Use ICHP template for your full paper (DOC word format). The length of the paper is 4 to 8 pages.
April 30th, 2018 (extended)
Submission of abstract
May 15th, 2018
Notification of abstracts acceptance
June 18th, 2018
Submission of the full papers final version
Full papers will be published in the proceeding before the conference. Selected papers based on the recommendation of the conference committee will be published in the MM Science Journal, which is registered in the Scopus.
English, Czech, Slovak. Simultaneous translating service will be available for participants. Papers should be written in English.
The objective of the conference is to provide an opportunity to exchange high quality, recent information on development, design and research in the field of hydraulics and pneumatics. The conference aims to bring industrial engineers together with researchers in fluid power and present news from research and interesting industrial applications of the fluid power systems (FPS). The main topics of the conference are as follows:
Conference fee includes participation in the workshop, conference proceedings, welcome party and refreshments during the conference.
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17.00 - 19.00 Registration
18.00 - 19.00 Welcome drink
8.00 - 9.00 Registration
9.00 - 9.15 Opening of the 24th ICHP 2018 – Welcome address
9.15 - 10.15 Opening Session
Josef Nevrlý, Zdeněk Němec, Ivo Pazdera and Michal Nožka
Simulation of Drive for Electric-Hydraulic Excavator
Jiří Tůma, Jiří Šimek, Milada Kozubková, Miroslav Mahdal and Miroslav Pawlenka
Theoretical and Experimental Analysis of the Bearing Journal Motion due to Fluid Force Caused by the Oil Film
Takao Nishiumi and Takayoshi Ichiyanagi
Study on a Helmholtz Type Hydraulic Silencer with Variable Resonance Mechanism
10.15 - 10.45 Coffee break
10.45 - 12.00 Section II: Hydraulic Components
Patrik Bordovsky, Philip Amos Merkel, Hubertus Murrenhoff and Olivier Reinertz
Development of a Prototype Valve for a Hydro-mechanical Braking-torque Control used on Railway Disc Brakes
Ivan Baus, Robert Rahmfeld, Andreas Schumacher and Henrik Clemmensen Pedersen
Load Cycle Investigation of Axial Piston Units Integrated into a Forwarder Application
Jozef Micieta, Peter Chlebana, Michal Masny and Peter Krissak
Improvement of Production Quality Related to Leakage at Hydrostatic Control Based on 1D Digital Twin
Jakub Homolka and Karel Pardamec
Gear Pump with Outer Teeth for Low Speed Operation, using the Arrangement of Pressure Field Inside the Pump
12.00 - 13.00 Lunch
13.00 - 14.45 Section III: Modelling and Simulation
Milada Kozubkova, Marian Bojko, Jana Jablonská and Patrik Marcalík
Optimization Method for Designing Hydraulic Elements
Reza Mohammadi Asl and Heikki Handroos
Intelligent Parameter Identification of Hydraulic Systems Based on Salp Swarm Approach
Jaehong Cho and Jaehyeong Yoo
Development of Excavator HILS Simulator for Evaluating Leveling Motion
LNU-Fuzzy Network as a Mathematical Adaptive Model of a Hydraulic System
14.45 - 15.15 Coffee break15.15 - 16.30 Section IV: Mobile Hydraulics
Seiji Hijikata, Philipp Weishaar, Roland Leifeld and Katharina Schmitz
Experimental Evaluation of System Efficiency for a Hydraulic Hybrid Architecture of Excavators
Energy Balancing of Hydrostatic System for Zero Emission Excavator
Michal Jůza and Petr Heřmánek
Comparison of the Energy Consumption of the Hydraulic Control System of the Universal Finishing Machine UDS 114
16.30 - 16.35 Closing of the first day, information about the city tour and dinner
17.30 - 19.00 Guided sightseeing tour across Prague
19.00 - 22.00 Dinner
9.00 - 10.15 Section V: Hydraulic Systems, Mobile Hydraulics
The Modern Formulation of Hydraulic Fluids for the High Pressure Hydraulic Systems
Zdeněk Trojan, Václav Vondráček and Miroslav Malý
High Pressure Hydraulics in Diesel Engine Fuel System
Petr Noskievič and Martin Březina
Experimental Testing of Power Assisted Steering
Lukáš Beneš and Petr Heřmánek
Tensile Resistance of the Combine Harvester with Tracked Concept of Chassis
10.15 - 10.45 Coffee break10.45 - 11.45 Section VI: Hydraulic and Pneumatic Systems
Jagan Gorle, Ville Matti Heiskanen, Satu Nissi and Martin Majas
Effect of Temperature, Flow Rate and Contamination on Hydraulic Filtration
Tomáš Lazák, Eduard Stach and Matěj Sulitka
Machine Tool Vibration Reduction by Means of Hydrostatic Guideway
Jakub Homolka and Karel Pardamec
The use of Differential Gearing in Gear Pumps for to Reduce Pulsations in Hydraulic Systems
Lukáš Dvořák and Kamil Fojtášek
Measuring of Rotary Air Motors Characteristics
11.45 - 12.00 Closing of the ICHP 2018
The Charles bridge is the famoust historic bridge that crosses the Vltava river in Prague. Its construction started in 1357 under the auspices of King Charles IV, and finished in the beginning of the 15th century. The bridge is decorated by a continuous alley of 30 statues and statuaries, most of them Baroque-style, originally erected around 1700.
The Clementinum is a historic complex of buildings in Prague housing the National Library. Its history can be traced back to the 11th century and is closely related to monasticism - first a Dominican monastery was built there, later transformed into a Jesuit college - the third largest college in the world.
The Old town square is a historic square in the Old Town quarter of Prague. Featuring various architectural styles including the gothic Týn Church and baroque St. Nicholas Church, the square is an oasis for travelers wearied by Prague's narrow streets. Among many churches, tourists may find the Astronomical Clock on this square, while the tower at the Old Town Hall offers a panoramic view of Old Town shop.
The Astronomical clock is a medieval astronomical clock located at the Old Town square in Prague. The clock was first installed in 1410, making it the third-oldest astronomical clock in the world and the oldest one still working.
The Jewish quarter is a town quarter and the smallest cadastral area of Prague, formerly the Jewish ghetto of the town. Eventhough most of the quarter was demolished between 1893 and 1913, many historical buildings and monuments have been preserved: Franz Kafka's birthplace, High Synagogue, Pinkas Synagogue (16th century synagogue, now a memorial to Holocaust victims), Old Jewish Cemetery (15th-18th century cemetery. Europe's oldest surviving Jewish cemetery), Old New Synagogue (13th century Gothic synagogue).