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AUTOMOTIVE COMPOSITES INNOVATION PROGRAM 2019
Source:China Composites Expo
2019-07-12 14:38:50
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原文:http://www.chinacompositesexpo.com/en/news-detail-129-8310.html From September 3rd-5th, 2019, the same days of the 25th edition of China Composites Expo (CCE), Automotive Composites Innovation Program (AIP) will be launched for the third year by the organizing committee of CCE together with Inovev, a French company dedicated to automotive industry.

Back in 2017 and 2018, when AIP was launched for the first two editions, it attracted a good stream of visitors and turned out to be the very highlight of CCE 2017 and 2018, which makes China Composites Expo an important platform for communication between Composites Industry and Automotive Industry home and abroad. For this year, AIP will continue to introduce those big innovations on products and technologies in automotive composites industry worldwide.

We help to explore the secret of composite use in BMW i3


 
We introduced to you System Integrated Multi-Material Lightweight Design for E-mobility from SMiLE Project


We displayed more than 40 innovative automotive parts on site and 200 more on the I3p platform.
 


Tailgate of Peugeot 308



Audi A8 CFRP Rear Wall

Same as the last two editions, the program this year will include three parts as follows:
 
 

Automotive Innovation Pole



Automotive Innovation Conference



Automotive Innovation Online Platform I3P
 

For now, we have invited big carmakers as Audi, Renault; big Tier 1 suppliers as Faurecia, Voith, Frimo, LG Hausys, etc; big raw material suppliers as Dupont, Arkema, Hexion, Owens Corning, etc; Institutes as Fraunhofer ICT, etc. They will show to the visitors, by displaying innovations and delivering speeches, the current situation and future development of the world automotive composites industry.


Part One: Automotive Innovation Conference


Title One:Together let’s enhance the automotive future!

Time:9:35-10:15

Company:Inovev

Speaker Name:Michel Costes

Position:CEO

Speaker Profile
·For the last four decades, Michel COSTES has been working to support the development of an efficient sustainable automotive industry.
·He is an expert in automotive construction and has actively participated to automotive innovation, from inside the automotive industry (in carmakers and suppliers), as well as an independent analyst (as head of its companies).
·He created several companies and is the founder and president of Inovev, a leading service company dedicated to the automotive industry.
·He has a strong experience in automotive composites.
·He has managed in the eighties the engineering  & development of the “Plastics Business unit” of Renault (focused at this time on SMC), has been the global director of automotive activities of the leading material company Rhône Poulenc.
·He has created and is now managing the company Inovev, renowned for the quality of its service to worldwide automotive industry: analyses and support of innovations.

Abstract
·In recent years, the automotive industry has experienced a revolution.
·The consumer revolution with a market epicentre which has moved to China.
·The revolution of the way to consume vehicles, with the boom of mobility services.
·The revolution of technologies (electrification, connectivity, autonomous vehicles).
·The revolution of decision-making processes that govern these technological choices (stronger implication of governments).
·However, the automobile product by itself is still today at the beginning of its mutation. The automobile is still a four wheels vehicle, with a steering wheel, seats and engine, in a steel box surrounded by plastic parts.
·But the automobile in the next 20 years will dramatically change and the composites industry will drive these changes!
·Innovations in the composites will unfreeze the design, production and consumption modes of vehicles.
·This lecture will present the ways these innovations will lead to development of composites in the automotive industry.
·Together, let’s enhance the automotive future!

Title Two:New Design Scope for Aerodynamic and Acoustic Optimization of the Underbody of Fully Electrified Vehicles

Time:10:15-11:00

Company:Audi

Speaker Name:Philipp MALZKORN

Position:Development engineer – underbody systems

Speaker Profile
·Philipp Malzkorn was graduated from the University of applied science in Zwickau (Germany), where he followed an automotive engineering education.
·He had his first experience at Daimler where he worked on the development of bumper systems.
Then he joined in 2013, the engineering German company, EDAG Engineering AG, as an Engineering development.
·And, since 2015, Philipp Malzkorn works for Audi on the development of underbody systems.

