APRIL

2017 

BAHNAKUSTIK-SEMINAR

Berlin, 05. - 07. April 2017

www.ifv-bahntechnik.de/bahnakustik

APRIL

2017

Fördermittel-Informationstag

Berlin, 28. April 2017

www.foerdermittel-information.de

MAI

2017

STRASSENBAHN-SYMPOSIUM

Berlin, 11. - 12. Mai 2017

www.ifv-bahntechnik.de/strassenbahn

JUNI

2017

TOP-Expertentagung TSI 2017
Bahntechnische Zulassung 
Berlin, 29. - 30. Juni 2017

www.ifv-bahntechnik.de/tsi

JULI

2017

RAIL-HVAC // RAIL-COMFORT
BAHN-KLIMATECHNIK 2017
Berlin, 12. - 13. Juli 2017

www.ifv-bahntechnik.de/comfort

SEPT.

2017

FIRE SAFETY 2017
BAHN-BRANDSCHUTZ 2017
Berlin, 28. - 29. September 2017

www.railway-network.eu/fire-safety

OKT.

2017

RAIL-PRM 2017
Barrierefreie Mobilität
Berlin, 12. - 13. Oktober 2017

www.railway-network.eu/fire-safety

NOV.

2017

RAIL-AERODYNAMICS 2017
Aerodynamics and Train Design
Göttingen, 16. - 17. November 2017

www.railway-network.eu/aerodynamics

DEZ.

2017

INNOVATION-DAY 2017
Bahn-Innovationen & Patente
Berlin, 14. Dezember 2017

www.ifv-bahntechnik.de/innovation-day

Februar

2018

Intensiv-Seminar
RAIL-SIMULATION 2018
Bielefeld, 06. - 07. Februar 2018

www.ifv-bahntechnik.de/rail-simulation

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COME TOGETHER and NETWORKING TIME #6
Networking Coffee / Exhibition PASSIVE SAFETY

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PROGRAMME on Friday, 24 March 2017

 


PASSIVE SAFETY – Conference module C

 

(Friday, 24 March 2017, ante meridiem)

 

 

PRESENTATION (abstract) *

  • PASSIVE SAFETY
  • Theory vs. Practice
  • Experiment vs. Simulation
  • Homologation and Regulation – international perspective

*(preliminary version) – spoken word applies!

Diplom-Volkswirt E. SCHULZ


Managing Director / CEO


Interdisziplinärer Forschungsverbund Bahntechnik e.V. (Railway Research Association)


Certified Management Consultant (Level III, Leading-Consultant); Institut für Verbändeberatung – IFV Beratung u. Service GmbH


Berlin / Deutschland


 

PRESENTATION (abstract) *

  • PASSIVE SAFETY: Crashworthiness, workstation table, collision safety, anthropomorphic test devices, injury criteria
  • 1.    Introduction
  • 2.    Dynamic Testing
  • 3.    Quasi-Static Testing
  • 4.    Summary of Test Results and Test Observations
  • 5.    Discussion
  • 6.    Conclusions

*(preliminary version) – spoken word applies!

Kristine SEVERSON, M.Sc.
– Senior Mechanical Engineer –

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U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT)

Volpe National Transportation Systems Center

Cambridge, MA / USA

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Co-Author:

Dr. David HYND

Head of Biomechanics

TRL Limited; Wokingham / UK

 


PRESENTATION (abstract) *

  • PASSIVE SAFETY 2017
  • 1. Aluminum and Steel Structure
  • 2. Crash Energy management concept and its special characteristics
  • 3. Characteristics and single testing of the energy absorbing components
  • 4. Characteristics and testing of the energy End car structure components
  • 5. Full-scale testing of a one-third car including all coupler device
  • 6. Fulfilment of passive safety US standard and crash scenarios
  • 6. Correlation study FEA vs Test .
  • 7. Conclusions for the crash module of the intermediate car (lightweight potential, achievable collision speed, etc.) and outlook

*(preliminary version) – spoken word applies!

Nico WARNT – Structure & Crash Berechnungsingenieur, Klebfachingenieur;

Daniel KOUDOLO;

Amelie FAUBERT;

Thomas FECSKE – Head of CoC Crash Safety

 

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Bombardier Transportation

Hennigsdorf / Germany etc.

 


COFFEE BREAK and NETWORKING TIME #7
Networking Coffee / Exhibition PASSIVE SAFETY

PRESENTATION (abstract) *

  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. Dynamic tests by striking seats with an impactor
  • 3. Sled tests
  • 4. Simulation of sled tests
  • 5. Discussion and Conclusion
  • SUMMARY:
  • In the event of a level crossing accident, train passengers seated in a rotating and reclining seat have a risk of getting injured due to collision with seats in front of them. In order to evaluate the passenger’s kinematic behavior and injury quantitatively in this situation, firstly we carried out dynamic tests by striking the seats with an impactor to grasp the physical properties of the seat in terms of dynamic strength. Secondly, we carried out impact tests using crash-test dummies, and FE analyses under the same condition as the tests.

*(preliminary version) – spoken word applies!

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Tomohiro OKINO

– Senior Researcher  –

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Railway Technical Research Institute

– Vehicle structure technology division –

Tokyo / Japan

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Co-authors:

  • Kazuma NAKAI (RTRI)
  • Junichi TAKANO (RTRI)
  • Shota ENAMI (RTRI)
  • Yutaka NAGAO (Koito Electric Industries, LTD.)
  • Masaki OGAWA (Koito Electric Industries, LTD.)

