Full Conference Programme - The 18th Asia-Pacific Vibration Conference 18th ¢â‚¬â€œ 20th November, 2019,

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  • The 18th Asia-Pacific Vibration Conference 18th – 20th November, 2019, University of Technology Sydney, 15 Broadway, Ultimo, NSW 2007, Australia

    Full Conference Programme Issued: 13/11/2019 21:58:28

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    Contents

    Table of Contents

    CONTENTS .......................................................................................................................................................2

    SPONSORS AND EXHIBITORS, APVC 2019 ........................................................................................................3

    PLATINUM AND GOLD SPONSORS/EXHIBITORS ............................................................................................................... 3 SILVER AND DOUBLE BRONZE SPONSORS/EXHIBITORS ..................................................................................................... 4 OTHER SPONSORS/EXHIBITORS/SUPPORTERS ................................................................................................................. 5

    ORGANISER APVC 2019 ....................................................................................................................................6

    WELCOME TO APVC 2019 ................................................................................................................................7

    ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY ................................................................................................................7

    LOCAL ORGANISING COMMITTEE ....................................................................................................................8

    STEERING COMMITTEE ....................................................................................................................................8

    SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEE ...................................................................................................................................8

    SPECIAL SESSIONS ............................................................................................................................................9

    LOCAL ORIENTATION INFORMATION ............................................................................................................. 10

    CONFERENCE ROOMS LAYOUT ...................................................................................................................... 11

    “KANGAROO” (BUILDING 11, LEVEL 0, ROOM 405) .................................................................................................... 11 “WOMBAT” (BUILDING 11, LEVEL B1, ROOM 101) .................................................................................................... 12 “DINGO” (BUILDING 11, LEVEL 6, ROOM 408) .......................................................................................................... 13 “PLATYPUS” (BUILDING 10, LEVEL 3, ROOM 490) & “KOALA” (BUILDING 10, LEVEL 3, ROOM 500) ................................... 14

    SESSIONS PROGRAMME – AT A GLANCE ........................................................................................................ 15

    PAPERS PROGRAMME – DETAIL VIEW ........................................................................................................... 18

    GUIDELINES FOR SESSION CHAIRS, SPEAKERS AND OTHER DELEGATES ......................................................... 29

    ENTERTAINMENT ........................................................................................................................................... 30

    WELCOME RECEPTION DETAILS................................................................................................................................. 30 GALA DINNER DETAILS ............................................................................................................................................ 31

    Schedule and menu ....................................................................................................................................... 31 UTS TECH LAB TOURS AND FAREWELL COCKTAIL DETAILS .............................................................................................. 32

    What is Tech Lab? ......................................................................................................................................... 32 Why is Tech Lab different? ............................................................................................................................ 32 Ready for the future ...................................................................................................................................... 32

    APPENDIX A – FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND IT EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ............................................... 33

    APPENDIX B – FACULTY OF ENGINEERING AND IT CAR PARKING OPTIONS .................................................... 34

    APPENDIX C – UTS EVENT WIFI ...................................................................................................................... 35

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    Sponsors and exhibitors, APVC 2019

    Platinum and Gold sponsors/exhibitors

    Polytec has been bringing light into the darkness for 50 years. With more than 400 employees worldwide, we develop, produce and distribute optical measurement technology solutions for research and industry. Our quality innovative products have an excellent reputation internationally among the expert community. We find solutions tailored to our customers’ requirements. The development and production of innovative measurement systems, especially for our core technology Laser Doppler Vibrometry (LDV), has kept our customers and us at the forefront of dynamic characterization. The implementation of LDV extends from basic vibration measurement tasks to advanced modal analysis / FE correlation. Ultimately, our solutions are meant to help companies to assert and build upon their technological leadership. The effective use of the laser technology allows a non-contact, non-invasive test method for vibration which is widely appreciated across industries such as Automotive, Aerospace, Semiconductor, Consumer Electronics etc. The decades of experience have allowed Polytec to expand the technology and our product line-up which could be generally summarized as follows: Micro to Macro sample dimensions Single point or Full-field Scanning 1D or 3D axis data FRF, Transient, Mode & Operational Deflection Shape analysis capable Max frequency BW up to 2.5GHz Max distance up to 300m Sub-pm resolution. Together with Warsash Scientific, our long-standing partner in the ANZ region for over 40 years, Polytec would welcome visitors to inspect the latest Polytec VibroFlex series range of research grade single point laser Doppler vibrometers at the APVC 2019 exhibition. The modular concept of VibroFlex combines the versatility of a universal front-end with a selection of special sensor heads, tailored to the needs of your measuring task, including the latest Xtra IR sensor head option. For more information please visit www.polytec.com.

    Bestech Australia, an ISO9001 certified company, supplies state-of-the-art test and measurement sensors for measurement of physical parameters, data acquisition systems as well as technical teaching equipment from world leading manufacturers. Our constantly expanding product portfolio is suitable for university research,

    http://www.polytec.com/ http://www.bestech.com.au/

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    teaching and R&D laboratories as well as for demanding high precision measuring applications in industrial environments. We are proud to complement this with our own manufacture. We offer full local technical support throughout the entire product lifecycle including product specification, commissioning, training and repair. This is delivered by our team of factory trained application engineers and product specialists. We pride in delivering excellent service for ultimate customer satisfaction.

    Digitization is rapidly gaining ground. Today’s manufacturers develop new product architectures and material types, offer consumers customization options and massively introduce smart functionalities. These innovations are enabled by capabilities such as mechatronics, additive manufacturing, and concepts like cloud or the internet of things. Engineers need to master this additional complexity, which is often related to an ever-increasing demand for energy efficiency, while still dealing with classic performance requirements, such as noise, vibrations and durability. This evolution urges companies to dramatically transform their classical verification-centric development processes. Instead, the Digital Twin paradigm is on a rise. In this new approach, manufacturers associate every individual product to a set of ultra-realistic, multi-physics models and data, that stay in-sync, and can predict its real behavior throughout the lifecycle, starting from the very early stages. To achieve this, simulation needs to gain realism to become capable of taking up a predictive role, while the combination of increased validation workload and the exploration of uncharted design territories requires more productive and innovative testing methodologies. On top of that, manufacturers will need to deploy an infrastructure that helps them remove the traditional barriers between departments, even letting product development continue after delivery. That is exactly the core business of Siemens Digital Industries Software. Siemens Digital Industries Software offers manufacturers across the various in