Abstract
·The all new Audi e tron, which is the first BEV model from Audi, is a technological breakthrough. The development of a specific platform, integrating the battery pack pushed Audi to rethink the design of many parts, and especially the underbody. In my lecture, I will present to the audience the functional requirements of the underbody. The changes of the car underbody, from a thermal model to BEV.
·We will then focus on the underbody system of the Audi e-tron and conclude by the new opportunities in underbody systems for BEV.

Title ThreeThermoplastics: the way of the future – New developments

Time:11:00:11:45

Company:Valeo

Speaker Name:Sergio DA COSTA PITO

Position:TFE TPL1 Structural Components R&D Manager & THS Composite Materials Coordinator

Company:Engel

Speaker Name:Simon LIU

Position:Manager Processing and Application Technology Department

Speaker Profile
Sergio DA COSTA PITO
·From 2007 to 2011, Mr. Liu finished the bachelor degree of polymer science and engineering in East China University of Science and Technology in Shanghai.
·Started from 2011,  he firstly worked as process engineer assistant in Engel.
·Now, he is the manager of Processing and Application Technology Department of Engel in Shanghai.
Simon LIU
·From 2007 to 2011, Mr. Liu finished the bachelor degree of polymer science and engineering in East China University of Science and Technology in Shanghai.
·Started from 2011, he firstly worked as process engineer assistant in Engel.
·Now, he is the manager of Processing and Application Technology Department of Engel in Shanghai.

Abstract
·Affordable overmolded organosheet in mass production
·Valeo’s Thermal Front End Product Group has developed the first mass produced glass fiber composite structural part in the automotive market for the front end bolster of the Daimler GLE/GLS platform.
·The process thermoforms glass composite inserts called “organo sheets” directly inside injection tools with the result being a
·One step net shape part able to be produced in high volume to meet customer annual volume. This innovative solution results in a 30 % weight save compared to metals.
·Fully automated, customised solutions for thermoplastic fibre composites

Title FourEnabling Further Use of Carbon Fiber SMC

Time:11:45-12:30

Company:AOC Aliancys

Speaker Name:Paul VERCOULEN

Position:CTO of AOC Aliancys Europe

Speaker Profile
·As a master of science from TU Delft,  Mr. Vercoulen studied chemical engineering from 1985 to 1990.
·Since 1997, he started to be an specialist in R&D department in DSM for more than 17 years.
·In 2014, Mr. Vercoulen become the Technology  Director Advanced  Filtration in Pentair.
·Start from 2015, he become the Chief  technology officer of AOC Aliancys.
·Currently, he is in charge of the EMEA/ASIA technology issues as a vice president tehnology.

Abstract
·MAKING CARBON COMPOSITES ROBUST, FAST,AND AFFORDABLE
·Strength where you need it
·Saving weight
·Large volume production
·At affordable cost

TitleFiveDevelopment and Trends in Composite Manufacturing

Time:13:15-14:00

Company:Deputy Director of Fraunhofer ICT

Speaker Name:Frank Henning

Position:Deputy Director

Speaker Profile
·Graduated in 1996 from the Universität Stuttgart in Germany with a Diploma in Mechanical Engineering, Prof. Dr. Frank Henning has been a Fellow in the Society of Plastics Engineers since 2013.
·In 2008, Henning was appointed Professor for Light-Weight Technologies at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology in Germany; and that same year, he was appointed CEO of the Fraunhofer innovation cluster KITe hyLITE - Karlsruhe Innovation Cluster for Hybrid Light-Weight Solutions.
·Since 2016, Prof. Dr. Frank Henning has been Managing Director of the Fraunhofer Project Centre for Composites Manufacturing in Ulsan, Korea and since 2011 of the Fraunhofer Project Center for Research in London, Ontario, Canada. Since 2010, he has been an Adjunct Research Professor in the Department of Mechanical & Materials Engineering, Faculty of Engineering at the University of Western Ontario in Canada. In 2009, he was named Deputy Director of the Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology (ICT) in Pfinztal, Germany, as well as Director of Fraunhofer FIL in Augsburg, Germany.

