General Information

International Conference on Lightning & Static Electricity (ICOLSE 2017)

Date September 13-15,2017
Venue Winc Aichi, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

Registration desk

Date and Time Sept. 12, 2017 16:00-19:00
Sept. 13, 2017 08:00-18:00
Sept. 14, 2017 08:00-15:00
Sept. 15, 2017 08:00-12:00
Venue 5th floor of Winc Aichi

Social Program

Welcome Party

Date Sept. 13, 2017
Time 19:00-21:00
Venue Castle Plaza Hotel
https://www.castle.co.jp/plaza/en/access/index.html

Technical Tour

Date Sept. 14, 2017
Time 15:00-18:30
Tour 1 Toyota Commemorative Museum
http://www.tcmit.org/english/
Tour 2* National Composite Center, Nagoya University
http://ncc.engg.nagoya-u.ac.jp/
Tour 3* MRJ Final Assembly Hangar
Tour 2 and Tour 3 visit restricted area where visit by foreigner is considered a deemed export. Because of the export control regulatory constraints, participation is limited to the citizens of Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Luxemburg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, United Kingdom, and the United States of America. Participants from countries not listed here, we welcome you to join Tour 1. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Banquet

Date Sept. 14, 2017
Time 18:30-21:00
Venue The Westin, Nagoya Castle
http://www.castle.co.jp/wnc/en/access/index.html

Accompanying Program

Meg’s spouse tour is an excursion for accompanying persons. With Mrs. Meg Plumer, you will have lunch at nearby So-zan-sou restaurant and then visit the Tokugawa Art Museum, a place once a retirement villa for Mitsutomo, Lord of the wealthy Owari House of Tokugawa, the largest of three branches of the Tokugawa clan who ruled Japan peacefully for over 250 years (1603 to 1868) as Shogun. Owari-Tokugawa-ke used to live in Nagoya castle and now Tokugawa Art Museum displays their collections. Their collections include art, crafts, trousseau, sword, armor and the Genji Monogatari Emaki (Illustrated Tale of Genji). Adjacent to the museum is Tokugawa Garden which is a new Japanese garden built in the land once it was 44 Hectare (108 acres) Japanese garden and a part of the villa.

If you plan to participate in this tour, please e-mail us to icolse2017@gakkai-web.net.
The maximum capacity is about 10. We recommend you to contact us as soon as you completed your registration.

Date Sept. 13, 2017
Time 11:00-18:00
Schedule Meet Meg at the conference desk on the 5th floor of WINC AICHI conference center at 11:00 AM.
Arrive at Tokugawa Art Museum at 12:00 pm for light Lunch, visiting the museum, walking through the gardens and having tea until 5:00 pm.
Return to WINC AICHI conference center before 6pm.
Destination

Tokugawa Art Museum
http://www.tokugawa-art-museum.jp/english/
Tokugawa Garden
https://www.tokugawaen.aichi.jp/english/index.html
Have tea, and walk through Gardens. Look up/ read “The Tale of the Genji” (on display here).

Expense

Free event but participants pay transportation (Hop On, Hop Off Bus, Yen 500/day, cash only), Lunch (order from the menu) and entrance fee for “Tokugawa Art Museum” and “Tokugawa Garden” (Yen 1,550, cash only), and tea with Japanese cake (order from the menu). The museum shop and the restaurants take credit card.

Session Timetable

Time Table

 

