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10. Internationales Fluidtechnisches
Kolloquium

8. - 10. März | 2016
in Dresden

Tagungsprogramm (pdf-Version )

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zur Gesamtübersicht

9. März 2016
Großer Saal
Saal 4
09:00
09:50

Welcome and Opening Address

09:00   ics

Welcome Address

Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. DEng/Auckland Dr. h.c./Brno Dr. h.c./Dankook Hans Müller-Steinhagen


09:15   ics

Plenary lecture

Michael Kretschmer, Member of the German Bundestag


09:30   ics

Plenary lecture

Christian H. Kienzle

09:50
11:00

Novel System Structures

09:50   ics

General Lecture: Novel System Architectures by Individual Drives

Jürgen Weber, TU Dresden, IFD, Germany


10:20   ics

Green Wheel Loader - improving fuel economy through efficient drive and control concepts

Markus Schneider, TU Dresden, IFD, Germany


10:40   ics

Decentralized energy-saving hydraulic concepts for mobile working machines

Johann Lodewyks, HSLU, CC Mechanical Systems, Switzerland

11:00
11:30

Break
11:30
13:00

Novel System Structures

11:30   ics

Electric hydrostatic actuation - modular building blocks for industrial applications

Achim Helbig, Moog GmbH, Germany


12:00   ics

Pressure Impulse Generation with Energy Recovery

Siegfried Rotthäuser, IgH GmbH, Germany


12:20   ics

Increased energy efficiency of hydraulic hybrid drives by means of a multi-chamber accumulator

Frank Bauer, HYDAC Technology GmbH, Germany


12:40   ics

A complete analysis for single rod electro hydrostatic actuators

Hakan Çaliskan, Middle East Technical University, Turkey

11:30
13:00

Pumps

11:30   ics

General Lecture: Technologies and Innovations for Hydraulic Pumps

Monika Ivantysynova, Purdue University, Maha Fluid Power Research Center, USA


12:00   ics

Swash plate pumps - the key to the future

Gordon Mohn, Rexroth (Bosch Group), Germany


12:20   ics

Customer focused development of a variable bent-axis pump/motor for open circuit hydrostatic transmissions, e.g. in hydraulic hybrid drives

Conny Hugosson, Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Sweden AB, Sweden


12:40   ics

The control of an open-circuit, floating cup variable displacement pump

Peter Achten, INNAS, Netherlands

13:00
14:00

Lunch
14:00
16:00

Thermal Behaviour

14:00   ics

General Lecture: Thermo Energetic Design of Machine Tools and Requirements for Smart Fluid Power Systems

Christian Brecher, RWTH Aachen University, Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL), Germany


14:30   ics

Thermo-energetic Analysis of the Fluid Systems in Cutting Machine Tools

Juliane Weber, TU Dresden, IFD, Germany


14:50   ics

Comparison of Heat-Properties and its Implications between Standard-Oil and Bio-Oil

Marcel Rückert, RWTH Aachen University, Institute for Fluid Power Drives and Controls (IFAS), Germany


15:10   ics

Prediction of the thermo energetic behaviour of an electrohydraulic compact drive

Sebastian Michel, TU Dresden, IFD, Germany


15:30   ics

Thermal analysis of Direct Driven Hydraulics

Tatiana Minav, Aalto University, Finland

14:00
16:00

Pumps

14:00   ics

Tribolayer Formation on Bronze CuSn12Ni2 in the Tribological Contact between Cylinder and Control Plate in an Axial Piston Pump with Swashplate Design

Andreas Paulus, Bosch Rexroth AG, Germany


14:30   ics

A Flow Control System for a Novel Concept of Variable Delivery External Gear Pump

Andrea Vacca, Purdue University, USA


14:50   ics

Brimming bubbles? On an Innovative Piston Design of Dosing Pumps

Axel Müller, Thomas Magnete GmbH, Germany


15:10   ics

The Impact of Micro-Surface Shaping and Configuration of the Piston/Cylinder Interface of an Axial Piston Machine

Ashley Wondergem, Purdue University, USA


15:30   ics

Innovative Duplex Filter for hydraulic applications

Klaus Mössinger, Argo-Hytos, Germany

16:00
16:30

Break
16:30
18:20

Industrial Hydraulics

16:30   ics

Consistent automation solutions of Electrohydraulic Drives as contribution to Industry 4.0

Albert Köckemann, Bosch Rexroth AG, Germany


17:00   ics

Adaptive process control for stabilizing the production process

Reinhard Schiffers, KrausMaffei Technologies GmbH, Germany


17:20   ics

On the compensation of dynamic reaction forces in stationary machinery

Tobias Radermacher, TU Dresden, IFD, Germany


17:40   ics

Improvement of hydraulic control quality for deep drawing presses through retrofit

Marcus Helmke, TRsystems GmbH , Germany


18:00   ics

Potentials of Speed and Displacement Variable Pumps in Hydraulic Applications

Johannes Willkomm, Bosch Rexroth, Germany

16:30
18:20

Hydraulic Components

16:30   ics

General Lecture: Electrohydraulic servovalves - past, present, and future.

Andrew Plummer, University of Bath, Department of Mechanical Engineering, UK


17:00   ics

A new energy saving load adaptive counterbalance valve

Bernd Zähe, Sunhydraulik Deutschland, Germany


17:20   ics

Development of an Electronically Controlled Self Teaching Lift Valve Family

Eneko Goenechea, Bucher Hydraulics AG, Switzerland


17:40   ics

Development of an innovative diaphragm accumulator design and assembly process

Thorsten Hillesheim, Freudenberg Sealing Technologies GmbH & Co. KG, Germany


18:00   ics

Potential and application of lightweight hydraulic components

Andreas Ulbricht, CG Rail, Germany

19:00
00:00

Conference Banquet

19:00   ics

Conference Banquet at Albertinum