Industrial Workshop: Plasma Technology for Energy Conversion and Storage

Speakers from industrial companies will discuss the current challenge to utilize Plasma Technologies for reduction of CO2 emission. The workshop will be organized by the German PISE Group (AK Plasma) in cooperation with the Society of Vacuum Coaters (SVC) and chaired by Roel Tietema, Hauzer Techno Coating BV, Venlo (NL).

The Industrial Workshop (PDF, 9KB) will be held on Tuesday afternoon, September 14, 2010,
Room Olympia.

 

15:15-15:45
IW1

Tailor Made Surface Technology for Energy Efficient Tribological Systems
Tim Hosenfeldt, Schaeffler KG, Herzogenaurach, Germany

15:45:16:05
IW2

Coatings for efficient high pressure diesel injection
Ulrich May, Robert Bosch GmbH, Diesel Systems (DS/ETD3), Stuttgart, GERMANY

16:05-16:25
IW3

Deposition of low-friction/high wear resistant ta-C coatings deposited by an industrial laser arc Technology
Hans-Joachim Scheibe, Fraunhofer-Institut für Werkstoff- und Strahltechnik (IWS), Dresden, Germany
Michael Falz, VTD Vakuum Technik Dresden GmbH, Dresden, Germany

16:25-16:45
IW4

Comparison of the wear behaviour of DLC coatings in automotive engine applications and laboratory tribometer tests
Jasmin Martin, BMW Group, München, Germany

16:45-17:15

Coffee break

17:15-17:35
IW5

Barriers to the Use of Plasma Technologies in Large Engines and Machines
Steven C. Taylor, Caterpillar Inc. -  Advanced Materials Technology; Peoria-IL, USA

17:35-17:55
IW6

Advanced coatings for aerospace applications to reduce fuel consumption
Christoph Leyens, TU Dresden, Institute of Materials Science, Dresden, Germany

17:55-18:15
IW8

Application Potential of Hard Coatings with Lubricants for Reduction of Friction Losses
K. Yilmaz, RWTH Aachen University, Surface Engineering Institute, Aachen, Germany