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TECHNICAL PROGRAM 2017

TENTATIVE TECHNICAL PROGRAM

DAY 1 | OCTOBER 17TH 2017 |

7:20      REGISTRATION & BREAKFAST

8:00     ASIDIC 2017 Welcome Address and Scientific Committee Introduction

8:05     Keynote Lecture by Dr. Joseph Pellettiere
Chief Scientific and Technical Advisor – Crash Dynamics
FAA Aviation Safety

TECHNICAL SESSION 1A: STRUCTURAL CRASHWORTHINESS

Session Chairs: Mostafa Rassaian, Boeing Research and Technology; Chiara Bisagni, Delft University of Technology

9:00     Test-Analysis Correlation of Airframe and ATD Responses for a Full Scale Drop Test of an F28 Fuselage Section
Martin S. Annett
NASA – Langley Research Center

9:20     Crash Simulation of a Vertical Drop Test of Commuter Crass Aircraft Fuselage Section
Hiromitsu Miyaki, Takao Okada, Yuichiro Aoki
JAXA  – Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

9:40      Optimisation of Energy Absorbing Stages in Helicopters
Paolo Astori, Luca Bertoni, Ciro Spada, Roberto Ruiz Melian
Politecnico di Milano / Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

10:00     Coffee and Tea Break

10:20    Full Scale Drop Test of a Fokker F28 Forward Fuselage Section onto Soil
Justin Littell
NASA – Langley Research Center

10:40     Drop Test Certification Modeling of AFP Composites Fuselage, Considering Passenger Safety
F. Abdi, Z. Gürdal, D. Huang
AlphaSTAR Corp / McNAIR Center, University of South Carolina

11:00     Experimental and Numerical Investigation of Crashworthy Composite Helicopter Subfloors
Ill Kyung Parka, Sung Joon Kima, Tae-Uk Kima
KARI – Korea Aerospace Research Institute

11:20     A Review of Experimental and Numerical Activities on Composites Crashworthiness Performed at the University of Bologna
Francesco Rondina – PhD candidate
University of Bologna

11:40     Use of Advanced Non-Linear Dynamic Analysis Techniques for Engine Pod/Pylon Separation Due to Overload Crashworthiness Events
Alan Melling, Marwan Al-Khalil
Airbus

12:00 – 1:00   Lunch Break

1:00    Keynote Lecture: Crashworthiness & Impact Dynamics: Analysis Supported by Test
Wilhelm Doeland
Structures Expert, Certification Directorate
EASA – European Aviation Safety Agency

2:00   Full Scale Drop Test of a Metallic and Composite Bussines Jet Fusselage Section
Gerardo Olivares, Robert Huckulak, Luis Manuel Gomez
NIAR – National Institute for Aviation Research

2:20   Certification of Composite Aerostructures Against Impact Conditions Using Analysis Supported by Test
Nigel Pready
Frazer-Nash Consultancy Ltd.

2:40   High End Scanning and Virtual Reality Visualizations Techniques for Aerospace Crashworthiness
Jeff Fisher, Gerardo Olivares
NIAR – National Institute for Aviation Research

3:00    Coffee and Tea Break

TECHNICAL SESSION 1B: EXPERIMENTAL METHODS IN COMPOSITES

Session Chairs: Javier Herrero, Boeing Commercial Airplanes; Joseph Pellettiere, FAA – Federal Aviation Administration

3:20   Development of A Building Block Approach For Crashworthiness Testing Of Composites
Daniel O. Adams, Mark Perl
University of Utah

3:40    Material Characterization and Model Calibration for Aerospace Crashworthiness
Pawel B. Woelke, Badri K. Hiriyur, Juan G. Londono
VistaMat

4:00    Simulation of Dynamic Crushing of Composite Structures using two Intra-Laminar Damage Models Implemented in LS-DYNA and ABAQUS/Explicit
T. Feser, M. Waimer, D. Schueler, N. Toso-Pentecôte, J. Reiner, N. Zobeiry, S. Abouali, R. Vaziri
 DLR – German Aerospace Center / University of British Columbia

4:20    Crashworthiness Experiment and Stacked Shell Simulation of Composite Thin-Walled Circular Tubes Subject to Axial Compression
Haolei Mou, Xuehang Zhang, Congyao Ma, Jiang Xie, Zhenyu Feng
Civil Aviation University of China

4:40    Infrared Thermography for Damage Monitoring at High Strain Rates
J. Berthe, G. Portemont
ONERA – French National Aerospace Research Center

5:00    End of Day 1 Technical Sessions

DAY 2 | OCTOBER 18TH 2017 |

7:30      BREAKFAST

8:00     Keynote Lecture: Dynamic Multiphysics Simulation Supporting Accident Root Cause Identification
Dr. Michel Mahé
Senior Expert for Dynamic Analysis
Airbus Commercial Aircraft

TECHNICAL SESSION 2A: DITCHING

Session Chairs: Alan Melling, Airbus; Nathalie Toso, DLR – German Aerospace Center

9:00    Flexible Structures Response to Ditching Loads
J.T. Viana, G. Pastor and H. Climent
Airbus Defence and Space

9:20    Influence of Structural Deformations on Hydrodynamic Loads During Ditching
M.H. Siemann, D. Kohlgrüber, N. Toso
DLR – German Aerospace Center

9:40    Detailed Modelling for Helicopter Ditching Simulation Using Coupled FE-Eulerian and FE-Meshless Methods
James Campbell
Brunel University London

