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MONTHLY MEETINGS

$25.00

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Dinner meetings are usually held on the  first Thursday of each month. We start with a pre-meeting social, followed by dinner and a technical  presentation.  Admission is $25 at the door.  Student admission is always free. Cash, check and PayPal options are available. For more information, please contact Megan Casey at mbc872@gmail.com.  Meal options are available upon request.

06/14/2019

NJ Additive Manufacturing Symposium

TBA - TBA

Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

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06/14/2019

NJ Additive Manufacturing Symposium

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TBA - TBA

Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ

05/02/2019

May Meeting

5:45 pm - 8 pm

Bridgewater Manor, Bridgewater, NJ

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05/02/2019

May Meeting

Modification to Improve Performance of Polyamide Composites Reinforced 

Glass Fibers and Other Functional Additives

Dr. Ashok M. Adur

Vertellus


The unique chemistry of ZeMac® (alternating copolymers of ethylene and maleic anhydride) is used as a critical part of a low dosage additive in glass fiber sizing emulsions. This provides reactive anhydride groups on the surface of the glass fiber.  When modified glass fibers are compounded with polyamides to form fiber reinforced composites, significant improvements in mechanical and thermal properties, as well as hydrolysis resistance to fuel, are obtained.  Due to the push from automotive OEMs for light-weighting  and higher fuel efficiency, this application is emerging as one of the primary enabling technologies. It can also be applied to the surface sizing of other functional additives such as mineral reinforcements and flame retardants. Examples and benefits will be presented. 

5:45 pm - 8 pm

Bridgewater Manor, Bridgewater, NJ

04/07/2019

April Meeting

5:45 pm - 8 pm

Bridgewater Manor, Bridgewater, NJ

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04/07/2019

April Meeting

Student Night


4D Printing Reconfigurable, Deployable and Mechanically Tunable Metamaterials

Chen Yang

Ph.D Candidate

Rutgers University,  Mechanical Engineering


Student Sampe Chapter Activity at NYU

Kaylee Dunnigan

Student Chapter President

NYU Tandon School of Engineering


Novel Mechanical Properties of 2D Materials and a Prospective on Their Future Applications

Francesco Lavini

Ph.D. Candidate

NYU Tandon School of Engineering

5:45 pm - 8 pm

Bridgewater Manor, Bridgewater, NJ

03/07/2019

March Meeting

5:45 pm - 8 pm

Bridgewater Manor, Bridgewater, NJ

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03/07/2019

March Meeting

  

High Speed Scientific Imaging

Wayne Fontanazza

Hadland Imaging


Hadland Imaging is the North American distributor of the Shimadzu Hyper Vision HPV-X2 ultra high speed video camera (up to 10 million frames per second) , AG-X Universal and HITS High-Speed Impact Test Machines.

Exciting advances in camera design are now allowing researchers to image materials’ behavior at extremely high acquisition rates. These advanced cameras are enabling increased understanding of materials behavior under impact conditions. Understanding the behavior of materials under impact conditions is critical to developing safe, reliable designs for many demanding applications including protective armor, automotive and aerospace materials, and sports equipment.  The presentation will show several unique, high-speed (ultra slow motion) movies illustrating the amazing imaging capabilities of the Shimadzu Hyper Vision HPV-X2 camera.

5:45 pm - 8 pm

Bridgewater Manor, Bridgewater, NJ

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