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1st International Conference on Impact Loading of Structures and Materials ICILSM /26 May 2016 Turin, Italy DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL AND AEROSPACE ENGINEERING W W W. I C I L S M O R G WELCOME ADDRESS P.3 ORGANIZATION P.4 CONGRESS VENUE P.5 HOW TO COME P.6 GENERAL PROGRAM P.8 MONDAY Program P.9 TUESDAY Program P.11 WEDNESDAY Program P.14 THURSDAY Program P.17 SPONSOR & SUPPORTERS P.18 EVENTS & GENERAL INFORMATION P.19 CONTACTS P.20 WELCOME ADDRESS The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering (DIMEAS) of Politecnico di Torino is pleased to host the 1st International Conference on Impact Loading of Structures and Materials which follows the previous four editions of the International Conference on Impact Loading of Lightweight Structures. This series of conferences, initiated by Prof. Norman Jones (University of Liverpool) and Prof. Tom Wierzbicki (MIT) in the 1980s, continued in Florianópolis (Brazil, 2005), Trondheim (Norway, 2008), Valenciennes (France, 2011) and Cape Town (South Africa, 2014). The conference is planned to be a forum for scientists, researchers and engineers, from all over the world, to exchange ideas and experience on the behavior and modelling of materials, safety and design of structures with respect to high strain-rate, impact and blast loading in particular. The list of topics includes but is not limited to: Material characterization including failure (lightweight alloys, composites, polymers, high-strength steels, foams, ceramics, biological materials) Structural failure, energy absorbing systems and crashworthiness Vehicle safety (automotive, railways, aerospace, motorcycles and bicycles, naval) Impact biomechanics Ballistic impact Experimental techniques Theoretical models Numerical analysis Each providing information on the design of modern, lightweight structures and contributing to a safer world. A major objective is to strengthen the link between research and development, which is carried out at universities and research organizations, and the needs of industry and society. Thus, scientists from both academia and industry are encouraged to contribute at the conference. Any kind of structure or material is to be included in the conference topics as well as any kind of application, from road vehicles to aircraft, trains, spacecrafts, ships, offshore structures, strategic buildings and infrastructure. Prof. Giovanni Belingardi Chair of ICILSM 2016 Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Politecnico di Torino Prof. Massimiliano Avalle Co-Chair of ICILSM 2016 Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Politecnico di Torino 3 ORGANIZATION INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE 4 Serge Abrate - University of Southern Illinois, USA William Altenhof - University of Windsor, Canada Marcílio Alves - University of São Paulo (USP), Brazil Daniel Ambrosini - National University of Cuyo, Argentina Pierre Jean Arnoux - IFSTTAR, France Massimiliano Avalle - Politecnico di Torino, Italy Francesco Aymerich - Università di Cagliari, Italy Mike Bambach - University of New South Wales, Australia Giovanni Belingardi - Politecnico di Torino, Italy Ahmed Benallal - LMT Cachan, France Nicola Bonora - Università degli studi di Cassino e del Lazio Meridionale, Italy Tore Borvik - Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NUTN), Norway Ezio Cadoni - SUPSI, Switzerland Wesley Cantwell - University of Liverpool, UK Bruno Castanié - Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Toulose, France Weinong Chen - Purdue University, USA Duane Cronin - University of Waterloo, Canada John P. Dear - Imperial College London, UK Fabian Duddeck - Technical University of Munich (TUM), Germany Ahmed Elmarakbi - University of Sunderland, UK Michael Gilchrist - University of Dublin, Ireland Sun Guangyong - Hunan University, China Narinder Kumar Gupta - Indian Institute of Technology, India Norman Jones - University of Liverpool, UK