CLICK-WATCH-TALK 3.0

CLICK-WATCH-TALK 3.0 - the third edition of the online conference for the composite materials industry in Poland.

4 thematic blocks, over a dozen experts from the composite materials industry from Poland and abroad, two days of virtual talks and professional knowledge - this is what the conference was organized once again by Targi in Krakow, the Polish Cluster of Composite Technologies and the Warsaw University of Technology, all under the patronage of the Engineering Committee Materials and Metallurgy of the Polish Academy of Sciences and the Polish Society of Composite Materials.

The event took place on November 18 and 19, 2021. It was attended by 23 Speakers from Poland and abroad, and 572 live Participants. Thank you for being with us!

Agenda

I day: November, 18 (Thursday), 2021

I. Biocomposites for use in technology

Block supervisor: Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andrzej Błędzki
West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin
Section of Non-Metal Materials
Committee for Materials Science and Metallurgy of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Member of the Council of the Polish Cluster of Composite Technologies

Andrzej Błędzki

ANDRZEJ BŁĘDZKI Stanisław Kuciel


Biocomposites for use in technology
Biocomposites from renewable raw materials with antibacterial properties - introduction


Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andrzej Błędzki
West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin, Section of Non-Metal Materials
Committee for Materials Science and Metallurgy of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Member of the Council of the Polish Cluster of Composite Technologies

 

dr hab. inż. Stanisław Kuciel, prof. PK

Politechnika Krakowska im. Tadeusza Kościuszki
Wydział Inżynierii Materiałowej i Fizyki | Katedra Inżynierii Materiałowej

Marek Radwański


Linen and Hemp - the fibers of the future
 

Marek Radwański
EKOTEX Sp. z o.o.

ALBERT LANGKAMPF


Challenge of climate neutrality and resource efficiency as drivers for competitive fibre reinforced polymers


Dr.-Ing. Albert LangkampKarsten Wippler, Maik Gude  

Technische Universität Dresden
Institut für Leichtbau und Kunststofftechnik

KINGA-WOLNIEWICZ


Injection production of biocomposites - examples of production and technical solutions

Kinga Wolniewicz
KLGS Sp. z o.o.

Tomasz Kwapisz


Composite boards and elements of small garden architecture produced by extrusion method

Tomasz Kwapisz

ProDeck Sp. z o.o.


Networking


Coffee break

II. Composites in construction

Block supervisor: dr Andrzej Czulak
Polish Cluster of Composite Technologies
Section of Non-Metal Materials, Committee for Materials Science and Metallurgy of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Andrzej Czulak

Michael Thieme


Novel carbon fibre reinforcements for sustainable and economic use in the construction industry - wykład wprowadzający


Dr.-Ing. Mike Thieme, Dipl.-Ing. Daniel Wohlfahrt
M.Sc. Robert Kraft, Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Robert Böhm

Institut für Leichtbau und Kunststofftechnik (ILK),

Technische Universität Dresden

BARTŁOMIEJ BERESKA


Composite reinforcement in construction
 

dr inż. Bartłomiej Bereska
Noma Resins Sp. z o.o.


AVATARAVATAR


Composites in construction - modern and intelligent solutions

Jacek Sykulski, Marcin Knutelski

Fibreco Sp. z o. o.

AVATAR


Composites in Polish road and bridge construction

dr inż. Maciej Kulpa
Katedra Dróg i Mostów, Politechnika Rzeszowska 

AVATAR


The Future is Black
Carbon Reinforcement Development - From Fibre to Civil Engineering


Roy Thyroff
Rothycon

Szczepan Gorbacz

 

Plastic, composite, hybrid - selection of materials for the construction of tanks in industry


Szczepan Gorbacz

Prezes Zarządu

Amargo spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością sp.k.