Special Lecture

September 13th (Wed.) 9:10-9:50 Room A

Lightning and Aircraft: An Incomplete History of Research and Standardization

J. Anderson Plumer
Chief Engineer of Lightning Technologies, an NTS Company

Abstract:
The first organized studies of lightning strike mechanism and effects on aircraft in the United States occurred in 1933 and records of these activities by atmospheric physicists and electrical engineers involved in the studies show more of a curiosity about lightning strikes to aircraft then a concern about flight safety. This changed abruptly in 1940 when a Penn Central Airlines DC 2 experienced loss of control and catastrophic crash due to lightning striking the cockpit area. The accident prompted more formal studies into lightning effects and development methods to simulate and study lightning effects in high voltage laboratories that had heretofore been dedicated to electrical insulation testing of electric power transmission systems. The formal studies continued during the war years with emphasis on military aircraft survivability, and it was during this period that the science of electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) began. Radiated noise from ignition systems of reciprocating engines is the reason that the society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) became active in the aircraft EMC and later lightning standards development. Renewed interest in lightning interactions with civil aircraft led to formation of an aircraft lightning committee under the US National Aviation Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) – the forerunner of NASA. At least three more transport airplane crashes led to more research especially of lightning and static electricity effects on fuel systems. Airworthiness authorities followed with introduction of regulations and guidance material pertaining to protection of aircraft structures and fuel systems but these were often incomplete and did not recognize all of the potential lightning hazards. The large number of military airplane crashes due to lightning strikes prompted similar requirements to be developed for military aircraft. Widespread use of volatile jet fuels (JP-4, Jet B) was partly responsible for the large number of fuel tank fires and explosions. In 1968 the FAA and several other agencies began periodic conferences to bring researchers, aircraft designers and regulators together to share findings and research needs and that tradition continues here today at ICOLSE. In 1970 NASA announced the Space shuttle program and immediately convened a panel of specialists to define a standard lightning environment for the Shuttle and this became the forerunner of today’s standards for aircraft, which have been continuously updated by SAE and EUROCAE lightning committees through the present. The excellent safety record of today’s aircraft is largely because of these efforts.

September 15th (Fri.) 8:30-9:10 Room A

Introducing Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) Aeronautics and Weather-Eye Technology

Dr. Fumikazu ITOH
Vice President of JAXA / Director General of the Aeronautical Technology Directorate

Abstract:
JAXA’s Aeronautical Technology Directorate works to advance aeronautical science and technology and to help create a safe and prosperous society through research and development. Our mission is as follows: to enhance the competitiveness of the Japanese aviation industry; to lead innovation in the air transportation system; to increase the safety of the air transportation system; and to expand the use of aircraft for a secure society. To achieve these aims based on Japanese government policies and social needs, JAXA is conducting three research and development programs: the Environment-Conscious Aircraft Technology Program (ECAT), the Safety Technology for Aviation and Disaster Relief Program (STAR), and the Sky Frontier Program. The fundamental research underpins these programs. To achieve innovation strategically, JAXA created the “Next Generation Aeronautical Innovation Hub Center” in 2015. This is a framework to bring together “all-Japan” teams, resources, and ideas from both aviation and non-aviation sectors, including manufacturers, suppliers, airlines, research institutions, and academia. The first example of such a framework is the Weather-Eye consortium, aiming to reduce aircraft accidents caused by weather and to make the skies safer. Currently, the focus is on technologies for ice and snow, lightning, and volcanic ash. The details of the R&D activities will be introduced in the presentation.

Session Program

September 13th (Wed.)
9:50-10:50
Room A

1A1 : Lightning Direct Effects (1)

Chairs: Franck Flourens, Mark Bolsover
1A1-1
The Effect of Initiation Wires on Lightning Arcs using Spectral and High-Speed Imaging
Daniel Mitchard, David Clark, Daniel Carr, A. Manu Haddad (1031)
1A1-2
Equivalent resistances of carbon composite structures: simulations and measurements
Laurent Chemartin, Fabien Tholin, Clement Zaepfell, Philippe Lalande (1092)
1A1-3
Measurement and analysis of spark occurrence in fastener assembly structure
Yasunori Sato, Hiroyuki Tsubata, Takayuki Nishi (1124)
11:10-12:10
Room A

1A1 : Lightning Direct Effects (2)

Chairs: Mark Bolsover, Takeo Okamoto
1A1-4
Lightning direct effects degradation of composite material depending on paint thickness
Fabrice Tristant, Fabian Fustin (1068)
1A1-5
A numerical study of the pressure applied on CFRP panels during a lightning strike using a coupled electro-thermal-mechanical model
Christine Espinosa, Thomas Montel, Jose Francisco Montes Pons, Frederic Lachaud, Floriane Soulas (1029)
1A1-6
Quantification of the mechanical impact of lightning strike protection explosion confined by thick paint
Audrey Bigand, Yohann Duval (1070)
13:30-15:10
Room A