Dora Karagiozova - Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Bulgaria Ted Krauthammer - University of Florida, USA Genevieve Langdon - University of Cape Town, South Africa Bertrand Langrand - Onera, France Magnus Langseth - Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NUTN), Norway Valentina Lopresto - Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy Guoxing Lu Nanyang - Swinburne University of Technology, Australia Eric Markiewicz - Université de Valenciennes, France Francesco Marulo - Università di Napoli Federico II, Italy Roberta Massabò - Università di Genova, Italy Dirk Mohr - Ecole Polytechnique, France Gerald Nurick - University of Cape Town, South Africa Nik Petrinic - University of Oxford, UK Anthony Pickett - Universität Stuttgart, Germany William G. Proud - Imperial College London, UK Kaliat T. Ramesh - Johns Hopkins University, USA Leonard E. Schwer - Schwer Engineering & Consulting Services, USA Victor P.W. Shim - National University of Singapore, Singapore Arun Shukla - University of Rhode Island, USA Bill Stronge - University of Cambridge, UK Klaus Thoma - Fraunhofer EMI, Germany Reza Vaziri - The University of British Columbia, Canada Patricia Verleysen - Ghent University, Belgium Chen Wang - Beijing Institute of Technology, China Tomasz Wierzbicki - Massachussetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA Michael Worswick - University of Waterloo, Canada David Yankelevsky - Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Israel Tongxi Yu - Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong Han Zhao - LMT Cachan, France ORGANIZING COMMITTEE Prof. Giovanni BELINGARDI (Chair) Prof. Massimiliano AVALLE Prof. Lorenzo PERONI Prof. Giorgio CHIANDUSSI Dr. Alessandro SCATTINA CONGRESS VENUE The conference will take place at Politecnico di Torino ( Politecnico di Torino is one of the leading institutions to study engineering and architecture in Italy. Among the various campuses of Politecnico di Torino in the Piedmont region, the conference will take place at the Main Campus Corso Duca degli Abruzzi. The main campus is made of two parts that are divided by corso Castelfidardo. The Sede centrale is located between corso Duca degli Abruzzi and corso Castelfidardo, while the Cittadella Politecnica is located between corso Castelfidardo and via Paolo Borsellino. There are many entrances to the Campus. The main entrance is located in Corso Duca degli Abruzzi 24 and it is the preferable entrance for reaching the Auditorium (Aula Magna) for plenary sessions. Other entrances of the Campus are located in Corso Castelfidardo, via Borsellino and Corso Einaudi. The entrance to Cittadella Politecnica located in corso Castelfidardo 37 is preferable for reaching the rooms of parallel sessions (rooms I). The welcome cocktail will take place in the historical building of Castello del Valentino (first site of Politecnico di Torino) near the Po river (Viale Pier Andrea Mattioli, 39, Torino; by tram lines 9 stop 629, or bus 299). 5 HOW TO REACH THE CONFERENCE VENUE: BY PLANE Airport Sandro Pertini - Torino Caselle (TRN) is 40 minutes by car. Please consider that during rush hours it may take 1 hour. The taxi fee from the airport to Politecnico di Torino Corso Duca degli Abruzzi is about 35 euros during the day. There are regular shuttle buses of various companies from the Airport to the city centre and vice versa every half an hour. Tickets are about 7 euros. The preferable bus stop in the city centre is Torino Porta Susa (train station). Then, follow the by train instructions. BY TRAIN From the Porta Susa station you can either walk (15 minutes) or take the tramway 10 (direction Settembrini) at the bus stop named XVIII Dicembre place and get out at the fourth bus stop (Corso Duca degli Abruzzi-Politecnico). The ticket costs 1,50 euros. BY METRO There is only one metro line in Torino. The metro station nearest to Politecnico is the Vinzaglio station, which is 5 minutes walk from Politecnico. Once you get out of the metro go along corso Duca degli Abruzzi in the south direction (opposite to the city centre). BY BUS Buses 58, 58/, 33 and tramway 16 have a bus stop at the campus. 