Seminars

By clicking on the menus below, you will find a collection of all of our previous seminars and information which represents the current history of E-LASS.

E-Lass meeting 2016 in Finspång

Presentations

Presentations from the E-LASS meeting in Finspång, Sweden (November 2016):

Matthew Dawson, Airborne Marine:

Effects of conditioning parameters and test environment on composite materials for marine applications.

Ragnar E. Hansen, Hansen Engineering and Consulting:

Composite hatch cover and tween deck development

Franz Evegren, SP:

IMO Correspondence Group Update

Thomas Royle, Wizz Consultancy:

Lightweight FRP cabin for a cruise vessel

Theo Dingeman, Delft University of Technology:

High performance liquid crystal thermosets for marine applications

Thomas Thon, CompoConsult:

Development of a self-extinguishing epoxy infused sandwich

Chris Moyle, sapa:

Aluminium panels in lightweight ships

Henrik Johansson, SAAB-Kockums:

Superstructures in FRP composites; naval experience

Henrik Nordhammar, STENA:

STENA Electric Ship

Magnus Eriksson, Echandia Marine:

Battery-powered Lightweight HSC

Vasileios Karatzas, Technical University of Denmark

The Compass Project

Paolo Vanzo, PROMAT:

Fire resistance behaviors of composite structure

Program:

E-LASS 8-9 November 2016

E-Lass meeting 2015 in Gorinchem

Presentations

We had a great meeting in Gorinchem, Netherlands, both the industry tour and the seminar day have received much positive feed-back. About 80 people participated in total.

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Attentive seminar audience

Presentations from the E-LASS meeting in Gorinchem (November 2015)

L. Morel, Damen Shipyard Group:

Bluenose project-Morel

Shipyards Antalya-Pas

M. Burman, KTH (Royal Institute of Technology):

Light weight marine vessels operating in brash Ice

A. Lönnö, CONVINCE:

Blast-resistance of three dimensional FRP-joints

J. Peeters, Fibercore:

Design, production & certification of FRP bridges, locks & gates

L. Morel, Damen Shipyard Group:

Large external adhesively bonded FRP ventilation ducts

P. Golyshev, DNVGL:

Thermo-mechanical analysis & CFD-FEA used in “Fire Resist”

E. Fitzpatrick, MJM Group:

Technology Strategy to Change the Service Offered on a Refit

F. Evegren, SP Fire Research:

IMO guidelines & regulations status

Benson & Prini, Newcastle University:

Enhanced Design of Search and Rescue Craft

Matthew Flynn, MC2 Composites Ltd:

MC2 Commercial Vessels presentation

D. Aslin, Prometus:

Potential Use of Integrated Intumescent Coating

Program:

E-LASS 24-25 November

We are getting used to having good meetings and we think the key to this is the combination of a friendly atmosphere and people genuinely interested to discuss and to share information. Next meeting will be held in 2016.

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Laurent and Tommy

ACA – Automation Centre Airborne – Industry tour

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Listening to Tord – as usual 🙂

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E-Lass meeting 2015 in Southampton

Presentations

Presentations from the E-Lass meeting (January 2015) in Southampton

Statement of the E-LÄSS network on the use of FRP in ships building – by Tommy Hertzberg, SP Fire Research

COMposite super-structures for large PASsenger Ships – by Grunde Jomaas, DTU, Technical University of Denmark

Ultra Light Weight (ULW) Resin Screeds and Deck Flooring Systems – by Derek Saville, Quaker

Old Facts became Myths in Arctic Inland Navigation Shipdesign (EU–Martec ULIVES project)

Solent Large Structures Centre Scoping Study – by Graham Harrison & Simon Gerrard, National Composites Centre (NCC)

Fire-Resist Marine application case  – by Pietro Di Modica, Newcastle University

An integrated approach to data-rich testing and modelling of composite structures and substructures(for maritime applications) – by O.T. Thomsen, Univerity of Southamton

The Marine Industry Today and Goal Based Rules – by Vince Jenkins, Lloyds Register Marine

Status of IMO correspondence group and European Regulations – by Franz Evegren, SP Fire Research

Regulatory Requirements & Certification of Composite Fire & Blast Protection Products for Offshore Applications – by Matthew Chalk, Solent Composite System

E-Lass meeting 2014 in Papenburg

Presentations

Presentations from the E-Lass meeting (March 2014) in Papenburg

Guidelines for the use of FRP in ships structures – by Johan Wikman, Swedish Transport Agency

Innovative materials and light weight structures in shipbuilding – research at FMTT – by Prof. Tadeusz Graczyk, West Pomeranian University of Technology, Szczecin

Fire risk assessment of composite hatch cover for Panamax bulk carrier – by Philippe Noury, DNV-GL

Innovation in composite twin hulled SWATH offshore vessels for wind farm service and military applications – by David Kendall, Optima Projects

Ultra lightweight (hull) arctic container vessels and EU traffic strategy – by Veikko Hintsanen, Laffcomp

Risks and regulations: an overview of composite use in maritime structure – by Tommy Hertzberg, SP Fire Research

E-Lass KickOff - 2013

Presentations

E-LASS Kick-off + E-LASS & MESA work shop at SP Technical Research Institute of Sweden in Borås 8-9 October 2013

Welcome to the Kick-Off meeting – Tommy SP

Horizon 2020, networking and material research – Ronald Vopel, European Commission

Tord Gustafsson – Blatraden

ThroughLife – Markus Lehne, Balance Technology Consulting

E-Läss Project Introduction ADAM4EVE – Dr. Lars Molter, Dr.-Ing. Frank Roland

Three years experience of carbon-fiber catamarans – Christian Hallberg, Styrsöbolaget

The ”light” road toward sustainable shipping, The ECO-Island Ferry Project

Tank Light Module, Proving excellence in Lightweight marine structures – Mats Hjortberg, Coriolis AB

Sweden’s innovation agency – VINNOVA

Smart specialization in the Baltic Sea region – Erik Bunis, Vinnova

Rules and Regulations – Class perspective – Fredrik Tholen, Lloyd’s Register EMEA

RoPax and Naval vessels composite experiences – Sven-Erik Hellbratt, ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems AB

OFFSHORE and LIGHTWEIGHT – Johan Edvardsson, C Marine AB

Naval Ship Code – Magnus Haara FMV

National regulation perspective and EU directive development – Gabor Szemler, Swedish Transport Agency

Stella Job MARPOS Gap Analysis – Dr.-Ing. Frank Roland

Lightweight Structures at Sea – Johan Gärdin Lightweight Structures at Sea

KOMPAS – KOMposit-overbygninger til større PASsagerskibe (Composite Super-structures for large passenger ships)

IMO and CG development – Gabor Szemler, Swedish Transport Agency

FIRE RESIST – Developing Novel Fire-Resistant High Performance Composites – Antti Paajanen, Tuula Hakkarainen, VTT

Existing Networks and their Role CMT Network and Joint Industry Projects in Germany – Dr.-Ing. Frank Roland

European Project Mosaic Genesis And Expectations – Carlo Cau, Cetena S.P.A EUROPEAN PROJECT MOSAIC, GENESIS AND EXPECTATIONS – Carlo Cau, Cetena S.P.A

Development of lightweight structures in BESST- Sven-Erik Hellbratt, ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems AB

Composite Patch Repair for Marine and Civil Engineering Infrastructure Applications

Damen – Composite experience of a shipyard

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