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PRESENTATION (abstract) *

  • PASSIVE SAFETY
  • 1. Introduction
  • 2. History of Front Modules
  • 3. New Interface Approach
  • 4. Crashworthy Design
  • 5. Summary

*(preliminary version) – spoken word applies!

 

Gerhard M. SCHMIDT

– Senior Engineer –

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Sebastian HAUPT

– CAE Engineer Crashworthy Design –

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Siemens AG

(MO MLT EN-HSC CI SE ACD)

Krefeld / Germany

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http://www.railway-network.eu

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LUNCH BREAK NETWORKING TIME #8
LUNCH
Exhibition PASSIVE SAFETY
Networking Coffee
Networking Lounge

 

 

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PASSIVE SAFETY – Conference module D

(Thursday, 24 March 2017, post meridiem)

 

PRESENTATION (abstract) *

  • PASSIVE SAFETY: Peeling Technology, light, efficient, compact, reliable
  • 1. Principle of Peeling Technology work,
  • 2. Properties which allow wide range of application (with movie and diagrms)
  • 3. Examples of application for: tram, Metros, EMU´s, Locomotives, HS Trains
  • 4. Development directions:
  • a. weight reduction,

  • b. space reduction,

  • 5. New Tools to achieve above goals

*(preliminary version) – spoken word applies!

 

Diplom-Ing. Leszek WASILEWSKI

– Director Research & Development –

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Axtone S.A.

Kańczuga / Poland

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http://www.ifv-bahntechnik.de/nachrichten/axtone

>>> Download >>>  Download Firmenprofil (pdf)


PRESENTATION (abstract) *

  • PASSIVE SAFETY: The new front plate design is presented as well as simulation results showing the advantages compared to existing designs.
  • 1. Safety against overriding is not enough
  • 2. An anticlimber front plate combining vertical and lateral engagement
  • 3. Comparison of simulation results focussing on energy absorption and safety against derailment

*(preliminary version) – spoken word applies!

Dipl. Ing. ETH / SIA Simon LEUTENEGGER

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Leutenegger Engineering & Consulting

Winterthur / Switzerland

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COFFEE BREAK and NETWORKING TIME #9
Networking Coffee / Exhibition PASSIVE SAFETY

PRESENTATION (abstract) *

  • PASSIVE SAFETY: crashworthiness, crash module, testing, simulation, validation, crash absorber, tapering tubes
  • 1.         Introduction2.         Conditions and motivation for the crash concept3.         Crash concept of the NGT HST intermediate cars4.         Characteristics of the crash absorbers and results of the single testing

    (Structural integration potential for the crash absorbers)

    5.         Full-scale crash test on the demonstrator of the NGT HST intermediate

    car crash zone

    5.1.     Construction and manufacturing of the demonstrator

    5.2.     Simulative dreliminary design and determining the speed for the

    collision test

    5.3.     Testing procedure and test results

    5.4.     Comparison with the simulation model and model calibration

    6.         Conclusion and outlook

*(preliminary version) – spoken word applies!

 

Dipl.-Ing. Michael ZIMMERMANN

– Researcher –

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German Aerospace Center (DLR)

Institute of Vehicle Concepts

Stuttgart / Germany

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Co-Authors:

  • Dr. Jens KÖNIG – Team Leader Lightweight Design Concepts and Methodes Railway Vehicles – German Aerospace Center (DLR); Stuttgart / Germany
  • Dr.-Ing. Joachim WINTER – Project Leader Next Generation Train – German Aerospace Center (DLR); Stuttgart / Germany
  • Prof. Dr.-Ing. Horst E. FRIEDRICH – Head of the Institute of Vehicle Concepts – German Aerospace Center (DLR); Stuttgart / Germany

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>>> www.ifv-bahntechnik.de/nachrichten/dlr

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PRESENTATION (abstract) *

  • PASSIVE SAFETY: Crashworthiness Assessment; Finite Element Method; Seat
  • 1.Introduction
  • 2. Analysis Methodology
  • 2.1 Collision Scenario Conditions
  • 2.2 Occupant Injury Criteria
  • 2.3 Finite Element Models of Dummy-seat
  • 3. Results and Discuss
  • 3.1 Original Design
  • 3.2 Optimization design
  • 4.Conclusion

*(preliminary version) – spoken word applies!

Prof. Dr. Lele ZHANG

 


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Beijing Jiaotong University

Beijing / China

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Co-Authors:

  • {title} Liang WEI {organisation; department; location}
  • {title} Cunyi WANG {organisation; department; location}


PRESENTATION (abstract) *

  • PASSIVE SAFETY 2017, 2019 and beyond
  • future prospects
  • outlook and perspectives
  • Perspectives for prospective research projects

*(preliminary version) – spoken word applies!

Diplom-Volkswirt E. SCHULZ


Managing Director / CEO


Interdisziplinärer Forschungsverbund Bahntechnik e.V. (Railway Research Association)


sowie Certified Management Consultant (Level III, Leading-Consultant); Inst. f. Verbändeberatung – IFV Beratung u. Service GmbH


Berlin / Deutschland

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Pedro D. PORTELLA


Director


Bundesanstalt f. Materialforschung u. -prüfung (BAM)


Dept. Materials Engineering


Berlin / Deutschland

 


 

 

END OF THE SYMPOSIUM
Closing of the PASSIVE SAFETY 2017 EXHIBITION — Sponsoring Partner
Farewell Coffee // Final Networking #10
End of the Symposium – Departure time (approx. 16:45)

 

 

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