6 HOW TO COME 7 GENERAL PROGRAM SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, :30 9:00 Keynote 3 (Mohr) Keynote 5 (Olivares) Keynote 8 (Nurick) Registration 9:00 9:30 Keynote 4 (Arnoux) Keynote 6 (Yu) Keynote 9 (Bouvet) 9:30 10:00 SIE Presentation (Alves) Keynote 7 (Duddeck) Keynote 10 (Petrinic) Opening 10:00 10:30 Coffee-break Coffee-break Coffee-break 10:30 11:00 Coffee-break 11:00 11:30 Keynote 1 (Abrate) 11:30 12:00 Keynote 2 (Cornacchia) Blast l. Nurick Vehicle safety Duddeck Materials Verleysen Imp. bio. Marulo 75th Yu Karagiozova Crash Altenhof Ballistic impact Haq 75th Yu Lu Crash Castanié 12:00 13:00 Lunch Lunch Lunch 13:00 13:30 13:30 14:00 14:00 14:30 Structur. failure Alves Composites Lopresto Material charact. Aymerich Structur. failure Worswick Composites Massabò HSF + Theor M. Zhao Impact biomec. Arnoux 75th Yu Langseth Num. analysis Cronin 14:30 15:00 15:00 15:30 Coffee-break Coffee-break Coffee-break 8 15:30 16:00 16:00 16:30 16:30 17:00 Structur. failure Yu Composites Vaziri Material charact. Shim Blast loading Børvik Composites Abrate Experim. Techn. Cadoni 75th Yu Langdon Num. analysis Markiewicz 17:00 17:30 17:30 18:00 18:00 18:30 18:30 19:00 Welcome cocktail at Castello del Valentino 19:00 19:30 19:30 23:30 Conference Dinner at Circolo Unione Industriale di Torino S01 Ballistic impact S06 Material characterization S11 Structural failure Keynotes (other) S02 Blast loading S07 Numerical analysis S12 Theoretical models Organization and other S03 Experimental techniques S08 SS: Crashworthiness S13 Vehicle safety Resting/recreational S04 High-speed forming (HSF) S09 SS: Composites S05 Impact biomechanics S10 SS: 75th Prof. Yu MONDAY Program 08:30-09:30 Registration 09:30-10:30 Welcome ceremony: conference opening 10:30-11:00 Coffee break 11:00-11:30 Keynote 1: Serge Abrate Underwater Blasts, Impacts, and Shock Waves in Medical Applications 11:30-12:00 Keynote 2: Giorgio Cornacchia 12:00-13:00 Lunch break Restaurant Mixto MONDAY, MAY 23, WORKING SESSION :00 13:20 13:20 13:40 13:40 14:00 14:00 14:20 Session 1.1A - Room 1P Session 1.1B - Room 2P Session 1.1C - Room 4P Structural failure 1/3 Chair: Marcílio AlvesStructural failure 1/3 Chair: Marcílio Alves 3 - Grimsmo Erik L., Clausen Arild H., Aalberg Arne, Langseth Magnus; 'Dynamic response of beam-to-column joints of steel' 8 - Qi Chang, Yang Shu, Yang Li- Jun, Shu Jian, Han Shou-Hong, Pei Lian-Zheng; 'Blast resistance and multi-objective optimization of metallic sandwich panels with graded aluminum foam cores' 19 - Kara Emre, Crupi Vincenzo, Epasto Gabriella, Guglielmino Eugenio, Aykul Halil; 'Low Velocity Impact Response of Sandwiches with Micro Lattice Cores Manufactured via Selective Laser Sintering' 23 - Wilhelm Arnaud, Ferrero Jean- François, Rivallant Samuel; Parametric study of a sandwich structure under soft impact. Special session: composites 1/4 Chair: Valentina LoprestoSpecial session: composites 1/4 Chair: Valentina Lopresto 4 - Al-Dodoee Omar Hashim Hassoon, Mostapha Tarfaoui, Mahrez AIT Mohammed; 'Damages Modeling in Composite Materials: Effect of Laminate Stacking Sequences' 41 - Belingardi Giovanni, Mehdipour Hadi, Mangino Enrico, Martorana Brunetto; 'Experimental and numerical analysis of low to medium velocity impact of a woven fabric composite beam with injection moulded short fibre composite ribs' 44 - D'Andrea Alessio, Paolino Davide Salvatore, Belingardi Giovanni; 'A methodology for the assessment of residual elastic properties in damaged components made of composite materials' 47 - Carello Massimiliana, Airale Andrea Giancarlo, Ferraris Alessandro, Virgillito Enrico; 'Different methods to evaluate SEA in GFRP laminated plates' Material characterization 1/3 Chair: Francesco AymerichMaterial characterization 1/3 Chair: Francesco Aymerich 10 - Shim Victor P.W., Guo Yangbo, Chen Jianhong, Gao Guangfa, Li Pei; 'Dynamic