2A1 : JAXA organized session “Lightning damage on Composite and Metal Materials” (1)

Chairs: Yoshiyasu Hirano, Takao Okada
2A1-1
Tunable electrical conductivity of polyaniline-based CFRP for lightning and static electricity protection
Vipin Kumar, Santwana Pati, Siwat Manomaisantiphap, Teruya Goto, Tatsuhiro Takahashi, Tomohiro Yokozeki (1040)
2A1-2
Development of CFRP with improved lightning damage resistance
Tomohiro Yokozeki, Takao Okada, Vipin Kumar, Teruya Goto, Tatsuhiro Takahashi, Danna Qian, Shouji Itou, Yuichi Ishida, Yoshiyasu Hirano, Kosaburo Akiba (1048)
2A1-3
Lightning Damage Evaluation of Composite Laminates using Direct Measurements
Akira Kuraishi, Yuji Ikeda, Hiroshi Mamizu, Keisuke Saito, Yoshiyasu Hirano, Yutaka Iwahori (1060)
2A1-4
Experimental and Analytical Studies on Damage Behavior of CFRP Laminates Exposed to Simulated Lightning Current Considering Pyrolysis Reaction
Shintaro Kamiyama, Yoshiyasu Hirano, Toshio Ogasawara (1086)
15:30-18:00
Room A

2A1 : JAXA organized session “Lightning damage on Composite and Metal Materials” (2)

Chairs: Yoshiyasu Hirano, Takao Okada
2A1-5
Change of through-thickness electric conductivity of toughened carbon-fibre-reinforced polymer laminates
Akira Todoroki, Takuya Yamane, Yoshiyasu Hirano (1045)
2A1-6
Analytical solutions for eddy current distribution in carbon fiber reinforced plastic laminates
Koichi Mizukami, Akira Todoroki, Yoshiyasu Hirano (1059)
2A1-7
Application of visualization technique to lightning current test on composite materials
Yoshiyasu Hirano, Takeo Sonehara, Nobuyuki Tokuoka, Yuichiro Hamate (1091)
9:50-10:50
Room B

1B1 : Lightning, Physical Effects, Observation and Atmospheric Phenomenology (1)

Chairs: Michael Kaste, Toru Miki
1B1-1
FDTD Modeling of LEMP Propagation in the Earth-Ionosphere Waveguide
Thang Huu Tran, Yoshihiro Baba, Vijaya B. Somu, Vladimir A. Rakov (1010)
1B1-2
Model Study on Impact of Updraft to Neutralized Charge Rate by Lightning Activity in Thunderstorm
Fei Wang, Yijun Zhang, Dong Zheng (1115)
1B1-3
Temporal evolution of a contact resistance subject to lightning wave current: modelling and parametric studies
Jean-Baptiste Layly, Fabien Tholin (1052)
11:10-12:10
Room B

1B1 : Lightning, Physical Effects, Observation and Atmospheric Phenomenology (2)

Chairs: Michael Kaste, Jonathan Picard
1B1-4
Development and Observation of the Phased Array Weather Radar at X band
Tomoo Ushio, Hiroshi Kikuchi, Tomoaki Mega, Eiichi Yoshikawa (2000)
1B1-5
In-flight measurement of high-energy lightning-related atmospheric phenomena
Pavlo Kochkin, A.P.J. (Lex) van Deursen, Alte I. de Boer, Michiel Bardet, Cedric Allasia, J.-F. Boissin, Nikolai Ostgaard (1065)
1B1-6
Methodology for Monitoring Lightning Stroke of an Object by Means of a Smart Sensoric
Jan Mikes, Ondrej Hanus, Jakub Kakona (1122)
13:30-15:10
Room B

2B1 : Fuel Tanks and Fuel Systems (1)

