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Abstract Submission:
25th Feb 2020

Presentation Submission:
15th May 2020

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Welcome To WeldFab'20

“Welding” is an essential part of everyday life and the use of welding in today’s technology is extensive. A few important applications of welding are for automobiles and locomotives (automobile frames, brackets, engine, front and rear hoods, under frame etc), Bridges, building, pressure vessels and tanks, storage tanks, piping and pipelines, ships, trucks and trailers, machine tool frame, cutting tools and dies, earth moving equipment and cranes etc.

India is poised to become a major manufacturing hub because of the relatively low cost of production, hence, there is an imperative need for the manufacturers to maximize profits without compromising on quality and by lowering manufacturing time and costs by introducing high productivity welding processes, cost-effective designs and reliable quality control methods. Welding is a process of joining different materials and the major portion of materials that are welded are metals & their alloys. Welding metallurgy is an important field because the welded material changes their microstructure and properties due to heat cycle associated with welding. Qualified and competent welding engineers with multidisciplinary knowledge are essential for the success of welding industry. Also, newer materials ranging from variations of existing metallic materials to advanced materials, composites, nano-materials and others have started. Welding of these materials poses technological challenges in welding fabrication, leading to the development of superior welding processes and quality assurance criteria.

With the launch of the ‘Make in India’ initiative by the Government of India, to transform India into a global design and manufacturing hub, developments in welding & fabrication Industry is the need of the moment to make Indian products globally competitive. The WeldFab'20 conference will provide a dynamic forum for the attending professionals from industry, academia, research institutions and service providers to share, enhance and utilize the knowledge base in Welding, Fabrication and allied technologies to fill up the gaps and attend the problems faced by the Industry.

Tentative Technical Sessions

  • Advances in Welding, Fabrication & Cutting Techniques
  • Metallurgy of Welding
  • Characterization, Inspection & NDE of Welding
  • Challenges in Welding of Stainless Steel & High Alloys
  • Welding of Line Pipe Material
  • Welding of Pressure Vessels, Tanks, Boilers
  • Mechanical Behavior & Weld Integrity
  • Automatic & Robotic welding
  • Shipbuilding, Underwater Welding
  • Welder Training & Certification

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Topics & Agendas to be covered

The seminar will cover the latest developments and advances in Welding & Fabrication Technology related but not limited to:

Advances in Welding, Fabrication & Cutting Techniques
Welding Design, Analysis, Manufacturing and Fabrication Techniques & Processes; Advancement/Innovation/automation in existing technology; Welding Processes, Equipments & Technological Innovation; Arc Welding and Filler Metals; Recent developments in joining technology - welding, soldering, brazing and Diffusion Bonding; Mathematical modeling and simulations; Joining of polymer and ceramic materials, Micro joining and Nano joining; Thermal Cutting and Allied Processes, Laser Cutting & Welding Technology; Resistance welding, Solid State Welding and Allied Joining Processes

Metallurgy of Welding
Advances in Materials & Behaviour of Metals Subjected to Welding; Welding Metallurgy & Weldability Analysis; Importance of Welding Consumables and Procedures for Conventional and Emerging Materials; Importance of Accurate Welding Procurement; Field Heat Treatment: An Essential Variable in Welding; Physicochemical processes (thermodynamics, kinetics, microstructure, phase transformations, Corrosion); Special electrometallurgy processes; The Physics of Welding; Surfacing and Wear resistance applications

Characterization, Inspection & NDE of Welding
Using Advanced Equipment & Processes to Improve Quality, Productivity and Safety; Conventional vs Automatic Radiography, advanced NDT techniques; Inspection & Non-Destructive Examination: Cost vs. Value; Automation of welding processes, Robotics and related technologies; Computer Aided Welding Engineering; Process Monitoring, Sensors, Control; Welding Power Sources, Equipments; Cost & Economics of Welding, NDT, QA and Failure Analysis; Quality Management in Welding and Allied Processes; Power Beam Processes

Challenges in Welding of Stainless Steel & High Alloy Materials
Advanced welding electrodes and techniques; Metallurgical & welding aspects of various advanced metals; Appropriate PQR, WPS, New code requirements; Welder performance, difficulties and limitations at site welding; Importance of pre/ post heat treatment, controlled atmosphere

Welding of Line Pipe & Under Water Welding
Automatic, semi-automatic and manual welding; High strength API pipe grades, difficulties, and special precautions; Welding joints, welding of coated pipe

Mechanical Behavior & Weld Integrity
Strength, reliability and life of welded structures; Repair, Reclamation, Maintenance & Surfacing & Weld Overlay; Key Design aspects and performance factors; Mechanical and Corrosion Properties, Residual Stress and Distortion Control; Structural Performance of Weld Joints - Fracture Avoidance; Fatigue Behaviour of Welded Components and Structures; Assessment of Properties, Integrity of Weld Joints, Residual Life Estimation; Residual Stresses and Distortion; Non-Destructive Evaluation, Quality Assurance and Weld Related Failure Analysis

Welder Training & Certification
Welding Procedure Qualification, PQR, WPS, Welding Process Safety; Cost and Economics of Welding, Safety, Quality Assurance and Productivity in Welding.

