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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Conferences | Mechatonics and Robotics | Aeronautical Science | Tokyo | USA | Europe | Middle-East | Asia-Pacific | UK | Japan

International Conference on

Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering

Theme: Revolutionary Innovation in Mechanical and Aerospace Technologies Abstract Submission is Now Open

Event Date & Time

Event Location

Tokyo, Japan

18 years of lifescience communication

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Tracks & Key Topics

Mechanical and Aerospace 2019

About Conference

EuroSciCon invites all the participants from over the world to attend the “International Conference on Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering” which is going to be held in Tokyo, Japan on June 24-25, 2019.

Mechanical and Aerospace 2019 Conference highlights the theme Revolutionary Innovation in Mechanical and Aerospace Technologies” this event designed in a way to provide an exclusive platform for mechanical and space engineers, new researchers, scholars, technologists, applied scientists, students, and educators to present and discuss the most recent advancements and developments, practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the arena of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.

What’s New?

Mechanical and Aerospace 2019 is a global platform for displaying research about mechanical and aeronautic design and interchanging knowledge about it and therefore, it also provides a path to multiply the information in both the insightful network and business.

Mechanical and Aerospace 2019 joins applications from various scientific tracks, pushing the frontier of Mechanical and Aerospace Technology. Mechanical conference represents the investigation of maintaining, examining, structuring and manufacturing machineries. This ranges from planning the modest parts of machines as well as the treating the large-scale machineries. Therefore, Aerospace conference deals with the design, development and maintenance of aircraft, space shuttle, rockets and weapons systems. A fundamental of aerospace includes flight safety, fuel efficiency, eco-friendliness, working expenses and natural effect.

Why to attend?

Mechanical and Aerospace 2019 will put a genuine attempt to get together the desires for the everyday citizens in building up the country through advancements. The meeting will join proficient architects and famous specialists from research association, scholastic establishments and businesses to share learning and skill in the field of mechanical and aerospace engineering.

Target Audience:

  • Mechanical Engineers
  • Aerospace and Aeronautics Engineers
  • Mechanical Societies and Associations
  • Aerospace Societies and Associations
  • Business Entrepreneurs
  • R&D Companies
  • Professors
  • Students and Researchers from Mechanical and Aerospace Streams
  • Scientists and Nobel laureates
  • Departmental Head & Chairs
  • Investors and Innovators
  • Distributors, Resellers, and Traders
  • Government Bodies such as Regulating Authorities and Policy Makers
  • Venture Capitalists, Private Equity Firms, and Start-up Companies

EuroSciCon is the longest running independent life science events company with a predominantly academic client base. Our multi-professional and multi-specialty approach creates a unique experience that cannot be found with a specialist society or commercially.

Opportunities for Conference Attendees

For Researchers & Faculty:

  • Speaker Presentations
  • Poster Display
  • Symposium hosting
  • Workshop organizing

For Universities, Associations & Societies:

  • Association Partnering
  • Collaboration proposals
  • Academic Partnering
  • Group Participation

For Students & Research Scholars:

  • Poster Competition (Winner will get Best Poster Award)
  • Young Researcher Forum (YRF Award to the best presenter)
  • Student Attendee
  • Group Registrations

For Business Delegates:

  • Speaker Presentations
  • Symposium hosting
  • Book Launch event
  • Networking opportunities
  • Audience participation

For Companies:

  • Exhibitor and Vendor Booths
  • Sponsorships opportunities
  • Product launch
  • Workshop organizing
  • Scientific Partnering
  • Marketing and Networking with clients

Euroscicon organizes many International Mechanical and Aerospace Meetings annually across Europe, Austria, Ireland, Germany, France, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Finland, Luxembourg, Hungary, Italy, Norway, Poland, Denmark, Macedonia, Greece, Portugal, Romania, Czech Republic, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Belgium, Scotland, Latvia, Ukraine, Sweden, Denmark, Spain, Netherlands Russia, Bulgaria, France, with solitary subject of quickening logical revelations.

Conference Highlights:

  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Solid Mechanics
  • Mechatronics and robotics
  • Thermal Engineering
  • Industry 4.0
  • Automotive Engineering
  • Production and Manufacturing
  • Mechanical Designing - Computer-aided Tools
  • Applied Mechanics and Materials
  • Transportation Systems and Technologies
  • Stuctural Analysis
  • System Dynamics and Controls
  • Aeronautical Science
  • Space & Satellite Communication
  • Aeroelasticity & Structural Dynamics
  • Aircraft flight mechanics and controls
  • Avionics
  • Aerodynamics
  • Aerospace Materials and Designs
  • Aeronautics & Astronautics
  • Acoustical engineering
  • Propulsion and Energy Sciences
  • Marine and Railway Engineering
  • Optomechanical engineering
  • Bioengineering and Bio-Mechanics
  • Application of Mechanical and Aerospace Technology
  • Recent Innovation in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Session/Tracks

Track: 1 Fluid Mechanism

Fluid mechanics is a part of material science concerned about the mechanics of liquids (fluids, gases, and plasmas) and the forces applied to them. It has applications in a variety of disciplines, including mechanical, civil, chemical, and biomedical engineering, geophysics, astronomy, and science. It further divided into fluid statics- the investigation of liquids at rest; and fluid dynamics, the investigation of the impact of forces on the movement of a fluid.