Crushing of Anisotropic Polymeric Foam Effects of Loading Direction and Strain Rate' 14 - Nasim Mohammad, Brasca Michele; 'Impact Properties of Polymeric Materials Used for Motorcyclists Personal Protective Equipment' 29 - Li Jianguo, Suo Tao, Li Yulong; Mechanical responses and dynamic failure of Nanostructure Cu-Al alloys under uniaxial compression 31 - Miao Ying-Gang, Li Yu-Long, Suo Tao, Tang Zhong-Bin; On the Mechanical Response and damagebased Constitutive Model of Epoxy under Wide Strain Rate loading 9 MONDAY, MAY 23, WORKING SESSION 1.1 (CONTINUES) 14:20 14:40 14:40 15:00 15:00 15:30 Session 1.1A - Room 1P Session 1.1B - Room 2P Session 1.1C - Room 4P Structural failure 1/3 Chair: Marcílio AlvesStructural failure 1/3 Chair: Marcílio Alves 18 - Belingardi Giovanni, Castiglione Giovanni; Relevance of forming processes on crash performance of body-in-white structural parts Coffee break Special session: composites 1/4 Chair: Valentina LoprestoSpecial session: composites 1/4 Chair: Valentina Lopresto 54 - De Marco Muscat-Fenech Claire, Mizzi Karl; 'Analysis of the impact on composite sandwich structures' 60 - Tostain Floran, Guillén Ulecia Pilar, Fúster Alfonso Luis, Rivallant Samuel, Espinosa Christine; 'Crushing of composite plates: an experimental comparison between laminate and interlock behaviour under static and dynamic loads' P classrooms court Material characterization 1/3 Chair: Francesco AymerichMaterial characterization 1/3 Chair: Francesco Aymerich 63 - Lafilé Vincent, Grolleau Vincent, Mahéo Laurent, Penin Arnaud, Galpin Bertrand; 'Strain rate effect under various stress states on two metals' 72 - Pandya Kedar, McShane Graham; 'Prediction of damage initiation in epoxy over a wide range of stress states, strain rates and temperatures' MONDAY, MAY 23, WORKING SESSION :30 15:50 15:50 16:10 16:10 16:30 16:30 16:50 16:50 17:10 17:10 17:30 Session 1.2A - Room 1P Session 1.2B - Room 2P Session 1.2C - Room 4P Structural failure 2/3 Chair: Tongxi Yu 32 - Costas Miguel, Díaz Jacobo, Romera Luis, Morin David, Langseth Magnus; 'Experimental characterization and numerical multi-objective optimization of the crashworthiness of aluminum extrusions filled with PET foam and GFRP.' 34 - Wouts Jeremy, Coutellier Daniel, Oudjene Marc, Haugou Gregory, Morvan Hervé; 'Energy absorption capability of spruce and beech under axial compression with rigid confinement.' 45 - Duan Libin, Cheng Aiguo, Xiao NingCong, Li Guangyao, Chen Tao; 'GSA-based Multi-objective Optimization for Light-weight Design of Full Parametric Concept Car Body' 52 - Harris Jonathan, McShane Graham; 'Effects of material alignment in additively manufactured structures for blast and impact protection' 61 - Sturm Ralf; 'Crashworthiness of the twin-walled fuselage design' Borazjani Soroosh, Belingardi Giovanni; 'Light-Weight-Design: Detailed Comparison of Roof Panel Solutions at Crash and Stiffness Analyses' Special session: composites 2/4 Chair: Reza Vaziri S. Aadithya, M. Nallamohamed, B. Vinoth, A. Praveen kumar; Numerical and experimental study of the effect of orientation and stacking sequence on petalling of composite cylindrical tubes under axial compression 82 - Boria Simonetta, Raponi Elena, Belingardi Giovanni, Giannoni Fabio; 'Searching the energy absorption capability of composite impact attenuators with the particle swarm optimization' 90 - McShane Graham, Harris Jonathan, Schenk Mark, Guest Simon; 'Origami-inspired energy absorbing cellular materials' Beyene Alem Tekalign, Belingardi Giovanni, Martorana Brunetto, Innocente Franco; 'Low velocity impact investigation: an experimental and numerical study on automotive bumper made of Semi Impregnated Microsandwich composite' 91 - Treutenaere Sylvain, Lauro Franck, Bennani Bruno, Xu Weijiang, Mottola Ernesto, Matsumoto Tsukatada; 'Numerical and experimental evaluation of the damage induced by a low-speed impact on a composite plate in an industrial context' Sbarufatti Claudio, Gilioli Andrea, Dziendzikowski Michal, Dragan Krzysztof, Manes