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27.11.2018 - 28.11.2018

INSECT


Manfred-Weck-Haus
Steinbachstr. 19
52074 Aachen
Werkzeugmaschinenlabor WZL der RWTH Aachen 

490.00 € INSECT



Electrochemical Machining (ECM) allows the manufacturing of complex shaped geometries with best surfaces at a high productivity. During the process, the metallic material is chemically removed on the atomic scale at high current densities, regardless of the mechanical properties, such as material hardness. As a result, thermal or mechanical changes in the component´s rim zone are avoided. In addition, the ECM process is free of tool wear due to the mechanical non-contact machining. Despite these numerous process-inherent advantages, the barriers to widespread market penetration are currently still too high. Among other things, this is due to the complex tool design, which must be carried out anew for each component and each material. This costly and iterative design of tooling systems makes the ECM process in most cases only in mass production economical. Many of these challenges can be partially compensated with Precision Electrochemical Machining (PECM). A goal of the "International Symposium on Electrochemical Machining Technology - INSECT" is to discuss current challenges of electrochemical machining and to show new approaches and potentials from the electrochemical basis to the industrial application.
The conference looks back on nearly fifteen years of history and offers researchers and industrial partners the opportunity to intensively exchange of experiences.
The following topics are in the focus:

  • process development / optimization,

  • machinability of materials,

  • process simulation,

  • process monitoring as well as

  • development of new ECM process variants.

For content-related information please also visit:www.insect-symposium.de
We are pleased to organize the INSECT this year in Aachen.





Katrin Schlemermeyer, B.A.
Veranstaltungsmanagement
Tel.:
+49 (0)241 / 80 27574
Fax:
+49 (0)241 / 80 22575
E-Mail:
k.schlemermeyer@wzl.rwth-aachen.de

27.11.2018-28.11.2018

 

Preliminary Program

1. Flow-channel cell experiments of X32Cr14 stainless steel in NaNO3 based electrolyte: the behavior of “product films”
W. Hoogsteen
Philips Drachten, The Netherlands
2. Experimental Study on the Effects of Electrochemical Postprocessing on Grinded Ti-6Al-4V Samples
A. Ernst, T. Hall, D. Bähre
Institute of Production Engineering, Saarland University, Germany
A. Ernst, T. Hall
Center for Mechatronics and Automation, Saarbruecken, Germany
A. Daneshi, B. Azarhoushang,
Insitute for Precision Machining, KSF, Hochschule Furtwangen University, Germany
3. Experimental comparison of electrochemical machining of selective laser melted and conventionally produced specimens
F. Herter, T. Hall, D. Bähre
Institute of Production Engineering, Saarbrücken, Germany
4. Experimental Research on the Bipolar Pulse Precise ElectroChemical Machining Technology
H. Li, M. Zhang
China Institute of Aeronautical Manufacturing Technology, Beijing, China
5.
Application of Electrochemical Machining in the manufacturing of Complex Surface Structures of Integral Thin-walled Aeroengine Components
H. Li, M. Zhang
China Institute of Aeronautical Manufacturing Technology, Beijing, China
6. Study of Precision ECM in Stationary Electrolyte using Jump of Electrode
M. Nakamura, M. Kunieda
The University of Tokyo, Japan
7. Implementation of a PECM application for the processing of functional surfaces
T. Hall, A. Ernst, D. Bähre
Institute of Production Engineering, Saarland University, Saarbruecken, Germany
T. Hall, A. Ernst
Center for Mechatronics and Automation, Saarbruecken, Germany
T. Jene
Festo AG & Co. KG
8. Investigation of intermittent anodic dissolution process in counter-rotating electrochemical machining
D. Wang, T. Li, B. He, Z. Zhu
Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, People’s Republic of China
9. Removal Characteristics of High-Speed Steel in LaserChemical Machining
H. Messaoudi, D. Brand, F. Thiemicke, F. Vollertsen
BIAS – Bremer Institut für angewandte Strahltechnik, Bremen, Germany
F. Vollertsen
University of Bremen, Faculty of Production Engineering-Mechanical Engineering & Process Engineering, Bremen, Germany
10. Comparison of laser induced thermal heat impact on 42CrMo4 in gaseous and liquid ambient
S. Eckert, F. Vollertsen
BIAS – Bremer Institut für angewandte Strahltechnik, Bremen, Germany
G. B. Gadeschi, M. Meinke, W. Schröder
Aerodynamisches Institut, Aachen, Germany
11. Heat development during the ECM of Tungsten Carbide
N. Junker
TU Dresden IfWW, Dresden, Germany
M. Schneider
Fraunhofer IKTS Dresden, Dresden, Germany
12. Oxygen development during the ECM on SiC
L. Simunkova, A. Michaelis
Fraunhofer IKTS Dresden, Dresden, Germany
N. Junker, M. Schneider, A. Michaelis
TU Dresden IfWW, Dresden, Germany
13. Controlling hydrophobicity via electrochemical jet processing
I. Bisterov, J. Mitchell-Smith, A. Speidel, A.T. Clare
Advanced Component Engineering Laboratory (ACEL), Advanced Manufacturing Technology Group, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
A.T. Clare
Department of Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Nottingham China, China
14. Experimental Derivation of Process Input Parameters for Electrochemical Machining with Differentially Switched Currents
A. Martin, T. Petzold, M. Hackert-Oschätzchen, A. Schubert
Professorship Micromanufacturing Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Chemnitz University of Technology, Chemnitz, Germany
G. Meichsner, A. Schubert
Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology, Chemnitz, Germany
15. Characterization of the Lateral Working Distance in Precise Electrochemical Machining of Differently Heat Treated Steel
G. Meichsner, A. Schubert, M. Putz
Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology, Chemnitz, Germany
M. Hackert-Oschätzchen, S. Loebel, A. Schubert
Professorship Micromanufacturing Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Chemnitz University of Technology, Chemnitz, Germany
L. Boenig
Boenig Präzisionswerkzeugbau GmbH, Höhn, Germany
16. Environmental sustainability of ECM hole sinking processes
A. K. M. De Silva
School of Engineering & Built Environment, Glasgow Caledonian University, Scotland, UK
17. Function and Formation of PECM-Process Energy Source for specific applications
H. P. Schulze, O. Kröning, M. Herzig
Leukhardt Schaltanlagen Systemtechnik GmbH Niederlassung Magdeburg, Magdeburg, Germany
18. Electrochemical jet processing for skeletal implant surfaces demonstrating enhanced stem cell differentia
J. Mitchell-Smith, A. Speidel, I. Bisterov, A.T. Clare
Advanced Component Engineering Laboratory (ACEL), Advanced Manufacturing Technology Group, University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
V. Goriainov
Bone and Joint Research Group, Centre for Human Development, Stem Cells and Regeneration, Human Development and Health, Institute of Developmental Sciences, University of Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom
A.T. Clare
Department of Mechanical, Materials and Manufacturing Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering, University of Nottingham China, China
19. Hybrid process of electrochemical machining and mechanical grinding for cast nickel-base superalloys

