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11/20/2014 | 2 MINUTE READ

Boeing VP of aircraft materials and structures added to Carbon Fiber 2014

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John Byrne, vice president of aircraft materials and structures supplier management, Boeing Commercial Airplanes, will speak during the morning of Dec. 10 at Carbon Fiber 2014 in La Jolla, Calif., USA.


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CompositesWorld is pleased to report that John Byrne, vice president of aircraft materials and structures supplier management, Boeing Commercial Airplanes (Seattle, Wash., USA), has been added to the speaker lineup for the Carbon Fiber 2014 conference, Dec. 9-11 at the Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines in La Jolla, Calif., USA. The title of Byrne's presentation is "Perspectives on Carbon Fiber Technology for Commercial Airplanes." He will speak during the morning of Dec. 10. 

Carbon Fiber 2014 includes a pre-conference seminar on Dec. 9 titled, "Composites in Turbofan Aircraft Engines and Nacelles: 2014-2023." The pre-conference seminar will be 1:30 to 4:30 p.m. and will be presented by composites market and technology analyst Chris Red, principle of Composites Forecasts and Consulting LLC (Mesa, Ariz., USA).

Other confirmed speakers at the conference include:

  • Lessons Learned in Manufacturing Carbon Fiber for the i3 and i8 Vehicles, by ANDREAS WÜLLNER, CEO SGL Automotive Carbon Fibers.
  • Boeing/NASA Cryotank Development, by JOHN VICKERS, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center manager, National Center for Advanced Manufacturing NASA — Marshall Space Flight Center.
  • Innovating Carbon Fiber Composites: Tackling the Major Challenges for Unlocking New Market Opportunities, by ROSS KOZARSKY, analyst-advanced materials, Lux Research Inc.
  • Using Simulation to Design Lightweight Metallic and Carbon Composite Structures, by BRETT CHOUINARD, COO, Altair Engineering
  • Big Area Additive Manufacturing and Carbon Fiber Composites, by RICK NEFF, manager-market development, Cincinnati Inc.
  • Manufacture of Low-cost Carbon Fiber from Unmodified Textile Acrylic Fiber, by LEE MCGETRICK, director, CF Technology Facility, Oak Ridge National Laboratories
  • Application of Carbon Fiber Thermoplastic Composites in High Temperature, Low Sag (HTLS) High Voltage Overhead Power Conductors, MICHAEL RUBY, global composites business manager, engineered materials, Celanese; and PAUL SPRINGER, chief engineer, Southwire Co.
  • Advanced Automation for Large Composite Structures, BARRETT MILENSKI, research & development engineer, Composites Automation and Processing, ATK Aerospace Structures
  • Aerospace Complex-Shape Metal Replacement using Xycomp DLF Thermoplastic Composites, by TIM GREENE, global product manager, Greene, Tweed
  • Design and Fabrication of a Prototype Carbon Composite Radio Telescope for the Square Kilometre Array, GORDON LACY, mechanical engineer, NRC Canada
  • Recycled Carbon Fibre – processing and conversion (uses and potential uses), by ALEX EDGE, business development manager, ELG Carbon Fibre Ltd.
  • Increased Productivity by RFID-Based Material & Asset Tracking – From the Freezer to the Autoclave and Beyond, by AVNER BEN-BASSAT, president & CEO, Plataine Ltd.
  • Enabling Growth of Carbon Fiber Production while Balancing Product Quality, Economics, and Safety through Computational Fluid Dynamics [CFD] Modeling Analysis, by WILLIAM STRY, PETER WITTING, DAVID GELDARD, RENEE BAGWELL, Harper International
  • Carbon Fiber Sizing Requirements, by ANDY BRINK, global technology and business development manager, fibers and composites business unit, Michelman Inc.
  • Composite Cryotank Technologies and Demonstration (CCTD), by JAMES K. SUTTER, NASA Glenn Research Center and JOHN H. VICKERS, NASA Marshall Space Flight Center Manager.

Carbon Fiber 2014 is sponsored by C. A. Litzler Co. Inc., Harper International, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Izumi International Inc./Kamitsu and Aonix Advanced Materials Corp. Conference co-chairs are Tia Benson-Tolle, director of advanced materials, product development, Boeing Commercial Airplanes; and Doug Ward, chief consulting engineer, composites, GE Aviation.


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