Andrea, Frovel Malte, Giglio Marco; 'Compression after impact (CAI) test on CFRP panels with embedded FBG sensors' Material characterization 2/3 Chair: Victor Shim 86 - Govender Reuben, Curry Richard; 'The Open Hopkinson Pressure Bar Addressing force equilibrium in specimens with non-uniform deformation' 87 - Donnard Adrien, Guérard Sandra, Maheo Laurent, Rio Gérard, Viot Philippe; 'Investigation of foam multiaxial behavior by numerical and experimental methods' Eller T.K., Greve L., Andres M., Medricky M., Geijselaers H.J.M., Meinders V.T., van den Boogaard A.H.; 'The softened heat-affected zone in resistance spot welded tailor hardened boron steel: a material model for crash simulation' Cui Hao, Kalwak Gordon, Yasaee Mehdi, Hallett Stephen, Pellegrino Antonio, Petrinic Nik; 'High loading rate tension and shear response of Z-pins in multidirectional laminates' Peroni Lorenzo, Scapin Martina, Tridello Andrea, Analysis of the dynamic behaviour of tungsten in post-necking regime J.Y. Yang, Q.M.Li; Dynamic mode transformation of an elastic-plastic ring subjected to internal impulsive load TUESDAY Program 08:30-09:00 Keynote 3: Prof. Dirk Mohr Ductile fracture under extreme conditions: Experiments and Modeling 09:00-09:30 Keynote 4: Pierre Jean Arnoux Human models to understand, prevent and repair injuries 09:30-10:00 Society of Impact Engineering (SIE) Presentation: Marcílio Alves 10:00-10:30 Coffee break P classrooms court TUESDAY, MAY 24, WORKING SESSION :30 10:50 10:50 11:10 11:10 11:30 11:30 11:50 11:50 13:00 Session 2.1A - Room 1P Session 2.1B - Room 2P Session 2.1C - Room 4P Blast loading 1/2 Chair: Gerald Nurick 11 - Aune Vegard, Valsamos Georgios, Casadei Folco, Larcher Martin, Langseth Magnus, Børvik Tore; 'Inelastic response of thin aluminium plates exposed to blast loading' 30 - Kristoffersen Martin, Osnes Karoline, Rydtun Haug Sondre, Aune Vegard, Børvik Tore; 'Shock tube testing and numerical simulations of concrete slabs' 57 - Chung Kim Yuen Steeve, Balden Victor, Lucas Adrian, Mone Aurelie; 'Response of V-shaped sandwich panels filled with tubular cores subjected to a blast load' 73 - Cadoni Ezio, Dotta Matteo, Forni Daniele; Effect of the high temperature on the high strain rate behaviour of an austenitic stainless steel Lunch break Vehicle safety Chair: Fabian Duddeck 25 - Simon Mößner, Tim Rudolph, Fabian Duddeck; 'Simplified modeling of vehicle frontends for pedestrian safety with the FlexPLI' 35 - Vidjannagni Kodjo, Michel Massenzio, Sylvie Ronel, Denis Brizard, Clement Goubel; 'Design and assessing of Motorcyclist Vehicle Restraint Systems: numerical simulation and parametric study' 64 - Dlugosch Michael, Lukaszewicz Dirk, Fritsch Jens, Hiermaier Stefan; 'Experimental investigation of automotive components consisting of hybrid FRP-metal-material systems under dynamic loading' 84 - Duan Libin, Li Guangyao, Xiao NingCong, Sun Guangyong, Zhang Huile, Pang Tong; 'Parametric analysis for variable-thickness rolled blank (VRB) top-hat thin-walled structures under bending impact loading' Restaurant Mixto Material characterization 3/3 Chair: Patricia Verleysen Peroni Marco, Jung Anne, Larcher Martin, Solomos George; 'High strainrate properties of hybrid aluminium and polyurethane foams' Scapin Martina, Peroni Lorenzo, Tridello Andrea, Mechanical behaviour of pure iridium in high strain-rate and high temperature loading conditions Chen Y. Chen, Xue P. Xue, Liu H.F. Liu, Li Y.L. Li; 'Behaviour of Composite Single-bolted Joint under Dynamic Tensile and Compressive Loading' Elmarakbi Ahmed, Azoti Wiyao; Crashworthiness modelling of hierarchical short glass fibres reinforced graphene polymer composites materials 11 TUESDAY, MAY 24, WORKING SESSION :00 13:20 13:20 13:40 13:40 14:00 14:00 14:20 14:20 14:40 14:40 15:00 15:00 15:30 Session 2.2A - Room 1P Session 2.2B - Room 2P Session 2.2C - Room 4P Structural failure 3/3 Chair: Michael Worswick Abd Kadir Nurdina, Wan Abd Hamid Wan Luqman Hakim, Aminanda Yulfian,
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