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Sino-German Workshop on Electromagnetic Processing of Materials

Oct. 11-12, 2004
Shanghai University, Shanghai, China


Sponsor: Sino-German Center for Research Promotion,
National Nature Science Foundation of China

PROGRAM

Oct. 10, 2004,

Register

New Le Hu Hotel, Shanghai University, No.716 Jinqiu Road, Shanghai.

Oct. 11-14, 2004

Oct. 11, 2004

 

8:00

Registration

New Le Hu Hotel, Shanghai University, No.716 Jinqiu Road, Shanghai.

 

8:40-

Opening Sitting, Chaired by Prof. Ding Weizhong - Director of Shanghai Key Laboratory of Modern Metallurgy & Material Processing, Shanghai University

 

8:40-8:45

Salutatory by Prof. Li Youmei - Vice-president of Shanghai University

 

8:45-8:50

Salutatory by Dr. Koenigs - Germany Director of Sino-German Center for Research Promotion, National Nature Science Foundation of China

 

8:50-8:55

Congratulation Letter by Academician Xu Kuangdi - President of Chinese Academy of Engineering, Read by Prof. Ren Zhongming

 

8:55-9:00

Group Photo for All Delegates

 

 

Session 1-2

Coordinators: Ren Zhongming, G. Gerbeth

No.

Time

Delegates

Presentation

1.      

9:00-9:25

G. Gerbeth

Forschungszentrum Rossendorf

Germany

Flow Control By Tailored Magnetic Fields

2.      

9:25-9:50

S. Asai

Nagoya University

Japan

Application of High Magnetic field in Inorganic materials processing

3.      

9:50-10:15

Yves Fautrelle

EPM Madylam

France

Effects of AC magnetic fields on liquid metal free surfaces

 

10:15-10:25

 

Coffee Break

4.      

10:25-10:50

Ren Zhongming

Shanghai university

China

Experimental Investigation on Solidification of Several Alloys under A High Magnetic Field

5.      

10:50-11:15

B. Nacke

Universität Hannover Institut f¨¹r Elektrothermische Prozesstechnik

Germany

Use of electromagnetic fields in metallurgy and crystal growing

6.      

11:15-11:40

Yang Yuansheng

Institute of Metal Reaserch,

Chinese Academy of Sciences, China

Effects of DC and PC electric fields on dendrite growth of metals

7.      

11:40-12:05

S. Eckert

Forschungszentrum Rossendorf

Germany

Magnetic Field Control of the Mould Filling Process of Aluminum Investment Casting

 

12:05

 

Lunch£¬Dining-room in First Floor of New Lehu Hotel

 

 

Session 3-4

Coordinators: Yang Yuansheng, B.Nacke

No.

Time

Delegates

Presentation

8.      

13:30-13:50

P. Nikrityuk

TU Dresden Institut f¨¹r Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik

Germany

Experimental and numerical studies on solidification control by alternating magnetic fields

9.      

13:50-14:10

Zhai Qijie

Shanghai university

China

Effect of Pulsed Magnetic Field on Solidification Structures of Metals

10.   

14:10-14:30

Ch. Zhang

Forschungszentrum Rossendorf

Germany

Experiments on the magnetic field influence on liquid metal two-phase flows

11.   

14:30-14:50

Sun Baode

Shanghai jiao tong university

China

Effect of electromagnetic separation of inclusions on the mechanical properties of A356 alloy

12.   

14:50-15:10

Liu Yuanan

Beijing university of posts and telecommunications, China

EM Processing for Electronic Materials

 

15:10-15:20

 

Coffee Break

13.   

15:20-15:40

Li Baokuan, China

F. Tsukihashi, Japan

Northeastern university,

Modeling of Two-Phase Flow in RH Vacuum Degassing Vessel with the Effect of the Rotating Magnetic field

14.   

15:40-16:00

Sven Reutzel

Germany

The Influence of Magnetism to Crystal Nucleation

15.   

16:00-16:20

Ding Weizhong

Shanghai university

China

Liquid Metal Refining by Cold Hydrogen Plasma

16.   

16:20-16:40

J.Priede

Forschungszentrum Rossendorf

Germany

Electromagnetic levitation: global instabilities and the flow inside a molten sample

17.   

16:40-17:00

E. Baake

Universität Hannover Institut f¨¹r Elektrothermische, Germany

Experimental investigations and numerical modelling of metal melt flows in induction furnaces

18.   

