Program (5/01 update)

Day0, 11/26
Open 15:00 15:00~17:00 registration
Day1, 11/27
Open 9:00 9:00~18:00 registration
9:20 Opening session
9:30~11:00 Quenchants (Michiharu Narazaki)
Keynote 9:30 Online database for liquid quenchants Imre Felde
1 10:10 First prototype of container elevator type test system using a small ball probe for determination of cooling characteristics of quenchants Kyozo Arimoto
2 10:35 Study on the influence of vapor blanket stage length which effects on cooling performance and distortion in polymer quenchants Takahito Sugiura
Break time 11:00~11:15
11:15~12:30 Induction Heating (Imre Felde)
3 11:15 Development of a low dsitortion heat treatment process with high strength combined with vacuum carburizing and induction hardening Yasutaka Miyake
4 11:40 Computer simulation of double hardened layer induction hardening Takashi Horino
5 12:05 Effects of high-frequency induction heating treatment on the microstructures and residual stress of scm440 and s45c steels Chung-Chun Wu
Lunch time 12:30~13:15
13:15~15:10 Simulation (Friedhelm Frerichs)
Keynote 13:15 Learning about mechanisms of distortion and residual stress due to heat treatment by simulated-strain based approach Kyozo Arimoto
6 13:55 Research for utility of combination calculation method between heat treatment simulation and computer fluid Tsuyoshi Sugimoto
7 14:20 Simulation of the austenaization of ferite-carbide microstructures by means of the celluer-autmation method(ca) Daniel Kaiser
8 14:45 A simulation study on blade curving due to quenching in the japanese sword Muneyoshi Iyota
Break time 15:10~15:25
15:25~17:05 Simulation (Kyozo Arimoto)
9 15:25 A process chain simulation of cold forming and heat treatment incorporating segregation Jwalant Kagathara,
10 15:50 Optimizing mandrel dimensions for a fixture hardening process by finite element simulation Hannes Birkhofer
11 16:15 Prediction of thermal boundary conditions by using fwa Zoltan Fried
12 16:40 Simulation of high speed quenching of grooved steel cylinders Friedhelm Frerichs
18:30 Beer Party (Departure from NCC at 17:30)
Day2, 11/28
Open 8:30 8:30?17:30 registration
9:00~11:05 Gears and Carburizing (Youichi Watanabe)
Keynote 9:00 Distorition of gear base bodies in consideration of lightweight construction Thomas Lübben
13 9:40 Identifying influencing factors from the manufacturing chain on distortion of case-hardened automotive truck gears Anders Olofsson
14 10:15 Single piece-flow vacuum heat treatment with distortion control for In-line manufacturing Maciej Korecki
15 10:40 Effect of γ-grain size on distortion of carburized steel Yuuki Tanaka
Break time 11:05~11:15
11:15~12:30 Spray Quenching (Thomas Lubben)
16 11:15 Characterization of heat transfer in complex air-water spray quenching set-ups Sebastian Herbst
17 11:40 Internal quenching : ideal heat treatment for difficult to access component sections Fabian Mühl
18 12:05 Low distortion processes by controlled water mist quenching Mamoru Noguchi
Lunch time 12:30~13:15
13:15~14:45 Others (Eva Troell)
Keynote 13:15 Cooling characteristics and distortion during austempering using water added molten salt Youichi WATANABE
19 13:55 Bainitic transformation under large stresses : parent phase, nonliner transformation plasticity and tranceformation linetics Diego Said Schicchi
20 14:20 Advanced hot-zone and cooling gas stream design in vacuum furnaces for automotive applications Tim Wahle
Break time 14:45~15:00
15:00~16:40 Quenching (D. Scott MacKenzie)
21 15:00 Latest advances in distortion control by applying high pressure gas quenching Volker Heuer
22 15:25 Application of universal function approximator to predict htc durning quenching Sandor Szenasi
23 15:50 Influence of pressure on vacuum oil quenching Eva Troell
24 16:15 Distortion prediction model during quenchig process of transmissions shafts for heavy trucks Marco Antonio Delgado López
16:40~17:50 Poster session &Companies exhibition
18:00~ Banket (in NCC)
Day3, 11/29
Open 9:00 9:00?11:00 registration
9:15~11:05 Residual stress (Koichiro Nambu)
Keynote 9:15 Quenching aluminum for residual stress and distortion control D. Scott MacKenzie
25 9:55 Micro scale residual stress measurment using focused ion beam techniques and digital image correlation Hans-Bernward Besserer
26 10:20 Numerical and experimental analysis of residual stress states after piezo peening in hardened and normalized conditions of aisi 4140 Alexander Klumpp
27 10:45 Experimental analysis of the contribution of residual stress relaxation and creep mechanism in the distortion of thin-walled structural die casting parts during the solution heat treatment Asier Iglesias
Break time 11:10~11:25
11:20~12:10 Others (Tsuyoshi Sugimoto)
28 11:25 Effect of quenching temperature on the distortion and microstructure of small components D. Scott MacKenzie
29 11:50 Effects of material homogeneity and symmetry principles in manufacture on distortion of case-hardened disks Rüdiger Rentsch
12:15~12:25 Closing session
Lunch time 12:25~13:00
 Nagoya tours (13:30~18:00)
Day4, 11/30
8:00 kyoto tours(8:00~18:00)

Poster Sessions
number titile
p1 Influence of steel cylinder size on surface heat transfer coefficient during oil quenching Hiroyuki Akatsuka
p2 Effects of surface cleaning on heat treatment Ko Aoyagi
p3 Investigation of surface haradening treatment conditions for application to titanium alloys with high damping capacity Tomoki Yuasa
p4 investigation of alloy design guideline for improvement of damping property of titanium alloys Takanori Hirayama
p5 Validation of Phase Transformation Data by End Quenching Test of Steel Bars and its Simulation. Shigeyuki Tamura
p6 Estimation Methods of Heat Transfer Coefficient during Spray Quenching of Steel Rod Michiharu Narazaki
p7 Effect on the quality of the quenched steel parts by heat deterioration of heat treating oil Seiji Hashimoto,
p8 Numerical simulation and optimization of gas quenching of a hot-work tool steel Minsu Jung



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