Jan 4-5, 2011 3 Welcome to DETC's 1st Meeting of 2011 Introductions Select a secretary to handle the minutes
Jan 4-5, 2011 4 DETC Minutes MDAO 2010 New process for approving minutes –Draft minutes published and placed on website within 30 days –Members review and provide corrections/updates –Reminder and draft minutes distributed with next meeting agenda and notice –Review and recommend for approval or update/corrections at next meeting MDAO 2010 minutes –Draft minutes distributed and placed on the TC website Recommend approval
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 6 AIAA – Why are You Here? Vision Statement –AIAAs vision is to be the shaping, dynamic force in the aerospace profession – the forum for innovation, technical excellence, and global leadership Mission Statement –AIAAs mission is to address the professional needs and interests of the past, current, and future aerospace workforce and to advance the state of aerospace science, engineering, technology, operations, and policy to benefit our global society
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 7 Organization DETC is part of the Aerospace Design & Structures Group –Director – Kathleen Atkins Two deputy directors –Carlos Cesnik – Design –Achille Messac - Structures The Aerospace Design & Structures Group is part of the Technical Activities Committee (TAC) –VP – Laura McGill –VP Elect – Basil Hassan (assumes VP role in May)
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 8 DETC Organization Chart Design Engineering Technical Committee Russ Althof – Chair Jerry Brown – Vice-Chair Bob Dauwalter – Treasurer Clark Briggs – Chair Emeritus Jon Cutshall - Webmaster Publications Russ Althof Awards Jerry Brown Conference Planning Brian Robbers – SDM Clark Briggs – SDM LRP Russ Althof - ASM Design Guide S/C Bob Dauwalter – Chair Russ Althof – V/C Design Process S/C Jim Faoro – Chair TBD – V/C Vladimir Balabanov Garfield Creary Jon Cutshall Carlton Foster Joseph Matus Clark Briggs Jerry Brown Brian Robbers Jian Wang Steering Committee New Members: Mike Bailey Tom Deiters Franz-Josef Kahlen Membership Jim Faoro Education S/C Clark Briggs - Chair Jian Wang Jon Cutshall Paul Tatum
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 9 Membership New member nominations received –Four nominations applying only to the DETC G. Honea, D. Staggars, C. Hall and L. Saam Honea, Hall (Design Engineering Award winner) and Saam all recommended for acceptance by the steering committee Staggars is a good candidate but is from Raytheon Missile Systems and they will only support one additional member (Honea) –One nomination received that did not appear to be a good fit for the DETC –Two nominations received applying to multiple TCs J. Schrell (Hybrid Rocket TC) R. Amano (Applied Aero, Gas Turbine Engines, Thermophysics TCs) Both recommended for acceptance by the steering committee Emails sent to competing TCs, all responding they are interested as well Decision up to individual as to which TC he will join (Russ to contact each about joining DETC) One member is resigning – Tom Dieters
Jan 4-5, 2011 Membership Approached by TAC about absorbing the Computer Aided Enterprise Solutions TC within DETC –Current numbers are small (7 members) –Appears to have synergy with the Design Process S/C activities Discussion? AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 10
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 11 Participation Model The participation model was accepted for implementation in 2009 –If a member does not meet the requirements in a calendar year, he/she will be on probation the following year and must meet requirements that year or may be dismissed from the TC –Since new members are not officially members of the TC until May 1, the participation requirements do not apply until the beginning of the following year
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 12 Baseline Participation Model 1. DETC Members must accrue a minimum of (10) points per calendar year to remain a member in good standing. 2. Attendance at one DETC meeting per year is mandatory; (two) strongly encouraged. 3. Point value for DETC participation: Attendance at a DETC meeting: 4 points Conference Meeting Remote Participation: 1 point for each occurrence, maximum of (2) to be credited Subcommittee Telecons, Working Activities 1 point for each occurrence, maximum of (3) to be credited Paper Review, Paper Session Chair, Paper Judge, Session Presence 1 point for each occurrence, maximum of (3) to be credited. TC Leadership via S/C Chair, Liaison, Awards or Membership : 1 point for each occurrence, maximum of (3) to be credited: Publications via AIAA and TC Paper Sessions: 1 point for each occurrence, maximum of (3) to be credited 4. A member in good standing may carry over up to 50% of excess points with a maximum of 5 points from prior year's activities. Additional points may be carried over with the approval of the committee. 5. Any member not meeting the (10) point requirement will be placed in a probationary status for one year. 6. Any member not meeting the (10) point requirement for two consecutive years may be removed from the committee. 7. DETC members from academia & international may remain in good standing with accrual of (6) points per calendar year.
