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JEC Europe 2012 Aeronautics Composites Forum Proceedings

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By : JEC Composites

Date : 2012

Location : France / Paris

PDF 172p
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Proceedings from the Aeronautics Forum (JEC Europe 2012) focusing on new challenges & opportunities in the aerospace industry.

Keywords :

Aeronautic Composites, Composite aircrafts, carbon fiber, airbus, eco-friendly aircraft, composite materials, composites research, Composite applications

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JEC Europe 2012 Aeronautics Forum Proceedings

Product Type : Business Conference

Author : JEC Composites

PDF 172p

Languages : English

If you missed the last JEC Europe 2012 in Paris (March 27-29, 2012) here is the opportunity to purchase the proceedings of the Aeronautics Forum in PDF format.

 

New challenges & opportunities in the aerospace industry:

 

Key Focus

 

  • Automated tools for next generation composite aircrafts
  • Composite intensive airframes, view on Airbus A350 XWB and Boeing B787 Dreamliner
  • New eco-friendly aircraft engine from an increasing use of advanced composite materials

 

Aeronautics (New challenges & opportunities in the aerospace industry)

 

  • Automated tools for next generation composite aircrafts
  • Composite intensive airframes, view on Airbus A350 XWB and Boeing B787 Dreamliner
  • New eco-friendly aircraft engine from an increasing use of advanced composite materials

 

As commercial aviation moves to use carbon fiber composites for the bulk of the primary structure, there is a need to increase production rate and reduce manufacturing costs. Traditional manual-intensive lay-up processes are no longer affordable for large scale production, and new out-of-autoclave as well as automated prepreg processes become standard. Automated lay-up, curing, machining, assembly, and finishing operations are becoming popular for mainstream production. These advances in aeronautics are also permeating into the automotive sector, which is particularly interested in high-volume processes and technologies. At the same time, to ensure the same level of safety as metallic aircraft for these large composite integral structures, it is necessary to develop new analytical capabilities and carefully validate them through testing. Through concurrent engineering, materials and manufacturing together with design, test and analysis can impart composite structures the competitive advantage over metallic structures.
 

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CHAIRMAN
University of Washington
 
Prof. Paolo Feraboli, Director and Professor

 

Automated tool for next generation composite aircrafts

 

1 - Bridging composites technology from aviation to automotive: the need for higher rate and lower cost processes

 

University of Washington, Automobili Lamborghini ACSL

Prof. Paolo Feraboli, Director and Professor
  • Technical challenges and cost of prepreg tape, manual lay-up and autoclave
  • Benefits of out-of-autoclave processes, integration and automation
  • New material for and processes: Liquid resin infusion, advanced compression molding, reinforced thermoplastic laminates
  • Applications to new Boeing and Lamborghini products
 

2 - Development of new structural elements for next generation composite aircraft

 

Spirit AeroSystems

Iain O’May, Senior Composite Development Engineer
  • Development of new structural elements for next generation composite aircraft
  • Advanced lightweight composite materials
  • Novel fabrication processes, automation

 

3 - Automatic Handling of carbon fiber preforms and process step developments for aerospace parts

 

Premium AEROTEC GmbH
Manuel Herkt, Business Development & Sales
  • Key to manufacture parts with a high accuracy and a very good reproducibility: Resin Transfer Moulding (RTM) process
  • Steps to manufacture CFRP parts by means of an RTM process
  • Perspectives in aeronautical and automotive industry
 

Composite intensive airframes, view on Airbus A350 XWB and Boeing B787 Dreamliner

 

4 - The composites at Airbus - A long story of innovation and experience

 

Airbus

Dr. Roland Thevenin, Composite Senior Expert
  • A step by step gain of composite experience
  • Composite applications “Opportunities and boundaries”
  • A350XWB composite structures “Not a myth a reality”
 

5 - Benefits composite materials for future aircraft

 

Boeing

Dr. Thomas K. Tsotsis, Technical Manager
  • Drivers for composites use on future aircraft
  • Benefits of composites on the 787
  • Future directions for composites development
 

New eco-friendly aircraft engine from an increasing use of advanced composite materials

 

6- Introduction 3D woven RTM components for LEAP engines (Airbus, Boeing, Comac)

 

SAFRAN-Snecma

Bruno Dambrine, Expert Composites
  • 3D RTM material development
  • Case study: Fan blades and case
  • LEAP applications: A320NEO, 737MAX et C919

 

JEC Europe 2012 Aeronautics Forum Proceedings

Product Type : Business Conference

Author : JEC Composites

PDF 172p

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.