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Highlights 2010

Un amico è come il sole: che tu lo veda o no, c'è sempre !

CEN/TC 319 Maintenance
European Committee for Standardization (CEN)

18th Plenary Meeting
11 October 2010, UNI, Milan

Il duomo di Milano.
Il duomo di Milano.

The new Chairman of CEN TC 319 for a period of three years starting on 2010-10-11:<BR>
 Mr. Franco Santini (IT).
The new Chairman of CEN TC 319 for a period of three years starting on 2010-10-11:
Mr. Franco Santini (IT).

The wish of Mr. Santini is to have a Plenary Meeting every year.
"We are volontieri - for doing culture", he said.

The participants of the 18th Plenary Meeting.
The participants of the 18th Plenary Meeting.

Discussion between Colin Desborough (UK) and Antoine Despujols (FR) during the coffee break.
Discussion between Colin Desborough (UK) and Antoine Despujols (FR) during the coffee break.

Asset Management
Asset Management was part of the Roman culture - but there is no word for it in the Latin language.
Nevertheless, CEN/TC 319 agreed to a liaison between ISO PC 251 (Asset Management) and CEN/TC 319 (Maintenance) for a period of three years.

14. Workshop "Repair Welding"

Halle: A modern town - Line 12 from the railway station to Halle-Trotha (10' walk away from SLV).
Halle: A modern town - Line 12 from the railway station to Halle-Trotha (10' walk away from SLV).

22 and 23 September 2010, Schweißtechnische Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt Halle GmbH,
Halle (Saale), Germany

Welcome speach: Dr.-Ing. Martin Ströfer, CEO SLV Halle GmbH.
Welcome speach: Dr.-Ing. Martin Ströfer, CEO SLV Halle GmbH.

Summary of the presentations (in german):

Es ist ja nur eine Reparaturschweissung: Dipl. Ing. (FH) SFI André Tepper, Borsdorf (DE)
Klippen und Fallen wurden in diesem paxisorientierten Votrag aufgezeichnet. Wesentlich für den Erfolg ist die konkrete Einschätzungen der erreichbaren Gebrauchsfähigkeit nach dem Reparaturschweissen. Dieser Punkt muss mit dem Auftraggeber abgesprochen werden.
Keine Reparatur ohne Kenntnis der Sicherheitsrelevanz, der Werkstoffe und der Schadensursache sind weitere beachtenswerte Grundsätze.

Reparaturschweissen an Kalt- und Warmarbeitsstählen: Dipl. Ing. E.T.H. Guido Walt, Vufflens-la-Ville (CH)
Kalt- und Warmarbeitsstähle sind härtbare Eisenwerkstoffe. Der Härtemechanismus beruht auf der Martensitbildung und eventuell zusätzlich auf der Ausscheidungshärtung durch Karbide oder Nitride – alles Vorgänge, die durch Wärmebehandlungen beeinflusst werden.
Für das Reparaturschweissen ist es wesentlich die Wärmebehandlungen vor und nach dem Schweissen möglichst zu vereinfachen, damit die Oberfläche der Werkstücke intakt bleibt und der Gesamtprozess nicht zu aufwendig wird.
Es kann sein, dass schon das Vorwärmen oder das Durchwärmen beim Reparaturschweissen ein Problem darstellt. In diese Fall sucht man sicher nach einem funktionsbezogenen Zusatzwerkstoff, eventuell unter Anwendung einer Pufferlage.
Es gibt Fälle, da ist eine thermische Nachbehandlung nicht möglich. Auch dafür eignet sich eventuell eine Lösung mit funktionsbezogenem Zusatzwerkstoff.

Reparaturschweissen von Aluminium-Fahrzeugteilen durch WIG-Gleichstromschweissen am Minuspol: Dipl. Ing. Manfred Stuhr, Doberlug-Kirchhein (DE)
Ohne Vorwärmen 20 bis 30 mm starke Aluminiumteile zu schweissen wurde mit diesem patentierten Verfahren möglich. Ein wichtiger Parameter ist die Schutzgaszusammensetzung. Sie beeinflusst Einbrand und Qualität. Hingegen wurde mit handelsüblichen Schweissstromquellen (Gleichstrom) gearbeitet.
Schweisser brauchen eine prozessspezifische Ausbildung.

