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Barbara-Colloquium at the University Aalen

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<font size="2"><strong>On Tuesday the 4th of December 2008 the faculty “Foundry Technology” (GTA)&nbsp;&nbsp; from the University Aalen and the south division of the German Foundrymen Assocation (VDG) organized the Barbara colloquium for the fith time.</strong></font>

<font size="2">More than 250 participants came to listen to the lectures of different application areas of founding. In the opening speech Prof. Dr. Kallien, director of GTA, thanked the company Funk Eisengießerei from Aalen for donation of the emission-spectrometer, and the company MAGMA for their donation of 15 simulation-programmes for the education of the students. </font>


<font size="1"><strong><a href="https://www.foundry-planet.com/fileadmin/redakteur/trade-fairs/Barbara-Tagung/GTA-Aalen/2008/IMG_0403.jpg" target="1000x667" onclick="openPic('https:\/\/www.foundry-planet.com\/fileadmin\/redakteur\/trade-fairs\/Barbara-Tagung\/GTA-Aalen\/2008\/IMG_0403.jpg','FEopenLink','width=1000,height=667');return false;" class="download"><img src="https://www.foundry-planet.com/fileadmin/_migrated/RTE/RTEmagicC_Icon_lupe_64.gif.gif" style="BORDER-RIGHT: medium none; PADDING-RIGHT: 0px; BORDER-TOP: medium none; PADDING-LEFT: 0px; FLOAT: right; PADDING-BOTTOM: 0px; BORDER-LEFT: medium none; WIDTH: 20px; PADDING-TOP: 0px; BORDER-BOTTOM: medium none; HEIGHT: 16px" alt></a>Prof.Dr.-Ing. Lothar H. Kallien with&nbsp;the graduating&nbsp;students</strong></font>

<font size="2">The first speaker, Martin Severing, the plant manager of SHW Casting Technologies GmbH in Wasseralfingen, reffered about: “Optimization of a big ductile iron casting with MAGMAfrontier“.</font>

<font size="2">Dr. Marcel Pfitzer from the company Handtmann in Biberach, once a student of the university Aalen, gave a review about his graduation topic “Heat transfer determination in pressure die casting”.</font>

<font size="2">Dr. Herbert Löblich from the Institut of Foundry Technology in Düsseldorf reported in his lecture about “Ferrous metallurgy in the resource shortage environment” and gave useful information for example how to produce good castings with less quality steel scrap. </font>

<font size="2">The last speaker Dr. Krapohl of the KW Consulting Group, took a very interesting speech about stock-free casting production and optimally way of changing tools, which aroused big interest in the audience.</font>

<font size="2">Following these series of lectures 12 students provided an insight into the current university activities by presenting their bachelor and degrees dissertations. For many of them it was the first- even short- public speech opportunity.</font>

<font size="2">The umbrella association of the German non-ferrous metal foundries (GDM) awarded Stefan Seidel for the best degree dissertation contributing to production of copper rotors. </font>

<font size="2">The closing of the Barbara colloquium was crowned by the foundry-evening in the foundry laboratory. Once again it was a great opportunity for interesting conversations between students and foundry industry representatives.<br>&nbsp;</font>

<font color="#ff0000" size="4"><strong>Click here to visit&nbsp;picture gallery from this event</strong></font>

 

<font size="4"><strong><em>Speeches</em></strong></font>

<font size="2"><strong>Optimierung eines großen Sphärogussteils mit MAGMAfrontier<br></strong><em>Dipl.-Ing. Martin Severing</em>, SHW Casting Technologies GmbH, Aalen-Wasseralfingen</font>

<font size="2"><strong>Bestimmung des Wärmeübergangs beim Druckgießen</strong><br><em>Dr.-Ing. Marcel Pfilzer</em>, Albert Handtmann Metalgusswerk GmbH Co.KG, Biberach</font>

<font size="2"><strong>Eisenmetallurgie im Umfeld der heutigen Rohsroffverknappung<br></strong><em>Dr.-Ing. Herbert Löblich</em>, Institut für Gießereitechnologie, Düsseldorf</font>

<font size="2"><strong>Gießereineuplanung: die bestandsfreie Druckgussproduktion durch </strong></font><font size="2"><strong>Schnellrüstungkonzepte<br></strong><em>Dr.-Ing. Hans-Peter Krapohl</em>, KW Consulting Group, Augsburg<br>&nbsp;</font>

<font size="3">Students introduce their bachelor and degrees dissertations:</font>

<font size="2"><em>Christian Böhnlein</em>: <strong>Optimierung eines bestehenden Vakuumsystems</strong><br><em>Matthias Buschle/Daniel Majer</em>: <strong>Innovative Entlüftung für Druckgießwerkzeuge</strong><br><em>Christian Köhler</em>: <strong>Druckgussgerechte Bauteilkonstruktion</strong><br><em>Stefan Seidel</em>: <strong>Kupferläufer im Druckguss</strong><br><em>Christian Saur</em>: <strong>Gasinjektion im Druckguss</strong><br><em>Martin Fröhlich</em>: <strong>Ein regelbares Gießsystem im Druckguss</strong><br><em>Wolfgang Schmied</em>: <strong>Verlorene Kerne im Druckguss</strong><br><em>Björn Bahmann/Simon Reißmüller</em>: <strong>Zur Alterung von Zinkdruckgussteilen</strong><br><em>Andreas Schär</em>: <strong>Rheometal-porenfreie Druckgussteile</strong><br><em>Dirk Bachmann</em>: <strong>Übereutektische Al-Si-Legierungen im Druckguss</strong></font>

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