Fluid Mechanism is a part of continuum mechanics, a subject which models matter without utilizing the data that it is made out of atoms; i.e., it displays matter from a macroscopic viewpoint rather than from microscopic. Fluid mechanics, particularly Fluid dynamics, is a functioning field of research, typically mathematically complex. Numerous issues are somewhat or completely unsolved and are best tended to by numerical strategies, regularly utilizing PCs. A cutting-edge discipline, called Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), is dedicated to this methodology. Particle image velocimetry, a trial technique for envisioning and breaking down liquid stream, additionally exploits the exceedingly visual nature of the liquid stream.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Continuum mechanics
  • Fluid Statics and Dynamics
  • Characteristics of fluids
  • Rheology
  • Navier–Stokes equations
  • Inviscid and viscous fluids
  • Newtonian vs. Non-Newtonian fluids
  • Laminar/Turbulent flow
  • Compressible and Incompressible flow
  • Drag, lift & Buoyancy in fluids
  • Fundamentals of Flow
  • Boundary layer
  • One-Dimensional Flow: a mechanism for conservation of flow properties
  • Viscosity
  • Shearing of a fluid
  • Euler-Bernoulli beam equation
  • Archimedes' principle
  • computational fluid dynamics
  • Fluid Mechanics Applications

 

Track: 2 Solid Mechanics

Solid mechanics is the study of distortion and movement of solids and solid materials under the external forces. It is one of the major fundamentals of applied engineering sciences, which is used to identify, describe and explain a large number of physical phenomena around us.

Solid mechanics is a huge subject. The major reason behind this is the extensive variety of materials which falls under its ambit: steel, wood, froth, plastic, foodstuffs, textiles, concrete and natural materials, etc. Another reason is the extensive variety of uses in which these materials happen. For instance, the hot metal being gradually forged during the fabrication of an aircraft part will possess divergent behavior on contrastingly to the metal of an automobile which collides with a divider at rapid on a chilly day.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Statics and Dynamics
  • Mechanics of Materials (Strength of Materials)
  • Elasticity theory
  • Continuum plasticity theory
  • Viscoelasticity and viscoplasticity theory
  • Computational Mechanics
  • Concepts of stress, strain, and elasticity
  • Beams, Columns, Plates, and Shells
  • Composite materials
  • Geomechanics and Contact Mechanics
  • Fracture and Damage Mechanics
  • Stability of structures
  • Biomechanics
  • Large deformation mechanics
  • Dynamical systems and Chaos
  • Thermomechanics and Experimental Mechanics

 

Track: 3 Mechatronics and Robotics

Mechatronics, which is also known as mechatronics engineering, is a multidisciplinary part of engineering that centers around the engineering of both electrical and mechanical frameworks, and also includes a combination of robotics, hardware, PC, broadcast communications, frameworks, control, and product engineering. As innovation progresses after some time, different subfields of engineering have succeeded in both adapting and multiplying. The aim of mechatronics is to produce a design solution that binds together each of these different subfields. Initially, the field of mechatronics was planned to be just a combination of mechanics and electronics, thus the name being a mix of both mechanics and electronics; in any case, as the unpredictability of specialized frameworks kept on advancing, the definition had been widened to incorporate more specialized arena.

Robotics is an interdisciplinary part of engineering and science that incorporates mechanical, electronic, IT, software engineering, and others. Robotic technology manages the structure, development, operation, and utilization of robots, and additionally computer systems for their control, tangible criticism, and information processing. These advances are used to create machines that can substitute for people and reproduce human activities. Robots can be used in many situations and for bunches of purposes, however, today many are used in hazardous situations (i.e., bomb detection and deactivation), producing forms, or where people can't endure (i.e., in space).

Sub-Tracks:

  • Engineering cybernetics
  • Sensing and control systems
  • Sensor and its types
  • Microprocessors and microcontrollers
  • Bio-Sensors and MEMS
  • Types of robots and their applications
  • Human-robot interactions
  • Nanomanipulation and Nanomanufacturing
  • Smart materials and structures
  • Kinematics and synthesis of mechanisms
  • Micro and Nanopositioning systems
  • Bio-inspired compliant systems
  • Hydraulic/Pneumatic Systems
  • CNC technology and Robotics
  • Mechanical Actuators

 

