13th International Conference on Flow Processes in Composite Materials (FPCM 13)
Kyoto Institute of Technology - Japan, 6-9 July 2016

Local Organizing Committee

 Asami Nakai/Co-Chair (Gifu University)  Ryosuke Matsuzaki/Co-Chair (Tokyo University of Science)  Norimichi Nanami/Secretariat (Nihon University)
 Tadashige Ikeda (Nagoya University)  Satoshi Kobayashi (Tokyo Metropolitan University)  Totsuro Kosaka (Kochi University of Technology)
 Hayato Nakatani (Osaka City University)  Takeharu Sakai (Nagoya University)  Masahito Ueda (Nihon University)
  Tomohiro Yokozeki (University of Tokyo) 

FPCM International Scientific Committee

 Suresh Advani, University of Delaware, USA  Remko Akkerman (FPCM12 Chairman), University of Twente, The Netherlands  Simon Bickerton, The University of Auckland, New Zealand
 Christophe Binétruy, École Centrale de Nantes, France  Conchúr Ó Brádaigh, University of Edinburgh, Scotland  Joël Bréard, Université du Havre, France
 Paolo Ermanni, ETH Zurich, Switzerland  Juan Garcia, Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain  Hiroyuki Hamada, Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan
 Pascal Hubert, McGill University, Canada  Stepan Lomov, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium  Andrew Long, The University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
 Al Loos, Michigan State University, USA  Staffan Lundström, Luleå University of Technology, Sweden  Veronique Michaud, Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland
 Peter Mitschang, Universität Kaiserslautern, Germany  Krishna Pillai, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA  Byron Pipes, Purdue University, USA
 John Summerscales, University of Plymouth, UK  François Trochu, Ecole Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada  Gerhard Ziegman, Clausthal University of Technology, Germany

Wednesday 06 July 2016

Plenary Speech I
09:00  Process development methods for managing volatile-induced defects in a blended infusion resin
Steven R. Nutt (University of Southern California, United States)

Session I: Numerical Methods I
Chair: M. Danzi
10:00  PAPER 42: Thermal pressure control for managing resin volatility during RTM
M. Anders, J. Lo, T. Centea, S.R. Nutt (University of Southern California, United States)

10:20  PAPER 30: Modelling filtration mechanics for oblate and prolate particles during impregnation of dual–scale fabrics
E. Holmstedt, H. O. Åkerstedt, T. S. Lundström
(Luleå University of Technology, Sweden)

10:40  PAPER 20: Constitutive models for transversely isotropic fiber preform in composite manufacturing
M. Wysocki, M. S. Rouhi, G. Vyas, S. Toll (Swerea SICOMP, Sweden: Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden)

11:00  PAPER 16: Modelling VARTM process induced variations on bending performance of composite Omega beams
X. Zeng, P. Schubel, J. Lorrillard (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom: SAFRAN Aircelle, United Kingdom)

11:20  PAPER 8: Simulation of 3D RTM process using solid shell elements
M. S. Rouhi, M. Wysocki, R.Larsson (Swerea SICOMP, Sweden: Chalmers University of Technology, Sweden)

11:40  PAPER 26: Model based process optimization and control for resin infusion
A. Koorevaar (Polyworx BV, Netherlands)

12:00  PAPER 25: Confined suspensions of rigid fibres: complex flow kinematics and rheology
A.Scheuer, M. Perez, E. Abisset-Chavanne, F. Chinesta, R. Keunings (Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium: Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France)

12:20  Lunch Break

Session II: Innovative
Chair: Staffan Lundström
13:20  PAPER 37: Cost reduction in autoclave processing I: heated tooling and cool air pressurisation
G. Prudham, J. Summerscales (Prodrive Composites, United Kingdom: University of Plymouth, United Kingdom)

13:40  PAPER 38: Cost reduction in autoclave processing II: curing resin infused composites
G.Lewin, R. Cullen, J. Summerscales (University of Plymouth, United Kingdom)

14:00  PAPER 44: Analysis of mechanical property in the difference of worker’s skill and curing process
Y. Kuratani, K. Hase, T. Kawazu, A. Miki, T. Uozumi, A. Goto, H. Hamada (KyotoInstitute of Technology, Japan: KADO Corporation, Japan: Gifu University, Japan: OsakaSangyo University, Japan)