Networking


First day of the conference - closing

II day: November, 19 (Friday), 2021

I. Composites testing and certification methods

Block supervisor: dr hab. Eng. Anna J. Dolata / prof. PŚ
Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering, Department of Materials Technology
President of the Polish Society of Composite Materials
Section of Non-Metal Materials, Committee for Materials Science and Metallurgy of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Member of the Council of the Polish Cluster of Composite Technologies

Anna Dolata

ALEKSANDRA WŁODEK


Selected test methods for polymer matrix composites - introduction

dr inż. Aleksandra Bogdan-Włodek
Dyrektor Laboratorium Badań Materiałów
Śląskie Centrum Naukowo-Technologiczne Przemysłu

Tomasz Włodek


The course of the certification process on the example of selected composite products

dr inż. Tomasz Włodek
Dyrektor ds. Certyfikacji
Zakłady Badań i Atestacji „ZETOM” im. Prof. F. Stauba

DARIUSZ KNAPEK


Detection of delamination in polymer composites

Dariusz Knapek

EC TEST Systems Sp. z o. o.

AVATAR

 

Shimadzu solutions in the field of composite materials research

Artur Witkowski

"SHIM-POL A.M. Borzymowski" E.Borzymowska-Reszka, A.Reszka Sp.j.

Małgorzata Zalewska


Composite materials testing in the aircraft certification process

Małgorzata Zalewska
Kierownik Laboratorium Badań Kompozytów
Centrum Technologii Kompozytowych, Łukasiewicz – Instytut Lotnictwa

ŁUKASZ PIECZONKA


Diagnostic system for imaging damage in thin-walled structures using ultrasonic guided waves

dr hab. inż. Łukasz Pieczonka, Prof. AGH

Z-ca Kierownika Katedry Robotyki i Mechatroniki
Akademia Górniczo-Hutnicza w Krakowie, Wydział Inżynierii Mechanicznej i Robotyki

Piotr Goździcki


Examination of composite materials using the dolphicam2 ultrasound imaging system

Piotr Goździcki
NDT-NET Sp. z o.o.


Networking


Coffee break

II. Infusion as a method of producing large-size composites

Block supervisor: prof. dr hab. Eng. Anna Boczkowska
Warsaw University of Technology, Section of Non-Metal Materials, Committee for Materials Science and Metallurgy of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Member of the Council of the Polish Cluster of Composite Technologies

Anna Boczkowska

RAFAŁ STANIK



Challenges in processing of Snap-Cure Systems by infusion processes - wykład wprowadzający


Dipl.-Ing. Rafał Stanik, S. Geller, M. Müller, M. Kuhtz, M. Gude
Technische Universität Dresden | TUD

Institute of Lightweight Engineering and Polymer Technology (ILK)

Kamil-Dydek


Thermoplastic acrylic resin for infusion as an alternative to thermosetting and chemosetting resins

mgr inż. Kamil Dydek
Politechnika Warszawska

MACIEJ KNUTH


Materials used for the production of laminates and infusion in large-size composite elements

 

Maciej Knuth
Milar Sp. z o.o.

Radosław Romanowski


Composite construction elements in infusion technology

Radosław Romanowski
Roma Sp. z o.o.


Networking


Closing ceremony of the conference

Thematic blocks

Biocomposites for use in technology

Block supervisor: Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Andrzej Błędzki
West Pomeranian University of Technology in Szczecin, Section of Non-Metal Materials
Committee for Materials Science and Metallurgy of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Member of the Council of the Polish Cluster of Composite Technologies

Polymer composites produced for construction purposes are reinforced with various fibers, so far most often glass or carbon. In a way, it was “forgotten” that the first polymer composites were reinforced with natural fibers or cellulose fibers obtained from them (the so-called regenerated cellulose). Already in the 1930s, car bodies were made of phenol-formaldehyde resins reinforced with cellulose fibers (DKW models). Henry Ford also introduced cellulose fiber reinforced soybean oil composites into his vehicles.


In the modern automotive industry, since the mid-1990s, more and more parts and components of cars are made of composites in which natural fibers were used instead of glass fibers. Modern technologies of their processing are used, at the same time paying attention to the selection of appropriate sources of origin of these fibers. Composites with natural fibers are affordable and can be recycled as recommended by the European Union. The EU guidelines state that in the automotive industry the share of car parts and components made of recyclable materials should reach as much as 85%. The alternative introduction of composites with natural fibers is also dictated by marketing considerations, determined by the growing ecological awareness of the society. The positive results of the assessment ("crash tests") of composites with natural fibers, their low weight, and thus good specific strength are also important.

