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Conference Proceedings

Samsung's Bioplastics for Automobiles
Brian Grosser, September 2008

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2008.

Reaction Injection Moldable Polydicyclopentadiene (pDCPD) for the Heavy Truck Market
Garland Lee, September 2008

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2008.

Multimatic Tailgate Step for Ingress / Egress
Barry Loucks, September 2008

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2008.

High Volume Preforming for Structural Applications Using Engineering Fabrics
Dan Buckley, September 2008

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2008.

Good-Bye Machining: Reconfigurable Pin Tooling
Ben Halford, September 2008

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2008.

Better Quality Thermoplastic Foams with Nanoclay
Amit Kumar Chaudhary, September 2008

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2008.

Aqueous Nanocomposite Barrier Coatings
Harris Goldberg, September 2008

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2008.

Mechanical & Thermal Investigation of Polyurethane Nanocomposites 
Amit Kaushik, September 2008

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2008.

Toughening Mechanisms in Epoxy Matrix Hybrid Composites / Nanocomposites
Ray Pearson, September 2008

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2008.

Basalt Fibers for High-Performance Composites
Alan Murray, September 2008

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2008.

Opportunities for Plastics Materials / Processes for Under-the-Hood Applications
Suresh Shah, September 2008

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2008.

Revolutionary Polymer for Metal Replacement in Automotive Applications
Mike Zimmerman, Charles Buehler, September 2008

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2008.

Advances in High Fiber Composites
Fred Deans, September 2008

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2008.

Low-Gloss Weatherable Molded-In-Color PC/PBT Composite for Vehicle Interiors
Edward Kung, September 2008

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2008.

Thermoplastic Composite Hybrids for Horizontal Automotive Panels
Mike Birrell, September 2008

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2008.

Linear Polyphenylene Sulfide (PPS) for Thermoplastic Composites
Harsh Bhagat, September 2008

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2008.

Long Glass Fiber-Polypropylene Light Weight Instrument Panel Retainers & Door Modules
Matthew Marks, September 2008

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2008.

GMT Bumper Beam
John Shin, September 2008

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2008.

Composite Liftgate Ductility Performance
Peter Foss, September 2008

The FMVSS 301R Fuel System Integrity Test requirements on closures as well as field experience have increased demand on the liftgate performance. The energy imparted to the liftgate structure in this test configuration is difficult to absorb with inherently brittle composite materials. This report documents the load-displacement response of several reinforced composite liftgates. The liftgates were evaluated with a static test designed to simulate the deformations experienced in a rear 70% offset deformable barrier crash test.










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"Insert title of paper here in quotes,"
ANTEC 2016 - Indianapolis, Indiana, USA May 23-25, 2016. [On-line].
Society of Plastics Engineers
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