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 13 2010 Participation Status
Jan 4-5, 2011 Vice-chair Elections Vice-chair elections to be held in 2011 The Vice-chair term aligns with the AIAA Technical Committee membership calendar which begins on May 1 of each year For transition purposes, the newly elected Vice- chair and the new Chair (transitioning from the Vice-chair role) will assume their new roles immediately following the DETC second meeting in the transition year (currently odd years) AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 14
Jan 4-5, 2011 Vice-chair Roles & Responsibilities –Chair in training –Chair of the Steering Committee including monthly telecon lead –Attend yearly TAC training at the ASM meeting –On call to chair TC meetings in case of absence of the chair –Spur activities as required AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 15
Jan 4-5, 2011 Vice-chair Requirements Member in good standing in accordance with the participation requirements Must have been a member of the TC for at least one year (membership officially starts on May 1 of each year) Must have attended in person a minimum of 3 TC meetings Must make a 4 yr commitment to the TC for the 2 year V/C term followed by the 2 year Chair term –Employer or personal financial commitment to attend all 3 meetings each year of V/C and Chair term AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 16
Jan 4-5, 2011 Vice-chair Attributes True desire to advance the causes of the DETC Desire to grow the membership of the DETC with diverse and active members Bring in new ideas to inspire active participation of current members Advance the reputation of the DETC within AIAA AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 17
Jan 4-5, 2011 Vice-chair Election Process The election cycle is conducted as follows: –Call for nominations is announced at the first meeting of the election year (Jan) –Nominations are closed on Feb 15 Nominations can be self nominations by an active member or by any other members in good standing Please submit nominations to Russ Althof and Jerry Brown –Nominees will publish a position statement for voting members consideration by Feb 28 –Voting will be Mar 1 – 31 Only current members in good standing are eligible to vote –New members added to the DETC roster in an election year are not allowed to vote since their membership does not officially start until May 1 –The election results will be officially announced at the DETC second meeting and at the discretion of the Chair prior to that AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 18 The nomination period is officially open!!!
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 19 Treasurers Report Bob Dauwalter Royalty Account - $8446.84 as of 12/27/10
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 20 Options for Funds Utilization Looking for ideas on funds utilization to enhance current membership, solicit new members and promote the DETC Suggestions from last meeting: –Grants for underprivileged students –Subcontract labor for updating the Design Guide –Grants to entice folks to update/write new material for the Design Guide –Web support to capture historical data on the website –Solicit student DBF papers and use funds to help pay for their trip to the conference to present –DBF Materials –Grants to students/colleges for project materials and equipment –Create an inventory of common equipment and materials to give out to students for projects –PC or laptop pre-loaded with design SW for a student project –Inventory of K-12 education kits (as part of individual members outreach efforts), including model airplane and model rocket kits
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 21 TAC Funds TAC has a yearly budget for TC funds –Averages about $500 per TC –Significant amount is not used each year and returned to AIAA –DETC Funding for 2010 13 Design Guides for DBF and SDM Best Paper Awards ($530) DETC Best Report Award for DBF ($165) Recommendations for 2011: –Design Guides for DBF and Best Paper Awards (approved) –DBF Best Report Award (approved) –???
