China Packaging Symposium Speakers
The following speakers will be presenting on the 2020 ISTA China Packaging Symposium virtual program. Please keep checking back as we continue to make updates.
Study on the Simulation Test Method for Low Pressure Vibration of Transport Package
Director of research and development/Senior Engineer
China Packaging Research & Test Center
Study of the safety of package transportation by controlling the harmful factors of low air pressure and vibration at room temperature. The transportation simulation test method was used to evaluate the protection performance of logistics package to products.
Through the research and development of a low-pressure vibration test device combined with the vibration system to simulate the low-pressure environment conditions of plateau transportation or high-altitude transportation in the laboratory, and realize the comprehensive simulation environment test method of low-pressure and vibration double hazard factors simultaneously.
The low pressure vibration test system can meet the requirements of low pressure vibration test in the ISTA 3A standard, and the low pressure vibration test method is summarized and compiled.
Conclusion: It provides the feasibility basis for the evaluation of the simulation test of high altitude truck transportation, railway transportation and air transportation.
Biography: Mainly engages in the study of transport packaging safety testing, packing container quality inspection and standard of transport package test method, package design and simulation of packaged-product cushioning characteristics. Jacky has abundant theoretical knowledge and practical experience in testing transport package and packaging product, monitoring hazard elements in logistics environment and studying transport packaging test method. ISTA CPLP Technologist.
Measurement and Analysis of Vibration Levels for Express Logistics Transportation
PHD, Senior Engineer
Trunk transportation and terminal distribution are two important parts of express delivery in China. Heavy truck and medium truck are two main vehicles of trunk transportation. Mini van and twowheel electric bicycle are widely used for terminal distribution. Four vehicles mentioned previously and a sedan car were chosen for vibration level measurement and analysis in this paper. The results revealed that vibration levels were significantly higher in the vertical axis, and decreased with the increase of payload, and increased with the increase of speed again. Similar power spectral density peak frequencies were found in a comparison study with previous results in the lowfrequency region (110 Hz), occurred at approximately 2 Hz in the van and sedan car and at 3 to 4 Hz in the truck and at 4 to 5 Hz in the twowheel electric bicycle. Except the twowheel electric bicycle, the second peak frequency occurred at approximately 20 to 30 Hz in the sedan car and at 10 to 20 Hz in the mini van and at 20 to 40 Hz in the heavy truck, which were also similar to the previous studies. Vibration levels of the sedan car were the lowest, and the trunk transportation vehicles (heavy truck, medium truck) were the highest. The terminal distribution vehicles (mini van, twowheel electric bicycle) were somewhere in the middle.
Optimum Scheme of Transport Packaging for Medical Devices
Hangzhou Endonom Medtech Co.,Ltd
Packaging is an important component of product, especially in Aseptic implantation Medical Devices. Once the sterile barrier system fails, the product will not be sold or used any more. There is no way to resell using re-packing. Therefore, before such products come into market, medical device manufacturers must analyze the risk caused by packaging system failure and effectively control the possible risks. Packaging verification process came into being, including transportation test. This practice provides a uniform basis of evaluating, in a laboratory, the ability of shipping units to withstand the distribution environment. Due to the particularity of the products, the optimization scheme of transportation packaging has become an important topic.
Biography: 2009-2011 Zhejiang University of Science & Technology 2011-2014 Hochschule Hannover 2015 ContiTech AG. Mainly responsible for the validation of the cleaning, packaging and sterilization of Aseptic implantable medical devices; compiling, reviewing and maintaining SOPs; training staff, following up the production process; initiating, implementing and closing alterations; optimizing process flow to improve production efficiency.