Abstract
Over the past few decades, our cars have transformed into technological marvels, becoming safer, cooler, and more exciting to drive, while improving efficiency and sustainability. During this march of innovation, it may not have been so noticeable that the use of plastics has skyrocketed. Today’s cars are comprised of about 50 percent plastics by volume. BUT because plastics are typically lighter than other materials, plastics comprise only ten percent of today’s cars by weight. Few innovations provide a more wide-ranging performance and efficiency advantage than reducing weight. Those “advanced” materials—such as polymer composites, carbon fiber-reinforced plastics, 3-D printed plastic parts —are enabling remarkable improvements in safety, design, and performance and may usher in a whole new era in vehicle manufacturing and sustainability. Discover the latest trends & innovations in Composite Technologies and how it can contribute to an efficient mobility, through the eyes of Dr Henning, Managing Director of Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology.

Title SixFlexible and economical process for mass production of hybrid lightweight composites

Time:14:00-14:45

Company:Dieffenbacher Group - SWPM

Speaker Name:GUO ZHIWEI

Position:Business Unit Composites Chief Sales Manager

Speaker Profile
·Mr. Guo Zhiwei is Graduated from the Tianjin Polytechnic University, fiber reinforced composite materials professional.
·He’s working in the Auto composites industry for 18 years, successively in Saint-Gobain – Vetrotex and Ranger Auto.
·With technology, market and management experiences, Mr. Guo Zhiwei has developed a deeper understanding and awareness of automotive composite materials.
·Now at the Dieffenbacher group, Mr Guo Zhiwei occupies the position of Chinese chief sales manager and responsible for the business unit of composites in the China regional market and sales.

Abstract
·Continuous Fiber reinforced composites have a large potential in modern automobile and related applications, especially for structural composites. With the use of UD tapes for local reinforcements, it is easily possible to place them alongside the load passes of the component to utilize its full strength potential as well as to increase the impact resistance where they are really need to carry the load.
·The automotive industry with its high requirements for high-volume and quality production requires a highly efficient production process with short cycle times.
·Dieffenbacher developed and introduced recently the new and state of the art Tailored Blank Line that copes all the requirements and therefore offers the benefit of a large-scale production in a precise, fast and economical way for the production of tailored fiber reinforced thermoplastic composites.
·The new tape laying system and new vacuum-assisted consolidation system developed by Dieffenbacher are the core of the Tailored Blank Line. Together with downstream systems, such as the handling robot and forming press, more than one million parts can be manufactured per year on just one line.

Title SevenBoost your efficiency in composite  production

Time:15:15-16:00

Company:KraussMaffei

Speaker Name:Wolfgang HINZ

Position:Head of Sales Business Unit Composite & Surfaces

 

Speaker Name:Frederick Su

Position:Sales Engineer

Speaker Profile
Wolfgang HINZ : 
·In 2012, Mr. Hinz got the degree in International sales management of PFH Private University of Applied Sciences
·He entered KraussMaffei in 2010 September and become Sales Engineer Asia.
·Currently, he is the head of Sales Business Unit Composite & Surfaces of KraussMaffei.
Frederick Su: 
·After graduating from Soochow University, Mr. Su went to University of  Bermen for Bachelor of  Applied Science in Engineering and  Management.
·He started to be Sales Associate in ORTOVOX in 2008.
·In 2013, Mr. Su become the sales representative in TPT Bearing.
·From 2014, he entered KraussMaffei to be a sales engineer until now.

