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Aerospace Manufacturing and Automated Fastening Conference & Exhibition Technical Session Schedule As of 09/22/ :41 pm Advanced Composite Fabrication and Joining Processes (Part 1 of 3) Room Ballroom
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Aerospace Manufacturing and Automated Fastening Conference & Exhibition Technical Session Schedule As of 09/22/ :41 pm Advanced Composite Fabrication and Joining Processes (Part 1 of 3) Room Ballroom C1 AMT47 The use of composites for airframe structures continues to increase. With this increase new advances in fabrication and joining are critical to the aerospace industry, both military and commercial. This session will concentrate on advancements in fabrication and joining techniques for composites structures in the aerospace industry. Doug Decker, Northrop Grumman Corp.; Jeffrey L. Lantrip, Douglas McCarville, Boeing Co Integrated Composites Structures (ICS) Tooling System for Commercial and Military Aircraft Larry L. Carver, Nova-Tech. Engineering Inc.; Brian Patchin, Nova-Tech Engineering Inc Large Commercial Aircraft Automated Material Placement Douglas McCarville, Boeing Co.; Juan Carlos Guzman, Boeing Phantom Works Processing Considerations for Very Large Composite Space Structures Brent R. Meredith, Northrop Grumman Corp. Out of Autoclave Processing for Large Composite Structures Brent R. Meredith, Northrop Grumman Corp. New Generation of Portable Drilling Machines (Written Only -- No Oral Presentation) Albert H. Taylor, Cooper Power Tools Div. Advanced Composite Fabrication and Joining Processes (Part 2 of 3) Room Ballroom C1 AMT47 The use of composites for airframe structures continues to increase. With this increase new advances in fabrication and joining are critical to the aerospace industry, both military and commercial. This session will concentrate on advancements in fabrication and joining techniques for composites structures in the aerospace industry. Doug Decker, Northrop Grumman Corp.; Jeffrey L. Lantrip, Douglas McCarville, Boeing Co. Advanced Machining of Composites Rick Luepke, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co.; Christopher Barrow, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Low Density Foam for Primary Structure Applications Juan Carlos Guzman, Boeing Phantom Works 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m Automatic Handling of CFRP-Material for Frame and Stringer Production Hilmar Apmann, Airbus Germany A New Concept of a Temporary Fastener for Composite Structures Dieter Jüling, Alcoa Fastening Systems; Luke Haylock, Alcoa Global Fasteners Integrated Structural Health Monitoring Room Ballroom C1 AMT45 This session includes contributions to the health monitoring of structural systems. Topics include, but not limited to the following areas- health monitoring in machinery; structural health diagnostics; applications to aerospace vehicles, automotive vehicles, ship and submarines, among others; nondestructive inspections and examination (NDI and NDE) techniques; sensor and sensor networks; algorithms for damage detection and monitoring. George Nicholas Bullen, Northrop Grumman Corp.; Ramesh Kolar, Naval Postgraduate School Using RF Sensors to Measure Composite Part Impact Damage 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m. Panel George Nicholas Bullen, Northrop Grumman Corp. Rotorcraft Regime Recognition Algorithm Development Using Flight Data From Health Usage Monitoring Systems (HUMS) Subhasis Sarkar, Technical Data Analysis Inc.; Gene Barndt, US Navy Principal Response Functions for Damage Detection and Monitoring in Laminated Composite Plates Ramesh Kolar, Naval Postgraduate School Updates and Advancements for ISHM Moderators - George Nicholas Bullen, Northrop Grumman Corp Vehicle Gearbox Condition Monitoring Using Vibration Signature Analysis (Written Only -- No Oral Presentation) Nabil Hammad, Nagwa abd-elhalim, Magdy Abdel-hady, Eid mohamed, Helwan University; Nagwa Abdel-Halim Keynote Address - Preparing the Global Supply Chain for the Transition to Productions - G.B. Bailey, Director - International