10:00    Coffee and Tea Break

10:20    Full-scale Aircraft Ditching Prediction using Compressible Fluid-solid Interactive Strategy
Brandon Horton, Yangkun Song, Javid Bayandor
Virginia Tech

10:40    Aircraft Ditching Simulation: A Comparative Analysis of Advanced Coupled Fluid-Structure Computational Methods
B. Langrand, M.H. Siemann
ONERA – French National Aerospace Research Center / DLR – German Aerospace Center

 

TECHNICAL SESSION 2B: HIGH VELOCITY IMPACT – BIRD STRIKE

Session Chairs: Michel Mahé, Airbus Commercial Aircraft; J. Michael Pereira, NASA

11:00     SAE Gelatin Bird Substitute
Julian M, Reed
Rolls Royce

11:20    Analysis of Bird-Strike under Blunt and Splitting Impact
S. A. Ritt, A. F. Johnson, H. F. Voggenreiter
DLR – German Aerospace Center

11:40    Assessment of Modelling Tools for the Prediction of Bird-Strike on Aircraft Leading Edge Structure
David Delsart, Bertrand Langrand, Cloé Durupt, Vincent Jacques
ONERA – French National Aerospace Research Center / DASSAULT Aviation

12:00 – 1:00   Lunch Break

1:00    Overview of Bird Strike Modelling, Testing, Current and Future Certification Approaches in Airbus Helicopters
Alice Vagnot, Florent Boyer, Johannes Markmiller
Airbus Helicopters

 

1:20    Computational Modeling of Bird Strike Impacts on Aircraft Structures: Results and Conclusions
James Mathis
Southwest Research Institute

1:40    Experimental and Computational Simulation of Bird Impacts on Flat and Sharp Objects
J. Michael Pereira, Martin S. Annett
NASA Glenn Research Center / NASA Langley Research Center

TECHNICAL SESSION 2C: HIGH VELOCITY IMPACT – HAIL STRIKE

Session Chairs: Mostafa Rassaian, Boeing Research and Technology; Nathalie Toso, DLR – German Aerospace Center

2:00    Study of the Impact Behavior of Simulated Hailstone
P. Deconincka, M. Bourcierb, K. Soobbarayenc, P-L. Héreila, A. Philipb, A. Combescurec
Thiot-Ingenierie

2:20    Hail Impact on Transparent Ceramic Samples
Markus Janewers
IABG mbH

2:40    Experimental Investigation of High Velocity Ice Impacts on Carbon Fiber Composite Laminates
Guanglan Liao, Wei Chen, Gang Luo
NUAA – Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics

3:00    Investigation of Hailstone Impact Damage on Composite Wing Leading Edge
Cody Godines, Frank Abdi, Vincent Pieuchot, Shahram Aivazzadeh
AlphaSTAR Corp / Université de Bourgogne

3:20    Coffee and Tea Break

TECHNICAL SESSION 2D: AIRCRAFT INTERIORS – SEATS

Session Chairs: Michel Mahé, Airbus Commercial Aircraft; Alan Melling, Airbus

3:40    Smarter Testing through Dynamic Simulation
Jan M Leon, Kabir Mohammed, Shawn Li
The Boeing Company

4:00    Seat Cushion Substitution on Large Transport Aircraft
Paolo Astori, Enzo Canari2, Andrea Scialpi
Politecnico di Milano / EASA – European Aviation Safety Agency

4:20   Range Of Stature Of ATD’s
Hyunsok Pang, Mike Haycraft, Daniel Londonson, Kevin Keeslar
AmSafe

4:40    Development of an Aeronautical Crashworthy Seatfor the Fatal Head Injuries Using Design of Experiments
F. Liccardo, B. Vitolo, S. Cicatiello, F. Marulo, A. Vanacore, F. Caputo, M. Guida
GEVEN / University of Naples

TECHNICAL SESSION 2E: AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS – LANDING GEAR

Session Chairs: Michel Mahé, Airbus Commercial Aircraft; Alan Melling, Airbus

5:00    Landing Gear Impact: Numerical and Experimental Drop Test Validation
M. Castaldo
Magnaghi Aeronautica

5:20     Technical Program Recap and Closing Remarks

5:30     Conference Group Picture – NCAT Hangar

5:45     Transportation to Kansas Aviation Museum

CONFERENCE DINNER AT THE KANSAS AVIATION MUSEUM

6:00     Reception & Conference Dinner

8:40     Transportation back to NCAT from Kansas Aviation Museum

DAY 3 | OCTOBER 19TH 2017 |

7:30     BREAKFAST

WORKSHOP I: COMPOSITE SEAT STRUCTURES

8:00 – 12:00     (Workshop Program Details Coming Soon)
Location: NCAT Auditorium

12:00 – 1:00   Lunch Break

WORKSHOP II: UAS – AIRBORNE AND GROUND COLLISIONS

1:00 – 5:00     (Workshop Program Details Coming Soon)
Location: NCAT Auditorium

SAE G-28 SIMULANTS FOR IMPACT AND INGESTION TESTING COMMITTEE MEETING – DAY 1

(Full Meeting Details Coming Soon)
Location: NCAT Room s-210
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DAY 4 | OCTOBER 19TH 2017 |

SAE G-28 SIMULANTS FOR IMPACT AND INGESTION TESTING COMMITTEE MEETING – DAY 2

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Location: NCAT Room s-210
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NIAR / WSU INNOVATION CAMPUS TOURS

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