Meetings/Workshops on Mechanical engineering in China

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CAESH 2020 — 5th Annual Commercial Aero Engine Shanghai International Forum
25 Mar 2020 - 26 Mar 2020 • Shanghai, China
Organizer:
Galleon (Shanghai) Consulting Co., Ltd.
Abstract:
The statistics from Flight International predicts that over the next two decades, 42,800 cargo and civilian aircraft will be delivered worldwide. This means that at least 86,599 new engines will be delivered in the global market by 2035, and the number of active engines will grow from the current 60,000 to about 100,000. With the number expected to jump from 28,500 to 61,000 by 2035, especially in the region of Asia Pacific, which is anticipated to grow with the highest CAGR during the forecast period.

The "Made in China 2025" issued by the State Council clearly proposed to "establish an industrial system for the independent development of engines", and during the 13th Five-Year Plan period, China launched a major special project for aviation engines and gas turbines. Today, the Chinese aviation industry continues to exert its strength and is closing the gap with world-class engines. In the worldwide stage, the development and breakthrough of aircraft engine requires wide range of solutions and multi-disciplinary collaboration of suppliers, transnational discussion and the groundbreaking technology exploitation. There are still some technical difficulties that China is facing such as the titanium alloy or composite material of aircraft engine, the whole leaf disk manufacturing and repair technology, the manufacturing technology of single-crystal hollow turbine blade etc. Furthermore, there are some other technology will also be discussed and applied in the aviation engine design and manufacturing such as 3D Printing, Digital twin technology.

Contact:
Phone: [+86 (0)21 5155 9030];     Email: marketing@galleon.cc
Topics:
Ø  Standards and Certification Ø  Emission Reduction Technology Ø Intelligent Manufacturing Technology Ø Superalloy Materials
Event listing ID:
1302521
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ICEFA IX — Ninth International Conference on Engineering Failure Analysis
12 Jul 2020 - 15 Jul 2020 • Shanghai, China
Organizer:
Elsevier; Fudan University in Shanghai
Abstract:
The ICEFA is a long-running conference series which brings together world-class researchers, users and specialists involved in all aspects of failure analysis and prevention from the fields of mechanical, manufacturing, aeronautical, civil, chemical, corrosion and design engineering. For the ninth event we are very excited to be working for the first time with the Chinese Failure Analysis Institution and with Co-Chair, Professor Zheng-Guo Yang, who has kindly offered to host the conference at Fudan University in Shanghai.
Topics:
Engineering failure modes for metallic and non-metallic engineering materials Approaches to failure analysis Role of service loading in failure analysis Case studies of failures in industry sectors such as aerospace, marine and offshore, automotive, rail, power generation, mining and minerals, consumer goods, medical devices and others Historical disasters Structural and architectural failures Failure analysis and joining technologies Role of condition monitoring and NDT in failure avoidance Failure analysis, maintenance and reliability Role of failure analysis in the design process Legal matters, ethical issues and insurance in the failure analysis industry Training and accreditation in failure analysis research and industry
Event listing ID:
1282581
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Last updated: 02 December 2019