Production, F-35 Global Production Room Ballroom C1-3 AMAFK2 10:30 a.m. Keynote Speakers - G. B. Bailey, Lockheed Martin Aeronautic Systems Group Large Component Assembly and Fastening Systems FAS6 This session will focus on new automated system configurations and technologies implemented to automate the preparation and fastening of the latest large airframe components and assemblies. Ken Benczkowski, Broetje Automation-USA, Inc Automated Skin Fastening Machine for Complex Aircraft Structures Hans-Juergen Borchers, BROETJE-Automation GmbH The Dreamlifter - Swing Tail Door Alignment and Latch Mechanism Craig Alan Vyeson, Boeing Co.; Kurt Poechlauer, Boeing Commercial Airplanes Boeing 787 Engine Nacelle- CNC Lean Automated Assembly System Russell Hayes, Goodrich Aerostructures; Tony Goddard, GEMCOR Traveling Column Machines for Automated Drilling and Fastening Operations on Different Aircraft Structural Components Christian Soehner, Airbus Robotic and Portable Drilling and Fastening Systems FAS2 This technical session explores the advancements of robotic and other portable drilling and fastening technologies for aerospace manufacturing. Presentations will detail the various technologies as well as the methodologies used and challenges faced during their implementation in aerospace manufacturing. Current examples of usage of the robotic and other advancements in technologies for portable drilling and fastening in aerospace manufacuring will be shared along with their productivity gains and improvement of product quality. Harinder S. Oberoi, Boeing Co. 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m Development & Implementation of an Electric Boring Process for the Frame Lug for Main Landing Gear Swing Link on the 777 Airplane Harinder S. Oberoi, Boeing Co.; Paul R. Gehlsen, Boeing Commercial Airplanes; Douglas M. McCoy, Boeing Co. Portable Automation David L. Fritsche, Boeing Co. Crawler Robots for Drilling and Fastener Installation: An Innovative Breakthrough in Aerospace Automation Benoit Marguet, Airbus France Automated De-Fastening Systems Rick Copas, PaR Systems Inc. Automated Fastening Technologies (Part 1 of 2) FAS7 This session addresses Assembly Fixture Automation, Automated Assembly Systems, Fully Automated Fastening Subsystems, Semi-Automated Fastening Subsystems, and Engineering and Designing for Automated Fastening. Tim Brown, Electroimpact Inc. 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m CANCELLED One-up Assembly with Robots Russell DeVlieg, Electroimpact Inc; Edward Feikert, The Boeing Co. Automated Installation of an Expanded Light-Weight Rivetless Nut Plate Assembly Len Reid, Fatigue Technology Inc. Development of a Multi Spindle Flexible Drilling System for Circumferential Splice Drilling Applications on the 777 Airplane Paul Thompson, Electroimpact Inc.; Harinder S. Oberoi, Alan Draper, Boeing Co. Main Wingbox Installation on the 737 Horizontal Wing Assembly Lines Jim Yinger, Electroimpact Inc.; Sam Dobbs, The Boeing Co. Lean Manufacturing (Part 1 of 2) Room Mtg Rm 1 AMT41 This session will address the use of Lean Tools and Techniques in aerospace Engineering and Operations. Attendees will also hear case-studies on Lean Implementation and the application of the hybrid technique of Lean Six Sigma in the aerospace industry. Benny J. Leppert, Boeing Co.; Kevin G. Sweeney, Boeing Commercial Airplanes Lean vs. Six Sigma Robert Watson, Juran Institute Inc Applying LEAN Techniques to Improve Engineering Processes Stephen Ray Smith, Curtiss Wright Controls The People Side of Technology Ray Baron, Boeing Co. Overview of SCOR-Six Sigma-Lean Convergence Matthew Milas, Lockheed Aeronautics Lean Manufacturing (Part 2 of 2) Room Mtg Rm 1 AMT41 This session will address the use of Lean Tools and Techniques in aerospace Engineering and Operations. Attendees will also hear case-studies on the applications of these tools and techniques. Benny J. Leppert, Boeing Co.; Kevin G. Sweeney, Boeing Commercial Airplanes 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m Lean 777F Section 46 Fuselage Jigs for MHI in Hiroshima Japan Chuck Hopper, Electroimpact Inc. RFID