The Summer School provides an opportunity for young scientists, researchers and engineers from academy and industry to get acquainted with fundamental aspects of fracture mechanics, recent trends in practical applications of fatigue and fracture models, and advanced approaches such as multiscale materials modeling. Senior researchers and experts will give lectures on experimental and numerical techniques for modeling, analysis and assessment of damaged components and structures. Particular attention will be given to determining and analysis of crack extension in pipes, where the standard and new methods will be examined. Examples on multiscale modeling used in analyzing pipeline steel weldments, metal/ceramic interfaces and fatigue problems will be given. Models for fatigue crack growth prediction and remaining fatigue life assessment will be presented.
|May 23 2016, 8.30 – 12.30||Fundamentals of fracture
mechanics and applications
|Laszlo Toth, Bay Zoltán|
|May 23 2016, 13.30 – 17.30||Modeling and analysis of ductile crack extension in pipes and pressure vessels||Guy Pluvinage, Emeritus Professor, University of Lorraine|
|May 24 2016, 8.30 – 12.30||Multiscale materials modelling in recent applications||Siegfried Schmauder, University of Stuttgart|
|May 24 2016, 13.30 – 17.30||Fatigue crack growth modelling||Nenad Gubeljak,
University of Maribor
|May 24 2016, 17.30 – 18.30||After course evaluation and examination diplomas will
be issued and will entitle PhD students to 3 ECTS.
|Registration before April 15, 2016||Participation fee €200|
|Registration after April 15, 2016||Participation fee €220|
Participation fee includes lunches and coffee breaks during the Summer School.Summer School + NT2F16 conference (students)
|Registration before April 15, 2016||Participation fee €400|
|Registration after April 15, 2016||Participation fee €500|
Participation fee includes lunches and coffee breaks during the Summer School and everything else as for other conference participants.
The above listed prices include VTA (25%).