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MEASURING BY LIGHT

International Meeting on Optical Measurement Techniques and Industrial Applications




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Wednesday 20th November

08:30 - 09:30

Registration

09:30 - 09:40

Welcome Words


Rob van Es, Kris Peeraer

09:40 - 10:00

Opening


Dirk Smit (VP Exploration Technology, Shell)

10:00 - 10:40

Keynote 1


Applications and Potentials of Laser Vibrometry for Seismic Sensor Characterisation – Dhwajal Chavan (Shell -

The Netherlands)

10:40 - 11:20

Coffee break

11:20 - 12:00

Keynote 2


Novel Applications of Various Optical Techniques for Functional and Reliability Test in Microelectronics –

Ingrid De Wolf (imec, Belgium)

12:00 - 12:40

Keynote 3


Laser vibrometry in Asset Integrity Management – Stephan Heyns (University of Pretoria - South Africa)

12:40 - 13:40

Lunch

13:40 - 15:40

Session 1 – Condition Monitoring, Quality Control, Maintenance


Laser Vibrometer for SKF Condition Monitoring and Production Test Applications – Werner Palmetshofer (SKF - Austria)


Turbine Components Validation by using Laser Scanning Vibrometer – Angel Cano (ITP - Spain)


Noise and Vibration test using LDV and Microphones in Washing Machines Production Line with MUSA (Measurement Unit in S ound proof Area) – Gianluca Agostinelli (Loccioni Group - Italy)


Laser Doppler Vibrometer (LDV) on Moving Frame – Siamand Rahimi (Delft University of Technology -

The Netherlands)


In-site Defectoscopy of Granite Blocks with a Laser Vibrometer – Tomasz Podzorny (Lasertex Co Ltd - Poland)


The advantages of using laser vibrometer gas turbine blades fatigue testing - Alexander Stadnikov (CIAM - Central Institute of Aviation Engines - Russia)

13:40 - 15:40

Session 2 – Sensor and Actuator Development, Micro and Macro


Performance Diagnostics of Vacuum Encapsulated 2D MEMS Scanners by Laser Doppler Vibrometry –

Joachim Janes (Fraunhofer ISIT - Germany)


Characterisation and Optimisation of BiCMOS Embedded RF -MEMS Switch by use of Laser Doppler Vibrometer and White Light Interferometer –

Matthias Wietstruck (IHP Microelectronic GmbH - Germany)


Advanced MEMS Technologies for Tactile Sensing and Actuation – Massimo De Vittorio (IIT Lecce - Italy)


Identification of Geometric Parameters and Material Properties of MEMS Using SLDV – Marco Meinig (Fraunhofer ENAS -

Germany)


Automatic Characterisation of MEMS Inkjet Actuators – Frans Blom (Océ - The Netherlands)


Technologies and Application for Medical and Industrial Fields – Hideaki Kurata (Hitachi Ltd., Technology Strategy Office, R&D Group - Japan)

13:40 - 15:40

Session 3 – Modal Analysis


Experimental Model Validation Using Continuous Scanning LDV Measurement Methods –

Dario Di Maio (University of Bristol - UK)


Dynamically Scaled Aircraft Models Binding Composition Selection by Rigidity and Damping Properties Samples Researches –

Svetlana Smotrova (Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute- Russia)


Application of Modal Assurance Criteria (MAC), Coordinate Modal Assurance Criterion (COMAC), Enhanced COMAC and Scale-COMAC in a Composite Assembly using a Laser Scanning Vibrometer – Humberto Peredo Fuentes (TU Berlin - Germany)


Operational Modal Analysis of Nuclear Fuel Rods for the Next Generation of Nuclear Reactors –

Ben De Pauw & Steve Vanlanduit (Vrije Universiteit Brussel - Belgium)


Recent Research on Laser Doppler Vibrometry and its Applications at Università Politecnica Delle Marche –

Enrico Primo Tomasini (Università Politecnica delle Marche - Italy)

15:40 - 16:20

Coffee Break

16:20 - 17:00

Keynote 4


Advancements in LDV Technology: What Solutions can we Expect in the Future? - Christian Rembe (Polytec GmbH - Germany)

17:00 - 18:00

Panel Discussion


Opening: Gerald Schotman (Executive Vice President IRD)


Moderator: Rob van Es


Panel: Stephan Heyns, Heinrich Steger, Wim Walk, Hans den Boer, Steve Vanlanduit

18:00 -

Reception and Dinner






Thursday 21st November

09:00 - 09:40

Keynote 5


Structural Health and Usage Monitoring Using Scanning Laser Vibrometry –

Wieslaw Staszewski (AGH University of Science and Technology Krakow - Poland)