Track: 4 Thermal Engineering

Thermal Engineering is a specialized branch of Mechanical Engineering that deals with thermodynamics, heat transfer and its energy conversion between various mediums, as well as into other usable forms of energy and heat. A Thermal Engineer will be equipped with the ability to design frameworks and procedures to change over produced energy from different thermal sources into chemical, mechanical or electrical energy. Thermal Engineering is practiced by mechanical, chemical and electrical engineers. At least one of the accompanying orders might be engaged with taking care of a specific thermal engineering issue: Thermodynamics, Fluid mechanics, Heat transfer, or Mass transfer. Most frequently used branch of thermal engineering is Thermofluids, which encompasses four major intersecting fields: Heat transfer, Thermodynamics, Fluid mechanics and Combustion.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Thermodynamics
  • Fluid mechanics
  • Heat and Mass transfer
  • Heat exchangers
  • Thermofluids
  • Energy conversion
  • HVAC applications
  • Combustion and Combustion engines
  • Thermal power plants
  • Computer cooling
  • Boiler design
  • Solar heating
  • Branches of thermodynamics
  • Laws of thermodynamics
  • Conduction, Convection and Radiation Heat Transfer
  • Phase transition

 

Track: 5 Industry 4.0

Industry 4.0 is a name given to the current pattern of computerization and information exchange in assembling innovations (i.e., Manufacturing Technologies). It incorporates cyber-physical systems, the Internet of things, cloud computing and cognitive computing. Industry 4.0 is commonly referred to as the fourth industrial revolution. Industry 4.0 cultivates what has been known as a "Smart Factory". Within modular structured smart factories, cyber-physical systems monitor physical processes, make a virtual duplicate of the physical world and settle on decentralized choices. Over the Internet of Things, cyber-physical frameworks impart and collaborate with one another and with people in real-time both inside and crosswise over hierarchical administrations offered and utilized by members of the value chain.

Sub-Tracks:

  • 4.0 in Big Data Analytics
  • Integration in Cloud Services
  • 3D-Printing
  • Cyber Security
  • Autonomous Robots
  • Internet of Things
  • Augmented Reality
  • Simulation
  • Horizontal and Vertical Integration
  • Real-time control & monitoring
  • Manufacturing automation
  • Real-time information sharing
  • Cyber-physical machine tools
  • Wireless communication

 

Track: 6 Automotive Engineering

Automotive engineering, along with aerospace and marine engineering, is a part of vehicle engineering, joining components of mechanical, electrical, electronic, software and safety engineering are connected to the structure, production, and operation of bikes, cars and trucks and their respective engineering subsystems. In addition, it also includes modification of vehicles. Manufacturing domains which deal with the modeling and construction of the automobile’s parts are also included in this stream. The automotive engineering is research-concentrated and includes direct use of mathematical models and equations. The study of automotive engineering is to construct, create, manufacture, and testing vehicles or vehicle components from the concept stage to the production stage. Production, development, and manufacturing are the three major disciplines in this field.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Automobile Engineering
  • Safety engineering
  • NVH engineering (noise, vibration, and harshness)
  • Vehicle Dynamics
  • The V-approach
  • Ground Vehicle Fundamentals
  • Automotive Manufacturing Systems
  • Combustion and Emissions
  • Engine System Analysis, Design, and Experimentation
  • Advanced Internal Combustion Engine Concepts
  • Automotive Sensors and Actuators
  • Automotive Control Systems Design
  • Automotive Manufacturing
  • Vehicle Braking Systems
  • Advanced Materials for Automotive Applications

 

Tracks: 7 Production and Manufacturing

Manufacturing and Production are the two terms identified with the transformation of raw materials into finished products. Manufacturing is a process of conversion of raw materials into final products, with the help of machinery. Whereas, Production is a process, which converts inputs like raw materials or semi-finished goods, to make final products, with or without using machinery. Therefore, Manufacturing is a procedure that involves making something that uses raw material as input; in contrast, Production may or may not use raw materials as an input. We can likewise say that Manufacturing is Production, however, Production is not merely manufacturing.

Sub-Tracks:

  • 3D (Three-dimensional) Printing
  • Nanomanufacturing
  • Flexible Electronics and Custom Apparel
  • Manufacturing process and Sustainable Manufacturing
  • Simulation of chip formation
  • Broaching
  • Skiving
  • Micro-EDM
  • Acoustic process control
  • Ultra-precision machining
  • Industrial Engineering
  • Ergonomics and Work Design
  • Metal Cutting Principles and Machining Technology
  • Production Planning and Control
  • Tribology and Terotechnology

 

Track: 8 Mechanical Designing - Computer-aided Tools

Machine Design or Mechanical Design can be characterized as the procedure by which resources or energy is converted into valuable mechanical forms or the mechanisms in order to get useful outputs from the machines in the coveted frame according to the necessities of the people. Machine design can prompt the development of a totally new machine or it can prompt up-degree or enhancement of the current machine. For example, if the current gearbox is too heavy or can't support the tools, totally new gearbox can be designed. However, if the same gearbox can possibly lift more loads, it can be upgraded by making certain important changes in its design.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Computer-aided Engineering
  • Computer-aided Designing / Computer Aided Design and Drafting
  • 2D and 3D solid modeling computer-aided design
  • Product lifecycle management tools
  • Finite Element Analysis (FEA)
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
  • Multibody Dynamics
  • Computer-aided Manufacturing
  • Mechatronics-Multidisciplinary design optimization
  • Electronic Design Automation and Mechanical Design Automation

