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Roll Forming of Advanced Thermoplastic Composite Materials
R. J. Dykes, September 2002

Roll forming is one of the most efficient and pervasive metal working technologies for forming metallic sheet. Recently this technology has been successfully adapted for forming a variety of fiber reinforced thermoplastic composite materials. This paper offers a general overview of the roll forming operation as well as a summary of recent advances in the processing technology. An outline of the various application areas is also summarized with particular emphasis given to the potential cost savings that can be achieved using the roll forming method.

Developments in Thermoplastic Door Modules
Maria Cilberti, September 2002

The use of door modules as a pre-assembled functional unit inside a car door is discussed. This includes reasons why a door module should be used and why a long glass fibre reinforced PP material is a good choice. As an example the development of the door modules for the new Ford Fiesta is given including the mechanical and production design of the StaMax P carrier. Special attention is paid to the excellent dimensional reproducibility of this material. Further integration potential for future door modules is also highlighted.

Alternatives in Fiber Reinforced Thermoplastics
Nathan Johnson, September 2002

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2002.

Creating High Performance Conductive Composites with Carbon Nanotubes
Pat Collins, September 2002

Multiwall carbon nanotubes are a very small high aspect ratio conductive additive for plastics. The high aspect ratio means that a lower loading of nanotubes is needed compared to other conductive additives. This low loading preserves more of the resins toughness especially at low temperatures as well as maintaining other key performance properties of the matrix resin.

Advanced Materials for a Smart Lightweight Design
H. Dittmar, September 2002

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2002.

Sandwich Construction for Surface Transportation
Alejandro (Alex) Gutierrez, September 2002

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2002.

Processing and Handling of Verton® Composites
Rick Gregory, September 2002

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2002.

Process Simulation Long Fiber Thermoplastic Polypropylene Bus Seat Component
Uday Vaidya, September 2002

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2002.

Soy Biobased Materials for Automotive Applications
Professor Richard Wool, September 2002

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2002.

Bio-based Thermoset Resins and Their Composites
M. Misra, September 2002

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2002.

Growing and Processing Natural Renewable BAST Fibers for Natural Fiber Composites
Hugh S. McKee, September 2002

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2002.

Development of a Long Fiber Reinforced Composite Seat Structure for Mass Transit Applications
Klaus Gleich, September 2002

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2002.

Fiber-Filled Materials and New Flexible Design Methodology for Hybrid Front-End Carriers
Padraig Naughton, September 2002

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2002.

The Bonding of Engineered Structures in the 21st Century A New Class of Structural Adhesives
John Pacanovsky, September 2002

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2002.

Development of An Alli-Composite Tank for High Pressure Hydrogen Storage.
Brent Gerdes, September 2002

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2002.

Engineered Structural Composite (ESC) Materials in Stiffness-critical Fuel Cell Applications
Marc Imbrogno, Brian Hull, September 2002

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2002.

A Novel Composite Plate for PEM fuel cells
Mahmoud Abd Elhamid, September 2002

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2002.

Fuel Cell Applications-Update
Tony Androsky, September 2002

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2002.

"Green" Bio-Composites: Moving Towards More Eco-friendly Structural Automotive Parts
L. T. Drzal, September 2002

PowerPoint Presentation at ACCE 2002.







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