Chairs: Yulia Kostogorova-Beller, Sonja Zeigler
2B1-1
LIGHTNING RESEARCH AT NIAR: INVESTIGATION ON UTILIZATION OF A SECONDARY SENSOR FOR IDENTIFICATION OF IGNITION SOURCES
Yulia Kostogorova-Beller, Michelle Cronkleton, Kevin Cheng, Matthew Wills, Brock Milford, Alyssa Friend, Billy Martin (1047)
2B1-2
Lightning response of a Falcon 7X Wing Fuel Tank: test results and validation of simulation model
FABIAN FUSTIN, FABRICE TRISTANT, FABIEN TERRADE, MATHIEU LATORRE, ESTELLE PIERRE (1056)
2B1-3
Development of Lightning Test System for Full Threat Lightning Test of Full Scale Main Wing of MRJ
Akio Ikeda, Atsuhiro Iyomasa, Tatsufumi Aoi, Nobuyuki Kamihara, Kengo Yamaguchi, Tooru Hashigami (1061)
15:30-18:00
Room B

2B1 : Fuel Tanks and Fuel Systems (2)

Chairs: Sonja Zeigler, Yulia Kostogorova-Beller
2B1-4
In-situ Dynamic Pressure and Voltage Measurement within Fastener Assemblies during Direct Lightning Attachment Tests
Andreas Liebscher, Hasim Mulazimoglu, Wudhidham Prachumsri (1081)
2B1-5
Characterisation of current paths in fastened CFRP laminates
Simon Evans, Matthew Jenkins, Matthew Cole, Andrew Fay, Franck Flourens, Christopher Stone, Daniel Carr, Abderrahmane Manu Haddad (1089)
2B1-6
Lightning Research at NIAR: Development of Fuel Tank Lightning Protection Design Handbook: Program Progress on Phases 1 and 2
Yulia Kostogorova-Beller, Michelle Cronkleton, Kevin Cheng, Jacob Vogel, Alyssa Friend, Billy Martin (1046)
2B1-7
Advanced Composites Isolators for Aircraft Fuel Tank Protection
Fred Ching (1129)
2B1-8
An improved voltage spark source designed for aircraft fuel system lightning test
Yongjie Yao, Xiu Xiong, Xiaoyu Fan (1038)
2B1-9
The Research on Lightning Strike Stimulation for Composite Fuel Tank of Large Aircraft
Ting HU, Hong Lan WU, Yan XU (1027)
9:50-10:50
Room C

1C1 : Electrostatics

Chairs: Christopher Maholm, Hiroyuki Tsubata
1C1-1
Research of the Spacecraft Electrostatic Discharge
Xiao-ning Chen, Chu Lin, Chao-chao Gu (1006)
1C1-2
Properties of Electrostatic Discharge from a Charged Glass Body Moving to the Ground Plate
Kenta Tagami, Shinya Ohtsuka, Kenichi Kawabe (1116)
1C1-3
3MHz to 30MHz Band Pass Filter utilizing Gas Discharge Tubes and Varistors for Suppressing High Transient Current and Voltage Impulses
Chien-Fu - Shih, Liann-Be - Chang, Tung-Wuu - Huang, Der-Hwa - Yeh (1126)
11:10-12:10
Room C

2C1 : Lightning Damage Repair and Maintenance

Chairs: Jun Sugita, Hiroshi Kobayashi
2C1-1
The application of thermal spray coating technology for lightning strike protection of composite aircraft structures
Melissa Alessandra Riley, Andrzej Konrad Tabecki, David Harvey, Paul Burling (1066)
2C1-2
Evaluation for lightning damage to 2024-T3 Aluminum alloy and friction stir welded Aluminum alloy
Takao Okada, Hiromitsu Miyaki, Yoshiyasu Hirano, Kazuo Iwasaki (1087)
2C1-3
Influences of Lightning Strike on Electrical Insulation and Absorption Properties of Radio Wave Absorbers for the GHz Frequency Band
Shinya Ohtsuka, Kenta Tagami, Yasuyuki Okura, Takashi Tabata, Kenji Kubo, Eiichi Satou (1119)
13:30-15:10
Room C

3C1 : Wind Turbines, Photovoltaic Systems and Other Electric Power Systems (1)

