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SAE 2010

Aerospace Manufacturing and Automated Fastening Conference & Exhibition (AMAF)

Technology for the Next Generation Aircraft

September 28-30, 2010 · Century II Convention Center · Wichita, Kansas, USA

Join us at SAE's premiere aerospace event dedicated to the tools, materials, technology and process advancements designed to improve assembly and manufacturing practices. Including: · · · · · · · · AutomatedFastening/Assembly&Tooling (AeroFastInternational) CompositesMaterialsandProcessing InformationTechnology Lean/SixSigma/SupplyChain Ferrous/NonferrousMetalsandProcessing Structures AutomatedManufacturing Sustainability

Plus! Technical Tours · SpiritAeroSystems · HawkerBeechcraft

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SAE 2010

Aerospace Manufacturing and Automated Fastening Conference & Exhibition (AMAF)

Technology for the Next Generation Aircraft

Overview

TheSAE2010AerospaceManufacturingandAutomatedFasteningConference&Exhibition(AMAF)istheforum wheretheaircraftmanufacturingandassemblycommunitieswillgathertodiscusscurrentandfuturechallenges, opportunities,andrequirementsofnext-generationaircraftR&D,products,andsystems. Technicalsessions,livelypaneldiscussions,extendedpeer-to-peerinteraction,aircraftmanufacturingtoursand exhibitionwilldrawleadingengineers,scientists,designers,andprogrammanagersfromtheprivatesector,government andresearchfacilitiesinvolvedindevelopingthetechnologiesandsolutionsthatwillshapeourindustry'sfuture. Amongthetopicsthatwillbecoveredinclude: · AutomatedFastening/Assembly&Tooling(AeroFastInternational) · CompositesMaterialsandProcessing · InformationTechnology · Lean/SixSigma/SupplyChain · Ferrous/NonferrousMetalsandProcessing · Structures · AutomatedManufacturing · Sustainability Don't miss this key event covering materials, manufacturing and fastening of aerospace structures!

September 28-30, 2010 · Century II Convention Center · Wichita, Kansas, USA

2010 General Chair

Forrest Urban VicePresidentof Assembly/Operationsfor theFuselageSegment Spirit AeroSystems Inc.

Who Should Attend?

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DesignEngineers ManufacturingEngineers MaterialsEngineers ProcessEngineers AssemblyandAutomationPersonnel Managers Suppliers MilitaryinAerospace

Technical Program Chairs

Dan Thurnau ManufacturingResearchand DevelopmentEngineer Spirit AeroSystems Inc. Jeffrey D. Morgan SeniorPrincipleEngineer,EME TheBoeingCompany

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Preliminary Conference Agenda*

Monday September 27 Tuesday September 28

7:00 a.m. ­ 5:30 p.m. Registration Hours 8:30 ­ 9:30 a.m. Welcome, Plenary Keynote Address and Awards Presentation 9:30 ­ 10:00 a.m. Networking Break Exhibits Open 10:00 ­ 11:30 a.m. Technical Sessions

Wednesday September 29

7:00 a.m. ­ 5:30 p.m. Registration Hours 8:00 ­ 9:30 a.m. Technical Sessions

Thursday September 30

7:00 ­ 8:00 a.m. Technical Tour Check-In 8:30 ­ 11:00 a.m. Spirit AeroSystems Tour Bus will leave promptly at 8:05 a.m. 10:30 a.m. ­ 1:15 p.m. Hawker-Beechcraft Tour Bus will leave promptly at 10:05 a.m.

Tour spaces are limited. Separate registration required.

9:30 ­ 10:00 a.m. Networking Break Exhibits Open 10:00 ­ 11:30 a.m. Technical Sessions

11:30 a.m. ­ 1:00 p.m. Lunch Exhibits Open 1:00 ­ 3:00 p.m. Technical Sessions 3:00 ­ 5:30 p.m. Registration Hours 6:00 ­ 9:00 p.m. Welcome Reception Kansas Aviation Museum 3:00 ­ 3:30 p.m. Networking Break Exhibits Open 3:30 ­ 5:00 p.m. Technical Sessions 5:00 ­ 6:30 p.m. Reception in Exhibit Hall Exhibits Open

11:30 a.m. ­ 1:00 p.m. Lunch Exhibits Open 1:00 ­ 3:00 p.m. Technical Sessions 3:00 ­ 3:30 p.m. Networking Break Exhibits Open 3:30 ­ 5:00 p.m. Technical Sessions 5:00 ­ 6:30 p.m. Reception in Exhibit Hall Exhibits Open *Forup-to-dateeventinformation,visitwww.sae.org/amaf.

Exhibit Hours

SAE Professional Development Seminars

Held in conjunction with the SAE Aerospace Manufacturing and Automated Fastening Conference & Exhibition Seepage13forcoursedescriptions.Separateregistration& fee required. New! Aerospace Product Support: Sustainment Throughout the Life Cycle September27-28,2010 New! Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (Product & Process) in Aerospace September27-28,2010 Aerospace Coatings and Corrosion Control: Materials and Applications September28-30,2010

Tuesday,September28 Wednesday,September29 · 9:30a.m.-1:00p.m. · 3:00p.m.-6:30p.m.

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Event Highlights

Monday, September 27, 6:00-9:00 p.m.

Welcome Reception

Kansas Aviation Museum Whileyounetworkwithyourpeers,exploretheextensivedisplaysofaircraftand enginesfromthroughoutthehistoryofmodernaviation.Themuseumcurrentlyowns orhasonloanapproximately40historicallysignificantaircraftincluding: · · · · · BeechStarship BoeingB-52Stratofortress 1934Model73StearmanTrainer KC135Erefuelingtanker 1927LairdSwallow

Currentlywearesolicitingsponsorshipforthisactivity.Ifnosponsorcanbe arranged,therewillbeafeetoattendthisreceptionandmuseumtour.Pleasevisit towww.sae.org/amaffordetails. Tuesday, September 28, 8:30 a.m.

