Hill AFB, UT 84056
2017 Host: National Center for Manufacturing Sciences
Advanced composite materials are crucial to the improved performance and reliability of both commercial and defense systems. The DoD Advanced Composite Maintainers TIM was established to focus on the unique challenges of composite materials, repairs, tooling, processing, storage, and facilities in military environments. The TIM brings together maintainers, suppliers, engineers, scientists, and logistics personnel in the area of composites maintenance and repair from multiple branches of the US Government, industry, and academia. The TIM is designed to showcase the breadth and depth of the government’s activities in composites maintenance as well as provide a forum for collecting, documenting, displaying and discussing the state of this specialized field.
Join us for this 3 day event, including evening reception, vendor showcase, and today’s leaders in composites. Casual attire is appreciated.
Tuesday, August 22
8:30-8:45 Introduction/Opening Remarks Kimberly Cockrell, AMRDEC Prototype Integration Facility (PIF), Army
8:45-9:15 Keynote F22 and F35 Maintenance Efforts COL Jon A. Eberlan, USAF Commander, 309th Aircraft Mx Group
9:15-9:45 Your Role in OSD Maintenance Strategies for Advanced Materials Greg Kilchenstein OSD Enterprise Maintenance Technology
9:45-10:15 Break – Visit Table Top Displays
10:15-10:45 Drillin’ For Dummies (Innovations in Hinge Fitting Replacement) Jeff Rushton Air Force
10:45-11:15 Private Sector Ergonomic Sanding Tool Development Robert Kent Temple Allen
11:15-11:45 Advanced Integrated Composite Repair Jonathan Garhart Sikorsky Aircraft
11:45-1:15 Lunch (On Your Own)
1:15-1:45 AFRL Sealant Removal Tools Paul Childers, AFRL
1:45-2:15 FTIR Heat Damage Assessment on V-22 Wing Skin Justin Massey, NAVAIR FRC Southwest and Andrea Boxell, NAVAIR FRC East
2:15-2:45 Break – Visit Table Top Displays
2:45-3:15 Large Scale Additive Manufacturing: Tooling for Composites Andrew Bader, Additive Engineering Solutions
3:15-3:45 Additively Manufactured Composite Tooling for Sustainment Applications, David Calder, Sustainment Technologies Integration Office University of Dayton Research Institute
3:45-4:15 Fluorescence-Based Nondestructive Evaluation of Incipient Heat Damage in Aircraft Composites Dr. Dan Merdes, Penn State ARL
4:15-4:45 Large Standoff Thermography for the Inspection of Large Scale Composite Structures Dr. Steven Shepard, Thermal Wave Imaging
4:45-5:00 Closing Remarks Kimberly Cockrell, AMRDEC, PIF, Army
5:00-7:00 Industry Tabletop Reception
WEDNESDAY, August 23
8:00-8:30 Keynote: Sustainment Technology Transition “Big Rocks” Mark Smallwood, Director – Air Force Advanced Composites/NDI/Corrosion, AFLCMC
8:30-9:00 Optical Metrology in Advanced Composites Maintenance Ben Thomason, AMRDEC Metrology Team, Army
9:00-9:30 Qualification of Non-Hazardous Solvents to Clean Composite Aircraft Components El Sayed Arafat, NAVAIR Pax River
9:30-10:00 Break – Visit Table Top Displays
10:00-10:30 Composite Repair Materials Characterization and Qualification Guidelines for Aircraft Design and Certification Royal Lovingfoss, NIAR
10:30-11:00 Minimum Bondline Length Study Alexandru Popescu, NAVAIR FRC Southwest
1100-1130 C-5 Metallic to Composite Conversion Leigh Sargent, Applied Composites Engineering (ACE)
11:30-1:00 Lunch (On Your Own)
1:00-1:30 Recent Army Composite Sustainment Projects Kimberly Cockrell, AMRDEC PIF, Army
1:30-2:00 V-22 Composite Repair Patrick Moholt, NAVAIR FRC East
2:00-2:15 Break/Tour Transition
2:15-4:15 Tours: F16 Aircraft Laser De-Paint and F-16 Radome Laser De-Paint
THURSDAY, August 24
8:00-8:30 OSD Maintenance Working Group (WG) Introduction Kimberly Cockrell, AMRDEC, PIF, Army
8:30-8:45 Supply Issues WG Readout Ken Patterson, AFLCMC, Air Force
8:45-9:30 Design for Supportability WG Readout
- Navy Design for Supportability Mo Khalil, NAVAIR FRC East
- Army Design for Supportability David Stone, AMRDEC Aviation Engineering Directorate (AED), Army
- Air Force Design for Supportability Ken Patterson, AFLCMC, Air Force
9:30-10:00 Body of Knowledge / Best Practices WG Readout David Motley, NAVAIR FRC East
10:00-10:15 Break – Last Visit to Table Top Displays
10:15-11:15 Working Group Input Session All Attendees
11:15-11:30 Closing Remarks and Wrap–Up Kimberly Cockrell, AMRDEC, PIF, Army
Call for Topics
You are invited to submit topics for the 2017 DoD Advanced Composite Maintainers TIM!
