Wrocław, 19th January 2013
The 19th Bohemian-Saxon-Silesian Mechanics-Colloquium is organized by the Institute of Materials Science and Technical Mechanics(Faculty of Mechanics) of the Wrocław University of Technology. It is a great pleasure for us to invite you to a presentation of our scientificprogram.
The aim of the “Bohemian-Saxon-Silesian Mechanics-Colloquium” is to bring together colleagues to exchange recent scientific results, to provide a forum for young researchers for first presentations and last not least to improve the personal understanding of all colleagues working in the wide field of mechanics of solids and fluids.
Since we live in the heart of Europe it seems to be a good idea to support the unification of neighbouring countries such as the provincesBohemia, Saxony and Lower Silesia from the Czech Republic, Germany and Poland.
- 8:30–9:30 Come together (coffee/tea/juice/snacks).
- 9:30–9:45 Welcome addresses and information about building B1, Faculty of Mechanics, and Institute of Materials Science and Technical Mechanics.
- 9:45–10:00 Optical fibre based strain monitoring method for high pressure composite vessels for gaseous fuel storage. W. Błażejewski, P. Gąsior, J. Kaleta.
- 10:00–10:15 Homogenization and identification of effective material parameters of reinforced composite. T. Czapliński, G. Ziętek.
- 10:15–10:30 Idea of a new type of heat pump based on magnetocaloric effect — experimental verification. D. Lewandowski, A. Czernuszewicz.
- 10:30–10:45 Composite pontoon for military floating bridge. Concept, design and testing. M. Barcikowski, W. Błażejewski, E. Juskowiak, R. Rybczyński
- 10:45–11:20 Coffee Break (coffee/tea/juice/snacks).
- 11:20–11:35 Damping of impact forces by cellular composites filled with magneto-rheological fluids. D. Bodniewicz, D. Lewandowski, J. Kaleta.
- 11:35–11:50 Magneto-rheological elastomer based on thermoplastic matrices — experiments and application. J. Kaleta, M. Królewicz, M. Przybylski, D. Lewandowski.
- 11:50–12:05 Magneto-mechanical properties of monolithic Terfenol-D versus epoxy-bonded composite with Terfenol-D powder. J. Kaleta, R. Mech, P. Wiewiórski.
- 12:05–12:20 Residual strength of composite damaged by high-velocity impact. M. Barcikowski.
- 12:20–12:35 Evaluation of selected mechanical properties of ultra thin oxide coatings obtained by the sol-gel method. J. Krzak-Roś, A. Donesz-Sikorska, A. Szczurek.
- 12:40–13:40 A visit to the selected laboratory and a short tour around the renovated building B1.
- 13:50–14.50 Conclusions and Lunch
Institute of Materials Science and Technical Mechanics, (Faculty of Mechanics), Wrocław University of Technology. Building B–1, 50–372 Wrocław, Smoluchowskiego str 25.
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Wroclaw University of Technology
Institute of Materials Science and Applied Mechanics
Wybrzeże Wyspiańskiego 27
50-370 Wrocław, POLAND
Tel.: (0048)713202790 (0048)713202766
Dr. Wojciech Myszka
Prof. Jerzy Kaleta