Welcome, Keynote & Awards Presentation

Plenary Keynote Address Future of Aviation Technology in Business, Commercial and Military Aircraft John Pilla SeniorVicePresident/GeneralManagerPropulsionSegment,SpiritAeroSystems,Inc. Abstract:Thepresentationwilladdresstheaspectsofmaterials,design,andmanufacturingofnext generationofaircraft.Additionally,itwilladdressdiversebusinessportfoliosthroughopeninnovations and leveraged collaborations for cost effective and rapid implementation of these technologies.

Awards Presentations Forest R. McFarland Award Recipient:Jeffrey D. Morgan,SeniorPrinciple Engineer,EME,TheBoeingCompany Thisawardrecognizesindividualsfortheir outstandingcontributionstowardthe workoftheSAEEngineeringMeetings Board(EMB).Thisincludestheplanning, development, and dissemination of technical information through technical meetings, conferences, and professional development programs or outstanding contributionstotheEMBoperationsinfacilitatingor enhancing the interchanges of technical information. Thomas H. Speller Award Recipient:Edmund Bella,VicePresident, TechnicalConsultanttoBroetjeAutomation, MancaInc. Thisawardrecognizesunusual achievementsofanindividualwho,through dedicated service, tireless efforts, high ideals,andvision,contributedsignificantly to the implementation of manufacturing processes and methodologies in the dedicated discipline of automated fastening machines and their applications. SAE Aerospace Chair Award Recipient:David Dotson,TheBoeing Company(Posthumously) Thisawardisgiventorecognize outstanding leadership demonstrated by chairs of committees under the Aerospace CouncilandAir&SpaceGroup.

Elmer A. Sperry Award Recipient:Boris Popov,Founder,Board Director,ChairmanEmeritusandcurrently DirectorofPublicAffairsforBallistic RecoverySystems(nowBRSAerospace) Thisawardcommemoratesthelifeand achievements of Elmer Ambrose Sperry, whosegeniusandperseverancecontributed somuchtosomanytypesoftransportation.TheElmer A.SperryAwardisgiveninrecognitionofadistinguished engineeringcontributionwhich,throughapplication,proved in actual service, has advanced the art of transportation whetherbyland,seaorair.

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Tuesday, September 28 & Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Evening Receptions in Exhibit Hall, 5:00-6:30 p.m.

Takeadvantageoftheopportunitytonetworkwithyourpeerswhilevisitingthedynamicdisplaysthroughoutthe ExhibitHall.

Virtual Career Fair

In an effort to ensure that SAE is providing the best resources for your career development opportunities and to better accommodatemorecompanies,SAEwillbeholdingaVirtualCareerFaironSeptember15ththatwilltaketheplaceofthe on-siteCareerFairattheAMAFConference.Pleasevisitwww.sae.org/virtualcareerfairforthelatestdetails.Also,besure tovisitwww.saecareercenter.orgtoviewthelatestjobsandtopostyourresume! Thursday, September 30

Technical Tours

OneofthekeyelementsoftheSAEAMAFConferencehasbeenthequalityofthetechnicaltours­andthisyearisno exception.WearepleasedtohaveSpiritAeroSystemsandHawkerBeechcraftparticipatingandallowingattendeestotour theirfacilities.Separateregistrationisrequired.Registerearly-spaceislimited.Visitwww.sae.org/amaftoregisterandfor complete tour information. Tour #1 Spirit AeroSystems, Inc. 737 & 787 Tour, 8:30 - 11:00 a.m. Limitedto80participants Thistourprovidesattendeestheuniqueopportunitytoseeboththe Boeing737and787aircraftassemblyandmanufacturinglines. Duringthe737portionofthetour,seeanadvancedmanufacturing assemblyprocessusedonNext-Generationfuselageproduction thatutilizesdetailpartfeaturessuchasholes,surfaces,andslots, to provide for "self location" of parts at assembly, in addition see the fabricationareaautomatedfastening,amongotherstate-of-the-art processes,toproducesub-structuresthatareeventuallytransported toamajorassemblyarea. Atthe787tourattendeeswillseeautomatedequipmenttolay-up andcureone-piececompositebarrelsforthe787.Thecompositeforwardfuselageinvolvesanumberofsteps,including co-curingstringersintotheskin,fiberplacement,curinginalargeautoclave,trimanddrillofthewindowsanddoor cutouts,edgeanddeburprocessandnon-destructiveinspection. Tour #2: Hawker Beechcraft Tour 10:30 a.m. - 1:15 p.m. Limitedto35participants TourtheproductionlinesforHawkerBeechcraftbusinessjetsandturbopropairplanes,includingtheKingAirs,Hawker 400XP,750&900XP,andthecompositePremierIA/IIandHawker4000.Thetourwillfeaturethelatestinnovationsin manual&automatedfasteningwithmetalandcompositeaerostructures.Theten-acreassemblylinefeaturesleanworkcells andalookinto"visual"workspace. Important Tour Information: The tours are open to paid Full Conference attendees only. Registration deadline is September 10, 2010. Space is limited. Pre-registration is required. Visit www.sae.org/amaf for complete tour descriptions, fee information and to register. Proof of U.S. citizenship is required. Photography is not permitted during the tours.

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SESSIONS at-a-glaNcE

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SESSIONS

tuESday Automated Fastening/Assembly & Tooling (AeroFast International) Automated Robotic Drill and Fastening Systems (Part 1 of 2)

10:00 a.m.