Who should attend?

Professionals from

  • Welding & Fabrication engineers and practicing professionals
  • Metallurgist, Heat Treatment professionals, Material Characterization
  • Production managers, shop floor engineers & supervisors
  • Welding Equipment Suppliers, Electrode Manufacturing companies
  • Inspection and quality control organizations and personnel
  • Consumable and equipment manufacturers and dealers
  • Academicians, Scientists, Researchers
  • Faculty and Students from Engineering Colleges and
  • Engineering and Professional Technical Training Institutes
  • Inspection & NDT professionals, Failure Analyst
  • Professionals from Oil & Gas, Chemical & Petroleum Industry
  • Energy & Power Industry, Nuclear
  • Petrochemical, Fertilizer & Process Industries
  • Upstream & Drilling, Offshore Facilities, Pipeline
  • Aerospace, Automotive, Medical, Railways, Shipping, Defense, Information Technology
  • Maintenance & Construction Personnel.
  • R&D organizations

Invitation for Abstract Submission

Welding & Fabrication technologists, scientists and professionals from the Industries, Academia, Research Organization are invited for technical paper presentation in any one of the suggested theme topics. Abstracts will be evaluated based on relevance, uniqueness/originality, technical content, and clarity. Authors are requested to submit abstracts not exceeding 300-500 words as per the guidelines through email.
Email Id: technical@weldfab.co.in, contact@weldfab.co.in

To ensure wider participation, POSTER sessions will be held along with the oral presentations. Authors desirous of presenting their papers in the poster session may indicate their preference while submitting the abstract.

Guidelines for Abstract Submission

Title:                Times New Roman; 14 Font, Bold

Author:            Times New Roman; 12 Font, Bold

Affiliations:     Times New Roman; 11 Font, Bold, Italic

Abstract:         Times New Roman; 12 Font, 300 – 500 words

Keywords:       Times New Roman; 11 Font, Bold, Italic, 3-4 max.
                           Number of keywords

Delegate Registration

Kindly send your nomination/participation details to
technical@weldfab.co.in, contact@weldfab.co.in

+ 18% GST will be applicable incase of INR Fees.

Author delegate fee will be applicable only for the Primary Author. Co-authors will be charged Normal Delegate Fee. Travel & Accommodation needs to be arranged by the participants only.

Corporate discount
10% additional discount if 3 & above nos. of delegates participated from the same organization. (Not applicable for  Author/ Speaker/ Student/ Educational Institute/ Spouse Delegate)

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Venue: Hotel Holiday Inn, Mayur Vihar, New Delhi

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Hotels near Hotel Holiday Inn, Mayur Vihar, New Delhi

  • Hotel Crowne Plaza, Mayur Vihar
    Address:
    13 B, Mayur Place, District Centre
    Mayur Vihar, New Delhi, Delhi 110091
    Phone: 011 4110 2222
    Website: ihg.com
  • Fraser Suites
    Address:
    Plot No 4A, District Center
    Phase-1, Mayur Vihar, Mayur Place, New Delhi, Delhi 110091
    Phone: 011 4766 8888
    Website: delhi.frasershospitality.com
  • Savoy Suites
    Address:
    A-79A, Sector 16, Near Metro Station
    A Block, Sector 16, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301
    Phone: 0120 468 1000
    Website: savoysuitesindia.com
  • Radisson Blu
    Address:
    L2, Beside Centrestage Mall
    Sector 18, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301
    Phone: 0120 430 0000
    Website: radissonblu.com
  • Fortune Inn Grazia - Hotel in Noida
    Address:
    Plot 1A, Block I, Pocket I, Sector 27
    Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201301
    Phone: 0120 398 8444
    Website: fortunehotels.in
  • Park Plaza Noida
    Address:
    C Block, Sector 55, Block B
    Sector 55, Noida, Uttar Pradesh 201307
    Phone: 0120 467 8888
    Website: parkplaza.com

Address:
13A, Mayur Place, District Centre, Mayur Vihar, New Delhi, Delhi 110091

Phone: 011-4110 5555

Website: www.ihg.com

Hotel details:
A 5-minute walk from New Ashok Nagar metro station, this modest hotel is 5 km from Akshardham Temple and 10 km from Humayun's Tomb.

The airy, modern rooms feature minibars, free Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs, plus tea and coffee making facilities. Suites add separate living rooms. Kids age 19 and under stay at no extra charge with an adult. Room service is available.

Parking is free. There's an informal 24-hour brasserie overlooking an outdoor pool, and a stylish restaurant serving Asian cuisine. Other amenities include a cocktail bar and a gym. Kids age 12 and under dine at no extra cost.

 

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About Delhi

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