Automatisiertes Reparaturschweissen im Produktlebenszyklus: Dipl. Ing. Jens Grundmann, Finsterwalde (DE)
Verschiedne Verfahren für das automatisierte Reparaturschweissen wurden an Beispielen erläutert:
- UP-Schweissen
- RES-Schweissen
- PPA-Schweissen.
Automatisieren lohnt sich vorallem für grossflächige Auftragungen.

Kontrolliertes Kugelstrahlen zur Unterstützung von schweisstechnischen Instandsetzungen an schwingend beanspruchten Bauteilen: Dipl. Ing. Frank Heide, Brandenburg (DE)
Druckeigenspannungen können durch kontrolliertes Kugelstrahlen reproduzierbar im Oberflächenbereich von Bauteilen aufgebaut werden. Neben verfahrensabhängigen Parametern ist vorallem der 100 %ige Deckungsgrad wichtig.
Spannungsarmglühen ist beim Reparaturschweissen oft nicht durchführbar. Kugelstrahlen kann eine Alternative sein. Schweissungen sollten beidseitig gestrahlt werden.
Verschleiss durch Kavitation kann durch Kugelstrahlen gemindert werden. Bei dieser Anwendung werden für den Oberflächenfinish Glaskugeln verwendet.

MAG-Reparaturschweissungen an Stützenträgern eines Hubarbeitsbühnenfahrzeuges: Dipl. Ing. (FH) Uwe Mückenheim, Halle (DE)
Ein Reparaturprozess wurde mit Bildern dargestellt. Zur Vorbereitung zählen folgende Abklärungen:
- Anwenungsbereich des Bauteils
- Bedarf von Zulassungsvoraussetzungen für die Reparatur
- Abmasse des beschädigten Bauteils
- Grundwerkstoff
- Nahtvorbereitung
- Bewertungsgruppe
- Wahl des Schweissverfahrens
- Zusatzwerkstoffe
- Wärmeführung
- Prüfungen der Schweissnähte
Die Reparaturschweissung wurde von Schweissern mit gültiger Schweisserprüfung durchgeführt. Zusätzlich war eine Schweissaufsichtsperson ständig vor Ort und dokumentierte die durchgeführten Arbeiten.

Restaurieren und Reparaturen am Weltkulturerbe: Dipl. Ing. Joachim Schmidt, Berlin
Reparaturen an der gusseisernen Treppe der Orangerie von Sanssouci sowie an der kupfernen / vergoldeten Atlasskulptur am Alten Markt in Potsdam wurden vorgestellt.
Besonders von Interesse waren die Erläuterungen zum Schränkenlöten am Altas.

For 50 participants, it was worth to come to Halle.
For 50 participants, it was worth to come to Halle.

Practical demonstrations:

Laser repair welding: Mobile Laserunit for minor repairs (e.g. tools and dies).

Mr Th. Richter - SLV Halle - shows new possibilities and applications.
Mr Th. Richter - SLV Halle - shows new possibilities and applications.

The mobile laser equipment.
The mobile laser equipment.

Mesurement of internal stress through X-ray on repair welded items.

Results on the Laptop.
Results on the Laptop.

VocTrainMaint Meeting

About the project.

16 to 17 September 2010,
Viking village,
IS-220 Hafnarfjördur – ICELAND.

Framework of the project: Proposal from Per Schjolberg

1. Aim, limitation
2. Maintenance in general - World class Maintenance
3. Maintenance for level 5
4. Maintenance concepts and techniques
5. Aim and strategies
6. Laws and rules
7. Supporting systems
8. Analytical techniques
9. Maintenance methods
10. Safety
11. Ecomnomy
12. Environment
13. Technical equipments
14. Technical disciplines
15. Maintenance for the future

Per Schjolberg (NO) presenting the framework for the project.
Per Schjolberg (NO) presenting the framework for the project.

Ingemar Andreason (SE), project leader
Ingemar Andreason (SE), project leader

Johan O. Asmundvaag (NO), CEO of the Norvegian Maintenance Society
Johan O. Asmundvaag (NO), CEO of the Norvegian Maintenance Society

Sight seeing after work!

