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Economic Conference (JEC Asia 2010) Proceedings

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By : JEC Composites

Date : 2010

Location : Singapore / Singapore

PDF 208p
Description :

Proceedings from the Economic Conference (JEC Asia 2010) focusing on the composite industry on Asia Pacific markets.

Keywords :

Composites, Asia Pacific Market, China, India, Japan, Malaysia, Vietnam, Natural fibers, R&D research, industrialization, Sustainability, recycling

Keywords inside documents :

composites ,composite ,bamboo ,natural ,recycling ,fibre ,polymer ,vietnam ,centre ,fibers ,fiber ,materials ,iinadia ,tienxd ,techtteecxh ,industry ,preform ,carbon ,development ,treated

Associated industries : Composite materials - Asia - Automotive & Parts - Construction -

 

 

Proceedings from the Economic Conference (JEC Asia 2010) focusing on Asia Pacific markets.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Composite industry:  the present situation and the development trends

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

$200 billion investment opportunity in the Indian power sector

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Composite industry: requirement factors for sustainability and composites roles

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Utilization of the sustainable natural fibres resources for fibre reinforced plastic composite in automotive and construction industries

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bamboo fibers - their characterization and application in polymer composites in Vietnam

 

 

 

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Speakers:

 

 

- Frédéric Reux, Editor-in-chief,
  JEC Composites Magazine

 

 

 

- CHINA COMPOSITES INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION
  Md. Lu Qin, Secretary General
  Mr. Yang Zuo, Deputy Director

 

- EASTERNS POWERS AND SYSTEMS PVT LTD

  Krishna Sankar, Managing Director

 

- JRPS

 Kanemasa Nomaguchi, Board Member, International Exchanging Committee

 

- MALAYSIAN TIMBER INDUSTRY BOARD
  Dr. Jalaluddin Harun, Director General of Malaysian Timber Industry Board (MTIB)

 

- HANOI UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY - POLYMER CENTRE

  Bui Chuong, Tran Vinh Dieu, Ta Phuong Hoa and Nguyen Huy Tung


CHINA

 

1. Composite industry: the present situation and the development trends

China Composites Industry Association
Md. Lu Qin, Secretary General
Mr. Yang Zuo, Deputy Director

  • Overview in 2009
  • Processes and technology level
  • Chinese medium-term development outlook (next five years)
  • Market, application and development trends
  • Sustainable development on recycle technologies and research

 

 

INDIA

 

2. $200 billion investment opportunity in the Indian power sector

Eastern Powers and systems Pvt Ltd
Krishna Sankar, Managing Director

 

  • By the year 2030, electricity generation capacity would need to go up from our current level of 146,000 MW to more than 800,000 MW. This is a gigantic task
  • The International Energy Agency (IEA) predicts that the world’s energy needs will be almost 60 % higher in 2030 than they are now. Two-thirds of this increase will arise in China, India and other rapidly developing economies, which will account for almost half the energy consumption by 2030
  • India has a mapped potential for development of 65,000 MW of Wind Power and this itself is a multi billion $ opportunity
  • The country has definite plans to add 20,000 MW of Solar Power by 2022
  • New policy Initiatives of the Government are directed to vertically separate the public utilities, increase private participation and encourage competition in the sector

 

 

JAPAN

 

3. Composite industry: requirement factors for sustainability and composites roles
JRPS
Kanemasa Nomaguchi, Board Member, International Exchanging Committee

 

  • Facts and figures in Japanese composite industry
  • Trends and topics
  • People’s concern on sustainability
  • Case studies with composites
  • Composites World


4. Composites recycling for sustainability
JRPS
Kanemasa Nomaguchi, Board Member, International Exchanging Committee

 

  • Methodology for recycling with composites: recycling with composite waste
  • The basis work for industrial recycling: pulverizing and reuse, cement Kiln process
  • A challenge to develop chemical recycling system: decomposing to oligomers and rebuilding, recovering fibers

 

 

MALAYSIA

 

5. Utilization of the sustainable natural fibres resources for fibre reinforced plastic composite in automotive and construction industries
Malaysian Timber Industry Board

Dr. Jalaluddin Harun, Director General of Malaysian Timber Industry Board (MTIB)

 

  • Natural fibre such as wood dust, empty fruit bunch and kenaf being utilized commercially in biocomposite in combination with polypropylene (PP), polyethylene (PE), or PVC for automotive and construction applications.
  • Enhancement for composite applications in the wood- based industry
  • Ongoing research and development programmes into natural fibre-reinforced composite and biopolymers: further advances and new opportunities in this industry

 

 

VIETNAM

 

6. Bamboo fibers - their characterization and application in polymer composites in Vietnam
Hanoi University of Science and Technology - Polymer Centre
Bui Chuong, Tran Vinh Dieu, Ta Phuong Hoa and Nguyen Huy Tung

 

  • Research on composite materials reinforced with bamboo fibers in Vietnam
  • Promising applications and results: interior parts of bus, water treatment systems…


Proceedings from Economic Conference (JEC Asia 2010)

Company Description : Includes the speakers presentations (PDF) at the forum.

Product Type : Business Conference

Author : JEC Composites

PDF 208p

Languages : English

Organizer : JEC Composites

JEC is an industry organisation dedicated to promoting composite materials internationally. JEC supports the development of composite materials by fostering knowledge transfer and exchanges between suppliers and users.