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Aleksandar Sedmak , Profesor at Material Science Department FME

Bilateral Meetings

Faculty of Mechanical EngineeringUniversity of Belgrade, perform basic, applied, development and scientific research to improve education and scientific research in the areas of production engineering and application computers, machinery (transport, construction and mining machinery), agricultural mechanical engineering, motor vehicles and trailers (transport, labor and special) effectiveness of mechanical systems, thermodynamics, thermal power, hydropower, railway engineering, shipbuilding, aviation, military mechanical engineering, weapons systems, and cosmic technology, process technology, automated management, plant design and factory plants, warehouses, transportation and process systems, industrial engineering, management, bioengineering, biomedical engineering, nanotechnology, food engineering, applied mechanics, applied fluid mechanics, theory of mechanisms and machines, general machine construction, combustion, applied theory of elasticity, feed materials, mechanical materials, tribology, welding, machine elements and design, applied mathematics, physics, electrical engineering, automatic processing data, labour and environment.

Organizing scientific conferences and seminars, cooperation with educational, scientific and other organizations at home and abroad.

Performing teaching educational and research activities aimed at improving science and collaboration with industry and other organizations to solve basic, applied scientific problems, studies, expertise and other professional and scientific.

Country: Serbia

Organization Type: Company

Email: asedmak@mas.bg.ac.rs

City: Belgrade ,Kraljice Marije 16 Google map

Offer

FACTORY WELDERS' PASSPORT

“ EUREKA project E! 2774 FACTORY WELDERS' PASSPORT has created an
online passport that enables skilled welders to move and work freely
throughout Europe.

• The Factory Welders' Passport is a harmonization of EWF (European Welders Federation) skills and training certificates that allows for the accreditation of welding related personnel, wherever they work in Europe.

• The Factory Welder's Passport also solves a problem that has cost the
welding industry millions of euro the investigative work to check whether a certificate issued by an accredited body in one country is the equivalent of another from a different country. Both the Norwegian National Institute of Technology, the major accredited body in this market and the Aker Group, the largest industrial group in Norway, have already implemented the system for their daily operations.

Cooperation Offered
  1. Outsourcing co-operation
  2. Technical co-operation
Cooperation Requested
  1. Technical co-operation
  2. License agreement
  3. Sales / Distribution
  4. Investment/Financing
Offer

Technology of manufacturing of T-joints using friction stir welding

The technology of manufacturing of T-joints is developed using friction stir welding, with the use of auxiliary clamping devices. This technology is realized through collaboration of the the Innovation Center of Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and the equipment and machine factory, GOŠA FOM. Joints were made in two ways: by welding two plates in a single tool pass, and by welding three plates with two tool passes. Workplates were made of AlMg3, clamping device was made of stainless steel, and tool was made of tool steel. Testing of welded joints (visual inspection of weld face and root, hardness distribution and micro-structure development) have shown that the necessary quality level was achieved for industrial application, along with minimal adaptation costs of the existing mills. In addition, the application of the finite element method enabled a simple analysis of influences of input parameters on time and space temperature distribution, which in turn enabled considerable savings in experimental research.

Cooperation Offered
  1. Outsourcing co-operation
  2. Technical co-operation
  3. Other
Cooperation Requested
  1. Outsourcing co-operation
  2. Technical co-operation
  3. Other