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 22 ASM 2011 Paper Sessions Session is Wed, Jan 5 starting at 9 am –Crystal Ballroom E –6 papers submitted –Sid Rowe will run the session –All members are asked to attend to score the presentations for the Best Paper Award
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 23 52 nd AIAA/ASME/ASCE/AHS/ASC Structures, Structural Dynamics, and Materials Conference 19 th AIAA/ASME/AHS Adaptive Structures Conference 13 th AIAA Non-Deterministic Approaches Conference 13 th Dynamics Specialists Conference 12 th AIAA Gossamer Systems Forum 7 th AIAA Multidisciplinary Design Optimization Specialist Conference Theme: Technologies for the Next Generation of Aircraft April 4-7, 2011 Sheraton Denver Denver, CO SDM Paper Session Status
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 24 Conference Location Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel 1550 Court Place Denver, Colorado 80202 (303) 893-3333 http://www.sheratondenverdowntown.com/
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 25 Room Rates Room rates: $179 + tax single/double occupancy 30% of room block at the prevailing federal government per diem (current $149) – Federal government ID required to receive this rate Situated on 16 th Street Mall, allowing immediate access to restaurants, bars, shopping, light-rail, etc.
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 26 Control IDTitlePrimary Author Average Score Number of Reviews Country of Origin 919344 Design of a Hybrid Electrical Propulsion System Reda Mankbadi 833 US 945163 Design, Experiment and Aerodynamic Calculation of a Flapping Wing Gyro Micro Aerial Vehicle Daochun Li 702UK 939789 Improvement of Servo-Flap Rotor Design Parameters for Helicopter Performance Fu-Shang Wei 623US 939013 Statistical versus Worst Case Tolerance Analysis Noel Mccormick 633US 934694 Wing Structural Optimization Using Adaptive Metamodels Based on Fuzzy Clustering Huaguang Zhu 683China SDM 2011 Technical Paper Review Status
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 27 Call for Papers WG Current CFP (2011 ASM and SDM) –Papers are solicited on current design process and design engineering activities. Process-oriented papers should focus on current design engineering process activities, such as the impact of model-based definition and paperless processes, stochastic design, and process definition and certification, as applied to aerospace hardware products from the exploratory design phase through the detailed design phase. The interaction between processes and tools, impact of tool integration on a process, requirements evaluation at the design synthesis phase, and risk reduction from the use of higher-fidelity tools earlier in the design process are solicited. Emerging design tools that have resulted in significant design-cycle time reduction from tool integration, and the use of experiments, simulation, or rapid synthesis and analysis tools that enable coverage of a large number of design configurations for rapid trade space exploration and sensitivity studies, should be emphasized. Additionally, design-specific papers are solicited that focus on innovative, novel, or otherwise distinctive designs or concepts resulting in products that have effectively satisfied requirements or demonstrated design efficiency improvements.
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 28 Call for Papers WG Changes for ASM 2012 CFP (and recommendation for SDM 2012 CFP) Papers are solicited on current design engineering and design process activities. Design-oriented papers should focus on innovative, novel, or otherwise distinctive designs or concepts resulting in or leading toward products that effectively satisfy requirements or demonstrate design efficiency improvements. Emphasis on current aerospace programs such as commercial access to space, very light business jets, NASA Environmentally Responsible Aviation, ESTOL, satellites, missile systems, Unmanned Air Systems and service life extension projects are encouraged. The definition, application, and implementation of emerging design tools which have resulted in significant design-cycle time reduction from tool integration, and the use of experiments, simulation, or rapid synthesis and analysis tools which have resulted in the ability to analyze a large number of design configurations resulting in or leading toward reduced program cost and risk should be emphasized. Process-oriented papers should focus on current design engineering process activities, such as process definition, analysis, architecture, and metrics, as applied to aerospace hardware products from the exploratory design phase through the detailed design phase. Papers on the advances in model based design processes and related activities are especially encouraged. Other design engineering process- related activities that may be addressed are the interaction between processes and tools, impact of tool integration on a process, and risk reduction from the use of higher-fidelity tools earlier in the design process. Other enablers to reducing design cycle time and cost, while increasing the ability to meet all cost, schedule, and technical requirements may also be addressed. Education-oriented papers are solicited that emphasize design in curriculum development, class content and student activities. Examples showing how to teach design are especially requested.