 

Track: 9 Applied Mechanics

Applied mechanics (otherwise known as engineering mechanics) is the part of the physical sciences and the handy use of mechanics. Pure mechanics can be defined as that science which describes and predicts the conditions of rest or motion of bodies under the action of forces. It is further classified consists of three major parts: the mechanics of rigid bodies, mechanics of deformable bodies, and the mechanics of fluids. Therefore, applied mechanics describes the behavior of a body either in the state of rest or of motion, subject to the action of forces. It also bridges the gap between physical theory and its application to technology. It is utilized in several fields of engineering, especially mechanical engineering and civil engineering.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Analytical and Computational Mechanics
  • Dynamics and Vibration
  • Micro-Electro-Mechanical Systems (MEMS)
  • Friction stir welding (FSW)
  • Medical Engineering
  • Tribology
  • Nonlinear Dynamic and Material Modelling
  • Turbomachinery
  • Rotordynamics
  • Linear elasticity and Viscoelasticity
  • Soil and Rock Mechanics
  • Fluid and Solid Mechanics
  • Stress Wave

 

Track: 10 Materials Science

Materials science (materials science and engineering) is an interdisciplinary field involving the properties of matter and its applications to various areas of science and engineering. It includes parts of applied physics and chemistry, as well as chemical, mechanical, civil and electrical engineering. The basis of all materials science involves relating the specified properties and relative performance of a material in an exceedingly sure application to the structure of the atoms and phases in that material through characterization.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Mechanics of Materials and Structures
  • Materials paradigm
  • Fundamentals of a materials
  • Macro and Microstructures
  • Atomic and Nano Structures
  • Crystallography
  • Nanomaterials and Biomaterials
  • Crystalline and non-crystalline materials
  • Composite Material and Polymers
  • Metal alloys and Semi-conductors
  • Femtotechnology and Picotechnology
  • Emerging technologies in materials science

 

Track: 11 Vehicle Systems and Technologies

New technologies in vehicles is a fast-growing market where  Mechanics in cars, Air vehicle frameworks and advancements, Flight/Ground frameworks, mission arranging and operations and Dynamical investigation of vehicle frameworks are incorporated. Having technologies and utilities like sensors, machine learning, the web of things, huge knowledge analytics and artificial intelligence is dynamically changing the transport trade. The markets for connected cars are composed of technologies like sensors, internet-connected devices GPS is on a revolutionary phase. Let’s say Clarion, a leading brand in vehicle information solutions is converging with other Hitachi companies for working on the concept of vision-based advanced driver assistance system (ADAS) technologies. In addition to ADAS products and technologies, Clarion also provides a wide array of other automotive electronics and telematics control systems.

Sub-Tracks:

  • AAV Embedded Systems and Group Design
  • Powertrain, Hybrid, and Electric Vehicles
  • Vehicle Emissions and Sustainability
  • Engine and Hybrid Technology and Emission Control
  • Engine Lubricating and Cooling System
  • Penetration Testing and Exploit Development
  • Dynamical analysis of vehicle systems
  • Autonomous driving & embedded software
  • Vehicle dynamics control
  • Automotive human factors
  • Advanced Vehicles Systems
  • Innovation in the automobile industry: A new era
  • Internal combustion engines and future fuels

 

Track: 12  Structural Analysis

The structural analysis could be a comprehensive assessment to confirm that the deformations in a structure are adequately below the permissible limits, and failure of structural won't occur. The aim of structural analysis is to design a structure that has the right strength, rigidity, and safety. Deformations in a structure are often either elastic that's whole redeemable, or inelastic that's permanent. Structural analysis helps in the design of structures that meet their fundamental needs, economically and attractively. Structural analysis integrates the disciplines of mechanics, dynamics, and failure theories to reason the inner forces and stresses on the structures to be designed.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Modes of Structural Analysis
  • Strength of Materials
  • Structures and Loads
  • Estimation of Loads
  • Analytical Methods
  • Finite Element Methods
  • Matrix Finite Element Analysis
  • Stiffness and Flexibility methods
  • Stress-strain analysis
  • Structural engineering theory
  • Structural integrity and failure
  • Probabilistic Assessment of Structures

 