Chairs: Søren Find Madsen, Yoh Yasuda
3C1-1
Necessary investigations for clarification of exact causes on wind turbine blade damages
Shigeru Yokoyama, Kazuo Yamamoto (1109)
3C1-2
Polarity Influence on Lightning Attachment Behavior for Wind Turbine Generator
Mi Zhou, Jianguo Wang, Yu Wang, Yongyin Lu, Yadong Fan (1083)
3C1-3
Lightning Protection for Large-Scale Offshore Wind Power Plant using Independent Lightning Tower - Impulse Test simulating Moving Thundercloud -
Toshiaki Fujii, Takeshi Kudoh, Yasuhiko Shimizu, Yoshito Abe, Kazushi Ohtsuki, Yoh Yasuda (1096)
3C1-4
Observation of the electric field in the vicinity of wind power generation plant
Kazuki Oobayashi, Yasuhiro Miyama (1097)
15:30-18:00
Room C

4C1 : Automobile, Train, and Other Vehicles

Chairs: Hideki Arai, Akihiko Nojima
4C1-1
Current Distribution on a Monocoque Construction Vehicle and Lighting Protection Methodologies
Shoya Niwa, Kazuo Yamamoto, Yuta Naito, Hiroki Itozakura, Yuki Morita, Akihiko Nojima (1001)
4C1-2
Current Distribution on a Frame Structure Vehicle and Lighting Protection Methodologies
Takeshi Nishiyama, Kazuo Yamamoto, Yuta Naito, Hiroki Itozakura, Yuki Morita, Akihiro Nojima (1002)
4C1-3
Consideration about Lightning Protection for Foundation of Steel Pipe Mast in DC traction electrification system
Masahiko Kato, Hideo Igarashi, Yuichi Morita (1007)
4C1-4
Consideration on Measures to Decrease Induction Voltage along Trolley Wires
Kazushi Takahashi, Shingo Abe (1016)
4C1-5
An Experimental Research on Surge Impedance Reduction of Grounding Wire for an Arrester in Traction Substations
Hiroki Tanaka, Hideki Imamura, Keiji Kawahara, Hiroyuki Murakami, Naoto Nagaoka (1021)
4C1-6
Shunt Current Measurement Testing for Electric Vehicles and Its Verification
Yuta Naito, Shunichi Yanagawa, Kazuo Yamamoto, Kenji Katayama (1023)
4C1-7
Influence of induced voltage on High Toughness Reinforcement as seismic countermeasure
Kyoko Ikura (1074)
September 14th (Thu.)
9:10-10:30
Room A

1A2 : Lightning Direct Effects (3)

Chairs: Audrey Bigand, Fabrice Tristant
1A2-7
Study on the Electrical-Thermal Coupled Effect and Simulation Method of Lightning Strike on CFRP
Mingxin Du, Xiu Xiong, Xiaoyu Fang (1039)
1A2-8
An analysis of lightning direct effects on CFRP panels. Part I, the experimental and material point of view
Cedric Huchette, Johann Rannou, Jean-Michel Roche, Patrick Lapeyronnie, Pierre Beauchene, Laurent Chemartin (1106)
1A2-9
An analysis of ligthning direct effects on CFRP panels. Part II, the electro-thermo-mechanical simulation strategy
Johann Rannou, Cedric Huchette, Antoine Hurmane, Fabien Tholin (1107)
10:50-12:10
Room A

1A2 : Lightning Direct Effects (4)

Chairs: Fabrice Tristant, Takeo Okamoto
1A2-10
Experimental analysis of lightning arc root behaviour applied to different lightning strike protection configurations
Rafael Sousa Martins, Laurent Chemartin, Clement Zaepffel, Philippe Lalande (1131)
1A2-11
Research of lightning current damage mechanism base on lightning protection metal mesh
Jiadong Zhou, Xiu Xiong, Xiaoyu Fan (1037)
1A2-12
Thermal-Mechanical Modelling of the Effects of a Lightning Strike on a Solid Copper Foil Protected Composite Panel with Temperature Dependent Material Properties
Christine Espinosa, Hemant Bhoosnurmath, Alejandro Carcel Lopez, Frederic Lachaud (1093)
1A2-13
Lightning strike protection of carbon composite skin. Kinetic and signature of the damage
Richard Murillo, F. Flourens, V. Garcia, Y. Duval, F. Cavaliere (1095)
9:10-10:30
Room B