The Effect of Aluminum Foil on the Overall Thermal Insulation of a Shipping Package
Department of Packaging Science, Rochester Institute of Technology
Rochester Institute of Technology
Aluminum foil is a heat reflective material for thermal insulation. How to effectively apply Aluminum foil in the thermally insulated container, such as the locations of the foil and the amount of the foil used, is of interest for packaging engineer. Six( 6) configurations of aluminum foil in insulated product packaging were developed in this study. Under ISTA 7D 48-hour summer profile, data loggers were used to measure the relationship between temperature on the packed product and time for the above six (6) structure. The results were compared and reported in this presentation.
Biography: Changfeng Ge is a Professor in Packaging Science at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). He received his Doctor of Engineering degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Dortmund, Germany, and holds Master and Bachelor degree in Mechanical Engineering from Tongji University, China. Dr Ge joined RIT in 2005 and has served as the founding director of the APC Center for Packaging Innovation at RIT since 2008. Prior to joining RIT, Dr Ge worked as Senior Engineer in Singapore Institute of Industrial Research. Ge received NASA’s grant to design packaging for critical hardware on Extravehicular Activity (EVA) on the lunar surface. He also received federal grant "Save American Treasures" to develop an archival storage and protection system for daguerreotype photographs. He is ASTM D10.13 Chairman and board member of IAPRI.
Multi-Axis Vibration-Progress Update
In 2014, Lansmont performed some research to compare the response of products undergoing both single and multi-degree of freedom (MDOF) vibration inputs. That research clearly demonstrated product responses were more realistic when using MDOF testing inputs. The results of that research were presented at many different ISTA events over the next couple of years. Since that time, MDOF research and testing efforts have continued and this presentation will provide a summary of those activities.
Biography: APAC Director of NVT Group LLC (Lansmont, Team, Data Physics), Chief Representative of Lansmont Corporation China Office. Aerospace industry background, over 28 years’ experience in the field of environmental and reliability testing (Mainly shock and vibration) and joint to packaging industries in year 2000, joint Lansmont Corporation in 2007. ISTA member, have patriated and been supporting ISTA test technology and Lansmont “Field-to-Lab” methodology and applications 19 years. 8 years ISTA China Console member, 4 years ISTA global technical board member, member of IAPRI – Packaging for Suitability Work group.
Load Stability Simulation of Horizontal Accelerations at the Laboratory Versus Real Events
Safe Load Testing Technologies
Regarding the increasing interest of transport authorities and the science community about the load stability during transportation and its right simulation at laboratory, several studies have been done and published.
One of the theoretical studies presented at IAPRI 2019, with the title 'Emergency braking and Stability testing, Response Analysis' showed why the horizontal natural frequency of the unit load it is determinant for the response level of the unit load subjected to that acceleration curve.
In that study was demonstrated that a maximum of 200 ms time jerk duration to get the steady acceleration following by a minimum of 300ms time dwell duration of a trapezoidal pulse it is required to get exactly the same response as produced in a real emergency braking for unit loads of horizontal natural frequency greater than 1.2 Hz. Because It's hard to understand how a test shortest than 1s can simulate the effect of a real braking of the same intensity which can hold several seconds, we have undertaken a new practical study using a real unit load inside a vehicle.
This unit load has been monitored with high speed cameras and other devices to measure the real deformation and accelerations that this unit load is going to reach during the transportation acceleration events. This deformation has been compared with the deformation produced on the unit load simulating the real acceleration event with different dwell durations in the laboratory using a horizontal stability machine, in order to visualize the low deviation that we obtain from real world versus simulation in the laboratory.
Biography: Alberto Tellechea is the CEO of Safe Load Testing Technologies, an international supplier of transport simulation solutions for packaging optimization and validation. He is Industrial Engineer by Polytechnic University of Valencia, major in Management and holds an MBA from the School of Industrial Organization of Madrid. Alberto counts with more than 10 years of experience in General Management of companies belonging to several industrial sectors such as machinery, ceramics, plastic engineering and the transfer of industrial fluids. Currently Alberto is member board of EUMOS and collaborates in several working groups of the most important committees in the packaging testing field: IAPRI, ISTA, EUMOS.