Thor Pálsson (IS) together with Ingemar Andreason (SE)
Thor Pálsson (IS) together with Ingemar Andreason (SE)

Seltún - a boiling area.
Seltún - a boiling area.

8th Congress on Wear Protection and Welded Coatings

16 and 17 June 2010, Schweißtechnische Lehr- und Versuchsanstalt Halle GmbH,
Halle (Saale), Germany

Entrence to the new conference hall
Entrence to the new conference hall

Programme

Opening: Dr.-Ing. M.Ströfer and Dipl.-Ing. ETH G. Walt,
Application of Copper based Cored Wires for Coating and Hard Facing: Dipl.-Ing. O Penning,
Resistence of Austenitic FeCrMnV hard Coatings against Abrasion: Dr.-Ing. J. Röthig,
E-beam Coatings against Wear: Dr.-Ing. T. Krüssel,
Tranfered Arc Welding on Valves for Nulear Power Stations: Dr.-Ing. habil. U. Szieslo,
Life long learning - Focus Maintennce Welding (The Leonardo Project "Greenbox"): Dipl.-Ing ETH G. Walt,
Under powder welding for Hard Coating: Prof. Dr.-Ing. C.-C. Vogt,
WC-Coatings: Dipl.-Ing. M. Pekarek,
InduClad: Prof. Dr.-Ing. R. Winkelmann,
Coating of Steam Turbine Valves: Dr.-Ing. W. Storch,
Wear protection and Repair by Induction Heating: Dipl.-Ing. A. Pfaff,
Potential of Iron based Water Atomised Powders for Wear Protection: Dipl.-Ing. A. Pelz,
Wear resistant Special Steels: Dr.-Ing. habil. J. Schuster,
HIP-Coatings: Dr.-Ing. J. Oligmüller.

Congress Dinner:

Reception at Bad Lachstätt
Reception at Bad Lachstätt

Welcome adress through Dr.-Ing. M.Ströfer, Director of SLV Halle GmbH
Welcome adress through Dr.-Ing. M.Ströfer, Director of SLV Halle GmbH

The Goethe Theater
The Goethe Theater

Thank you very much for the nice evening and the excellent dinner.
Thank you very much for the nice evening and the excellent dinner.

OMAINTEC 2010 - Conference and Exhibition
9th Operation and Maintenance Conference in the Arab Countries

07 to 10 June 2010, Habtoor Grand Hotel, Beirut, Lebanon

Eng. Essmat Essa, Ministry of Health - Saudi Arabia waiting for welcoming<BR>
 H.R.H. Prince Dr. Mansour Bin Mite'b Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Minister
 of Municipal and Rural Affairs - KSA.
Eng. Essmat Essa, Ministry of Health - Saudi Arabia waiting for welcoming
H.R.H. Prince Dr. Mansour Bin Mite'b Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Minister of Municipal and Rural Affairs - KSA.

Opening:

Mansour bin Mite'b bin Abdulaziz al-Saud, the Saudi deputy minister of Municipal and Rural Affairs, underlined on Monday the importance of securing proper maintenance for big projects in order to provide good standards in living for the citizens of the Arab world.

H.R.H. Prince Dr. Mansour Bin Mite'b Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Minister
 of Municipal and Rural Affairs - KSA.
H.R.H. Prince Dr. Mansour Bin Mite'b Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Minister of Municipal and Rural Affairs - KSA.

“Our Arab region is witnessing a development renaissance during which modern cities and gigantic projects have been established. These represent real wealth for our region and many efforts have been exerted to achieve such projects. It is very important to guarantee the continuity of these projects by securing their maintenance,” he said.

History in the making at a cost of SR 14 Billion: The King Saud University - KSA.
History in the making at a cost of SR 14 Billion: The King Saud University - KSA.

“The government of Saudi Arabia has given a great importance to operation and maintenance of public facilities and public services. A specific budget line has been allocated for operation and maintenance and during the last 10 years, around 20 to 30 percent of the state budget has been dedicated to this sector in addition to the contribution of the private sector in all the industrial service projects,” he said.

For his part, Assistant General Manager for Maintenance at Saudi Oger Ltd Jamal El zein emphasized on the importance of continuous training as being the main pillar in preparing the human resources in order to increase their efficiency and generate more revenues.
Zein noted that it is important to use modern ways for maintaining equipment and investments. “This will increase the level of production by commissioning all these work to the private sector.”