3B2 : Numerical Modelling and Analysis (1)

Chairs: Yoshihiro Baba, Cody Weber
3B2-1
FDTD Simulation of Lightning Currents and Electric Field in a CFRP Panel with Triangular Prism Cells
Teruo Umeda, Yoshihiro Baba, Hiroyuki Tsubata, Takayuki Nishi, Yasunori Sato (1017)
3B2-2
Towards a computational model of glow corona discharge in conditions relevant to aeronautical structures
Alexandra Christophe, Carmen Guerra-Garcia, Ngoc Cuong Nguyen, Jaime Peraire, Manuel Martinez-Sanchez (1018)
3B2-3
Shock Physics CTH Simulation of Pressure, Temperature, and Combustion within an Aerospace CFRP Fastener Assembly due to Direct Lightning Attachment
Trenton Kirchdoerfer, Andreas Liebscher, Michael Ortiz (1073)
3B2-4
SIMULATION OF THE LIGHTNING ARC ROOT INTERACTION WITH ANISOTROPIC MATERIALS
Fabien THOLIN (1079)
10:50-12:10
Room B

3B2 : Numerical Modelling and Analysis (2)

Chairs: Simeon J Earl, Yoshihiro Baba
3B2-5
FDTD SIMULATION OF LIGHTNING CURRENT IN AN ANISOTROPIC MATERIAL
Hiroyuki Tsubata, Takayuki Nishi, Yasunori Sato, Yoshihiro Baba, Teruo Umeda (1057)
3B2-6
Fastener Resistive Circuit Model and Statistical Analysis
Paul Monferran, Christophe Guiffaut, Alain Reineix, Fabian Fustin, Fabrice Trsitant (1051)
3B2-7
Modeling Complex Wire Harnesses in Lightning Indirect Effects Simulations and using the Actual Transient Level Results for Aircraft Compliance Verification
Cody Weber, Jennifer Kitaygorsky, Gregory Rigden (1085)
9:10-10:30
Room C

5C2 : Lightning Standards and Safety (1)

Chairs: Hasim Mulazimoglu, Takayuki Nishi
5C2-1
Positive Polarity Edge Flashover Prevention in During High Voltage Attachment Testing
Justin P McKennon, George K Tian (1028)
5C2-2
Understanding of aluminium skins' weld pool phenomena during the continuing phase component
Mathieu Latorre, Christophe Simond, Christophe Migeon, Fabrice Tristant, Maxime Roussel, Frederic Lago (1030)
5C2-3
Collaborative Lightning Research at NIAR: Electromagnetic Simulation of Aircraft Wing for Public Guidance Material
Yulia Kostogorova-Beller, Cody Weber, Eric Miller, Tim McDonald, Michelle Cronkleton, Kevin Cheng, Jacob Vogel, Billy Martin (1049)
10:50-12:10
Room C

5C2 : Lightning Standards and Safety (2)

Chairs: Hasim Mulazimoglu, Justin McKennon
5C2-4
Effect of lightning test conditions on damage resulting from a D-waveform on a composite laminate
Yohann DUVAL, Audrey BIGAND (1071)
5C2-5
Issues on light emission detection of 200uJ voltage spark by digital cameras for the aircraft lightning strike test
Shoichi Kamoda, Ryota Abe, Tomoya Shiraishi, Shinya Ohtsuka, Yasunori Satou, Takayuki Nishi (1120)
September 15th (Fri.)
9:10-10:30
Room A

3A3 : Lightning Protection of Materials, Devices and Systems (1)

