The largest confluence of experts in the field of impulse-based metalworking, the 9th International Conference on High Speed Forming will be held in Dortmund on September 8th - 10th, 2020. Please join the conference as an author, an industry expert, a student or someone simply looking to explore this technology.
In addition to the presentation of new research results regarding high speed forming, the conference intention is to provide a forum for the exchange of experiences and the discussion between industrial operators and researchers on an international stage. The topics covered by the conference will reach from new developments in impulse forming to current industrial applications of these processes to future aims of high speed forming.
The conference will cover the following topics:
Forming and joining technology technologies driven by electromagnetic, electrohydraulic, explosive, hydro punch, vaporizing foil actuator, laser ablation and other novel mechanisms.
Tools and Equipment
Design guidelines and applications of tooling and pulsed power equipment design
Process efficiency, emission, and life cycle analysis
Materials and Measurement Techniques
Material characterization, high speed testing methods, and process monitoring
Modeling and Simulation
Finite and boundary element methods, physical modeling, and analytical techniques
High speed forming applications, Impulse welding and crimping as well as hybrid processes
The 9th International Conference on High Speed Forming (ICHSF 2020) is organized in cooperation of the Department of Materials Science and Engineering of the Ohio State University and the Institute of Forming Technology and Lightweight Components (IUL) of TU Dortmund University.
Prof. Matthias Kleiner initiated the Conference on High Speed Forming (ICHSF) in 2002. Since the first ICHSF, which was held in Dortmund, this biannual conference has become one of the major events for high speed forming technologies and its applications. Like its six predecessors, the ICHSF 2020 shall provide scientists, manufacturers, industrial operators as well as other interested persons an international forum for the exchange of experience and knowledge.
Prof. Matthias Kleiner
Institute of Forming Technology
and Lightweight Construction