09:40 - 10:20

Keynote 6


Can Higher Vibrations Generate Lower Noise? A Test Case on Power Transformer – Michal Kozupa (ABB Poland)

10:20 - 10:50

Coffee break

10:50 - 13:00

Session 4 – State-Of-The-Art and Future Measurement Systems


Multichannel Laser-Fiber Vibrometry – Krzysztof Abramski (Wroclaw University of Technology - Poland)


Modelling Velocity Sensitivity for Future LDV Systems and Applications – Steve Rothberg (Loughborough University - UK)


Miniaturised Dual Laser Doppler Vibrometer (LDV) Integrated on a Silicon Photonic Platform: For Arterial Pulse Wave Velocity ( PWV) Measurement – Yanlu Li (Ghent University - Belgium)


Fast Non-Contact Quality-Assurance Of Precision-Mechanical Components – Benjamin Erler (Polytec GmbH - Germany)


In-Situ Determination of Bubble/Droplet/Particle Size and Velocity by Focused Beam Reflection Measurement –

Helmar van Santen (Shell - The Netherlands)


High Temperature Fibres at Elevated Temperature under Hydrogen Conditions – Arthur van Rooyen (Shell - The Netherlands)

10:50 - 13:00

Session 5 – Wave Propagation, Ultrasound, Structural Damage Detection


Imaging of Structural Damages Using Laser Vibrometry –

Lukasz Pieczonka (AGH University of Science and technology Krakow - Poland)


Laser Scanning Vibrometry: From Millimeter Scale in Material Science till Meter Scale in Building Acoustics –

Bert Roozen - Christ Glorieux (KU Leuven - Belgium)


Measuring and Imaging Scattered Seismic Surface Waves – Xander Campman (Shell - The Netherlands)


Using Laser Vibrometry to Understand and Exploit Vibrational Signals of Insects –

Jernej Polajnar & Valerio Mazzoni (Fondazione Edmund Mach - Italy)


Laser-Doppler Probing of Granular Materials Involved in Physical and Analogue Modelling –

Ludovic Bodet (Université Pierre et Marie Curie - France)


Guided Wave Travel Time Tomography – Tim van Zon (TNO - The Netherlands)

10:50 - 13:00

Session 6 – Civil Engineering/Lare Structures Applications


Rapid Ground Vibration Test of Complex-shaped Construction by Laser Scanning Vibrometer –

Andrey Smotrov (Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute- Russia)


Vibration Analysis of a Large Drill Test Rig – Steve Vanlanduit (Vrije Universiteit Brussel - Belgium)


Vibration Measurements on Support Structure of the Grevenmacher Bridge in Luxemburg – Séverine Colas (Oros - France)


Modal Analysis and Model Correlation of Telescope Antenna Components – Jochen Schell (Polytec GmbH - Germany)


LDV for assessment of arterial stiffness - Adriaan Campo (Universiteit Antwerpen)

10:50 - 13:00

Session 7 – Sensor and Actuator Development, Micro and Macro II


Shaker Table Verification for Prototype Fibre Optic Cables Used in Geophysical Sensing with a Laser Scanning Vibrometer –

Gijs Hemink (Shell - The Netherlands)


Development of a Displacement Sensor with Femtometer/rtHz Resolution –

Jo Van Den Brand (National Institute for Subatomic Physics - The Netherlands)


Vibrometry in the Field of MEMS - From Low Frequency to RF Applications – Steffen Michael (Institut für Mikroelektronik-und Mechatronik-Systeme GmbH - Germany)


Design of a MEMS Oscillator by Optical Feedback Using Laser Doppler Vibrometry (LDV) –

Lalit Kumar (Delft University of Technology - The Netherlands)


Laser Vibrometer-Aided Design of Ultrasonic Transducers –

Ambrozinski Lukasz (AGH University of Science and technology Krakow - Poland)


Development of Special Fiber Bragg Grating for High Temperature Applications and/or Embedding in Composite Construction

Lun-Kai Cheng (TNO - The Netherlands)

13:00 - 15:00

Lunch

10:50 - 17:00

Hands-On Training and Workshop


PSV-500-3D on Geophone – Eugen Biegler/Rob VanEs (Polytec GmbH - Germany)


PSV-500-3D on Pump in Operation – Jochen Schell (Polytec GmbH - Germany)


MSA-500 on MEMS Device – Christian Rembe, Heinrich Steger (Polytec GmbH - Germany)


RLV-500 + CLV-2534 on Smalle Piston Engine – Dennis Berft (Polytec GmbH - Germany)


RSV-150 Long Distance Vibrometer – Marco Fritzsche (Polytec GmbH - Germany)

13:00 - 17:00

Speed Matching


Chaco van der Sijp (Shell Gamechanger)

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