Sindelfingen, H. Zeidler, Institute for Machine Elements, Design and Manufacturing, TU Bergakademie Freiberg, Germany Investigation of Strategies for Laser Power Reduction in Hybrid-Additive Manufacturing of Tool Components Using Laser Metal Depostion
9:40 a.m. Y. Wang, L. Sun, L. Mei, Shanghai Electric Power Generation Equipment Co., Ltd. Turbine, VR China Research and Manufacturing of Blades of Steam Turbine by Metal 3D Printing
10:10 a.m. K. Schmidt, H. Dahoud, Neue Materialien Bayreuth GmbH, J. Weiser, Evobeam GmbH, U. Glatzel, Neue Materialien Bayreuth GmbH, University of Bayreuth - Metals and Alloys, Germany In-situ Alloyed Titanium Aluminides Manufactured by Wire-based DED-LB in Vacuum: Microstructure and Mechanical Properties
10:40 a.m.   Communication Break


Advanced and Additive Manufacturing II
11:00 a.m. U. Woy, Nuclear Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (Nuclear AMRC) University of Sheffield, England The Effects of Distinct Additive Manufacturing Capabilities and Processing Characteristics on Inconel Alloy 617
11:30 a.m. M. Fitzlaff, Institute of Design and Production in Precision Engineering, University of Stuttgart, Germany TBD
12:00 p.m.   Communication Break


  NDT, Life Assessment, Integrity  II
1:15 p.m. J. Bass, A. Chereskin, R. Iyengar, United States Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), Rockville, MD, USA  A Tool for Modeling Graphite Degradation and Component Assessment
1:45 p.m. W. Reed, B. Pint, D. Sulejmanovic, A. Savara, R. Pillai, A. Chereskin, R. Iyengar, United States Nuclear Regulatory Comission (NRC), Washington D.C., USA Evaluation of Molten Salt Compatibility with Structural Alloys
2:15 p.m.   Communication Break


High Temperature Material Technologies
2:30 p.m. T. Hatakeyama, K. Sawada, M. Suzuki, M. Watanabe, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Tsukuba, Japan Microstructure Development of Grade 91 Steel During Laser Powder Bed Fusion and Heat Treatment
3:00 p.m. J. Rudolph, Framatome GmbH, Erlangen, Germany et al. Highlights and Selected Results of the Joint R&D Project “VGB Calculation Methods” Including Perspectives on Updates of the European Standard on Calculation Methods
3:30 p.m. A. R. Ghazi, H. I. Khan, University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan Effect of Temperature and Medium Environment on Corrosion Fatigue Behavior of Inconel 625
4:00 p.m. P. Aueraki, Kiwa Inspecta Oy, Vantaa/Tampere, Aalto University, Espoo, R. Pohja, Aalto University, Espoo, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland, Espoo, S. Tuurna, Kiwa Inspecta Oy, Vantaa/Tampere, P. Vilaca, Aalto University, Espoo, Finland Classification and Evaluation of Creep Cavitation Damage Observed in Replica Inspections of High Temperature Installations
4:30 p.m. J. Shingledecker, V. Kumar, A. Bridges, Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), Charlotte, NC, USA Observations in the High-Temperature Performance of Commercially Produced Diffusion Bonds for Future Advanced Energy Supply Applications






