RPMC Industrial Extrusion Seminar: 12-13 Sept
Once again RMIT in co-operation with SPE Australa/NZ is running a 2 day seminar on Extrusion by Dr Chris Rauwendaal of Rauwendaal Extrusion engineering, USA. Chris Rauwendaal, President of Rauwendaal Extrusion Engineering, Inc has over 30 years experience in the plastic extrusion industry. He worked for four years in the man-made fiber industry for American Enka Corp. (now BASF Fibers), and twelve years for Raychem Corporation, a producer of specialty plastic products, as manager of Process Development. Chris has experience in a wide range of extrusion operations, including fiber spinning, film, sheet, tubing, and profile extrusion, coextrusion, and reactive extrusion. Chris has worked on both practical and theoretical problems such as screw and die design, troubleshooting, modelling and computer simulation, material analysis and failure analysis. He has received several awards and is a Fellow of the SPE. Chris has several patents to his name and has written more than 200 articles on extrusion, seven books, two video training seminars, and two interactive CD-ROM courses ITX and SPCIM
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Places are limited so be quick and secure your place in this seminar.
please use the registration information in the attached flyer.
ASR AGM & Annual Dinner
|DATE:||Thursday 21st July, 2011|
||GAYLORD INDIAN RESTAURANT
4 Tattersalls Lane
Melbourne, VIC 3000 (enter through Lt. Bourke Street,China Town)
|COST:||$32 per head for full members and accompanying partners
$27 per head for full-time student members and partners.
You will enjoy tasty Indian cuisines with fine wine and soft Drinks (provided by ASR). So please take this opportunity to catch up with old friends and colleagues or make new ones- a wonderful time is guaranteed for all!
A banquet Menu:
3. New committee (any nomination to serve on the committee is welcome)
4. Financial reports (Treasurer and Auditor) 5. Other business
Chemical Engineering Victoria presents the following Rheology lecture presented by Prof. Paul Slatter, RMPC, RMIT University. If you are interested in attended please see the attached flyer for more details and registration.
The Impact of Fluid Rheology in the Process Industries
Date: Wednesday March 23rd, 2011
Venue:Engineers Australia Auditorium, 21 Bedford St, North Melbourne
CPD Credit: Up to 2 hour Attendance credit towards continuing Professional Development
The Korean Society of Rheology invites you to participate in the 6th Korean-Australian Rheology Conference that will be held in Daejeon, Korea from 25th to 27th of September, 2011. This conference will provide an international forum to showcase the rheological researches in Korea, Australia, and the Asia-Pacific region. The purpose of this conference is to provide a platform for the reporting of the latest results concerning issues related to various aspects of the rheological and flow properties of materials. All scientists and engineers interested in rheology and related area are invited to participate in this conference.
Authors are invited to submit abstracts (not exceeding 200 words) for either oral or poster presentations. Abstract should be sent to the Conference Secretariat no later than May 31, 2011 via e-mail. We only plan to publish a booklet of abstracts but we encourage participants to submit a manuscript of the paper so that it can be considered for publishing in the Korea-Australia Rheology Journal
TOPICS OF INTERESTS
The conference will be divided into two parallel sessions over the two days (26th and 27th). Contributions to the following topics will be welcomed:
- Polymer Processing
- Experimental Rheology
- Materials Processing
- Computational Rheology
- Micro/Nano Rheology
- Suspensions and Colloids
- Food Rheology
- Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics
- Solid Mechanics
- Polymer Melts/Solutions
- General Rheology
Abstract (not exceeding 200 words): May 31, 2011
Notice of Acceptance: June 30, 2011
Pre-Registration: July 31, 2011
Conference and Technical Program Organizer
Prof. Do Hyun Kim (KAIST, Korea)
Prof. Kangtaek Lee (Yonsei University, Korea)
Prof. Kwang Soo Cho (Kyungpook National University, Korea)
Prof. Myung Ho Kim (Hannam University, Korea)
Prof. Hyun Wook Jung (Korea University, Korea)
Prof. Ju Min Kim (Ajou University, Korea)
Prof. Wook Ryol Hwang (Gyeongsang National University, Korea)
The Korean Society of Rheology – KARC2011
Rm. 806, New Bldg., The Korea Science & Technology Center
635-4 Yeoksam-dong, Kangnam-gu, Seoul 135-703, Korea
Phone: +82-2-3452-5117, Fax: +82-2-3452-5119
The inaugural meeting of the WA branch of the Australian Society of Rheology was held in Perth in NOember last year, with the objective of drawing together the rheology community in the state. This one day seminar on 17th November covered a wide range of materials processing applications. Keynote lectures were given on flow of mineral slurries (Professor Paul Slatter, RMIT), rheometry of mixtures (Andrew Chryss, CSIRO) and characterising materials for medical applications (Dr Michael Glinsky, CSIRO CEO Science Leader). Below is a photo of the approximately 40 attendees.
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