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International conference
POLYMER COMPOSITES 2013
May 28 - 29, 2013
Pilsen, Czech Republic
Teslova 3, Plzeň Science and Technology Park
ORGANIZATION AND PROGRAMME COMMITTEE:
Committee members:
Petr Martinec, New Technology – Research Centre,
University of West Bohemia in Pilsen
Bronislav Foller, New Technology – Research Centre,
University of West Bohemia in Pilsen
Petra Pechmanová, New Technology – Research,
University of West Bohemia in Pilsen
Eva Nezbedová, Polymer Institute Brno
František Socha, SYNPO, a.s., Pardubice
Vilém Pompe, Aeronautical Research and Test Institute, Prague
Josef Křena, LETOV LETECKÁ VÝROBA, Ltd. Prague
Petr Štrunc, STTA Ltd., Pilsen
Tomáš Kovářík, New Technology – Research Centre,
University of West Bohemia in Pilsen
Jan Orlt, consultant – composites, Prague
Conference secretariat address:
Petra Pechmanová
New Technology-Research Centre
University of West Bohemia in Pilsen
Univerzitní 8, 306 14 Plzeň
Telefon: +420 377 634 736
Fax:
+420 377 634 702
E-mail: [email protected]
http://
www.zcu.cz/ntc.zcu.cz
The aim of the Conference is to enable specialists from research and
industry to present actual knowledge and trends in research and
development, analyses, materials, technology, manufacturing and
applications of composite materials.
CONFERENCE PROGRAMME
Tuesday, May 28, 2013
8:00 – 9:30
9:30
Registration, exhibition area set-up
Opening and welcome
PLENARY LECTURES
Composite nanofibres
Grégr J., Košťáková E., Technical University Liberec, Czech Republic
Wind energy composites: Development and use of resins, gelcoats
and adhesives
Van Buren A., Ashland Performance Materials, Kehl, Germany
11:15 – 11:30 C o f f e e b r e a k
11:30 – 13:00 Section ANALYSIS AND DESIGN
Chairmen: Josef Křena, Jaroslav Padovec
Debonding and buckling of filament wound vessel above saddle support
Padovec J., Consulting, Strength of plastic and composite structures, Prague, Czech Republic
A method of source functions for micromechanical analysis of composite
materials reinforced by unidirectional fibres with large aspect ratio
Žmindák M., Pelagič Z., Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Dept. of Applied Mechanics, Žilina,
Slovakia
Experimental verification and numerical model for fatigue properties of some
composite materials
Král M., Aeronautical Research and Test Institute, Prague, Czech Republic
Finite element analysis of wave propagation in composite tubes
Pelagič Z., Žmindák M., Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Dept. of Applied Mechanics, Žilina,
Slovakia
13:00 – 13:45 L u n ch b r e a k
13:45 – 16:45 Section TECHNOLOGY AND APPLICATION
Chairmen: Bronislav Foller, Jan Orlt
Testing of sandwich structures and tram roofs in practice
Padovec Z., Doubrava K, Růžička M., ČVUT Praha, Faculty of mechanical engineering, CR
6sigma by force of structural bonding with MMA adhesives
Mayer Ch., Mayer & Mayer HandelsgmbH, Markt Allhau, Austria
AIREX – “We offer core solution”
Szilagyi S., Airex AG, Speciality Foams, Sins, Switzerland
Fly ash based thermoplastic composites
Pospíšil L., Křivánek J., Polymer Institute Brno, Czech Republic
Coffee break
Thermal behaviour of geocement composite
Kovářík T. 1, Kadlec J. 1, Rieger D. 1, Říha J. 1, Novotný P. 1, Kullová L. 1, Franče P. 2,
University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, NTC1, UUD2 Czech Republic
Pultrusion technology of inorganic matrix composites
Foller B1., Roubíček P2.