14:20  PAPER 33: Capillary wicking in fabrics; orthotropic issues, modeling of swelling and effect of resin
M. F. Pucci, P.-J. Liotier, S. Drapier (Mines de Saint-Etienne, France)

14:40  PAPER 46: Adhesive shear strength improvements of metal/CFRP laminated ply joints irradiated by EB with low dose prior to assembly and hot-pressing
N. Tsuyuki, A. Minegishi, T.Okada, M. Kanda, M. Faudree, Y. Matumura, Y. Nishi (Tokai University, Japan)

15:00  PAPER 47: Universal joints of Ti/polymers connected by activated carbon fibers
H. Hasegawa,M. Faudree, Y. Matsumuara, I. Jimbo, Y. Nishi (Tokai University, Japan)

15:20  PAPER 48: Recent improvements of strengthening FRP
Y. Nishi, M. Faudree, R. Nomura, K.Iwata, M. Kanda, A. Mizutani, M. Hirano, K. Kutaragi, M. Salvia (Tokai University, Japan)

15:40  Refreshment Break

Session III: Textile
Chair: A. Nakai
15:50  PAPER 41: Towards a complete simulation process chain for the manufacturing of braided composite parts
E. Swery, T. Hans, P. Kelly, R. Hinterhölzl, S. Bickerton (Centre for Advanced Composite Materials, New Zealand: Lehrstuhl für Carbon Composites, Germany)

16:10  PAPER 14: Effect of yarn cross-sectional shape on resin flow through inter-yarn gaps in textile reinforcements
A. Endruweit, X. Zeng, A. Long (University of Nottingham, United Kingdom)

16:30  PAPER 7: Numerical 3D permeability prediction using computational fluid dynamics
J.Dittmann, S. Hügle, P. Middendorf (University of Stuttgart, Germany)

16:50  Refreshment Break

Session IV: Thermoplastic
Chair: N Nanami
17:00  PAPER 66: Development of an in-situ prepreg forming technique with a diode laser
S. Asai, Y.Fujii, A. Yokosu, T. Sakai, T. Ikeda, T. Ishikawa (Nagoya University, Japan)

17:20  PAPER 64: Multifunctional composite with reinforcement fibers and functional fibers optimally placed
M. Ishigami, N. Torii, K. Oka, T. Ikeda (Nagoya University, Japan)

17:40  PAPER 45: Effects of homogeneous electron beam irradiation prior to hot-press on adhesion force of PTFE/PE
A. Yagi, S. Takase, M. Kanda, I. Jinbo, Y. Nishi (Tokai University, Japan)

18:00  PAPER 34: Numerical analysis of multi-layered anisotropic high viscous fluid using a particle method for press molding of CFRTP
R. Shino, T. Tamai, S. Koshizuka, A. Maki, T. Ishikawa (The University of Tokyo, Japan: Mitsubishi Rayon, Japan)

18:20  PAPER 28: Ultrasonic welding of thermoplastic composites: investigating the flow of energy directing strips
G. Palardy, I. Fernandez Villegas (Delft University of Technology, Netherlands)

18:40  PAPER 27: Inter-ply slip characterisation in thermoplastic laminates for the development of FE thermoforming simulations
A. Margossian, A. Reger, B. Singh Pardeshi, S. Bel, R.Hinterhoelzl (Technical University of Munich, Germany: Université Lyon 1, France)

19:00  PAPER 18: Capillary effects in LCM with high-viscosity matrices and highly anisotropic non-crimp fabrics
D. Salvatori, V. Michaud (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland)

19:20-20:30  Poster Session and Reception

Thursday 07 July 2016

Plenary Speech II
08:40  Advanced computational approaches of composites forming processes
Francisco Chinesta
(Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France)

Session V: Numerical Methods II
Chair: J. Summerscales
09:40  PAPER 61: Using simulation to account for process variability in liquid composite moulding
C.Lira, M. Stojkovic, J. Markey, A. Visrolia, J. Waldock
(The National Composites Centre, United Kingdom: GE-Dowty, United Kingdom)