This session is dedicated to the advancements in automation in the fields of drilling and fastening applications. In recent years tremendous improvement has been achieved in these fields as new system concepts such as 6-axis anthropomorphic robots, crawler robots, and Parallel Kinematic Machines. This session also includes innovative end-effectors including orbital drilling, vision systems, and fastener installation and new system architecture. Organizers: Paul Thompson, Electroimpact Inc Chairpersons: Paul Thompson, Electroimpact Inc

tuESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures Aircraft Coatings Technologies

10:00 a.m.

The focus of this session is on the issues critical to successful coating application and measurement in aerospace application. Topics include but are not limited to: Robotic Coatings Applications, Non-Spray Specialty Coatings, Measurement Technologies and Performance Structure Manufacturing. Organizers: Melinda Miller, Boeing Co. Chairpersons: Melinda Miller, Boeing Co.

Coating Failure Detection System for the 3-ball-on-rod Rolling Contact Fatigue Machine

Peter Carl Vorum, Peter C. Vorum, LLC

The Automated Drilling System for Wing Panel (Written Only -- No Oral Presentation)

Hanjie Xue

Advanced Application Equipment for Robotic Aircraft Coating Systems (Oral Only)

Mark E. Dion, Durr Systems Inc.

Design for Manufacturing in Automated Airframe Assembly (Oral Only)

Stacey Keller, CENIT North America Inc; Jim Hossack, CENIT North America Inc.

A robotic method for polishing and repair of aircraft transparencies

Gary Douglas Burks, Global Aero Services Inc. Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

Precision Countersinking and Milling Without Adaptive Machine Feedback (Oral Only)

Rick Luepke, Lockheed Martin; jamie smith, Lockheed Martin Tactical Aircraft Sys

Robot Based Automated One Shot Drilling and Fastening

Joerg Bunke, ThyssenKrupp System Engineering Planned by Aerospace Automated Fastening Committee / Aerospace Manufacturing Activity

tuESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures Information Technologies (Part 1 of 2)

10:00 a.m.

This session is devoted to exploring the ever-growing contributions of information technology to product realization and manufacturing. These contributions include very granular examples, such as the use of FEA and modeling technology to address specific engineering challenges related to complex systems; maturing technologies, such as PQV, MES and PLM, that facilitate visibility of enterprise information; and emerging manufacturing related information technologies deserving new recognition. Organizers: Roberto Lu, Boeing Commercial Airplanes; Scott Mahrle, QMC LLC Chairpersons: Scott Mahrle, QMC LLC; Roberto Lu, Boeing Commercial Airplanes

tuESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures Advanced Low Cost Aircraft Structures

(Part 1 of 2)

10:00 a.m.

This session will address the ALCAS project and the specific goals it wishes to attain. Specifically, presentations will address reducing the operating costs of relevant European aerospace products by 15%. Topics include; cost-effective manufacturing and assembly, full application of carbon fibre composites to aircraft primary structures and challenges faced in reducing operating costs. The specific target products range from business jets to large civil airliners. Organizers: Mark Derren Summers, Airbus UK Chairpersons: Mark Derren Summers, Airbus UK

Shock Wave formation and Aerodynamic Heating in the Presence of a Protrusion on Flat Plate in High Speed Flow

Naweed A. Khan, Dell

Joint Stiffness Optimization Techniques (Written Only -- No Oral Presentation)

Kumar Nagappan, TCS

Digital Manufacture for Automated Assembly

Luke Huckin, Airbus UK

Working With Carbon Fibers in a 3D World (Oral Only)

Rani Richardson, Dassault Systemes

Horizontal Wing Assembly Automation

Gary Taylor, Kuka Automation

Challenges Faced on Type II Hollow Extrusion Quality Issues in Fabrication of Aerospace Components (Oral Only)

Pradip K. Saha, Boeing Co. Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

Verification of Fastener Modeling Techniques for Joining Composite and Metallic Assemblies

Brian Kitt, Spirit AeroSystems Europe, Ltd.; Chris Boshers, Spirit AeroSystems Inc. Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

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tuESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures Structural Health Monitoring

10:00 a.m.

This session will describe the life-safety and/or economic justification for performing the SHM, how damage is defined for the system being investigated and, for multiple damage possibilities, which cases are of the most concern, the conditions, both operational and environmental, under which the system to be monitored functions and the limitations on acquiring data in the operational environment. Organizers: Jerry Huang, Boeing Co.; George Nicholas Bullen, Northrop Grumman Corp; Ramesh Kolar, Naval Postgraduate School Chairpersons: George Nicholas Bullen, Northrop Grumman Corp; Ramesh Kolar, Naval Postgraduate School

tuESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures Advanced Metal Materials, Fabrication, and Joining Processes (Part 1 of 2)

1:00 p.m.

Advancements in the production of metallic structure continue 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. Organizers: Jeffrey Morgan, Boeing Commercial Airplanes Chairpersons: Jeffrey Morgan, Boeing Commercial Airplanes

A Fastener Analysis Addressing Various Types of Misfit and an Innovative Simple Design Solution

Vailore Anandan, Boeing Aircraft & Missile Systems

Development of Titanium alloy 555 High Strength Fasteners (Oral Only)

Liang Zeng, Alcoa Fastening Systems; Luke Haylock, Alcoa; Edgar Frias, Alcoa Inc; Gerhart Hufnagl, Alcoa Fastening System; Michael March, Alcoa Fastening system

Condition-based monitoring of composites with wireless embedded sensors

George Nicholas Bullen, Northrop Grumman Corp. Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

The Assessment of the Effect of Geometrical Symmetry and Shape of Parts Produced Through the Deep Drawing Operation in Comparison to Other Factors

Gholamhossein Mohammadi

tuESday Automated Fastening/Assembly & Tooling (AeroFast International) Automated Robotic Drill and Fastening Systems (Part 2 of 2)

1:00 p.m.