New Plastics Economy-Catalysing Action
China Plastics Program Manager
Ellen MacArthur Foundation
In a new plastics economy, plastic never becomes waste or pollution. The Global Commitment draws a line in the sand in the fight against plastic waste and pollution. The Plastics Pact brings together all key stakeholders at the national or regional level to implement solutions towards a circular economy for plastics. Each initiative has a concrete set of ambitious local targets. In the global transportation market we have seen many innovations, from delivery model and product format to packaging design, etc, to reduce the use of plastic packaging under the principle of circular economy. The presentation will introduce the new trend and some of the best practices and cases.
Biography: Arnold Wang is responsible for the plastics program for Ellen MacArthur Foundation in China. Prior to this, he was the deputy secretary general of China Plastics Reuse and Recycling Association. Arnold holds a bachelor's degree in chemistry from Xiamen University and an MBA degree from Thunderbird School of Global Management of Arizona State University. Before joining the association, he held several positions in the marketing and product management function in international companies, includingRohm and Haas, Borouge, Specialty Tapes Company and the garbage collection system company: Envac.
Do More With Less: One-Stop High Performance Solutions for Courier Packaging
Customer/Application development engineer
ExxonMobil Asia Pacific Research & Development Co. Ltd
With the rapid growth of e-commerce, courier packaging is playing an increasingly more important role in people’s daily life. The value chain stakeholders are desiring the innovative courier packaging that can provide safe and secure packaging to protect their products, in order to be more tamper-resistant during transportation, as well as use less packaging material and achieve the “source reduction” required by the Green Supply Chain.
Based on its high performance Polyethylene products (Exceed™ XP, Exceed™ and Enable™), ExxonMobil Chemical has developed the solution portfolio for courier packaging, including downgauged courier bag and high tenacity stretch wrap. These two solutions can effectively improve the mechanical properties vs. the market reference films, and lower the risk of product damage throughout the logistic process of storage and delivery, meanwhile provide the opportunities to downgauge, so as to meet the purpose of reducing unit packaging cost and sustainable development, making “do more with less” possible.
Biography: Graduated from East China University of Science and Technology with a master degree of chemical engineering. Joined ExxonMobil Asia Pacific Research&Development Co. Ltd as Customer/Application development engineer in 2018. Assumed the role of new solutions development and key account technical support for both primary and secondary packaging. Major customers include Yili Dairy, Tsingtao Brewery and Haier etc.
Japan's Packaging Industry Development Status and Experience
Transportation International Cooperation Affairs Center, Ministry of Transport
Introduce Japan's concept, definition and classification of packaging, and the status of the packaging industry in the Japanese economy. The development of the Japanese packaging industry, the existing scale and output value. The Japanese government's administrative management of the packaging industry and related laws and regulations; Current policy guidelines; market access threshold, and the size of enterprises and personnel across the country.
The development of standards and norms in the Japanese packaging industry and participation in international standards; the "7 principles of regular packaging" concept implemented in the packaging field; the decision-making process of packaging design; the practice of improving packaging efficiency.
The current status of new machinery, new materials, new technologies, etc. in the Japanese packaging industry; measures for informatization and the construction of the Internet of Things; human resources and talent development in the packaging industry; the industry's concerns and future development directions.
Introduction of private groups and leading companies in the Japanese packaging industry. A summary of Japan’s development experience, compared with our country’s and international standards; practices and ideas worth learning from.
Biography: Assistant researcher, graduated from Beijing Jiaotong University, currently studying for a Ph.D. in management engineering at Zhengzhou University. Joined the Beijing Transportation Development Committee in 2010, and entered the Science Research Institute of the Ministry of Transport in 2012. Now he is a researcher of the Transportation International Cooperation Affairs Center. Author of "United States Transportation Development Trends and Policy Choices in 2045" and "China Water Transport History" in foreign cooperation, has long been engaged in domestic and foreign transportation policy comparison, transportation frontier technology research, international logistics supply chain analysis and other work.