Trak: 13 System Dynamics and Controls

The Dynamic Systems & Controls area focuses on principles and methods for designing and controlling engineered and natural systems. A broad-based perspective conjures up an imaginative engineering approach to applications involving systems comprised of multiple interacting energetic devices or processes having a good vary of spatial and temporal scales. Specific areas of concentration that contribute to the present effort embrace acoustics, applied mechanics, technology, machine sciences, constitutive behavior and design of materials, electromechanics, control and information theory, multibody dynamics, and system dynamics. Typical application areas incorporate novel electrical device styles, biomechanics at the cellular and human scale, dynamics, and control of power and vehicle systems, and innovations in signal and information theory. Graduates from this program are also found within the automotive and region industries similarly as in national research laboratories and start-up industries.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Modelling Dynamics and Control
  • Iterative Learning Control & Repetitive Control
  • Control of structure-borne noise
  • Fluid-structure interaction (aeroelasticity)
  • Noise and vibration suppression
  • Nonlinear dynamics and chaos
  • Biomolecular feedback systems
  • System Identification, Damage Detection in Structures
  • Robot Time Optimal Control-Robotics in space
  • Concepts of Degree of Controllability and Degree of Observability, Criteria for Sensor and Actuator Placement
  • Satellite Attitude Dynamics

 

Track: 14 Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering

Aerospace engineering is a study of designing and building of aircraft and spacecraft. Aerospace engineering can be divided into two specializations: Aeronautical engineering which deals with airplanes, whereas Astronautical engineering is a study of designing and handling the rockets and spacecraft. Aeronautical and aerospace engineers’ accounts on an interdisciplinary mixture of mechanical, electronics and materials engineering skills. In the field, they will concentrate on the design of aircraft or spacecraft. Some concentrate on the design of missiles, probes or wide variety of unmanned devices. Therefore both aeronautical and astronautical engineers incorporate propulsion, control systems, aerodynamics, and thermodynamic considerations into their designs. They're also responsible for testing an aircraft, aircraft materials or flight systems.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Balloon Flight
  • Aviation
  • Aerostatics and Aerodynamics
  • Rocketry
  • Aeronautics Defense Systems
  • Air safety
  • Flight dynamics
  • Airships and ballistic vehicles
  • Aircraft and Spacecraft
  • Astrodynamics
  • Spacecraft Design and Propulsion
  • Space Environment
  • Spacecraft Navigation
  • Spacefaring

 

Track: 15 Rocket Science

Rocket science is the interdisciplinary field of science that deals with the designing and study of Rockets. Whereas rocket is a vehicle, missile or aircraft which obtains thrust by the reaction to the ejection of fast moving fluid from within a Rocket Engine. There is a unit many alternative styles of rockets and a comprehensive list can be found in Spacecraft Propulsion - they range in size from tiny models such as water rockets or little solid rockets which will be purchased at a hobby store to the big Saturn V used for the Space Program (i.e., Apollo program).

Most current rockets are chemically powered rockets (internal combustion engines) that emit associated degree of exhaust gas. A chemically powered rocket will use solid propellant (e.g., Space Shuttle’s SRBs), liquid propellant (e.g., Space shuttle main engine), or a hybrid mixture of both. A chemical reaction is initiated between the fuel and the oxidizer within the combustion chamber, and the resultant hot gases accelerate out of a nozzle (or nozzles) at the rearward-facing end of the rocket. The acceleration of those gases through the engine exerts a force (“thrust”) on the combustion chamber and nozzle, propelling the vehicle (in accordance with Newton’s Third Law).

Sub-Tracks:

  • Hybrid Rocket
  • Rocket engine and propellant
  • Solid-fuel rocket
  • Internal combustion engine
  • Water rocket
  • Types of rockets and their properties
  • Spacecraft propulsion
  • Chemical Rocket Developments
  • Integrated Liquid Engine Design
  • Missile
  • Space Probe and Space Flight
  • Sounding Rockets
  • Space Launch System
  • Taurus XL

 

Track: 16 Space & Satellite Communication

Satellite communications illustrate the utilization of satellite in the field of wireless communications. The services provided by satellite communications covers voice and video transmissions, internet, fax, TV, radio channels etc. Satellite communications offer communication which is able to perform transmission to long distances and may also operate the at lower circumstances that at times it’d be inoperable for various varieties of communication. Satellites are used in satellite communications, which is sometimes are considered as geosynchronous orbit. A number of them square measure placed in a very elliptical orbit. Satellite communications will offer world convenience.  One of the most blessings provided by satellite communication is that the superior dependableness not likes different styles of communication. It doesn't wish terrestrial infrastructure for operation however earth stations are also a very important aspect of this kind of communication.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Satellite Orbits and Orbital Parameters
  • Deep Space Network (DSN)
  • Radio Frequency (RF) Technologies
  • Interplanetary and Deep Space Optical Communications
  • Channel Coding
  • Image Compression
  • Reconfigurable Wideband Ground Receiver
  • Disruption Tolerant Networking (DTN)
  • Flight Transponder Technology
  • Satellite Multiple Access
  • Special Techniques used in Satellite Communication
  • VSAT Systems
  • Broadcast Services
  • Mobile Satellite Communication
  • Satellite Navigation System
  • Modern developments and future trends

 

Track: 17 Aircraft Flight Mechanics and Controls

The Flight Mechanics and Control group explores a diverse range of topics with a variety of approaches, all surrounding dynamic behaviors and automatic control of flight vehicles. This includes research and analysis that establishes new theoretical result, new computational algorithms, performs distinctive analysis and experiments, and creates technology that changes engineering practice. Advancements from this analysis are applied to airplanes, rotorcraft, launch vehicles, satellites, space probes, missiles, projectiles, parachutes, parafoils, the transport system, and others.