Would you like to share and/or request a topic? Are you aware of a project completed this year that involved an advanced composite material or process, or a supporting technology, that will impact the maintenance community? Please send your ideas to Andrea Boxell (firstname.lastname@example.org) or your Service POC (listed below). TOPICS ARE DUE July 1, 2017.
Your Service POC will notify you if your topic is selected. Presentations are DUE August 15, 2017. Unless special arrangements are made with your Service POC (listed below), presentations should be 20-30 minutes in length, and presentation material should be pre-approved for Public Release
Industry Tabletop and Networking
Industry partners are encouraged to participate in the tabletop and networking opportunities held throughout the 2017 DoD Advanced Composite Maintainers TIM. These opportunities include the Industry Tabletop Reception, held Tuesday, August 22nd from 5:00pm – 7:00pm, and all noted breaks. Tables will be 3′ by 6′ and should be set up Tuesday, August 22nd between 7:30am and 9:30am to be prepared for the 9:45am break and networking session. Please designate all electric or other needs in the registration form. Vendors are strongly encouraged to incorporate banner stand, table top poster, and other applicable signage into their table top display. If shipping is needed for your presentation materials, please ship to your hotel or bring in hand. Do not ship to or from The Landing or Hill AFB.
Tabletop presenters are expected to be actively engaged with other attendees, including other presenters. You are encouraged to run PowerPoints from your computer and/or provide live product demonstrations where possible.
Registration will open May 1. Please register by August 11th.
Registration will be open to US Citizens from US Government Military and Civilian Service, industry, and academia. Foreign nationals will be approved to attend on a case-by-case basis.
Some sessions may be limited to U.S. Military and Civilian employees only. If the material to be presented and discussed at the TIM contains information that is not approved for public release, or is covered under the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR) or the Export Administration Regulation (EAR), please notify your service POC. Special closed sessions will be held for these presentations. Contractors who wish to attend the closed sessions will be handled on a case-by-case basis and need to contact a service POC.
For travel planning, the meeting will begin at 8:30AM on Tuesday and conclude at 12:00PM on Thursday.
Directions to The Landing:
- From 1-15 Salt Lake, take a right at Hill Field Rd (232) up to the Hill AFB South Gate.
- Continue North on S Gate Ave
- Turn Left on to 6th St
- Turn Left on to E Ave
- Turn Right on to 9th St. Locate The Landing. Park on the Left.
- Guests will have to park at west side parking lot – Ballroom entrance.
Courtyard Salt Lake City Layton
1803 Woodland Park Drive, Clearfield, UT 84015
Hilton Garden Inn Salt Lake City/Layton
762 West Heritage Park Blvd, Layton, UT 84041
Holiday Inn Express Layton
1695 Woodland Park Dr, Layton, UT 84041
Hampton Inn Salt Lake City/Layton
1700 Woodland Park Dr, Layton, UT 84041
Lodging for DoD Personnel
Mountain View Inn
5847 D Ave Bldg 146
Hill AFB, 84056
Please contact Karen Pratt, Manager, at 801-777-1844 or e-mail: Karen.email@example.com
AFLCMC/EZPT-ACO, Bldg. 849
5851 F Ave., RM B-01
Hill AFB, UT 84056-5713
Phone: (801) 586-3324
5405 Fowler Rd
Redstone Arsenal, AL 35898
Phone: (256) 876-4508
FRC – East
Cherry Point, NC
Phone (252) 464-6276
Bookings are closed for this event.
Date(s) - 08/22/2017 - 08/24/2017
The Landing at Hill Air Force Base