FIFTH WORLD CONFERENCE ON 3D FABRICS AND THEIR APPLICATIONS

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FIFTH

WORLD CONFERENCE ON 3D FABRICS AND THEIR
APPLICATIONS



December 16
-
17
, 201
3, IIT, Delhi


To register go to www.texeng.co.uk.



PROGRAMME


Monday, December 16, 2013

8
-
00 to 9
-
00 Registration

9
-
00

Welcome

Plenary 1

Chair:
Professor Chattopadhyaya

9
-
2
0

Emeritus Professor John
Hearle, TexEng Software Ltd, M
a
n
chester, UK.

33
Y
ears of 3D Fabrics


Future Challenges and Opportunities
.

9
-
50

Professor
Thomas Gries, I
nstitut für Textiltechnik
,

RWTH Aachen, Germany.


Advances in 3D Textile Production.

10
-
20

Dr

Amir Islam, Bally Ribbon Mills, Pennsylvania, USA.

3D Woven Fabric Structures, their Applications, and 3D Weaving Technologies.

10
-
50
Tea/coffee

Plenary 2

Chair: Dr Xiaogang Chen

11
-
2
0

Professor Nandan Khokar, Biteam AB, Sweden.


Making t
he Uniaxial Noobi
ng Process Industrially Relevant.

11
-
50

Dr Prasad Potluri, University of Manchester, UK

Two Decades of Robotics in Textiles, from Objective Evaluation of Fabrics to
Complex 3D Fibre Architectures.

12
-
2
0

Professor Subhash Anand, University of Bolton, U.K.

D
evelopment of Three Dimensional Pressure Relieving Cushions for Prevention
of Pressure Sores.

12
-
50

Professpr Masayuki Takatera, Shinshu Unuversity, Ueda, Japan.

Effect of dot type adhesive and yarn float on shear stiffness of laminated fabric.

1
-
20

Lunch

Parallel 1A
: Composites (1)

Chair: Dr Prasad Potluri

2
-
2
0

Rahulswaroop

Verma
, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India.

Development
of Wind Turbine Blade Material Using
3D Woven
Composite.

2
-
4
5

Ankush

Kamble
,
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India.

Development
and Characterisation of 3D Woven Fabrics and their Composites.

3
-
10
Balaguru

Iyyappan
,
PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore, India,

A Review on the Advancement, Advantages and Applications of 3D Composites.

3
-
3
5

Andreas Koch,
I
nstitut für Tex
tiltechnik der RWTH Aachen, Germany

Mechanical Properties of 3
-
DTextile Reinforced Concrete Incorporated with
Capillary Tubes.


Parallel 1B
:
Properties

Chair:
P
rofessor
Bhuvenesh Goswami

2
-
2
0

Professor Apurba

Das,
Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, Indi
a.

Heat Transmission through 3D Fabric Assemblies under Different Convective
Modes.

2
-
4
5

Benedikt

Wendland
,
I
nstitut für Textiltechnik der RWTH Aachen, Germany.

Bending and Impact Properties o
f Non
-
Crimp 3D Interlock Weaves.

3
-
1
0

Dr
Suresh

Jakhar
, Symbiosi
s International University, Pune, India.

Structure Properties Relationship of 3D Woven Structures.

3
-
3
5

Professor
Uday

Patil
,
Textile & Engineering Institute, Kolhapur, India

Testing of 3D Fabrics.

4
-
00

Tea/coffee

Parallel 2A
: Machines and Production

Chair
: Dr Amir Islam

4
-
3
0

Ashvin

Rathod
, VJTI, Bombay. India.

3D Fabric Producing Machine.

4
-
55

Juhi

Kushwaha
, Advanced Systems Laboratory, DRDO, Hyderabad, India.

Development of Weaving Machine for 3
-
Dimensional Integrally Woven Fabric
and 3
-
Dimensional Woven
Carbon
-
Carbon Preforms.

5
-
2
0

Dharmendra

Pandey
,
Uttarpradesh Textile Technology Institute, Kanpur, India.

Development of 3D Woven Preform with Conventional Weaving Technique.

5
-
4
5

Rajendra

Dhakar
, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India.

Development
of

3D
Woven Profiled Structures on Conventional
2D
Weaving.


Parallel 2B

Modelling

Chair:
Professor

Ishtiaque


4
-
3
0

AshwiniKumar

Dash,
College of Engineering and Technology, Bhubaneswar,
India

Modeling and Simulation of Impact behavior of 3D woven solid stru
ctures for
Ballistic Application.

4
-
55

BibhuPrasad

Dash,
College of Engineering and Technology, Bhubaneswar, India.

An Investigation into the Mechanical Behavior and FE Modeling of
3D Woven
Composites.

5
-
2
0

Dr Rajesh

Mishra, Technical University of Liberec
, Czech Republic.

Modelling and Simulation of 3D Woven Fabrics Impact Loading Properties.

5
-
4
5

SwayamSiddha

Mishra,

College of Engineering and Technology, Bhubaneswar,
India.

Geometrical Modelling of 3D Woven Constructions for Design of Textile
Structural

Composites.

6
-
1
0

Close


Tuesday
, December 1
7
, 2013

Plenary 3

Chair: Professor John Hearle

9
-
00

Alan Prichard,
25 year
s with

Boeing, Aerospace Consultant, Seattle, USA
.

Some developments in 3D weaving on carbon fiber aerostrcutures

(by
video)
.

9
-
30


Profes
sor Andrew Walker, University of Manchester, UK
.

Growth
Opportunities
f
or Composites
i
n Aerospace
.

10
-
00

Professor Bijoy Behera. Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India.



Opportunities and Challenges

for 3D fabrics in India

10
-
30

Professor Jiri Militk
y, Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic.

