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Meeting Materials Science & Technology 2016
Symposium Shaping and Forming of Composite Materials
Sponsorship
Organizer(s) Michael Miles, Brigham Young University
David Fullwood, Brigham Young University
Andrew George, Brigham Young University
Scope High-performance composite materials have long been known as a lightweight alternative to metals in structural applications. Yet high costs have limited their application. Despite this, market forecasts predict a continuing increase in the global demand for composite materials due to light-weighting trends in several industries. Remaining competitive in the composites industry requires a continual push in research towards lower cost manufacturing methods.

The objective of this symposium is to provide a forum for presenting the latest technologies being developed to lower the manufacturing costs associated with composite materials. Abstracts are requested in the following topics as they relate to composites manufacturing: assembly/bonding, automation, inspection methods, liquid composite molding, material placement, out-of-autoclave, preforming, process modeling, process induced defects, repair, and thermoplastic materials.
Abstracts Due 03/31/2016
Proceedings Plan Definite: MS&T all conference proceedings CD
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

Development of In-situ Monitoring Systems for the Thermoforming of Pre-preg Composite Laminates
Manufacturing Defects in Composite Sporting & Recreational Products
Mechanical Properties of Braided Reinforcement with Snap-cure Polyurethane Resins in RTM Processes
Production and Characterisation of a Thermoformed Complexly Curved Component from Thermoplastic FRP/Metal Laminate
Resin Infusion/Liquid Composite Molding: Review of Last 35 Years and Going Forward
Voids in Composites: Process Modeling and Mechanical Effects


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