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 29 Liaison Assignments & Discussion MDO TC/ASME- Vladimir Balabanov, Jim Faoro Design, Build, & Fly Contest- Russ Althof Congressional Visit Day- Garfield Creary Academic Affairs Committee- N/A? SDM Long Range Planning Comm.- Clark Briggs SDM Next Conference Planning- Brian Robbers Structures TC- Garfield Creary A/C Des TC / CADWG- Jerry Brown Systems Engineering- Jian Wang ASM Conference Planning- Russ Althof
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 30 DBF 2011 This years contest held at Cessna Aircraft Co, Wichita, KS –Apr 16-18, 2010 The mission theme is Baseball Team Plane –Ferry mission – no payload, speed counts –Payload flight – random selection of 6 – 10 softballs (selected right before flight with roll of the dice) –Payload flight – up to 5 externally carried bats (PVC pipes of various weight and length) Team selects number of bats (higher score factor for more bats) Bats selected at random prior to flight
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 31 DBF 2011 Rules for 2010/2011 contest –Soldier Portable UAV Contest to be held in Tucson, AZ Apr 15-17 The UAV and all required equipment must fit in a case that meets airline carry-on requirements Three missions –Dash to Critical Target – most laps in 4 minutes –Ammo Re-supply – steel bar provided by team – heavier bar and lighter airplane will maximize score –Medical Supply Mission – golf balls; team will select the number to fly – more balls will maximize score All missions will begin with a hand launch
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 32 Publications Fall 2010 Newsletter published just in time for ASM 2011 Flyer for Aerospace Design Engineering Award ready for SDM
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 33 DETC Newsletter Fall and Spring publications –Fall (inputs due at third meeting) After 3 rd meeting in time for ASM distribution End of year hi-lites –Spring (inputs due by Apr 1) Prior to SDM Emphasize paper sessions, DBF contest and for this years spring edition, the Design Award winner Need inputs from S/Cs, SDM, DBF, Membership, etc
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 34 DETC Procedures Need to document DETC procedures for consistency and history –Elections –Participation Model –Design Award Recipient Selections – Working session if time allows
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 35 DETC Presentation A presentation, no more than 30 minutes, on the DETC and its activities –Present to student chapters, local sections, etc for recruiting purposes –Send to prospective new members to help decide on membership –General info for other TCs or AIAA internal orgs Will use completed TC manual to mine info and add material as required
Jan 4-5, 2011 TAC Health & Status Assessment TC Health and Status worksheet provided by TAC All TCs are encouraged to take the self- scoring assessment and work areas that are not performing as desired AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 36
Jan 4-5, 2011 37 Mandatory Requirements for Committees
Jan 4-5, 2011 38 Minimum Requirement for TCs 3 A Major Committee Activity consumes significant resources and All Committee Members are expected to support
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 40 Awards Design Engineering Award Nominations –Next award will be awarded in 2012 Beginning at ASM in 2011, we must put out a very strong effort to solicit quality nominations for the next award Nominations are due Oct 1, 2011 –We have a goal to get 6 quality nominations for the next award –Additional comments: The award recipient cannot have been a member of the TC for at least two years We need to NOT rely on AIAA only to advertise and solicit nominations for this award Create and post flyers at all conferences possible starting in 2011 (working session to create and post at ASM?) Send solicitation letter to engineering management of major aerospace firms for nominations
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 41 Subcommittee Reports Design Guide Design Process Education
Jan 4-5, 2011 AIAA Design Engineering TC ASM 2011, Orlando, FL 42 Adjourn See you in Denver in Apr!!!
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