as a Lean Enabling Tool George Nicholas Bullen, Northrop Grumman Corp. Design for Producibility Part 2 David D. Foreman, Design Profit Inc.; Steve Roach, Jorge Pica, Lockheed Martin Ms2 Design for Producibility Part 2 David D. Foreman, Design Profit Inc.; Steve Roach, Jorge Pica, Lockheed Martin Ms2 Lean Product Design, Tapping the Value Stream to Meet the Voice of the Customer Jon B. Shaw, Boeing Commercial Airplanes Advanced Metal Materials, Fabrication, and Joining Processes (Part 1 of 2) Room Mtg Rm 3 AMT50 Advancements in the production of metallic structure continues to be important to the aerospace and commercial aviation industries. This session features improved materials, processes and joining methods for metallic components to meet the challenges put forth by demanding end product requirements. Jeffrey D. Morgan, Boeing Commercial Airplanes The Influence of Weld Microstructure on Mechanical Properties of Alclad AA2024-T3 Friction Spot Welded M.D. Tier, Jorge Dos Santos, Tonilson Rosendo, GKSS Forschungszentrum; J.A. Mazzaferro, DEMEC UFRGS; A.A.M. da Silva, Joining Technology Research Centre LORTEK Fatigue of Swept Friction Stir Spot Welds In Thin Sheet 2024 Aluminum Bryan Tweedy, Christian Widener, Tze-Jian Lam, Dwight Burford, Wichita State University Development of an End-Effector for Friction Stir Spot Welding James Gross, Wichita State Univ.; Bryan Tweedy, Wichita State Univ; Christian Widener, National Institute for Aviation Research Effect of Shielding Gas on Weldmetal Properties in Flux Cored Arc Welding (Written Only -- No Oral Presentation) Kumaragurubaran Balasubramanian, Anna Univ. Advanced Metal Materials, Fabrication, and Joining Processes (Part 2 of 2) Room Mtg Rm 3 AMT50 Advancements in the production of metallic structure continues to be important to the aerospace and commercial aviation industries. This session features improved materials, processes and joining methods for metallic components to meet the challenges put forth by demanding end product requirements. Jeffrey D. Morgan, Boeing Commercial Airplanes 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m. Successful Strategies for HSM of Complex Aluminum Aircraft Structure Kevin Waymack, The Boeing Co. High Performance Titanium Machining Techniques Ryan L Hanks, Boeing Phantom Works Management of Environmentally - Friendly Metalworking Fluids Gloria Busch, D A Stuart Co. Sinker and Wire EDM in Aerospace Manufacturing Jeff W. Kiszonas, Makino Machine Tool Co. Advanced Composite Fabrication and Joining Processes (Part 3 of 3) Room Ballroom C1 AMT47 The use of composites for airframe structures continues to increase. With this increase new advances in fabrication and joining are critical to the aerospace industry, both military and commercial. This session will concentrate on advancements in fabrication and joining techniques for composites structures in the aerospace industry. Doug Decker, Northrop Grumman Corp.; Jeffrey L. Lantrip, Douglas McCarville, Boeing Co From Simple Black Metal to Optimal use of Composites Rani Richardson, Dassault Systemes Innovative Technologies for Coating Measurement over Composites and Fasteners David Battle, Sensory Analytics Influence of Structure Transversal Stiffness to Head Stresses in Countersink Fasteners Rodrigo Pinheiro, Alcoa New Product Development; Hasim Mulazimoglu, Alcoa Fastening Systems Chisel Edge Effect on Delamination when Drilling Thick Composite Materials with a Twist Drill Pierre Rahme, Student Choice High School High Output Composite Manufacturing Room Ballroom C1 AMT44 The expanding usage of composite materials in the aerospace industry is driving a surge of interest in higher output, automated manufacturing methods. Automated processes are being used more than ever before in a wide range of aerospace programs. New commercial aircraft, business jets, and military aircraft programs are all using automation extensively. This session will focus on the latest automated manufacturing technology that is being used in the aerospace industry. Carroll G. Grant, Aerospace Composites Consulting 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m