17:15

 

 

 

19:00

Dinner, Broadway Mansions Hotel of Shanghai, No.20 North Suzhou Road

Oct. 12£¬2004

 
 

Session 5-6

Coordinators: Liu Lin, Ertel-Ingrisch

No.

Time

Delegates

Presentation

19.   

8:30-8:50

Gao Jianrong

Northeastern university

China

Solidification of electromagnetically levitated Nd-Fe-B melt droplets

20.   

8:50-9:10

S. Koehler

TU Dresden Institut f¨¹r Physikalische Chemie und Elektrochemie, Germany

Magnetic field influence on electrochemical processes

21.   

9:10-9:30

J. Dagner

Fraunhofer Institut IISB Crystal Growth Laboratory Erlangen, Germany

Use of magnetic fields during solidification under microgravity conditions

22.   

9:30-9:50

Ma Yanwei

Institute of Electrical Engineering Chinese Academy of Sciences

China

Effect of magnetic field on chemical vapor deposition process of YBCO thin films

23.   

9:50-10:10

J. Stiller

TU Dresden Institut f¨¹r Luft- und Raumfahrttechnik, Germany

Numerical simulations of flows driven by alternating magnetic fields

 

10:10-10:20

 

Tea Break

24.   

10:20-10:40

Xu Daming

Harbin Institute of Technology

China

Coupled numerical simulation of temperature, flow, pressure, and composition in unidirectional solidification of g(TiAl) alloy with electromagnetic field

25.   

10:40-11:00

S. Eckert

Forschungszentrum Rossendorf

Germany

New possibilities for velocity measurements in metallic melts

26.   

11:00-11:20

Liu Wei

Tsinghua university

China

The evolution of microtexture and magnetics property of high pure Ni in Magnetic field annealing

27.   

11:20-11:40

J. Dagner

Fraunhofer Institut IISB Crystal

Growth Laboratory Erlangen,

Germany

Magnetic field control of heat and mass transport processes in industrial growth of silicon and II-V semiconductors crystals

28.   

11:40-12:00

Wang Qiang

Northeastern university

China

Solidified Structure Control of Metal Matrix Composites by Using Intense Magnetic Fields

 

12:00

 

Lunch£¬Dining-room in First Floor of New Lehu Hotel

 

 

Session 7-8

Coordinators: Xu Daming, S. Eckert

No.

Time

Delegates

Presentation

29.   

13:30-13:50

W. Ertel-Ingrisch

TU Ilmenau Institut f¨¹r Elektrowärme, Germany

Crystallization and high-magnetic fields: first results on the crystallization of BHF

30.   

13:50-14:10

Qi Feng

Dalian university of technology

China

Effect of High Magnetic Field on the modification of Al-Si alloy

31.   

14:10-14:30

Guo Jingjie

Harbin institute lf technology

China

Unidirectional continuous solidification of Ti alloy in cold crucible

32.   

14:30-14:50

G. Weiss

Electromagnetic stirring of AlSi alloys

 

14:50-15:10

 

Tea Break

33.   

15:10-15:30

HE Changshu

Northeastern university

China

Effects of a high magnetic field on formation of microstructure in 42CrMo during solid transformation

34.   

15:30-15:50

Zhong Yunbo

Shanghai university

China

Preparation of Nano Particles by Co-precipitation and Sol-gel way in High Static Magnetic Field

35.   

15:50-16:10

Ma Yonglin

Baotou steel&iron university

China

The New Phenomena Of EMS With Numerical Simulating And New Application Of Elrctron Magnetic Technology In Water Treating

36.   

16:10-16:30

Wang Hui

Institute of Electrical Engineering Chinese Academy of Sciences

China

YBa2Cu3O7-x thick films processed by chemical solution deposition in high magnetic fields

37.   

16:30-16:50

Liu Lin

Northwestern Polytechnological

University, China

A New Processing of Electro-magnetic Forming for Metallic Materials under Vacuum Condition

38.   

16:50-17:10

Meng Qingsen

Taiyuan university of technology

China

Processing of Graded Material by SHS in Electric Field

39.   

17:10-18:00

G. Gerbeth

Ren Zhongming

Discussion: The detail for collaboration between China and Germany

 

18:30

Supper£¬Dining-room in Ground Floor of New Lehu Hotel