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Friction Welding and FSW
Stephan Kallee Friction Stir Welding Survey by the European Welding Federation
The European Federation for Welding, Joining and Cutting (EWF) is a representative of the manufacturing community in Europe - along with its 31 European members, the National Welding Institutes – working in training and education in the field of welding technologies. It conducts a survey, in the framework of the FSW-Tech Erasmus+ project, which is targeted at industrial companies, associations and public bodies that work in the Friction Stir Welding field.
The project's main aim is to develop educational material and a guideline on the implementation of the curricula at European level for the following three professional profiles in Friction Stir Welding:
* FSW Operator
* FSW Specialist
* FSW Engineer
You could co-operate with the EWF by filling in the following survey (to assess the training needs in this field). The survey is very short and answerable in less than 3 minutes.
The link for the survey is as follows:
Ahmad Parsi Seminar Schweißen von Kupferwerkstoffen am 19. April 2018 in SLV Duisburg
Das CTL-Fortbildungsseminar „Schweißen von Kupferwerkstoffen am 19. April 2018“ in SLV- Duisburg informiert Sie über Schweißen von Kupferwerkstoffen, Forschungsergebnisse, Normen u. Regelwerke. Die Experten informieren Sie über sichere Schweißverfahren, Vorbeugen von Fehlern und fachliche Betreuungsmöglichkeiten.
Stephan Kallee † Adam Koppy
It is my sad duty to inform you about the fatal road traffic accident of Adam Koppy.
Adam was one of the leading designers of friction stir welding machines, linear friction welding machines and rotary friction welding machines in the USA.
He died after an unlicenced 15 year old driver passed a stop sign and collided with Adam's car, which slid into oncoming traffic.
An article is available on Wikipedia:
Stephan Kallee The Japanese classification society ClassNK released guidelines on the application of friction stir welding in shipbuilding
The Japanese classification society ClassNK has released guidelines on the application of friction stir welding to the construction of commercial maritime vessels.
The new ‘Guidelines on friction stir welding’ lay out clear requirements for the use of this advanced welding process for commercial shipbuilding. The new ClassNK ‘Guidelines on friction stir welding’ were created to be a unified reference for the approval of welding procedures for friction stir welding, including the use of friction stir welding on hull structural members. The guidelines not only make clear the numerous technical requirements that apply specifically to friction stir welding, but also conform to the ClassNK ‘Rules for the survey and construction of steel ships’, and so are expected to be a valuable tool for shipbuilders in the construction of newbuildings.