This session explores the advancements of automated robotic drilling and fastening processes in the aerospace industry, as well as accurate positioning methodologies, and challenges faced in the implementation. Included in this session are also advancements in the design and fabrication of aircraft assembly fixtures and tooling. Organizers: Bob Mock, Spirit AeroSystems Inc Chairpersons: Bob Mock, Spirit AeroSystems Inc

Fabrication of Titanium Aerospace Hardware using Elevated Temperature Forming Processes

Larry Hefti, Boeing Co. Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee/EMB Air and Space Group

tuESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures - Advanced Robotics and Automation Applications (Part 1 of 2)

1:00 p.m.

This session will address robotics and automotation as one of the key factors in aerospace advancement. Hear case-studies and technology advancements on the latest automation processes (tape lay, welding, de-burring) Organizers: Claude Perron, National Research Council; Scott Gillette, Northrop Grumman Chairpersons: Scott Gillette, Northrop Grumman

Robotic Cell to Drill and Fasten on Assembly with Small Radius Geometry

Claude Cibiel, Alema Automation

Solution for Automated Drilling in Composite Structures with a Standard Articulating Robot System

Torsten Mehlenhoff, Broetje-Automation Gmbh; Carsten Bloedorn, Broetje-Automation GmbH

Flexible Aerospace Manufacturing Systems Using Modular Assembly Cells (Oral Only)

Munir Ozdemir, Durr Systems Inc.

Drilling on Wings with Mobile Robotic Platform

Claude Cibiel, Alema Automation

Automated Induction Welding of Composite Components

Markus Gruber, Kuka

Cooperating Robot Technology for Airframe Assembly (Oral Only)

David Paul Masinick, Kuka Robotics

Robot Driven Automatic Tapehead for Complex Composite Lay-ups

Jacob H. Rower, Electroimpact Inc.

Applied Accurate Robotic Drilling for F35 Center Fuselage

Robotic De-Burring

Roger Holden, Richard Kingston, Nikon Metrology; Jim Heley, Ben Morgan, AMRC Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

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Russell Devlieg, Electroimpact Inc.; Todd Szallay, Northrop Grumman Corp. Planned by Aerospace Automated Fastening Committee / Aerospace Manufacturing Activity

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tuESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma & Supply Chain (Part 1 of 2)

1:00 p.m.

This session will address the use of Lean Tools and Techniques in aerospace manufacturing. Attendees will also hear casestudies on Lean Implementation and the application of the hybrid technique of Lean Six Sigma in the aerospace industry. Lastly this session will address the issues of Supply Chain (the 4 Ws) and the Dynamics of Supply Chain that are involved when dealing in a global manufacturing environment. Organizers: Benny Leppert, Boeing Co; Kevin Sweeney, Boeing Commercial Airplanes Chairpersons: Benny Leppert, Boeing Co; Kevin Sweeney, Boeing Commercial Airplanes

Aerospace Fastening utilizing Off-line Programming (Oral Only)

Robert Henry Hill, Spirit AeroSystems Inc.

Automatically Feeding and Installing Single Side Slave Fasteners

Jarrod A. Wallace, Electroimpact Inc.

Refurb of 767 ASAT Drill-Rivet-Lockbolt Machine with State-Of-The-Art CNC Controls

Dave Eckstein, Electroimpact Inc.; Italo Castellanos, Boeing Co. Planned by Aerospace Automated Fastening Committee / Aerospace Manufacturing Activity

Management Kaizen: Seven Lean Improvements Only Top Managers Can Make (Oral Only)

Bruce Hamilton, GBMP Inc.

tuESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures - Advanced Robotics and Automation Applications (Part 2 of 2)

3:30 p.m.

This session will address robotics and automation as key factors in aerospace advancement. Hear case-studies on the latest advancement in application of robot accuracy and how to measure robot accuracy. Organizers: Claude Perron, National Research Council; Scott Gillette, Northrop Grumman Chairpersons: Claude Perron, National Research Council

Reliability- the necessary condition for LEAN

David John Auda, Practical Reliability

Improving Supply Chain Collaboration using an Intelligent Technical Data Package (Oral Only)

Dan Z. Sokol, Renaissance Services

LDBR (Lean Design Build Roadmap) and the New Era of Cooperative Configuration- Challenging Traditional Value Stream Paradigms for Fun and Profit!

Jon B. Shaw, Boeing Commercial Airplanes Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

Adaptive Automated Assembly of Wing System Components

Philip Webb, Cranfield Univ.; Amir Kayani, Airbus Operations

Expanding the Use of Robotics in Airframe Assembly Via Accurate Robot Technology

Russell Devlieg, Electroimpact Inc.

tuESday Automated Fastening/Assemby & Tooling (AeroFast International) - Discussions In New Automation & Automated Fastening Technologies

3:30 p.m.

This session will address the advancements in automation in the fields of drilling and fastening applications. Topics of discussion included 6-axis anthropomorphic robots, crawler robots, and parallel kinematic machines as well innovative end-effectors such as; orbital drilling, vision systems, and fastener installation and new system architecture. Organizers: Gordon Allen, Boeing Co Chairpersons: Gordon Allen, Boeing Co

Standard Test Protocol for Large Volume Robot Applications

Roger Holden, Paul Lightowler , Richard Kingston , Nikon Metrology; Jim Heley, AMRC; Paul Stanyon, BAE SYSTEMS Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

Simulation of the solid rivet installation process

Samuel Baha II, Olaf Hesebeck, Fraunhofer IFAM

Removal of Ergo-Tech© blind bolt with hand Electrical Discharge removal tool (Written Only -- No Oral Presentation)

Edgar Frias, Alcoa Inc.; Al Yamamoto, Curtis Lea, Luke Haylock, Alcoa Inc

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tuESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures Direct Digital Manufacturing

3:30 p.m.

