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10. Internationales Fluidtechnisches
Kolloquium

8. - 10. März | 2016
in Dresden

Tagungsprogramm (pdf-Version )

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zur Gesamtübersicht

8. März 2016
Großer Saal
Saal 4
Saal 5
09:00
09:10

Welcome and Opening Address

09:00   ics

Welcome and Opening Address

Jürgen Weber, TU Dresden, IFD, Germany

09:10
10:30

Digital Hydraulics

09:10   ics

High-Performance Digital Hydraulic Tracking Control of a Mobile Boom Mockup

Kalevi Huhtala, Tampere University of Technology, Finland


09:35   ics

High-response hydraulic linear drive with integrated motion sensor and digital valve control

Marko Simic, Faculty of mechanical engineering, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia


10:00   ics

Architecture, Control and NVH Development of Digital Hydraulics for Off-Highway Vehicle Applications

QingHui Yuan, Eaton, USA

09:10
10:30

Intelligent Control

09:10   ics

Active Vibration Control of Axial Piston Machine using Higher Harmonic Least Mean Square Control of Swash Plate

Taeho Kim, Purdue University, USA


09:35   ics

Modiciency - Efficient industrial hydraulic drives through independent metering using optimal operating modes

Giacomo Kolks, TU Dresden, IFD, Germany


10:00   ics

A Machine Learning Approach for Tracking the Torque Losses in Internal Gear Pump - AC Motor Units

Emad Ali, Bosch Rexroth AG, Germany

09:10
10:30

Valves

09:10   ics

Advanced Proportional Servo Valve Control with Customized Control Code using White Space

Peter Lauer, Eaton Corporation, USA


09:35   ics

Improvement of the Vibration Prediction of a Poppet Valve in a Cavitation State

Kento Kumagai, Hitachi Construction Machinery Co., Ltd., Japan


10:00   ics

Characteristics of Proportional Flow Control Poppet Valve with Pilot Pressure Compensation

Jiahai Huang, Taiyuan University of Technology, China

10:30
11:00

Break
11:00
12:45

Fundamentals

11:00   ics

Hydraulic fluids with new, modern base oils - composition and differences in comparison to conventional hydraulic oils

Wolfgang Bock, Fuchs Schmierstoffe GmbH, Mannheim, Germany


11:25   ics

Experimental investigation of the Bunsen and the diffusion coefficients in hydraulic fluids

Filipp Kratschun, RWTH Aachen University, Institute for Fluid Power Drives and Controls (IFAS), Germany


11:50   ics

Experimental measurements of bulk modulus of two types of hydraulic oil at pressures to 140MPa and temperatures to 180°C

Shudong Yang, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China


12:15   ics

Bulk Modulus and Traction Effects in Hydraulic Pump and Motors

Paul Michael, Milwaukee School of Engineering, USA

11:00
12:45

Mobile Hydraulics

11:00   ics

A hydraulic test stand for demonstrating the operation of Eaton’s energy recovery system

Meng Wang, Eaton Corporation, USA


11:25   ics

Pressure compensator control - a novel independent metering architecture

Jan Lübbert, TU Dresden, IFD, Germany


11:50   ics

Potential in hydrostatic drive by intelligent mechanical solutions

Fabian Schmid, SAUER BIBUS GmbH, Germany


12:15   ics

Reduction of System Inherent Pressure Losses at Pressure Compensators of Hydraulic Load Sensing Systems

Jan Siebert, Karlsruher Institute of Technology, FAST, MOBIMA, Germany

11:00
12:45

Pumps

11:00   ics

Validation of the physical effect implementation in a simulation model for the cylinder block/valve plate contact supported by experimental investigations

Stephan Wegner, RWTH Aachen University, Institute for Fluid Power Drives and Controls (IFAS), Germany


11:25   ics

An Investigation of the Impact of the Elastic Deformation of the Endcase/Housing on Axial Piston Machines Cylinder Block/Valve Plate Lubricating Interface

Rene Chacon, Purdue University, USA


11:50   ics

Optimization of axial piston units based on demand driven relief of tribological contacts

Stefan Haug, Bosch Rexroth AG, Germany


12:15   ics

Active Fluid Borne Noise Reduction for Aviation Hydraulic Pumps

Arne Waitschat, Institute of Aircraft Systems Engineering, Hamburg University of Technology (TUHH), Germany

12:45
13:45

Lunch
13:45
15:30

Fundamentals

13:45   ics

Simulation of the cavitating flow in a model oil hydraulic spool valve using different model approaches