Zein’s remarks were echoed by the conference’s chairman Dr. Zohair ALSARRAJ who placed a great importance on training in his speech. “We should underline that successful training is a training based on practice and on the criteria adopted by international as well as regional organizations,” he said.
“Maintenance and operation is very important in our Arab world and they require partnership between the public and private sector.”

Transportation and Public Works Minister Ghazi Aridi noted that maintenance has to accompany any project since its inception and during all its implementation phases. “Maintenance goes along with public safety and this is affirmed by the accidents that we encounter on our roads for many reasons which include sometimes the lack of proper maintenance,” he said.

Source: The Daily Star, Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Keynote speakers session:

Chairman: Dr Mohammed Al Fouzan, OMAINTEC Institute Board Member - KSA,
1st speaker: Mr. Guido Walt, Chairman of the World Maintenance Forum - CH:
Establishing the World Maintenance Forum as a necessary step to unify Mantenance Efforts Globally;
2nd speaker: Mr. Simon Mills, Training Service Director, AV Technology LTD - UK:
Update on Training and Qualification in Condition Monitoring;
3rd Speaker: Prof. Andrew Jardine, Director, University of Toronto - CA:
Adressing Challenges and Opportunities in Evidence Based Asset Management (EBAM);
4th speaker: Dr. Jamal Al Chaar, Coordinator R+D, SUPSI - CH:
RAMS and Maintenance Engineering: Master Programme Based on Methodological and Practical Knowledge;
5th speaker: H.E. Mohammad Al Nagadi, Shura Council Member, National Chairman, Saudi Building Code - KSA:
Saudi Building Code "Step Forward for Better Maintenance".

Prof. Andrew Jardine, Mr. Simon Mills, H.E. Mohammad Al Nagadi, Dr Mohammed Al Fouzan,
 Mr. Guido Walt, Dr. Jamal Al Chaar.
Prof. Andrew Jardine, Mr. Simon Mills, H.E. Mohammad Al Nagadi, Dr Mohammed Al Fouzan, Mr. Guido Walt, Dr. Jamal Al Chaar.

International experience session "From Chine Experience":

Dr. Xu Yongneng - Nanjing University, Mr. Xiangsen Wang - China National Logging Co., 
 Chairman Eng. Essmat Essa - RSA,<BR>
 Prof. Li Baowen and Prof. Banqiang Xu - Guangzhou University.
Dr. Xu Yongneng - Nanjing University, Mr. Xiangsen Wang - China National Logging Co., Chairman Eng. Essmat Essa - RSA,
Prof. Li Baowen and Prof. Banqiang Xu - Guangzhou University.

Workshop: Reliability Improvement through PM and Optimal Spare Stocking Policies:

Prof. Andrew Jardine - University of Toronto.
Prof. Andrew Jardine - University of Toronto.

Exhibition

The Exhibition Hall.
The Exhibition Hall.

Jessie Lu, Guangzhou Shareford Maintenance Consulting Co. Ltd - Guangzhou (CN).
Jessie Lu, Guangzhou Shareford Maintenance Consulting Co. Ltd - Guangzhou (CN).

Gala Dinner and Honoring of Hariri Arab Award for Operation and Maintenance

Honors for the contribution of the World Maintenance Forum:

Awarded by the Conference’s chairman Dr. Zohair ALSARRAJ - KSA and<BR>
 H.E. Mr. Ghazi Aridi - Minister of Public Work and Transport, Lebanon.
Awarded by the Conference’s chairman Dr. Zohair ALSARRAJ - KSA and
H.E. Mr. Ghazi Aridi - Minister of Public Work and Transport, Lebanon.

In front: Prof. Andrew Jardine - University of Toronto, Mr. Tarek Salem El bakly -
 Arab Administrative Development Org, Egypt and<BR>
 Mrs. Eng. Sabah Mohamed Mashaly - Ministry of Electricity and Energy, Egyp.
In front: Prof. Andrew Jardine - University of Toronto, Mr. Tarek Salem El bakly - Arab Administrative Development Org, Egypt and
Mrs. Eng. Sabah Mohamed Mashaly - Ministry of Electricity and Energy, Egyp.