This session deals with the manufacture of detail parts through laser sintering, stereolithography, fused deposition modeling, and other emerging technologies. The session will explore technologies and methods for producing net or near net parts in various resins, plastics and metals directly from a CAD model that could employ design architectures that couldn't be achieved by other manufacturing methods. Organizers: Tim O'Dey, Royal Plastic Mfg Co; Benjamin Mussi, Boeing Co. Chairpersons: Tim O'Dey, Royal Plastic Mfg Co; Benjamin Mussi, Boeing Co. Organizers: Doug Decker, Northrop Grumman Corp; Douglas McCarville, Boeing Co; Brent Meredith, Northrop Grumman Chairpersons: Doug Decker, Northrop Grumman Corp; Douglas McCarville, Boeing Co; Brent Meredith, Northrop Grumman

Composite Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE) (Oral Only)

David Gayle

Max Launch Abort System (MLAS) Composite Fabrication and Assembly

Brian Mercier

Direct Manufacture of High Temperature Laser Sintered Components (Oral Only)

Tim O'Dey, Royal Plastic Mfg Co.

Development of a Highly Integrated Composite Torque Tube Structure

Travis Burchett Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

Factory Support using Direct Digital Manufacturing

Donald W. Coffland, Boeing Co. Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

tuESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures Lean Manufacturing, Six Sigma & Supply Chain (Part 2 of 2)

3:30 p.m.

This session will address the use of Lean Tools and Techniques in aerospace manufacturing. Attendees will also hear casestudies on Lean Implementation and the application of the hybrid technique of Lean Six Sigma in the aerospace industry. Lastly this session will address the issues of Supply Chain (the 4 Ws) and the Dynamics of Supply Chain that are involved when dealing in a global manufacturing environment. Organizers: Benny Leppert, Boeing Co; Kevin Sweeney, Boeing Commercial Airplanes Chairpersons: Benny Leppert, Boeing Co; Kevin Sweeney, Boeing Commercial Airplanes

wEdNESday Automated Fastening/Assembly & Tooling (AeroFast International) - Large Component Assembly Sub-Assembly, Major Section and Final Assembly

8:00 a.m.

This session will focus on new automated fastening machine configurations and implementation of the latest techniques and technologies for the assembly of metal and composite airframe subassemblies, Major section build-up,and final assembly joining (fuselage sections and wing). Organizers: Philip Webb, Cranfield University Chairpersons: Philip Webb, Cranfield University

Trajectory Planning of Aircraft Blocks Mergence System Based on Multi-Robot Coordination (Written Only -- No Oral Presentation)

Zhaocai DU, Beijing Aeronautical Manufacturing Techn

Design of Experiments for Engineers

David John Auda, Avox Systems Inc.

The iGPS Measurement Technology Application for the Aircraft Flexible Joint Assembly (Written Only -No Oral Presentation)

Jihua Zou, AVIC

The Aggressive Pursuit of Lean+

Kevin Naya, Boeing Space & Defense Systems Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

The effects of surface texture on fretting fatigue between fasteners and aluminum structure

Hasim Mulazimoglu, Alcoa Fastening Systems Planned by Aerospace Automated Fastening Committee / Aerospace Manufacturing Activity

tuESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures Composites Fabrications and Joining

The expanding usage of composite materials in the aerospace industry is driving a surge of interest in the fabrication and assembly of airframe skins, structures and exterior components. This session will focus on several areas of composites including new advances in fabrication and joining. It will also address issues regarding large structural manufacturing, structural health monitoring and thermal/ electrical structure concepts and applications.

wEdNESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures Composite Manufacturing

8:00 a.m.

The expanding usage of composite materials in the aerospace industry is driving a surge of interest fabrication and assembly of airframe skins, structures and exterior components. This session will focus on areas of composites including new advances in superstructures, large composite structure arrays, and approaches to enhance composite structures.

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Organizers: James H. Campbell, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co.; Jarrod W. Ridge, Royal Plastic Mfg Co.

Programming and Simulating Automated Fiber Placement (AFP) CNC Machines: How difficult could it be? (Oral Only)

Bill Hasenjaeger, CGTech.

wEdNESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures Metrology Automated Systems

8:00 a.m.

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. Organizers: Phil Crothers, Boeing Research & Technology; Roger Holden, Nikon Metrology UK Ltd; Todd Szallay, Northrop Grumman Corp Chairpersons: Todd Szallay, Northrop Grumman Corp; Phil Crothers, Boeing Research & Technology; Roger Holden, Nikon Metrology UK Ltd

Solution for dry fiber placement with a standard articulating robot system

Timo Dierssen, BROETJE-Automation GmbH; Torsten Mehlenhoff, Broetje-Automation Gmbh

Laser powered fibre placement of thermoplastic composite structures

Coert Kok, AFPT B.V.; Michael Brooksiek, Nils Krone, Joerg Bunke, ThyssenKrupp System Engineering

Automated NDT of difficult to access inner CFRP Structures

Andreas Schmidt, Joerg Bunke, ThyssenKrupp System Engineering; Andre Stieglitz, Faserinstitut Bremen e.V. Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

Metrology Assisted Composite Part Production

Roger Holden, Neil Brady , Paul Lightowler, Nikon Metrology; Jim Heley, Ben Morgan, Kevin Mee , AMRC

Robot Integrated Metrology for Complex Part Manufacturing

Roger Holden, Paul Lightowler, Neil Brady, Nikon Metrology

wEdNESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures Hybrid Metal / Composite Drilling and Assembly (Part 1of 2)

8:00 a.m.