10:00  PAPER 49: Multi-scale and multi-physic approach of LCM processes for flow prediction and preforms showing very low permeability
N. Moulin, J. Bruchon, P.-J. Liotier, S. Drapier
(Mines de Saint-Etienne, France)

10:20  PAPER 35: Numerical analysis of post-filling flow in hybrid OOA prepreg/LCM processes
M.Danzi, D. Filipovic, C. Schneeberger, P. Ermanni
(ETH Zurich, Switzerland)

10:40  PAPER 21: Numerical simulation of filling process in resin transfer molding
N. Wegh, M. Wagner, D. Gaudlitz, H. Finckh, M. Klein
(Universität der Bundeswehr München, Germany: Ostbayerische Technische Hochschule Regensburg, Germany: FluiDyna GmbH, Germany: undVerfahrenstechnik Denkendorf, Germany)

11:00  Refreshment Break

Session VI: Natural Fiber
Chair: A. Ohtani
11:10  PAPER 67: Mold filling simulation in RTM processing of natural fiber composite materials: experimental validation
J. Moran, C. Rodriguez Lali, G. Francucci
(INTEMA-CONICET, Argentina: National University of Mar del Plata, Argentina)

11:30  PAPER 32: Geometrical design of cellulose nanofibre network composites for enhanced impregnation during vacuum infusion
S. Lundström, H. Åkerstedt, Y. Aitomäki, K. Oksman
(Luleå University of Technology, Sweden)

11:50  PAPER 29: Performance of jute-glass/epoxy bi-tubular cone-tube under axial compression loading
A. Khalid, M. Morsidi
(Institut Teknologi Brunei, Brunei .. not presented)

12:10  Lunch Break

Session VII: Permeability I
Chair: S. Comas Cardona
13:10  PAPER 39: A radial infusion model for transverse and in-plane permeability measurements of fiber reinforcement in composite materials
I. Akhatov, A. Ushakov
(Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russia)

13:30  PAPER 22: Single test determination of the in-plane permeability as a function of fiber content using digital image correlation during vacuum infusion
A. George, D. Hoagland, M. Morgan
(Brigham Young University, United States)

13:50  PAPER 17: A tool for minimization of race-tracking effects in permeability measurements
B.Caglar, D. Salvatori, E. M. Sozer, V. Michaud (École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, Switzerland: Koc University, Turkey)

14:10  PAPER 15: Computation of permeability of a non-crimp carbon textile reinforcement based on X-ray computed tomography images
I. Straumit, C. Hahn, E. Winterstein, B. Plank, M. Wevers, S. Lomov
(Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium: Technische Universitaet Muenchen, Germany: University of Applied Sciences Upper Austria, Austria)

14:30 Refreshment Break

Session VIII: Permeability II
Chair: R. Matsuzaki
14:40  PAPER 13: Calculation of permeability of preforms with channels
S. Lomov, N. Q. Nguyen, A.Safonov, A. Ushakov
(Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium: Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russia)

15:00  PAPER 31: The influence of fabrics’ design parameters on the 3D permeability tensor of quasi-unidirectional non-crimp fabrics
B. Martin, S. Comas Cardona, C. Binetruy, N. Billon, J. L.Bouvard, P. Lucas
(Ecole Centrale de Nantes, France: Mines ParisTech, France: OwensCorning, France)

15:20  PAPER 51: Flow and filtration behaviour of boehmite nanoparticle-filled matrix systems in RTM process
D. Abliz, B. Finke, D. C. Berg, C. Schilde, D. Meiners, G. Ziegmann
(Clausthal University of Technology, Germany: Braunschweig University of Technology, Germany)

15:40  PAPER 76: Evaluation of the Klinkenberg effect in prepreg processing
T. Cender, P. Simacek, S. Advani
(University of Delaware, United States)

16:00  Refreshment Break

Session IX: Standardization and Benchmark
chair: A. Endruweit
16:10-18:10  Benchmarking and standardisation of permeability measurement: review of past activities and update on new initiatives

18:10  Bus departure for the Conference Dinner
19:00-22:00  Conference Dinner at
The SODOH Higashiyama Kyoto

Friday 08 July 2016

Plenary Speech III
08:40  Stochastic computational methods - applications to textile FRP
Naoki Takano
(Keio University, Japan)

