Klueber Webinar, November 15

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A Webinar was given by the SFI Partner Klueber Lubrication on November 15. There were more than 30 participants present in the auditorium at UiA: both MSc and PhD students and some engineers from other SFI partners. The lecture was interesting and very relevant: all the available time for questions and discussion was used. The agenda and timetable of the Webinar was as follows:

10:00 am Introduction Klüber, trainers. Mrs. Janke, 10 mins
10:10 am Fundamentals of Tribology and Lubricants, Mrs. Janke, 30 mins
10:40 am Bearings, design and requirements, Dr. Mayer, 30 mins
11:10 am Discussion, all, 20 mins
11:30 am End

The SFI administration would like to thank Klueber for their willingness to give this Webinar. Hopefully the Webinar sparked some thoughts and ideas for future projects.

Webinar about Klüber Lubrication and Tribology, Bearings

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Date: Tuesday, November 15
Place: Auditorium C3-072, Campus Grimstad
Video: Webex (anyone interested, contact: sfi@mechatronics.no for instructions on how to participate)

10:00 am Introduction Klüber, trainers. Mrs. Janke, 10 mins
10:10 am Fundamentals of Tribology and Lubricants, Mrs. Janke, 30 mins
10:40 am Bearings, design and requirements, Dr. Mayer, 30 mins
11:10 am Discussion, all, 20 mins
11:30 am End

SFI Webinars, February 2016

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Planned Webinars, February 2016:

February 1-3: Design, Modeling and Simulation of Mechatronic Systems (Part 1). See also: this link. Presenter: Michael Rygaard Hansen. Three full-day webinars.

February 15, 11:00-11:45. Webinar by Nicolas Peels, OsiSoft, UK. PI Data Archive and Asset Framework. Example including Condition Based Maintenance (CBM) for a Pump.

February 16-18: Design, Modeling and Simulation of Mechatronic Systems (Part 2). See also: this link. Presenter: Geir Hovland. Three full-day webinars.

February 19: Status presentation WP2.5: Real-Time Multiple DOF Motion Compensation using an Industrial Robot, Sensor Fusion and Conformal Geometric Algebra. Presenter Sondre Sanden Tørdal. 30 minutes webinar. See also: https://youtu.be/WDpFD1c37T4 (latest experiment in 3-DOF XYZ-compensation).

Send an email to sfi@mechatronics.no to receive the webinar links (using Lync / Skype For Business).