With the need for lowering the cost and cycle time, structure designers are forced to combine composite and Titanium for join integrity and durability which causes more challenge during drilling and assembly of these parts. This session covers methods, tools, and technologies to enable manufacturability of hybrid joints while factoring in the most economical methods. Automated and lean/ portable automated drilling technologies and best drilling practices and assembly methods will be discussed. Organizers: Tanni Sisco, James DeLand, Boeing Co. Chairpersons: Tanni Sisco, Boeing Co.

Using Large Volume Metrology in the Final Assembly of Aircraft

Roger Holden, Metris UK Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

wEdNESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures RFID Applications in Aerospace

8:00 a.m.

RFID, beyond mandates and the retail industry, has become an enabler for quality control, asset management and value stream mapping. End users, including the Department of Defense, aerospace/automotive and retail, are implementing and realizing higher savings and efficiency levels, today, through the increased visibility provided by RFID. This seession will present and discuss the RFID impact on manufacturing, supply chains and traceability along with RFID's role in the business case. Organizers: George Nicholas Bullen, Northrop Grumman Corp Chairpersons: George Nicholas Bullen, Northrop Grumman Corp

Drilling Close Tolerance Holes in Hybrid Carbon Fiber Composite (CFRP) / Metal Stacks Using Pneumatic Drilling Motors

Richard Garrick, Kim Nixon, Shaun Condie, Precorp Inc.

Further Development of The Mini Flextrack Positioning System for Aircraft Manufacturing Processes (Oral Only)

Michael Woogerd, West Coast Industries; Alan Merkley, Boeing Co; Eric Reid, Boeing

RFID Technology and Applications in Aerospace

Jon Anderson, Technology Solutions Llc

Integration of RFID Technology for Monitoring Frozen Materials

George Nicholas Bullen, Northrop Grumman Corp.

Boeing Developed Vacuum Drill for FOD Free Composite Drilling

James Albert DeLand, Matt Kesterson, Boeing Co. Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

The evolution of RFID at Spirit AeroSystems (Oral Only)

Debbie Fogg, Spirit AeroSystems Inc. Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

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wEdNESday Automated Fastening/Assembly & Tooling (AeroFast International) - New and Enhanced Fasteners

10:00 a.m.

New fastening systems pursue the complementary goals of reducing cost, weight, assembly time, field maintenance, and environmental impact. Improved design strength, materials, ergonomics, and feeding/driving systems have enabled many of these goals to be met without sacrificing performance. Organizers: Anthony Goddard, GEMCOR Chairpersons: Anthony Goddard, GEMCOR

wEdNESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures High Output Composites (Part 1 of 3)

10:00 a.m.

The expanding usage of composite materials in the aerospace industry is driving a surge of interest in increasing production of airframe skins, structures and exterior components. This session will focus on higher output through automated manufacturing methods technology. It will also address issues regarding large structural manufacturing. Organizers: Carroll G. Grant, Aerospace Composites Consulting; Vernon Benson, ATK Space Systems Chairpersons: Vernon Benson, ATK Space Systems; Carroll Grant, Aerospace Composites Consulting

An Improved Anti-Rotation Key-Recess Configuration For Aerospace Fasteners

Rodrigo Pinheiro, Richard Lantow, Luke Haylock, Kevin Marshall, Alcoa Fastening Systems

Producing Slit Tape Packages for High-Volume Automated Fiber Placement Processes (Oral Only)

Daniel C. Ott, Web Industries, Inc. Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

Lightweight and thermally inert Assembly Jigs for CFRP structures

Nils Krone, ThyssenKrupp System Engineering; Jan Verhaeghe, Acrosoma ; Joerg Bunke, ThyssenKrupp System Engineering

Automatic Feeding of Single Sides Slave Fasteners

Cosmos Krejci, Electroimpact Inc. Planned by Aerospace Automated Fastening Committee / Aerospace Manufacturing Activity

wEdNESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures Hybrid Metal / Composite Drilling and Assembly (Part 2 of 2)

10:00 a.m.

With the need for lowering the cost and cycle time, structure designers are forced to combine composite and Titanium for join integrity and durability which causes more challenge during drilling and assembly of these parts. This session covers methods, tools, and technologies to enable manufacturability of hybrid joints while factoring in the most economical methods. Automated and lean/ portable automated drilling technologies and best drilling practices and assembly methods will be discussed. Organizers: Tanni Sisco, James DeLand, Boeing Co. Chairpersons: James DeLand, Boeing Co.

wEdNESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures Advanced Low Cost Aircraft Structures

(Part 2 of 2)

10:00 a.m.

This session continues to address the ALCAS project and the specific goals it wishes to attain. Specifically, presentations will address reducing the operating costs of relevant European aerospace products by 15%. Topics include; cost-effective manufacturing and assembly, full application of carbon fibre composites to aircraft primary structures and challenges faced in reducing operating costs. The specific target products range from business jets to large civil airliners. Organizers: Mark Derren Summers, Airbus UK Chairpersons: Mark Derren Summers, Airbus UK

Drilling Mixed Stack Materials for the BOEING 787

Eric Whinnem, Boeing Phantom Works; Gary Lipczynski, Boeing

Study of the Use of Coated Carbide Drill Bits in Manual Drilling of Carbon Fiber Composite Material

Richard Garrick, Kim Nixon, Aaron Howcroft, Shaun Condie, Precorp Inc.

System of the Safety Risk guarantee based on Integration Approach to Providing and Controlling of the Special Parameters of the Aircraft critical Parts over Life Cycle. Russian Practice.