Modeling and Simulation of 3
-
D Woven Fabrics Drapability for
Composite Applications.

11
-
00

Tea/coffee

Plenary 4

C
h
a
ir
:

Professor Bijoy Behera.

11
-
30

Dr Xiaogang Chen, University of Manchester, UK



Geome
trical Modelling of 3D Woven Fabrics.

12
-
00

Professor Alexander Buesgen, Niederrhein University of Applied
Sciences, Germany.



Serial Capability and Productivity of Woven 3D Shapes.

12
-
30

Professor Abdel
-
Fattah Seyam,
North Carolina State University, Rale
igh,

NC,

USA.

Smart Composites: Evaluation of Signal Response of Embedded Polymeric
Optical Fibers into 3D Orthogonal Woven Composite during Manufacturing and
Under Bending.

1
-
00 Lunch

Parallel 3A
: Composites (2)

Chair:

Professor Abdel
-
Fattah Seyam

2
-
00

Ku
ndan

Verma
, CSIR
-
National Aerospace Laboratories, Kodihalli, India.

Novel Design of Co
-
cured Composite ‘T’ Joints with Integrally Woven 3D
Inserts.

2
-
2
5

Dr
Naveen

Padaki
, Central Silk Board, Bangalore, India.

Studies
on Multilayered Textile Composites:
Eff
ect
of Preform Structure on
Tribological Properties.

2
-
5
0

Professor P
remsagar

Bhanawat
, College of Engineering and Technology, Akola,
India.

Application of 3 D Wovens for Light Weight Composites.

3
-
15

Vijay

Baheti
,
Technical University of Liberec, Czech Re
public.

Filling of fly ash nanoparticles in reinforced epoxy composites of 3D woven
glass fabrics.


Parallel 3B
: Geometry

Chair:
Professor Jiri Militky

2
-
00

Dr
Dhaval
Jetavat
, University of Manchester, UK.

Characterisation
of Yarn Path Variations in Comple
x Textile Preforming
Processes
-

an Experimental and Analytical Investigation.

2
-
25

Dr
Biswapati

Chatterjee
,

Government College of Engineering and Textile
Technology,Serampore, India.


The Geometry of Multiaxis Three Dimensional Flat Woven Structure.

2
-
50

Viktoria

Schrank
,
Institut für Textiltechnik der RWTH, Aachen, Germany.

Categorization of 3
-
Dimension Textile Structures and Applications.

3
-
15

Dr
Xueliang

Xiao
,
Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China.

Geometrical
Modelling of Waffle Woven Fabric Architec
ture.

3
-

40 Tea/coffee

Parallel 4A
:
Medical applications

and spacer fabrics.

Chair: Professor Subhash Anand

4
-
00

Dr Edith

Classen, Hohenstein Institute, Boennigheim, Germany.

Improvement of the Physiological Function and Comfort of Textile Products
with Sp
acer Fabrics.

4
-
25

Dr Levent

Onal, Erciyes University, Bolumu Kayseri, Turkey.

Antibacterial and Comfort Characteristics of Wearable Conductive Functional
3D Knitted Spacer Fabrics.

4
-
50

Siw

Eriksson, University of Borås, Sweden.

3D Composite Textile Char
acteristics Relevant in Pressure Ulcer Management.

5
-
15

Professor Thanikaivimal

Jayaprakasam, R.V.S. College of Engineering and
Technology, Dindigul, India.

Analysis of Knot Strength and Characteristics of Sutures in Human Body
Temperature and Blood pH.

5
-
40
Ghanshyam Neje
,

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India.

Design and Development of 3D Woven Spacer Fabrics on Conventional
Weaving Machine for Structural Composites.


Parallel 4
B:
Issues for 3D fabrics and composites.

Chair:
Professor Vijay Kothari

4
-
00

Dr
Mehmet

Ince
, Gaziantep University, Turkey.

Fiber Volume Fraction Control
o
f 3D

Orthogonal Woven Preforms
i
n Terms
o
f
Constituent Yarns’ Aspect Ratio.

4
-
25

Dr Amit

Rawal,

Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India.

Tensile Mechanics of Multilayered

Braided Structures.

4
-
50

Dr
Parthasarathi

Mandal University of Manchester, UK.

Application of ABAQUS beam model to modelling mechanical properties of
woven fabrics.

5
-
15

Jitendra
Singh, Indian Institute of Technology Delhi, India.

Optimization of Processi
ng Conditions for Production of 3D Woven Composites.

5
-
40
VijayShankar

Khoiwal,
Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic.

Application of Textile Waste for Development of 3D Fabrics and Composites.

6
-
05

Close


POSTERS


Akansha Gupta, Kusum Healthcare

Pvt.Ltd, Noida, India.

Gain More Knowledge in Fabrics.

Barbara Guimaraes, University of São Paulo, Brazil.

Physicochemical Characterization of Brazilian Species
-

Sidastrum
Paniculatum.and Sida Rhombifolia
-

Malvaceae Family and their Microscopic
Structur
e

Professor
Julia Baruque
-
Ramos
,

University of São Paulo, Brazil.


Potential Employment of Malvaceae Species in Composites.

Prof
essor
Premsagar Bhanawat
, College of Engineering and Technology, Akola, India.


Application of 3 D Wovens for Light Weight Comp
osites.

Shambhuling Sthavarmath
, Siddaganga Institute of Technology. Karnataka, Imdia.

Synthesis, Characterisation and Tribiological properties on hybrid metal matrix
composites.

Tripti Aggarwal
,
V.M.L.G Gaziabad, India.

Dyeing Fabrics Using Waste Fruit Pe
els and Constructing Womens Accessories/

Welton Zonatti
, University of São Paulo, B razil.


An alternative for textile recycling: sustainable composites.