The topics that we tend to tackle in Flight Mechanics and Control are: flight dynamics, dynamic systems, theoretical control, theoretical analysis and algorithms for control of dynamic systems, optimization and robustness in aircraft and airline operations, air traffic management, the environmental impact of aviation, decision support system design, human factors in aviation, computational cognitive modelling for engineering design, dynamical system theory, information and complexity theory; linear and nonlinear robust multivariable control for aerospace systems, stability theory for nonlinear dynamical systems, fault-tolerant estimation and control theory, digital avionics system design and integration, neural network adaptive flight control, vision-based guidance/navigation/control, autonomous aggressive maneuvering, and machine learning.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Flight Dynamics
  • Stability and Control of Aerospace Vehicles
  • Steady flight
  • Aircraft flight control system
  • Flight control surfaces
  • Cockpit controls
  • Mechanical and Hydro Mechanical Flight Control
  • Fixed-wing aircraft
  • Longitudinal static stability
  • Artificial feel devices
  • Stick shake
  • Power-by-wire and Fly-by-wire control systems
  • Flexible wings
  • Active Flow Control

 

Track: 18  Avionics

Avionics are the electronic systems used on aircraft, artificial satellites, and space vehicles. An avionics system consists of communications, navigation, the display, and management of multiple systems, and the hundreds of systems that are fitted to aircraft to perform individual functions.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Modern Avionics
  • Aircraft Avionics
  • Integrated modular avionics
  • Mission or tactical avionics
  • Collision-avoidance systems
  • Weather radar and Lightning detector
  • Aircraft management systems
  • Aircraft networks
  • ESM/DAS
  • Emergency locator beacon
  • Flight Recorders
  • Electric Hybrid Aircraft
  • Supersonic Avionics
  • Neural Sensing
  • Robot Co-Pilot

 

Track: 19 Aerodynamics

Aerodynamics is the study of forces and also the resulting motion of objects through the air. Studying the motion of air around associated degree object allows us to measure the forces of lift, which allows an aircraft to overcome gravity and drag, which is the resistance an aircraft “feels” as it moves through the air. Everything moving through the air (including airplanes, rockets, and birds) is laid low by aerodynamics. The rule of aerodynamics justifies how an airplane is able to fly.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Fluid and Gas Dynamics
  • Fundamental forces of Flight – Lift, Drag, Thrust & Weight
  • Aerodynamic, Friction and Vortex drag
  • Compressible and incompressible flow
  • Supersonic, Subsonic, Transonic and Hypersonic aerodynamics
  • Mean free path
  • Low Earth Orbit
  • Conservation laws
  • Supersonic and Hypersonic
  • Boundary Layers and Turbulence
  • Unsteady aerodynamics and Projectile aerodynamics
  • Modeling and design of aero-engines and aero engine fans
  • Aero- engine combustors and Aero heating
  • Numerical investigations in aerodynamics
  • Aero-elastic modeling

 

Track: 20 Aerospace Materials and Designs

Aerospace materials are materials, often metal alloys, that have either been developed for or have come to prominence through, their use for aircraft and spacecraft purposes. These users often need exceptional performance, strength or heat resistance, even at the cost of considerable expense in their production or machining. The field of aerospace design involves creating airplanes or spacecraft, along with developing new techniques and materials for flight.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Carbon fiber composite
  • Metal Alloys
  • Aluminum and Composites
  • Carbon fiber reinforced polymers
  • Nanoparticles
  • Graphene

 

Track: 21 Acoustical Engineering

Acoustical engineering (acoustic engineering) is the branch of engineering that deals with the study of sounds and vibrations. It is one of the major application of acoustics, the science of sound and vibration, in technology. Acoustical engineers are usually concerned with the design, analysis, and control of sounds and vibrations.

The main objective of acoustical engineering is the reduction of unwanted noise, which is referred to as noise control. Noise control principles are implemented into technology and design in many ways, including control by redesigning sound sources, the design of noise barriers, sound absorbers, suppressors, and buffer zones, and the use of hearing protection such as earmuffs or earplugs. But acoustical engineering doesn’t deal only with noise control; it also covers positive uses of sound, from the use of ultrasound in medicine to the programming of digital sound synthesizers, and from designing a concert hall to enhance the sound of an orchestra to specifying a railway station's sound system so announcements are intelligible.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Aeroacoustics
  • Vibro-acoustics
  • Audio signal processing
  • Digital Signal processing
  • Architectural Acoustics
  • Bioacoustics
  • Psychoacoustics
  • Electroacoustics
  • Environmental noise
  • Acoustic Resonators for Noise Control
  • Real-Time Convolution for Auralization
  • Ultrasonic Noise and Transmission
  • Active Structural Acoustic Control and Active Noise Control
  • Underwater sound or high-frequency ultrasound
  • Virtual acoustics research

 

Track: 22 Propulsion and Energy Sciences

Propulsion means to push forward or drive an object forward. The term comes from two Latin words: pro means before or forward; and pellere, means to drive. A propulsion system consists of a source of mechanical power, and a propulsor (means of changing the power into propulsive force).  A technological system uses an engine or motor because the power source (i.e., power plant), and wheels and axles, propellers, or a propulsive nozzle to generate the force. Components like clutches or gearboxes may be required to connect the motor to axles, wheels, or propellers.

