Jec Asia 2015

The 2015 edition of Jec Asia will be held in Singapore from october 20th to 22th.  A panel of 20 speakers from 10 countries will share and exchange with delegates expected from 43 countries. 2 of these sessions are organized in partnership with TUM Asia in Singapore and Hanyang University in the Republic of Korea. This is the program of the 5 conferences organized alongside with JEC Asia composites Show 8th annual session at the SUNTEC Center

Eco-designs and recycling

Nowadays, being environmentally conscious is no longer a suggestion but a requirement. Governmental legislations are increasing in order to gain better control over which products are manufactured in a wide range of products. Composite materials in particular, have for a while now been encouraged to go “green” by developing the use of natural fibers, cleaner resins and recycling opportunities.

With speakers from Ashland, Cobra International, Ecole des Mines d’Albi and Solvay.

Simulation / Robotization

As the use of composite materials becomes more widespread in every major industry, the need for efficient and well-adapted simulation tools has equally grown. Indispensable for behavioral predictions thanks to the structural analysis and optimization they provide, software tools provide reliable and pre-manufacturing solutions in design.

Along these lines, the pressure of productivity rates and mass production has brought an increase in the use of flexible robotics which will be delved into during this session.

With speakers from TUM Asia and their partners including Duo Machinery Equipment.

Aeronautics: the challenge of light-weighting

Thanks to their high strength and lightweight properties, composite materials are becoming increasingly widespread in the aerospace industry. Light-weighting is a particularly important challenge for the industry, as it allows for fuel reductions, but it is a difficult one as aeronautical parts possess stringent quality requirements. Other major current challenges for this industry when it comes to composite materials include: reduced assembly time and maintenance, and greater impact resistance in airframes.

With speakers from Chomarat, Republic Polytechnic and Surface generation.

Cycle-time reduction in the automotive industry

High-speed production is one of the biggest challenges of the automotive industry when it comes to composite materials, notably in order to achieve cost parity with metal equivalents. Thanks to process innovations and adapted epoxy resins, cycle-times for high-performance structural parts have already been significantly reduced during these last few years, but the incentive to lower them even more and thus attain the crucial one-minute cycle time.

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