Y. C. Ge, Z. Zhua, D. Zhu, D. Wang, Z. Ma
College of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Nanjing, China.
Y. C. Ge, Z. Zhua, D. Zhu, D. Wang, Z. Ma
Jiangsu Key Laboratory of Precision and Micro-Manufacturing Technology, Nanjing, China.
20. Simulation-based Design of Electro-chemical Machining Processes for Microstructuring of High-strength Materials
S. Loebel, M. Hackert-Oschätzchen, M. Zinecker, A. Schubert
Professorship Micromanufacturing Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Chemnitz University of Technology, Chemnitz, Germany
A. Schubert, G. Meichsner
Fraunhofer Institute for Machine Tools and Forming Technology, Chemnitz, Germany
21. Design of a Test Rig for Local Surface Modification by Jet Plasma Electrolytic Polishing
S. Quitzke, A. Martin, M. Hackert-Oschätzchen, A. Schubert
Professorship Micromanufacturing Technology, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Chemnitz University of Technology, Chemnitz, Germany
O. Kröning, H. P. Schulze
Leukhardt Schaltanlagen Systemtechnik GmbH, Niederlassung Magdeburg, Magdeburg, Germany
22. Analysis of the suitability of frontal gap experiments as a basis for the simulation of complex shaped parts in ECM
F. Karges, M. Zeis, F. Hoffmeister, N. Feiling, M. Niegl
MTU Aero Engines AG, München, Germany
23. Investigation of the electrolyte behaviour in the working gap of Mechano-Electrochemical Milling
D. Van Camp, B. Lauwers
Department of Mechanical Engineering, KU Leuven & Member Flanders Make, Heverlee, Belgium
24. Methodology for the development of new electrolytes for machining of nickel-based superalloys
25. Quality and Cost Improvements in Precise Electrochemical Machining (PECM) by different Process Data Management Approaches
M. Zeis, S. Fritzke, H. Redich, N. Feiling, M. Niegl
MTU Aero Engines AG, München, Germany
26. Fast Wire flushing approach for wire electrochemical machining
T. Herrig, A. Klink, F. Klocke, T. Bergs
Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering WZL of RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany
K. Oßwald
Institute for Materials and Material Technologies, Pforzheim University, Pforzheim, Germany
27. Investigation on the Electrochemical Machinability of High Entropy Alloys
S. Harst, A. Klink, F. Klocke, T. Bergs
Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering WZL of RWTH Aachen University, Aachen, Germany
28. Surface finish of AM parts by Plasma electrolytic Polishing
H. Zeidler,
Technische Universität Bergakademie Freiberg, chair for Additive Manufacturing, Freiberg, Germany
Beckmann-Institut für Technologieentwicklung e.V., Chemnitz, Germany
F.Böttger-Hiller
Beckmann-Institut für Technologieentwicklung e.V., Chemnitz, Germany
M. Annonic, P. Parenti,
Politecnico di Milano, Dippartimento di Meccanica, Milano, Italy
29. Analysis of side gap phenomena in ECM manufacturing of gear geometries in turbine shafts
T. Bergs, G. Smeets, S. Harst, A. Klink, F. Klocke
Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL) of RWTH Aachen University, Germany
A. Petzoldt
MEWATEC Mechanische Werkstatt & Technologie e.K., Renchen, Germany
30. Evaluation of different short-cut methods for the simulation of PECM processes
T. Bergs, L. Heidemanns, S. Harst, A. Klink, F. Klocke
Laboratory for Machine Tools and Production Engineering (WZL) of RWTH Aachen University, Germany

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