Energy conversion by combustion is and can still be the overwhelming mode of energy conversion within the electricity generation, ground and air transportation, and space propulsion sectors. However, concerns over the environmental impacts of fossil fuel combustion have made advances in new high-efficiency, low-emissions combustion technology critically vital.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Vehicular propulsion
  • Air propulsion
  • Powered Aircraft
  • Spacecraft propulsion
  • Electromagnetic Propulsion
  • Planetary and atmospheric propulsion
  • Rocket Engines
  • Propulsion methods
  • Advances in aircraft–propulsion integration
  • Gas turbine engine,
  • Turboelectric propulsion systems
  • Sustainable alternative jet fuels (SAJF)
  • Energy Storage for Deep-Space Missions

 

Track: 23 Optomechanical Engineering

Optomechanics can be referred to as the sub-field of physics involving the study of the interaction of electromagnetic radiation (photons) with mechanical systems via radiation pressure. In other words, optomechanics is the manufacture and maintenance of optical parts and devices. Optomechanical Engineering is the field specific to the mechanical aspects of optical systems which also includes design, packaging, mounting and alignment mechanisms specific to optical systems. The production of optomechanical parts includes production mirror and optical mounts, translation stages, rotary and kinematic stages, fiber aligners, rails, pedestals and posts, micrometers, screws and screw sets.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Optics and Photonics
  • Fiber Optics
  • Laser Systems
  • Telescopes
  • Cameras
  • Optical Instrumentation
  • Optical engineering
  • Biomedical Optics
  • Holography
  • Metrology
  • Spectrometry System Design
  • Microscope Design

 

Track: 24 Bioengineering and Biomechanics

Bioengineering is the utilization of the life sciences, physical sciences, arithmetic and building standards to characterize and tackle issues in science, solution, medicinal services, and different fields. It incorporates biomaterial and nano innovation, bio-medicinal miniaturized scale gadgets, Micro building, biomedical designing and development of biomechanics for human life structures.

Biomechanics is described as the application of mechanics—the study of how motor systems create force and motion—to biological systems. Biomechanics often employs traditional engineering techniques. The difference is that the mechanics of biological systems are typically far more complex than man-made mechanical systems and often require newer and more advanced analytical techniques that can drive all fields forward.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Mechanobiology
  • Biofluid Mechanics
  • Biotribology
  • Comparative biomechanics
  • Computational biomechanics
  • Bionics and Biorobotics
  • Forensic biomechanics
  • Image-guided robot surgery
  • Neurotechnology
  • Telemanipulators
  • Wearable technology
  • Biomechanical engineering
  • Biomechatronics

 

Track: 25 Application of Mechanical and Aerospace Technology

Mechanical engineering, with its scientific theories and mathematical analysis methods, has found itself in other disciplines and has become an essential core in understanding several problems. Recently, mechanical Engineering has more impact on the field of medicine and biology.

Aerospace Engineering is a field that explains the specialized side of aviation missions instead of flight preparing or support administration. It includes artificial satellites applications, Remote detecting satellite applications, Navigation satellite applications, Satellite and launcher innovation, Ultra wideband advances for space applications, Science and stargazing, and Astrobiology.

Sub-Tracks:

  • Fine Elements Analysis
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics
  • Computer-aided Design Software
  • computer-aided manufacturing
  • Newtonian mechanics/materials sciences
  • Micro-electro-mechanical systems
  • Nanotechnologies
  • Carbon nanotubes
  • Navigation satellite applications
  • Satellite and launcher technology
  • Ultra-wideband technologies for space applications
  • Communications satellite applications
  • Science & astronomy
  • Remote sensing satellite applications
  • Astrobiology

Market Analysis

EuroSciCon invites all the participants from over the world to attend the “International Conference on Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering” which is going to be held in Tokyo, Japan on June 24-25, 2019.

Mechanical and Aerospace 2019 joins applications from various scientific tracks, pushing the frontier of Mechanical and Aerospace Technology. The mechanical conference represents the investigation of maintaining, examining, structuring and manufacturing machinery. This ranges from planning the modest parts of machines as well as the treating the large-scale machinery. Therefore, Aerospace conference deals with the design, development, and maintenance of aircraft, space shuttle, rockets and weapons systems. A fundamental of aerospace includes flight safety, fuel efficiency, eco-friendliness, working expenses, and natural effect.

