Conference Focus

 

The JOM series of biennial International Conferences & ‘know how’ Exhibition in Welding Technology go back five decades to the nineteen seventies.

The JOM Conference is unique in that it is dedicated to the advancement of joining and material technologies and fabrication techniques in all the key industry sectors.

 

As the latest R & D results and recent industrial applications will be presented, participation in the conference technical programme will be essential for those engineers wishing to advance their knowledge as part of Continuing Professional Development (CPD).

 

More recently, training, qualification and certification of welding personnel have become increasingly important. The implementation of recent knowhow through Education and Training is now a key part of modern welding technology. Thus, this topic is also a key JOM Conference focus.

 

Publication of the Conference Papers

 

The JOM 20 Conference Proceedings will be assigned an ISBN number for publication (JOM ISSN: 2246-0160).


The Conference and Exhibition Venue, Registration and Accommodation:

 

The Conference venue as well as accommodation and the exhibition all take place at the scenic Konventum, LO-Skolen in Helsingør, the same Conference venue for the hitherto JOM Conferences. The Conference Venue has excellent facilities and cuisine at reasonable cost. With easy access from Copenhagen airport (by rail), the venue offers an outstanding location on the Danish coast.

 

Your address during the JOM –Conference

 

Konventum LO-Skolen Konference Center.

Gammel Hellebækvej 70

DK-3000 Helsingør

Denmark




Sessions Main Topics and Papers


Monday May 27

 

 

SESSION No. 1


08:30-12:00 Introduction, Computers in welding, digitisation and Industry Welding equipment developments

 

Chair: John Norrish and Lars Erik Stridh

 

  • 40 Years JOM Conferences, Osama AL-ERHAYEMThe history and current status of computers in welding, Bill LUCAS, Jeremy SMITH                       
  • Welding 4.0 and Weld Database Management. Andreas PITTNER
  • Recent changes to ISO 15614-1 and their implications. Marcello CONSONNI
  • Digital and programmable power source control – benefits and Limitations. Jesper SKOVFO

 

SESSION No. 2


13:00-15:00 Digitisation in welding education and vocational training

 

Chair: Kai Treutler, Mads Jensen

 

  • Education, Economy and competitiveness Lars-Erik STRIDH
  • VR Vocational training system, Allan GRAY
  • Virtual Reality in Welding. Josef KREINDL
  • Digitisation in Quality Management. Boyan IVANOV

 

SESSION No. 3


15:30-17:15 Robotics and Additive Manufacture. Improvements in robot programming for small batch production and developments in welding based additive manufacture

 

Chair: Janez Tusek, Vinod Kumar

 

  • Robot programing CAD or 3D scan to finished part. J.NORRISH, Larkinet al
  • Robotic wire arc additive manufacture for production and repair. Binato Wu, Zeng Xi Pan, J. NORRISH et al
  • WAAM progress at CU. Martina FILOMENO
  • Multi-material design in welding arc additive manufacture. Kai TREUTLER



Tuesday May 28.

 

SESSION No. 4


08:30-12:00 Sensors and on line monitoring


Chair: Stephan Egerland, John Dowden

 

  • Technology and Data Management in Welding Production and Training systems. Lincoln Electric USA, Jason SCALES
  • Data analysis, quality control and diagnostics for legacy welding equipment. Julian TAPP 
  • Monitoring and control of the Arc Plasma and heat input in WAAM. Sven GOECKE
  • Thermal Sprayed Coatings by Laser-Assisted Heat Treatment for High-Durability Continuous Casting Molds. Eunjoon CHUN
  • Digitisation and computer interfaces for NDE. Ulf LARSEN

 

Wednesday May 29.


SESSION No. 5


08:30-11:00 Quality Management ,Inspection and weldability


Chair: Sven Goecke, Vladimir Glouchenkov

 

  • Analysis of the welds on the dies for die casting. Janez TUSEK
  • Developing a user friendly platform for in service inspection of nuclear power plant welds. Hassan SHAABAN
  • Metallurgical and micro hardness studies of ferritic stainless steel welds. Pradeep KHANNA.
  • Effect of preheat and inter pass temperature on alloy 625 cladding. Vinod KUMAR
  • Safety of work on Electrical equipment - Reliability of application of a Bimetallic Electrode of new design and Technology. Vladimir GLOUCHENKOV


SESSION No. 6


11:15-12:00 Conclusions


Chair: Bill Lucas, John Norrish and Osama Al-Erhayem


Please notice: Eventually changes in the programme will be communicated at the registration desk


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