Abstract
·From idea to series production – Everything from a single source, the best source
·From idea to series production-ready fiber composite solutions: At CCE Shanghai, KraussMaffei is highlighting its leading system expertise in developing and implementing series production-ready processes for fiber-reinforced lightweight construction. Includes Pultrusion, WetMolding RTM, Structure Composite Spraying.

Title EightInnovative Composite Lightweight Solutions for Automotive and Aerospace Applications    

Time:16:00-16:45

Company:ACTC HRC

Speaker Name:Timo HUBER

Position:Vice President of Advanced Composite Technology Center ACTC, Hengrui Corporation

Company:Fraunhofer ICT

Speaker Name:Felix BEHNISCH

Position:Research Engineer

Speaker Profile
Timo HUBER:
·Graduated from the University of Stuttgart, Dr. Timo Huber followed a Ph.D at the Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT)
·He joined the Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology ICT as a research engineer in 2007
·In 2009, he was the team leader for Injection Molding & Extrusion
·In 2011, he was the team leader for Thermoplastic Processing.
·From 2015 to 2018, he was the deputy Head of Department Polymer Engineering.
·Since 2019 January, he become the Vice President of Advanced Composite Technology Center ACTC, Hengrui Corp.
Felix BEHNISCH:
·From 2009 to 2013, Felix Behnisch studied mechanical engineering (Bachelor degree) with the specialization in Dimensioning and validation of mechanical systems at the Karlsruher Institute of Technology (KIT)
·From 2013 to 2015, Felix Behnisch studied mechanical engineering (Master degree) with the specializations in Lightweight Design and Material Science at the Karlsruher Institute of Technology (KIT)
·Since 2015, he has been working at Fraunhofer Institute for Chemical Technology ICT in the field of Polymer Engineering, as a scientist engineer. His main research areas in the group of High Performance Composites are the (pre-) forming of dry fabrics and prepreg materials as well as the infiltration processes HP-RTM and Wet Compression Molding.

Abstract
·Fiber-reinforced plastics are becoming increasingly valued in the transport industry due to their very high specific material properties.
·In the context of electro mobility, the weight-specific battery capacity has an increasing importance as an evaluation criterion for battery systems in the automotive industry. To achieve high values of >180Wh/kg innovative lightweight construction approaches are necessary. One of them is locally reinforced Sheet Molding Compound (SMC) as a resource and cost efficient process for manufacturing battery system enclosures.
·An increasing number of identical parts per aircraft is pushing large-scale production processes such as Resin Transfer Molding (RTM) in the aerospace industry. Challenges, potentials and future directions of this development will be introduced at the example of an A350 door edge member.

TIme: 9:30am-17:00am, September 3
Location: No.1 Meeting Room, B2, SWEECC
Schedule: 8 Presentations, 45min/each(30min Speech + 10min Q&A + 5min Break)
Languages: English/Chinese, Simultaneous Interpretation
Food Service: Buffet and Teabreak
Charge: RMB 2,000/Person, Registers before August 15th may enjoy a 20% discount. Please complete the online application form at the bottom of the page.
Deadline: August 29th

Contact: Zhang Jing, +86-10-6813 8951, zhangj@ccgc.com.cn
               Bryan Xu, +86-10-6813 8939, xuk@ccgc.com.cn
 

Part Two: Automotive Innovation Pole
Time: September 3rd - 5th
Location: Hall No.4, Underground B2, SWEECC
Contents: more than 20 innovative automotive parts/structures with diversified sources and applications
Details: Word Panels, videos will be displayed with above innovations


Part Three: Automotive Innovation Platform (I3P)
Contents: to include also those innovative automotive parts/structures which can’t displayed on the show due to the constraint of the size of the Venue
Targets: to offer a more comprehensive knowledge exclusively to CCE’s visitors about automotive composites innovation worldwide
Duration: August 15th, 2019-August 15th, 2020
Entrance: Official Website of China Composites Expo(www.cceshow.com)

 

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