BIOKOMPOZYTY


Composites in construction

Block supervisor: dr Andrzej Czulak
Polish Cluster of Composite Technologies
Section of Non-Metal Materials, Committee for Materials Science and Metallurgy of the Polish Academy of Sciences

Although composites in construction appeared thousands of years ago, the interest in them is constantly growing, which is completely justified, considering the attractive properties of composite materials, which are very interesting for modern solutions in the construction industry. It is enough to mention high strength with low weight, resistance to corrosion and external factors, as well as ease of forming and obtaining various shapes.

Construction is one of the areas where modernization is constantly taking place, which is why nowadays composites are used not only as concrete reinforcements, wall panels, decorative panels, building modules, but also in infrastructure elements such as bridges and multi-storey car parks. More and more construction offices in the construction industry are using these modern construction materials not only because of the rising prices of steel, but mainly because of the possibilities that these materials offer.

BUDOWNICTWO


Composites testing and certification methods

Block supervisor: dr hab. Eng. Anna J. Dolata / prof. PŚ
Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering, Department of Materials Technology
President of the Polish Society of Composite Materials
Section of Non-Metal Materials, Committee for Materials Science and Metallurgy of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Member of the Council of the Polish Cluster of Composite Technologies


Compared to traditional construction materials, polymer matrix composites (PMC) are characterized by a number of favorable mechanical properties, especially high strength and stiffness in relation to the specific weight. The good mechanical characteristics of these modern engineering plastics result from their complex, often multi-layered structure. The undoubted advantage of these materials is the possibility of shaping the structure through the appropriate selection of the matrix and reinforcement. This allows for the design of the properties of composites, and thus gives a great potential for their use in many different areas of industry.


Verification of the functional properties of the designed composite structures is a big challenge related to both the selection of an appropriate test method and the need to obtain repeatable and reliable test data. The basic characteristics of polymer composite materials, often anisotropic materials, require the use of many research methods and carrying out a series of tests under various load conditions, such as: tensile, compression, shear and bending. For "critical" applications, such as aviation, automotive or wind power, additional advanced tests are required to determine the durability of the material in operational and environmental conditions.


Standardized strength tests used to assess the properties of polymer composites are still being developed due to the increasing requirements related to quality control and product certification. Commonly used reference documents and world standards mostly contain general guidelines, which makes it difficult to carry out the tests correctly, and thus to obtain reliable results necessary to carry out the product certification process. Additionally, the certification process is complicated by the lack of subject standards for the assessment of performance properties for the majority of innovative products using composite structures.

BADANIA I CERTYFIKACJA


Infusion as a method of producing large-size composites

Block supervisor: prof. dr hab. Eng. Anna Boczkowska
Warsaw University of Technology, Section of Non-Metal Materials, Committee for Materials Science and Metallurgy of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Member of the Council of the Polish Cluster of Composite Technologies

The infusion method, although known since the 1970s, has only been increasingly used in recent years in the production of composite aviation and building elements, as well as in the energy, boatbuilding and many other industries. Infusion is a technologically advanced process that allows to obtain a high ratio of the reinforcement content to the matrix, which translates into very good strength properties.

It is mainly used for the production of large-size products, such as boat hulls, passenger aircraft wings, wind turbine blades, footbridges and others. The advantage of this method is the ease and repeatability of the production of products, even of large dimensions, a short production cycle, the integrity of elements such as ribs or cores, which can be introduced in one technological stage. The obtained products are characterized by very good and repeatable mechanical properties, a small number of defects in the composite structure, high repeatability and dimensional stability. The advantage of this method is also the reduction of the emission of harmful substances during the production of products. As reinforcement in the infusion method, filament mats, three-dimensional fabrics or mat-fabrics intended for the infusion process are used. Their special design allows the mixture to flow and allows for less consumption, which at the same time translates into a greater share of reinforcement. Very often, in order to increase the thickness of the laminate while maintaining a low weight, interleaving materials made of balsa, polymer foams (PVC, PET) or honeycomb are introduced. The infusion method allows for the production of products with complex geometry as well as large dimensions in one technological step.

USŁUGI

Previous editions

CWT 1.0

CWT 2.0