Valentin Chernousov, FGUP NIISU; Galina Susova, OAO NIAT

Tool Wear and Hole Quality in Drilling of Composite/ Titanium Stacks with Carbide and PCD Tools

Jeffrey L. Lantrip, Boeing Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

Build Philosophy of a Horizontal Wing Box

Ben Adeline, Airbus UK Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

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wEdNESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures Information Technologies (Part 2 of 2)

10:00 a.m.

This session is devoted to exploring the ever-growing contributions of information technology to product realization and manufacturing. These contributions include very granular examples, such as the use of FEA and modeling technology to address specific engineering challenges related to complex systems; maturing technologies, such as PQV, MES and PLM, that facilitate visibility of enterprise information; and emerging manufacturing related information technologies deserving new recognition. Organizers: Roberto Lu, Boeing Commercial Airplanes; Scott Mahrle, QMC LLC Chairpersons: Scott Mahrle, QMC LLC; Roberto Lu, Boeing Commercial Airplanes

wEdNESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures Advanced Metal Materials, Fabrication, and Joining Processes (Part 2 of 2)

1:00 p.m.

Advancements in the production of metallic structure continue 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. Organizers: Jeffrey Morgan, Boeing Commercial Airplanes Chairpersons: Jeffrey Morgan, Boeing Commercial Airplanes

Optimization of production lines by using MES

Ullrich Moellmann, Durr Aircraft Assembly Systems Inc.

Development of Simultaneous Opposed Welding of Al-7249 Extrusions with Large Recrystallized Grains Using the Self Reacting FSW Process

Gilbert D. Sylva Spirit AeroSystems Inc.; Christian Widener PhD Wichita State University

A Multinomial CUSUM Chart for Monitoring HighDimensional Point Cloud Data

Jaime Andres Camelio, Lee Wells, Virginia Tech.

Wind Turbine Blade Aerodynamic Shape Quality & Process Control

Eric Lundberg, Vesper Wind Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

Rotary friction welding: a comprehensive mathematical model

Michele Trancossi, Universita' di Modena e Reggio Emilia Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

wEdNESday Automated Fastening/Assembly & Tooling (AeroFast International) Assembly Methodologies & Advanced Assembly Fixtures and Tooling

1:00 p.m.

This session deals with new and advanced methods of assembly for structures. Topics could include determinant assembly, jigless assembly, automated positioning, moving assembly lines and right sized portable drilling and fastening equipment Organizers: Ken Benczkowski, Broetje-Automation Gmbh Chairpersons: Ken Benczkowski, Broetje-Automation Gmbh

wEdNESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures Environmental Compliance, Green or Sustainable Applications (Part 1 of 2)

1:00 p.m.

The issue of sustainable manufacturing, CO2 emissions, as well as standards and regulations governs every aspect of aerospace manufacturing. This session addresses the Latest Advancements in Green Manufacturing and Assembly as well as issues pertinent to sustainable design. Organizers: Elizabetth Lenger, Matthew Carter, Boeing Co. Chairpersons: Elizabetth Lenger, Matthew Carter, Boeing Co.

Modeling and Simulation for Sustainable Aerospace Manufacturing (Oral Only)

Swee Leong, NIST

Flexapods ¿ Flexible tooling at SAAB for building the Neuron Aircraft

Henrik Kihlman, Production

Force Feedback for Assembly of Aircraft Structures

Marie Jonsson, Linköping University; Tom Murray, Airbus UK; Anders Robertsson PhD, Klas Nilsson, Lund University; Gilbert Ossbahr PhD, Linköping University

Metrics for Modeling and Optimization of Sustainable Manufacturing at Product, Process and System Levels (Oral Only)

I. S. Jawahir, Fazleena Badurdeen, Anshu Jayal, Univ. of Kentucky

Modular and Configurable steel structure for assembly fixtures

Peter Helgosson, Assembly Products; Gilbert Ossbahr, Linkoping Univ; David Tomlinson, Airbus UK

Induction Molding Using Smart Susceptors for the Manufacture of Structural Thermoplastic Composite Components (Oral Only)

Marc Matsen, Boeing Co.

Vision System Non Contact Measurement of Pintail Type Fasteners

Ryan Haldimann, Electroimpact Inc. Planned by Aerospace Automated Fastening Committee / Aerospace Manufacturing Activity

An Approach for Sustainable Product Manufacturing (Oral Only)

Karl Haapala Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

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wEdNESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures High Output Composites (Part 2 of 3)

1:00 p.m.

The expanding usage of composite materials in the aerospace industry is driving a surge of interest in increasing production of airframe skins, structures and exterior components. This session will focus on higher output through automated manufacturing methods technology. It will also address issues regarding large structural manufacturing. Organizers: Carroll G. Grant, Aerospace Composites Consulting; Vernon Benson, ATK Space Systems Chairpersons: Vernon Benson, ATK Space Systems; Carroll Grant, Aerospace Composites Consulting

Thermal Cracking of Municipal Solid Waste Plastics into Kerosene for Department of Defense

Moinuddin Sarker, Natural State Research, Inc.

"An Experimental Strategy for the Manufacture of Aviation Fuel"

Phuong Xuan Pham, Phuong Xuan

Reducing Environmental Impact During Operational Consumption on Legacy Programs (Oral Only)

Edward J. Lugo, Northrop Grumman Corp. Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

Production Implementation of Multiple Machine, High Speed Fiber Placement for Large Structures

Rob Flynn, Electroimpact; Todd Rudberg, Electroimpact Inc.

wEdNESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures High Output Composites (Part 3 of 3)

3:30 p.m.