Auditorium 2

NDT, Life Assessment, Integrity I  
8:40 a.m. K. Sawada, T. Yasuhi, N. Takehiro, K. Kimura, National Institute for Materials Science (NIMS), Tskuba, Japan et. al. Degradation Behavior During Long-term Creep and Nondestructive Evaluation in ASME Grade 91 Steel Welds
9:10 a.m. M. Weikert-Müller, F. Weber, S. Thieltges, K. Szielasko, Fraunhofer Institute for Nondestructive Testing IZFP, Saarbrücken, M. Smaga, RPTU Kaiserslautern-Landau, Kaiserslautern, F. Silber, MPA University of Stuttgart, J. Rudolph, S. Bergholz, E. Bechtgold, Framatome GmbH, Erlangen, Germany EMUS-4-STRESS – A New Thermal Fatigue Monitoring Approach Based on Electromagnetic Acoustic Transducers
9:40 a.m. C. Bläsius, J. Sievers, Gesellschaft für Anlagen -und Reaktorsicherheit (GRS) gGmbH, Cologne, S. Weihe, MPA University of Stuttgart, Germany Failure Modes of the Reactor Coolant Pressure Boundary in High-Pressure Core Melt Accident Scenarios
10:10 a.m. K. Heckmann, Gesellschaft für Anlagen- und Reaktorsicherheit (GRS) gGmbH, Cologne,  F. Silber, MPA Univesity of Stuttgart, J. Arndt, GRS gGmbH, Cologne, R. Bass, OCI, Oak Ridge, USA et al.,  International Leak Rate Benchmark: Phase Two Results of the OECD/NEA/CSNI Activity
10:40 a.m.   Communication Break


Materials for Safety Relevant Hydrogen Service I
11:00 a.m. P. Auerkari, Kiwa Inspecta Oy, Vantaa/Tampere,  S. Tuurna, R. Rintamaa,  Clenercon Oy, Espoo, Finland Hydrogen for Energy – Addressing Gaps on Materials and Regulation
11:30 a.m. C. Godard, N. Apel, D. Ritzinger, Freudenberg Technology and Innovation SE & Co. KG, Weinheim, P. Preikschat, SurTec International GmbH, Bensheim, Germany Material Compatibility in Hydrogen Environment – Challenges (even) for Surface Technologies
12:00 p.m.    


Materials for Safety Relevant Hydrogen Service II
1:15 p.m. M. Rhode, Bundesanstalt für Materialforschung und -prüfung (BAM), Berlin, Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg, D. Czeskleba, BAM, Berlin, T. Kannengießer, BAM, Berlin, Otto-von-Guericke University, Magdeburg, T. Mente, BAM, Berlin, Germany Reliable Hydrogen Determination in Metallic Materials and their Weld Joints: Parameters and Challenges
1:45 p.m. A. Varias, Public Power Corporation S.A., Pallini, Greece Crack-Tip Fields under Hydrogen Chemical Equilibrium
2:15 p.m.   Communication Break


Materials for Safety Relevant Hydrogen Service III
2:30 p.m. K. Heckmann, B. Geyer, Gesellschaft für Anlagen- und Reaktorsicherheit (GRS) gGmbH, Cologne, Germany Fracture Mechanical Assessment of Hydrogen Assisted Fatigue Crack Growth in Hydrogen Operated Natural Gas Pipelines
3:00 p.m. H. Teuber, S. Wanjura, S. Langer, A. Luithle, J. Barnikel, Siemens Energy Global GmbH & Co.KG, Mülheim a. d. Ruhr, Germany  Influence of Hydrogen Pre-charging, Test Atmosphere and Temperature on Hydrogen Embrittlement of Ni-base Alloy 625
3:30 p.m. P. Erdmann, S. Martinez, T. Rief, Wölfel Engineering GmbH + Co. KG, Höchberg, Germany Optimization of the Layer Structure for Hydrogen Pressure Tanks Made of Wund, Fiber-reinforced Plastics by Simulation and Virtual Iteration
4:00 p.m. M. Keller, C. Breuninger, Fraunhofer Institute of Manufacturing Engineering IPA, Stuttgart, J. Böttcher, University of Stuttgart, Germany H2MatPerm - Standardized Setup to Determine Hydrogen Permeation Coefficients and Surface Cleanliness Levels of Sheet Materials
4:30 p.m. M. Rhode, F. Steurer, J. Nietzke, E. Askar, BAM Berlin Otto-von-Guericke University Magdeburg, Germany
Diffusion in High-Pressure Hydrogen Charged Multi-Principal Element Alloys CoCrFeMnNi and CoCrNi vs. AISI 316L



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