Automated Fiber Placement Evolution Vernon Benson, ATK Aerospace Structures Increasing Productivity in Fiber Placement Process Tino Oldani, Ingersoll Machine Tools Inc. Large moving column Automatic Fiber Placement (AFP) machines and rotators. Peter Vogeli, Electroimpact Inc High Output AFP and ATL Automation for Smaller Composite Aerospace Structures James P Martin, Clarissa Hennings, Automated Dynamics Metrology and Automation Systems Room Ballroom C1 AMT55 Metrology and automation control system developments have progressed significantly in recent years. This session will present and discuss the application and potential applications of these systems in aerospace manufacture. It features system developments in metrology for machine control, accuracy enhancement and system performance evaluation to meet the demands of new aircraft programs. Phillip J. Crothers, Hawker de Havilland; Todd Szallay, Northrop Grumman Corp. 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m Laser Tracker Assisted Aircraft Machining and Assembly Bobby J. Marsh, Boeing Co. Qualifying Capacitive Sensing Hole Measurement System Technology using Gage R&R Studies Robert V. Magee, Capacitec Volumetric Compensation Systems for CNC Machining Rick Luepke, Christopher Barrow, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. 5:00 p.m. Precision Articulated-Arm Robotic Drilling Todd Szallay, Northrop Grumman Corp. Keynote Address - Leveraging Networked Systems to Improve Aerospace Manufacturing - Frank Doerner, Vice President - AeroStructures, Manufacturing & Support Technologies Room Ballroom C1-3 AMAFK3 10:30 a.m. Keynote Speakers - F. J. Doerner, Boeing Phantom Works Advanced Robotics Applications (Part 1 of 2) Room Ballroom C2 AMT54 This session will address the latest advancement is robotic applications in engine component assembly, aircraft assembly, machining and assembly and painting. Scott Gillette, Northrop Grumman Integrated Systems; Roger Holden, Metris UK; Claude Perron, National Research Council Canada Snake-Arm Robots: A New Approach to Aircraft Assembly Rob Buckingham, Rosalind Conkie, OC Robotics Robotic Assembly of Aero-Engine Components Philip F. Webb, Univ. of Nottingham Advanced Robotics in Aerospace Manufacture: Three Short Case Studies Roger Holden, Metris UK; David Masinick, Kuka Robotics Fiberlayup concept David M. Champa, Martin Flores, M Torres Group Advanced Robotics Applications (Part 2 of 2) Room Ballroom C2 AMT54 This session will address the latest advancement is robotic applications in engine component assembly, aircraft assembly, machining and assembly and painting. Scott Gillette, Northrop Grumman Integrated Systems; Roger Holden, Metris UK; Claude Perron, National Research Council Canada 2:00 p.m Adaptive In-Jig High Load Exechon Machining & Assembly Technology Karl-Erik Neumann, Al Bolen, Exechon AB Automated Manufacturing - Aircraft Robotic Painting Richard Ostin, Durr Industries Inc. Robot Programming by Demonstration with Applications to Manufacturing Iraj Mantegh, Claude Perron, National Research Council Canada Analysis and Modeling Tools Room Ballroom C2 AMT43 This session focus on advanced methods and tools to analyze engineering practices and model production system practices. This session features modern technology in finite element analysis, discrete event manufacturing process modeling, fastening related statistical analysis, and dimensional variation modeling. Ramesh Kolar, Naval Postgraduate School; Roberto F. Lu, Boeing Commercial Airplanes 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m Forming Complex Shaped Components using Drape Simulation Software: Informing Manual and Automated Production Needs Carwyn Ward, Kevin Potter, Univ. of Bristol Modeling and Simulation for F-35 Manufacturing Operations Larry Bodine, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. Stress Concentration and Feature Interaction in Engineering Structures Daxue Sun, Ken G. Swift, Univ. of Hull Computational Thermodynamics and Diffusion Simulation - Applications to the Aerospace Industry Paul K. Mason, Thermo-Calc Software Inc. Information Technologies FAS5 This session