Michel Schümichen, TU Dresden, Institute of Fluid Mechanics, Germany


14:10   ics

Visualization of cavitation and investigation of cavitation erosion in a valve

Dominik Krahl, TU Dresden, IFD, Germany


14:35   ics

Comparison of spool radial grooves influence between water and oil hydraulics

Franc Majdic, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia


15:00   ics

Effects of air dissolution dynamics on the behavior of positive-displacement vane pumps: a simulation approach

Francesca Furno, Siemens Industry Software S.A.S., France

13:45
15:30

Mobile Hydraulics

13:45   ics

Performance of an electro-hydraulic active steering system

Eric Fischer, TU Dresden, IFD, Germany


14:10   ics

Energy-efficient steering systems for heavy-duty commercial vehicles

Torsten Winkler, Weber-Hydraulik GmbH, Germany


14:35   ics

Automated calibration of the control unit for a power split tractor transmission

Christopher Körtgen, RWTH Aachen University, IME, Germany


15:00   ics

A tele handler vehicle as mobile laboratory for hydraulic hybrid technology development

Lorenzo Serrao, Dana Off-Highway Driveline Technologies, Italy

13:45
15:30

Pumps

13:45   ics

Development of innovative solutions for displacement variation in hydrostatic machines

Karl Hartmann, TU Braunschweig - IMN, Germany


14:10   ics

Experimental loss analyses of displacement controlled pumps

Jan Lux, RWTH Aachen University, Institute for Fluid Power Drives and Controls (IFAS), Germany


14:35   ics

A General Method to Determine the Optimal Profile of Porting Grooves in Positive Displacement Machines: the Case of External Gear Machines

Andrea Vacca, Purdue University, USA


15:00   ics

A Lumped Parameter Approach for GEROTOR Pumps: Model Formulation and Experimental Validation

Matteo Pellegri, Purdue University, USA

15:30
16:00

Break
16:00
17:45

Fundamentals

16:00   ics

Slip length of the tribo system steel-polyalphaolefin-steel determined by a novel tribometer

Tobias Corneli, Technische Universität Darmstadt, Institute for Fluid Systems, Germany


16:25   ics

Reducing Friction and Leakage by Means of Microstructured Sealing Surfaces - Example Mechanical Face Seal

Stephan Neumann, RWTH Aachen, Institute for Machine Elements and Machine Design (IME), Germany


16:50   ics

Heat Exchanger Design in Mobile Machines

Alex Magdanz, ITI GmbH, Germany


17:15   ics

Numerical Simulation of Transient Diabatic Pipe Flow by using the Method of Characteristics

Enrico Pasquini, FLUIDON GmbH, Aachen, Germany

16:00
17:45

Mobile Hydraulics

16:00   ics

Development of a Simulation Model of a Self-Energizing Hydraulic Brake to Actively Compensate Brake Torque Oscillations

Matthias Petry, RWTH Aachen University, Institute for Fluid Power Drives and Controls (IFAS), Germany


16:25   ics

Hydraulic Energy Recovery System Utilizing a Thermally Regenerative Hydraulic Accumulator Implemented to a Reach Truck

Henri Hänninen, Aalto University, Finland


16:50   ics

A Study on Integration of Energy Harvesting System and Semi-Active Control for a Hydraulic Suspension System

Mao-Hsiung Chiang, Department of Engineering Science and Ocean Engineering, National Taiwan University, Taiwan


17:15   ics

Design and Realization of an Adjustable Fluid Powered Piston for an Active Air Spring

Philipp Hedrich, TU Darmstadt, Institute for Fluid Systems, Germany

16:00
17:45

Hydraulic Components

16:00   ics

Dirt Ingress Behaviour of Wipers for Hydraulic Cylinders

Gonzalo A. Barillas, Freudenberg Sealing Technologies GmbH & Co. KG, Germany


16:25   ics

Experimental Investigation of the Air Release in Hydraulic Reservoirs

Marco Longhitano, RWTH Aachen University, Institute for Fluid Power Drives and Controls (IFAS), Germany


16:50   ics

An approach to optimize the design of hydraulic reservoirs

Alexander Wohlers, HYDAC FluidCareCenter GmbH, Germany


17:15   ics

Development of hydraulic tanks by multi-phase CFD simulation

Thees Vollmer, TU Braunschweig - Institute of Mobile Machines and Commercial Vehicles, Germany

19:30
22:00

Get Together

19:30   ics

Get Together and opening of the exhibition