1
New Technology – Research Centre, University of West Bohemia in Pilsen, Czech Republic
2
České lupkové závody a.s., Nové Strašecí, Czech Republic
17:00
Transfer to Brewery House Černice (www.purkmistr.cz)
bus available (incl.stop at Hotel Victoria, dept. at 17:45)
18:00
Excursion in Brewery Černice with English guide, beer tasting
20:00
Evening party
(bus transport back to Hotel Victoria ensured)
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
9:00 – 12:00 Section MATERIALS, PROPERTIES, TESTING
Chairmen: Eva Nezbedová, František Socha
Informational value of selected methods of non-destructive material
testing to be applied on short-fibre reinforced polymer composites
and polymer nanocomposites
Lach R.1, Schoßig M.2,3, Bierögel Ch.4, Wolfgang Grellmann1,4
1
Polymer Service GmbH Merseburg, Germany
2
University of Applied Science Merseburg, Department of Engineering and Natural
Sciences, Germany
3
Institute of Polymer Materials, Merseburg, Germany
4
Martin-Luther University Halle-Wittenberg, Centre of Engineering, Halle (Saale), Germany
Polypropylene particulate composite – preparation, morphology
and mechanical properties
Nezbedová E.1, Krčma F.2, Pospíšil L.1, Lach R.3
1
Polymer Institute Brno, Czech Republic
2
Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic
3
Polymer Service GmbH, Merseburg, Germany
Experimental evaluation to characterize the shear deformation behaviour
of hybrid yarn based textiles
Hufenbach W., Maron B., Mertel A., Langkamp A., TU Dresden, Germany
Coffee
break
Evaluation of adhesion on fibre-matrix interface of polymer composites
with controlled interface using microindentic test
Knob A1, Babik A.1, Čech V1, Drzal L.T.2
1
Institute of chemical materials, Chemical faculty, VUT Brno, Czech Republic
2
Composite Materials and Structure Center, East Lansing, Michigan, USA
Composite materials of decreased flammability
Vavrečková D1., Rusnák V.2, Kotek I.1
1
SYNPO a.s., Pardubice, 2 FORM s.r.o., Horní Lideč, Czech Republic
12:00 – 12:45
L u n ch b r e a k
12:45 – 16:30 Section MATERIALS, PROPERTIES, TESTING
Chairmen: Eva Nezbedová, František Socha
SAERTEX – lightweight structural core for high performance sandwich
structures
Ščerba M., Saertex GmbH, Czech Republic
Monitoring of composite structure failures during loading process
Weis M., Aeronautic Institute, FSI -TU Brno, Czech Republic
Advanced testing of polymer composites by means of thermal analysis
Schmölzer S., NETZSCH-Gerätbau GmbH, Applications Laboratory, Selb, Germany
The new Perseus STA 449: Direct coupling of simultaneous thermal analysis
(STA) and Fourier-Transform-Infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy.
Schindler A.1, Neumann G.1, Rager A.2, Füglein E.1, Blumm J.1, Denner T.1
1
NETZSCH-Gerätbau GmbH, Applications Laboratory, Selb, Germany
2
BRUKER Optik GmbH, Ettlingen, Germany
Thermal diffusivity and thermal conductivity of polymer composites using
the laser flash technique
Stolbitzer D., Lindemann A., NETZSCH-Gerätbau GmbH, Applications Laboratory,
Selb, Germany
Advantage of the TG-GCMS-coupling in the polymer field
Fischer C., Füglein E., Post E., Hanss J., NETZSCH-Gerätbau GmbH, Applications Laboratory,
Selb, Germany
16:30
Close of the conference
During the conference there is a posibility to discuss issues with the
authors of the poster section and review the technical literature and
samples of exhibiting companies.
Poster Section
Presentation of NETZSCH Gerätebau
Giersing L., NETZSCH-Gerätbau GmbH, Applications Laboratory, Selb, Germany
Study of textile composites imperfections with basalt and carbon reinforcement
Salačová J., TU Liberec, Czech Republic
Change the properties of composite materials with polysiloxan matrix influenced
by curing temperature
Maršálková M., Grégr J., TU Liberec, Czech Republic
Methods of modeling and experimental measurement of polysiloxane based
ceramic matrix properties
Tomková B., Grégr J., Maršálková M., TU Liberec, Czech Republic
Glued joints titanium/polytetrafluorethylene
Podzimek J., VZLÚ Prague, Czech Republic
ORGANIZATION HINTS
Place and date
Pilsen-Borska pole, Plzeň Science and Technology Park, Teslova 3,
GPS: 49°43´25.66´´ S 13°20´12.53´´ V
April 27-28th, 2011
Conference languages:
Czech and English. Simultaneous translation is provided.
Accommodation:
The accommodation in the Hotel Victoria (www.hotel-victoria.cz)
In this case, guaranteed Conference room rate 975,-CZK for singles and 1425,-per
double room.
Participation fees:
The participation fee for a regular participant is 130 EUR
The participation fee includes:
x Conference proceedings
x Drinks and lunch during breaks
x Simultaneous translation
x Excursion in Pilsen Urquell and Evening party
We ask you to pay the participant fee on the account number until May 13th:
SWIFT address: KOMBCZPPXXX
IBAN CZ0401000000004845500267
Bank Code: 0100
Detail of payment: 614002
Beneficiary: Zapadoceska univerzita v Plzni, Univerzitni 8, 306 14 Plzen, Czech
Republic
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In special case it is possible to pay the participation fee cash (3200 CZK) by
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