The expanding usage of composite materials in the aerospace industry is driving a surge of interest in increasing production of airframe skins, structures and exterior components. This session will focus on higher output through automated manufacturing methods technology. It will also address issues regarding large structural manufacturing. Organizers: Vernon M. Benson, ATK Space Systems; Carroll G. Grant, Aerospace Composites Consulting Chairpersons: Vernon Benson, ATK Space Systems; Carroll Grant, Aerospace Composites Consulting

Automating Thermoplastics Using Thermoforming (Oral Only)

Don Evans, Fiberforge Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

wEdNESday Automated Fastening/Assembly & Tooling (AeroFast International) Composites Assembly and Fastening

3:30 p.m.

This session presents the latest developments in aircraft assembly of composite components, which includes the temporary and permanent fastening of these assemblies. Organizers: Richard Garrick, Precorp Inc Chairpersons: Richard Garrick, Precorp Inc

Enhancing the composite design and manufacturing process through programmed feedback from ACE to FiberSIM

Kurt Politowicz, VISTAGY Inc Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

Optical Projection of Complex Assembly Instructions onto Three-Dimensional Surfaces

Roger C. Richardson, Delta Sigma Corp.

wEdNESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures - Product Design and Manufacturing Integration

3:30 p.m.

Airframe design and certification requires thorough investigation of physical system behavior, identification of all failure modes, and quantification of all safety margins. To meet modern performance criteria, these certification requirements necessitate advanced analysis and modeling tools that efficiently and effectively leverage the knowledge. This session will focus on advanced methods and tools to analyze engineering practices and model production system practices. Organizers: Ramesh Kolar, Naval Postgraduate School; Roberto Lu, Boeing Commercial Airplanes

Combined Bore Diameter/Countersink/Grip Length Electronic Measurement System for Aircraft Assembly

Bryan Manning, Robert L. Foster, Capacitec Planned by Aerospace Automated Fastening Committee / Aerospace Manufacturing Activity

wEdNESday Manufacturing/Materials/Structures Environmental Compliance, Green or Sustainable Applications (Part 2 of 2)

3:30 p.m.

The issue of sustainable manufacturing, CO2 emissions, as well as standards and regulations governs every aspect of aerospace manufacturing. This session addresses the Latest Advancements in Green Manufacturing as well as issues pertinent to sustainable design.

Application of Standardization Procedure in Design of Aircraft Structures

Moorthy Chinnasamy, Tata Consultancy Services Limited

Temperature control and heating solutions for integral RTM component production

Andre Stieglitz, Faserinstitut Bremen; Joerg Bunke, ThyssenKrupp System Engineering Planned by Aerospace Manufacturing Technology Committee / EMB Air and Space Group

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Organizers: Matthew D. Carter, Elizabetth Lenger, Boeing Co. Chairpersons: Elizabetth Lenger, Matthew Carter, Boeing Co.

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Held in conjunction with the SAE Aerospace Manufacturing and Automated Fastening Conference & Exhibition Separateregistration&feerequired.Visitwww.sae.org/ seminars for complete course descriptions, instructor bios, and to register. New! Aerospace Product Support: Sustainment Throughout the Life Cycle

September27-28,2010,8:30a.m.-4:30p.m. Instructor:DrexRutledge,AerospaceConsultantwithIntegrity Engineering, Inc. Participantswillbeintroducedtothevariousapproaches, technologies, and tools available to support a product throughouttheproduct'stotallife-cycleinthemostefficient mannerpossible.Majortopicspresentedanddiscussedinclude TheElementsofLogistics,PerformanceBasedLogistics, ProductSupportIntegration,andregulatoryrequirements.The informationpresentedwillequipattendeeswiththeskillsand techniquesneededtohelpthemcomfortablyandconfidently developthebesttailoredsupportpackage,satisfyingtheneeds of both the customer and the provider. Non-Members:$1,155 CEUsawardeduponcompletion:1.3 When registering, refer to I.D. #C0945

Visit www.sae.org/pdevent/C0945 for complete course description, instructor bio, and to register. Aerospace Coatings and Corrosion Control: Materials and Applications

September28-30,2010,8:30a.m.-4:30p.m. Instructor:JamilBaghdachi,PresidentofInnovativeTechnical SystemsCorporationandProfessor/ProgramDirectorat EasternMichiganUniversity,CoatingsResearchInstitute Advancing technologies command a continual understanding ofcurrentcoatingmaterialsandapplications.Coatingsuppliers arebeingcalledupontoprovidenewandinnovativecoating technologiesthataddressaesthetics,excellentdurabilityand environmentalissues.Coatingusersarealsoincreasinglyunder pressuretoeconomizetheiroperationandoffercorrosion resistant and highly durable and functional coated aircraft parts. It is crucial that those involved in product design and manufacture understand and implement techniques that support industry demand. Non-Members:$1,495 CEUsawardeduponcompletion:2.0 When registering, refer to I.D. #C0819

New! Failure Modes and Effects Analysis (Product & Process) in Aerospace

September27-28,2010,8:30a.m.-4:30p.m. Instructor:JimBreneman,StatisticalandReliabilityconsultant andinstructorintheMathematicsDepartmentattheTr-County TechnicalCollege(SouthCarolina). Thisseminarwillintroducetheparticipanttotheanalytical processbywhichpotentialfailuremodes,failureeffectsand causesoffailureareidentified.Engaginginasystematic methodofstudyingfailurecanimprovefutureoutcomes.The severity, occurrence and probability of detection of a failure modeareusedtoprioritizewhichfailuremodesaremost critical.Methodologyisintroducedfordealingwiththeeffects offailure.Thiscourseisbasedon"learningbydoing"with interactive,in-classDesignandProcessFMEAgeneration andanalysisandwillalsodetailrelevantportionsoftheSAE AerospaceRecommendedPracticeforFMEA,ARP5580 whichisincludedinthecoursematerials. Non-Members:$1,155 CEUsawardeduponcompletion:1.3 When registering, refer to I.D. #C0939

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