Importance and Scope:

Mechanical and Aerospace 2019 Conference highlights the theme “Revolutionary Innovation in Mechanical and Aerospace Technologies”. With members from around the globe focused on wisdom about mechanical and aerospace, this is the most outstanding opportunity to reach the largest collection of participants from mechanical and aerospace community. They can organize a workshop, exhibit, and platform for networking and enhance their brand at the conference.

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Mechanical and Aerospace Market Report:

The key information demonstrates that Mechanical Engineering is one of the significant parts of the industry in the EU-27 with a share of around 9.1% of all assembling enterprises, as estimated by manufacturing. The U.S. aeronautic trade contributed $118.5 billion in fare deals to the U.S. economy. The worldwide aerospace business market is relied upon to develop at a CAGR of 5.2% more than 2015-2020.

Mechanical and Aerospace Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis (US):

In 2012, the U.S. aircraft and spacecraft business contributed $118.5 billion in fare deals to the U.S. economy. The industry’s exchange balance of $70.5 billion is the biggest exchange of any manufacturing industry and originated from sending out 64.3% of all space craft production. Industry gauges show that the yearly increment in the number of vast business planes amid the following 20 years will be 3.5% every year for a sum of 34,000 esteemed at $4.5 trillion.

U.S. machinery industries had added the total foreign and remote offers of $413.7 billion since 2011. The United States is the world's biggest market for hardware, and additionally the third biggest supplier of the machinery. American manufacture industry holds 58.5% shares of the U.S. domestic market. More than 1.3 million Americans were utilized straightforwardly in manufacturing and assembling hardware during August 2013. These employments are essentially in high-ability, well-compensated professions, and exchanges.  Machinery fabricating additionally underpins the employment of a huge number of Americans in an assortment of other assembling and administration ventures.

Mechanical and Aerospace Market Research Reports & Industry Analysis (European Union):

The Aerospace and Fluid Dynamics industries are most developed businesses in European association, with the rising concerns of developing resistance framework, and soak development of traveler activity, air and water normally turn into the hotspot to address these issues. It is normal that air movement will develop at the rate of 4.8% every year, The Aerospace segment of European Union consequently required to be prepared to take care of the rising demand which incorporates modernization and armada growth, advancement to diminish the ecological effect, and takes care of demand of new neglectful markets. The European Aeronautic Industry is a performed various tasks industry manages advancement and assembling of an extensive variety of items, for example, air motors, unmanned elevated vehicles, military, and common flying machine.

Avionic business needs efforts in R&D to keep up worldwide intensity; consequently, outside financial specialists have energizing speculation openings in the aerospace division particularly in R&D segment. The aggregate turnover of EU aviation part is €128 billion with the most noteworthy spending in R&D, around 12% of turnover is put towards R&D in aeronautic business. It is foreseen that there will be an interest in about 26,000 stream carriers and payload air ships to meet the developing air movement around the world; henceforth the development of the business can be evaluated effectively. The EU has propelled a Clean Sky activity in 2008. It is an open private association worth € 1.6 billion which will assist the business with developing natural inviting air ship. To support FDI in Aerospace, the EU commission has approached part states to evacuate hindrances for remote interests in the Aerospace segment so France government has pursued the EU activities and energized FDI in aviation segment; moreover, UK doesn't segregate among domestic and foreign invaders. This outcome in advantages through low expense rates to financial specialists in this division. The significance of air transportation is relied upon to develop at a quick pace with synchronous increment in the air freight business.

Recent Advancements in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering:

1. Mechanical Engineering:

  • Material science
  • Advanced manufacturing techniques
  • Automobile technology inventions
  • Fluid flow and fluid power
  • CAD/CAM/CAE/CIM
  • Automation/Robotics
  • Optimization Techniques

2. Aerospace Engineering

  • Craft-to-Craft Communication
  • Data Handling
  • Flying Commuters
  • Aerospace Engineering Education
  • System Software on the Rise

Recent achievements in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering:

1. Mechanical Engineering:

  • Marine Turbine Technology
  • The Devel Sixteen V16 Hyper-car
  • The Acetylene powered car
  • Tesla electric car and Tesla’s Battery storage
  • 3D printing Technology
  • 3D printed home

Marine Turbine Technology

2. Aerospace Engineering:

  • Draper Majic: Astronaut Jetpack
  • Facebook Aquila: Internet via Drone
  • Arion Corporation AS2: Supersonic Returns
  • Spacex Falcon 9: Rocket Sticks the Sea landing
  • Lockheed Martin Skunk works Spider: An Airship-fixing Robot
  • Bigelow Expandable Activity Module (BEAM): Inflatable Space House

Spacex Falcon 9

Multidisciplinary Research Competencies: Innovating the next generation of engineering solutions:

  • Advanced Manufacturing and Processing
  • Bio-Engineering
  • Clean Energies
  • Composite Materials and Structures
  • Future Aircraft
  • Simulation Technologies

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