addresses Product Design and Manufacturing Integration, - Integrated Production Systems, Software Simulation, Virtual Manufacturing, Digital Based Design Systems for Manufacturing, and Analysis and modeling tools for aerospace applications. Daniel Thurnau, Spirit AeroSystems Inc. Enabling Six Sigma with a New Approach for Detailed Design Dan Z. Sokol, Renaissance Services; Adi Choudri, Aerojet Full Digital 3D Definition for Aerospace Product Development John O'Connor, VISTAGY Inc. Design for Manufacturing in Automated Aircraft Assembly Machining Nikolai D'Agostino, Cenit AG Systemhaus; Helmut Ziewers, Cenit Product Lifecycle Management Does for Ideas What ERP Did for Assets, without the Headaches Dan Zuefeldt, Dassault Systemes; Graham Wood, Dassault Systems Fastening System Enhancements FAS3 This session presents new technologies and system configurations that have been introduced in state of the art automated fastening machines to address the changing assembly requirements and materials in today's airframes. Christian E. Schaefer, Boeing Aircraft & Missile Systems 2:00 p.m. 2:30 p.m Effects of Fastener Coating and Shear Strength on Joint Lap Shear Strength Liang Zeng, Alcoa Fastening Systems; Luke Haylock, Alcoa Global Fasteners Aluminum-Lithium Light Weight Frangible Collar Development Hasim Mulazimoglu, Alcoa Fastening Systems; Rodrigo Pinheiro, Alcoa; Luke Haylock, Alcoa Global Fasteners Evaluation of Alternatives to Electrodeposited Cadmium for Threaded Fastener Applicaations (II) Jerry Brown, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co; Liang Zeng, Alcoa Fastening Systems; Mark Smith, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co; James Moran, Alcoa; Luke Haylock, Alcoa Global Fasteners; Robert H. Gurrola, Alcoa Introducing Specialized Drilling Applications to an Existing Fastening System Christian E. Schaefer, Tim Finley, Boeing Aircraft & Missile Systems Assembly, Machining and Fastening of Composite Structure FAS8 Use of composite materials for primary airframe structure continues to increase in the aerospace industry. The key to profitable manufacturing is the employment of the most efficient machining and fastening technologies. This session explores the advanced procedures currently used within the industry to increase production and quality through the application of composite assembly technologies. Gordon L. Allen, Boeing Co. 4:00 p.m. 4:30 p.m. 5:00 p.m High-Strength Clamping Technologies for Composite Structure Keith Brunell, Monogram Aerospace Fasteners Development of Orbital Drilling for the BOEING 787 Eric Whinnem, Boeing Phantom Works; gary lipczynski, The Boeing Company; Ingvar eriksson PhD, Novator AB QwikSeal Self-Sealing Aircraft Fastener Technology Gary Schmidt, Systems and Materials Research Corp; Bill Keller, PPG Aerospace; Denise Deppe, Systems and Materials Research Corp Adhesive Bonded Fasteners for Enhancement of Modern Vehicle Manufacturing Karl Hutter, Click Bond Fastening Systems Metal Additive Manufacturing Room Mtg Rm 3 AMT52 This session is directed toward exploring progress toward fabrication of metal parts directly from the CAD file using any of a number of additive manufacturing methods. This category of manufacturing is being explored to reduce cost and weight as well as to directly produce parts which could not be manufactured by conventional means without using inordinately long manufacturing cycles and consuming very long lead times. Eric J. Fodran, Northrop Grumman Integrated Systems; Kevin T. Slattery, Boeing Co Ion Fusion Formation: An Alternative Solid Freeform Fabrication Process Robbie Joseph Adams, Honeywell Engines Systems & Services Electron Beam Melting Manufacturing for Production Hardware John R. Wooten; Daniel Dennies, Boeing Co. Evaluation of ARCAM Deposited Ti-6Al-4V Kevin T. Slattery, Boeing Co.; V. Blake Slaughter, Boeing; James Good, Teledyne Brown Engineering; Scott Gilley, National Aero & Space Administration Ultrasonic Consolidation for Lightweight Materials and Rapid Manufacturing Ken Johnson, Solidica Inc. Thursday, September 18 Laser Applica
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