Session X: Process Monitoring I
Chair: H. Nakatani
09:40  PAPER 55: Visualization of flow of viscous fluid and suspended particle depositions inimpregnation process in one-directional fibers in VARTM
T. Arai, S. Nagai, N.B. Sheikh Omar, H. Shindo, H. Sugioka, T. Kaneko, I. Ueno
(Tokyo University of Science, Japan)

10:00  PAPER 4: Darcy-based viscosity measurement for fast curing resin systems
D. Becker, P. Mitschang
(Institut fuer Verbundwerkstoffe, Germany)

10:20  PAPER 23: Capillary pressure characterization and modeling for flow processing of composites
A. George, M. Morgan
(Brigham Young University, United States)

10:40  PAPER 63: Fundamental composites processing issues and challenges – an industrial view from a returning academic
C. Ó. Brádaigh (University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom)

11:00  Refreshment Break

Session XI: Process Monitoring II
Chair: D. Becker
11:10  PAPER 50: On the influence mechanical and processing characterization on the vibro-acoustic response of LCM and preimpregnated composite laminates
M. Ibañez, E. Muñoz, L.Domenech, E. Cortés, F. Sánchez, J. A. García
(University CEU Cardenal Herrera, Spain: Universidad Politécnica Valencia, Spain: Aerox Advanced Polymers, Spain)

11:30  PAPER 11: Ultrasound based monitoring of flow front and laminate thickness without contact to part
N. Liebers, M. Kleineberg, M. Wiedemann (German Aerospace Center,Germany)

11:50 PAPER 43: Experimental investigation of capillary flow porometry for characterization of fibrous reinforcements in composite materials
B. Bonnard, P. Causse, F. Trochu
(École Polytechnique de Montréal, Canada)

12:10  PAPER 60: Spatial distribution of permeability of a 2×2 twill woven fabric composite with hierarchical architecture
M. Bodaghi, A. Vanaerschot, S. Lomov, N. Correia
(University of Porto, Portugal: Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium: INEGI, Portugal)

12:30  Lunch Break

Session XII: Numerical Methods III
Chair: C. Kracke
13:30  PAPER 52: Computational fluid dynamics applied to composites manufacturing
S. Lundström
(Luleå University of Technology, Sweden)

13:50 PAPER 19: Visualization and simulation of resin flow behavior of VARTM parts
A. Okuda, Y.Yui, N. Takeda
(Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan: Churyo Engineering, Japan)

14:10  PAPER 2: Through-thickness resin flow and heat transfer modelling of partially impregnated composite materials for thick-section parts
J. Maguire, C. Ó. Brádaigh, P. Simacek, S.Advani
(University of Edinburgh, United Kingdom: University of Delaware, United States)

14:30  PAPER 24: Flow analysis of an injection molded highly filled short glass fiber reinforced polymer (GFRP) bulk molding compound (BMC)
M.C. Faudree, Y. Nishi
(Tokai University, Japan)

14:50  Refreshment Break

Session XIII: RTM
Chair: V. Michaud
15:00  PAPER 57: Shortening in process time of VaRTM and impact damage suppression for fibre-metal laminates by inserting polyamide mesh
Y. Handa, Y. Matsui, H. Nakatani, K. Osaka
(Osaka City University, Japan)

15:20  PAPER 56: Resin impregnation behavior in thick carbon fibre composite with a corner during VaRTM process
H. Nakatani, K. Adachi, K. Osaka
(Osaka City University, Japan)

15:40  PAPER 53: Manufacturing carbon fibre composites with high pressure resin transfer moulding
F. Martin, N. Warrior, S. Advani, P. Simacek
(University of Nottingham, United Kingdom: University of Delaware, United States: University of Warwick, United Kingdom)

16:00  PAPER 9: An experimental study on the influence of flow channel geometry on the flow front progression in resin transfer moulding
C. Kracke, B. Staudt, S. Bickerton, P. Mitschang
(BMW AG, Germany: University of Auckland, New Zealand: Institut für Verbundwerkstoffe GmbH,Germany)

16:20  Closing Ceremony

Wednesday 06 July 2016: Poster Session

Saturday 09 July 2016
Networking excursion to Arashiyama

Created by John Summerscales on 11 July 2016 and updated on 12-Jul-2016 9:05.