Chairs: Christian Karch, Ivan Revel
3A3-1
Modelling of a Segmented Lightning Diverter Strip
Simeon J Earl, Christopher C. R. Jones (1032)
3A3-2
Finite Element Thermal Moisture Modeling of Paint Durability for Composite Aircraft Structures with Expanded Metal Foil Lightning Protection System
Benjamin E Koltenbah, Mary S Ayyadurai, Quynhgiao N Le (1022)
3A3-3
CURRENT DENSITY DISTRIBUTION IN CARBON FIBER COMPOSITES FOLLOWING LIGHTNING STRIKES IN AIRCRAFT
Jose PISSOLATO, DAVE THOMAS, Christos Christopoulos, Renan Callegari, Sidney Osses Nunes (1064)
10:50-12:10
Room A

3A3 : Lightning Protection of Materials, Devices and Systems (2)

Chairs: Quynhgiao Le, Christian Karch
3A3-4
Lightning protection of CFRP wind turbine blades - What is the dominant cause of failure: Specific Energy or Charge?
Timothy M Harrell, Ole Thybo Thomsen, Janice M Dulieu-Barton, Soeren F Madsen, Lisa Carloni (1104)
3A3-5
Graphene Oxide - Epoxy Resin Nanocomposites: A Potential Candidate for Improving Lightning Protection Systems of Wind Turbine CFRP Sparcaps
O. Vryonis, S. F. Madsen, T. Andritsch, A. S. Vaughan, P. L. Lewin (1112)
3A3-6
Understanding of reattachment phenomenon
Ivan Revel, Audrey Bigand, Vincent Hascoet (1072)
13:30-15:00
Room A

3A3 : Lightning Protection of Materials, Devices and Systems (3)

Chairs: Ivan Revel, Quynhgiao Le
3A3-7
FDTD analysis for design of lightning protection system using the high-insulation ground cable
Yuichi Takahashi, Kaname Yonezawa, Sho Motiduki, Teruo Idogawa (1100)
3A3-8
Modelling and Simulation of Lightning-Induced Damage of CFRP Structures
Christian Karch, Albertino Arteiro, Yohann Duval, Johannes Wolfrum (1053)
3A3-9
Transient Characteristics of Square Loop Grounding Electrodes
Peerawut Yutthagowith, Siriwat Potivejkul (1075)
3A3-10
Design of Counterpoise Grounding Electrodes for Transmission Systems in Thailand
Peerawut Yutthagowith, Worrakan Limcharoen (1076)
9:10-10:30
Room B

4B3 : Lightning Zoning

Chairs: Jennifer Kitaygorsky, Priscilla Campici
4B3-1
Influence of net charge on the probability of lightning initiation from aircraft
Carmen Guerra-Garcia, Ngoc Cuong Nguyen, Jaime Peraire, Manuel Martinez-Sanchez (1019)
4B3-2
Efficient Assessment of Aircraft Initial Lightning Attachment Zones based on Electrostatic Simulations
Marco Kunze (1101)
10:50-12:10
Room B

5B3 : Lightning Induced Effects (1)

Chairs: John Anderson Plumer, Hideo Yamakoshi
5B3-1
Threat Prediction Guidelines for DO-160 Lightning Transients Coupled through Shielded Aircraft Wiring
Joshua Bakk (1014)
5B3-2
Test and Simulation on the Lightning Indirect Effects of Helicopter
Fei Guo, Li-yang Huang, Cheng Gao (1026)
5B3-3
Diagnostic Technique for Measuring Contact Resistivity at Fastener-Structure Interfaces under Static and Flight Load Conditions
Andreas Liebscher, Hasim Mulazimoglu, Jean-Patrick Moreau, Wudhidham Prachumsri (1080)
5B3-4
Breakdown of the Power Cable connected to Aviation Lights on an Airport Runway Caused by Lightning
Tsubasa Kai, Kazuo Yamamoto, Shinichi Sumi (1099)
13:30-15:00
Room B

5B3 : Lightning Induced Effects (2)