Many thanks to Mrs. Dr. Hiba Aboulhosn, Communication and PR.
Many thanks to Mrs. Dr. Hiba Aboulhosn, Communication and PR.

Gründungsversammlung von fmPro

20 Mai 2010,
Hotel Arte,
Olten.

MFS und fm Schweiz beschliessen den Zusammenschluss: fmPro ist geboren.

Das Komitee von fmPro stellt sich anlässlich der Gründungsversammlung vor:

Peter Malama, President.
Peter Malama, President.

Susanne Baumann, Vize-Präsidentin.
Susanne Baumann, Vize-Präsidentin.

Reto Cajacob, Vize-Präsident.
Reto Cajacob, Vize-Präsident.

Komiteemitglieder aus dem Lager von fmSchweiz:

Susanna Caravatti-Felchlin.
Susanna Caravatti-Felchlin.

Ruth Meierhofer-Lutzi.
Ruth Meierhofer-Lutzi.

Corina Gerber.
Corina Gerber.

fmPro wird ab 1. Januar 2011 handlungsfähig.
Herzliche Gratulation !

International Symposium
Maintenance and Risk Management, MMR-2010

15 to 17 April 2010,
L'école National de l'Industrie Minérale (ENIM),
Rabat - Morocco.

The participants in front of ENIM.
The participants in front of ENIM.

The participants during the opening ceremonie.
The participants during the opening ceremonie.

Professeur Christian Delvosalle (BE)<BR>
Professeur Christian Delvosalle (BE)
"Risk is a new trend!"

Hubert Seillan (FR), rechts im Bild<BR>
Hubert Seillan (FR), rechts im Bild
"Nobody knows all safety rules."

Jean-Louis Nicolet (FR), Guy Planchette (FR), Med Tahiri (MA), Pierre Dehombreux (BE),<BR>
 Christian Delvosalle (BE), Guido Walt (CH), Christopher Kende (US).
Jean-Louis Nicolet (FR), Guy Planchette (FR), Med Tahiri (MA), Pierre Dehombreux (BE),
Christian Delvosalle (BE), Guido Walt (CH), Christopher Kende (US).

Eyjafjallajökull ! - The airspace is closed.

Life is adventure:

The 1st coffee break on the highway Rabat - Tanger:<BR>
 Marc Antoni und Gilles Zwingelstein, both in good shape.
The 1st coffee break on the highway Rabat - Tanger:
Marc Antoni und Gilles Zwingelstein, both in good shape.

The 1st coffee break on the highway Rabat - Tanger:<BR>
 On the right: Prof. Kondo Hloindo Adjallah (FR).
The 1st coffee break on the highway Rabat - Tanger:
On the right: Prof. Kondo Hloindo Adjallah (FR).

Our driver: L'amico certo si conoce nell'incerto (B. Graciàn).
Our driver: L'amico certo si conoce nell'incerto (B. Graciàn).

Our only woman in the groupe, Mme. Claude Hansen (FR).
Our only woman in the groupe, Mme. Claude Hansen (FR).

Good bye Africa.
Good bye Africa.

A really wunderful day!
A really wunderful day!

The old continemt is rising up.
The old continemt is rising up.

Refreshment in Algeciras.
Refreshment in Algeciras.

In the bus to Barcelona.
In the bus to Barcelona.

Refreshment before the start to Avignon.
Refreshment before the start to Avignon.

VocTrainMaint Meeting

About the project.

25 to 26 February 2010,
Norvegian Maintenance Society,
N-1325 Lysaker – Norway.

Structure of the project:

WP1 Project Management
WP2 Mapping of the market
WP3 Subject Specifications for Maintenance Technicians (EQF Level 5)
WP4 Credits for subjects
WP5 Curriculum development
WP6 Teachers course (EQF Level 6)
WP7 Vocational courses (EQF Level 4, 5 and 6)
WP8 Implementation
WP9 Valorisation.

Discussions about the market mapping
Discussions about the market mapping

Donal Nolan (IE), presenting the framework for subject specifications.
Donal Nolan (IE), presenting the framework for subject specifications.

The project group during lunch.
The project group during lunch.

The project group during lunch.
The project group during lunch.

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