Chairs: Joshua Bakk, Mark Bolsover
5B3-5
Lightning Functional Upset Testing of Complex Systems by Simultaneous Injection of Induced Transients into Multiple Cables
John Anderson "Andy" Plumer (1102)
5B3-6
Lightning Protection Full Vehicle Test for Mitsubishi Regional Jet
Yuki Yano, Nobuyuki Kamihara, Yoichiro Tsumura, Kazuki Yamawaki, Toshihiko Nishimori, Tatsufumi Aoi, Hideo Yamakoshi, Toru Hashigami (1111)
5B3-7
Current-to-luminosity triggered lighting transfer function
Felipe L Carvalho, Zoey Klueh, Martin A Uman, Douglas Jordan, Robert C Moore, Terry Ngin, John Pilkey, Daniel Kotovsky, Robert Wilkes, William Gamerota (1128)
5B3-8
Estimating Aircraft Lightning Strike Probabilities for Geographic Location and Operational Behaviour
Peter Norman Thomas (1024)
9:10-10:30
Room C

3C3 : Wind Turbines, Photovoltaic Systems and Other Electric Power Systems (2)

Chairs: Yoh Yasuda, Kazuo Yamamoto
3C3-5
A verification of lightning protection design for Hitachi wind turbine system
Yuta Ito, Kiyoshi Sakamoto, Mamoru Kimura, Takashi Shiraishi (1011)
3C3-6
Development of a Counter for Lightning Current through a Wind Turbine Tower
Keisuke Shibata, Kazuo Yamamoto, Shinichi Sumi (1004)
3C3-7
Experimental Study of Grounding Characteristic of a Wind Turbine Foundation Right after its Construction
Naoki Oguma, Naoyoshi Tsutsui, Yasuaki Kasai, Kazuo Yamamoto (1042)
3C3-8
Experimental Study on the Penetration Damage of Wind Turbine Blades due to Lightning Strikes by using Long Air Gap Discharges
Tianyu He, Hengxin He, Weidong Shi, Zhaohua Zhang, Yu Yin, Weijiang Chen (1054)
10:50-12:10
Room C

3C3 : Wind Turbines, Photovoltaic Systems and Other Electric Power Systems (3)

Chairs: Kazuo Yamamoto, Søren Find Madsen
3C3-9
Rogowski coil for impulse current measurement in residual voltage test of lightning arresters
Atit Laowhawatanaseree, Anantawat Kunakorn, Peerawut Yutthagowith, Monthon Leelajindakrairerk (1034)
3C3-10
Integrated Heating Control and Lightning Protection of Carbon Fiber / Metal Compound
Michael Kaste, Walter Kiersch (1069)
3C3-11
Detection of lightning damage on wind turbine blade skin by measurement of transient acceleration change
Shuhei Fujimoto, Kenji Yamane, Michio Shimada, Akio Sakurai, Sadao Akahoshi (1110)
3C3-12
Reducing the electrical anisotropy in unidirectional CFRP materials for wind turbine blade applications
Evangelos Senis, Orestis Vryonis, Igor Golosnoy, Janice Dulieu-Barton, Ole Thybo Thomsen, Soren Find Madsen (1113)
13:30-15:10
Room C

4C3 : Winter Lightning

Chairs: Shigeru Yokoyama, Mikihisa SAITO
4C3-1
A comparative study on intermittent propagation mode of positive and negative leaders
Daohong Wang, Yasuhumi Hisai, Haitao Huang, Ting Wu, Nobuyuki Takagi (1103)
4C3-2
Relationship between aerological data and characteristics of upward lightning hitting wind turbines in winter
Mikihisa SAITO, Masaru ISHII (1058)
4C3-3
Winter Lightning Strikes to Aircraft around Komatsu Airport, Japan Sea Coastal Area
Koichiro Michimoto (1077)
4C3-4
Correlations of current parameters with flash density from winter thunderstorms in Japan
Stephan Vogel, Masaru Ishii, Mikihisa Saito, Akiko Sugita, Daisuke Natsuno (1132)
4C3-5
Observation of multi-grounded lightning flash using high-speed video cameras
Megumu Miki, Toru Miki, Mikihisa Saito, Masahito Shimizu, Koudai Nagata, Fukumune Suzuki, Takeshi Morimoto (1063)

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  • Conference Venue:Winc Aichi
  • Address:4-4-38Meiseki, Nakamura-ku, Nagoya, Aichi, Japan

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