Myanmar Engineering Society [MES]

www.mes.org.mm

Conference & Exhibition

CAFEO 35, 2017

Bangkok, Thailand • 16 - 19 November, 2017

 

World Water Day 2014 Celebration
Water and Energy Theme

March 19, 2014/ MES Function Hall, MES Building, Hlaing Campus, Yangon, Myanmar

U Nyan Tun Aung, Vice Chairperson of the National Water Resources Committee (NWRC) and Union Minister of Transport

CAFEO 33, 2015

Penang, Malaysia • 22-26 November

Welcome

PENANG is hosting the 33rd Conference of the ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organisation 2015 to be held from 22nd to 25th November.

The lnstitution of Engineers, Malaysia (lEM) Penang Branch, as the main host, is pleased to invite other engineering organizations, universities and R&D institutions to participate in this prestigious conference & exhibition with the theme below:

ln 7786, Captain Francis Light discovered George Town; a strategic occupation that acknowledged Penang's natural resources, harbour and its potential for commerce and as a British command station.

From a humble trading port, Penang has developed over two centuries into a vital, world-class hub for commerce, manufacturing, modernization, cultures and tourism that it is today. lt has been dubbed the Silicon Valley of Southeast Asia, most liveable and best city and a World Heritage Site. The iconic Penang Bridge was Southeast Asia's longest in 1985 and Komtar Tower was Asia's tallest building in 1986. Today exists an even longer Second Penang Bridge.

Like other Asean big cities, Penang's tremendous growth was in big part thanks to the many, many engineers working diligently behind the scene. As key builders, engineers would continue to face up to the challenges of designing and constructing many future Asean "world cities."

Penang's Many Attractions

The State and some 1.6+ million Penangites & residents (including 30,000 engineers) welcome you to the Pearl of the Orient!

We are among the top-3 most developed and economically important states in Malaysia, an exceptional multi-cultural city with well-preserved heritage, and a popular tourist destination and food haven, especially for hawker's fare. Visitors come all year round to enjoy its sunny equatorial weather on the island. An umbrella may come in handy to ward off the occasional rain and intense midday sun. Yes, there are beaches and some are still quite pristine, plus a fair share offorested hills and greenery.

While here speak Malay, Chinese, Tamil or English and someone is bound to understand you. There are established prayer houses for those of Muslim, Buddhist, Christian and Hindu faiths. And there are festivals and events to celebrate every month.

22 November 2015 features the Penang Bridge lnternational Marathon; Penang lnternational Dragon Boat Race; George Town Literary Festival; Penang Jazz Festival; Pesta Chingay, Lion and Dragon Dance Parade and, of course, Christmas and New Year. Nearby in Langkawi there are also the Langkawi GeoFest and Asian Bird Fair.

Penang lndustry: We are an industrialised state with 40 years track record in electronics manufacturing, assembly and test operations. Today Penang is also a design and development hub with world-class local supporting and ancillary industries; with renowned capabilities in automation systems, precision engineering, software development and packaging.There is also a growing support services for medical devices, aerospace and other higher value added activities.

CAFEO 2015 Programme

The CAFEO Final Programme is to be announced via cafeo33.iempenang.org

AFEO

The ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organizations (AFEO) is a non-governmental organization affiliated to the ASEAN Secretariat. Members of the AFEO are Engineering lnstitutions and Unions of countries in ASEAN. The Objectives of AFEO are the promotion of goodwill, understanding, cooperation and exchange of ideas and experiences in the fields of education, science, engineering, technology, environment, human resource, training and registration of professional engineers.

The Conference of the ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organizations (CAFEO) has been held annually since 1982 by 10 ASEAN member countries, including Brunei, lndonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Philippines, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos and Myanmar. The AFEO Conference has also attracted the participation of engineering organizations of the USA, Japan, Korea, Australia, China, lndia, Germany and the UK, the World Federation of Engineering organizations (WFEo) and ASEAN Academy of Engineering and Technology (MET).

Introduction to The Institution of Engineers Malaysia

The lnstitution of Engineers, Malaysia (lEM) was established in 1959 and mainly to promote and advance the science and profession of engineering in any or all of its disciplines and to facilitate the exchange of information and ideas related to engineering.

It currently has about 30,000 members and ranks among the largest professional organizations in the country. IEM has eight Standing Committees, 18 Technical Divisions and three Special lnterest Groups plus a Graduate and Student Section that caters exclusively to the younger members.

All the members are to participate actively in all engineering-related issues in society so that our expert views and contributions would be appreciated and acknowledged.

Accomodation Spouse Programme

lsland Tour (24th Nov 2015)

• Pass by Balik Pulau
- Nutmeg Factory
• Visit to Teluk Bahang Dam
• Botanical Garden
•Reclining Buddha

Heritage Tour (25th Nov 2015)

• Fort Cornwallis
• Peranakan Mansion
• Kuan Yin Temple • Art Street
• Clan Jetty

Conference Venue

Hotel Equatorial Penang
Jalan-Bukit Jambul, 11900 Penang
T: +604 6327000 F: +604AZZltOO
E: info@pen.equatorial.com
W: www.hotel-equatorial-penang.com

Recommended Hotels

Eastin Hotel Penang
1 Solok Bayan lndah, Queensbay,
11900 Bayan Lepas, Penang
T: +60 4 612 1111

Vistana Hotel Penang
213, Jalan Bukit Gambir, Bukit Jambul,
11950 Penang
T: +50 4 645 8000

Correspondence

Conference Secretariat
The lnstitution of Engineers, Malaysia (Penang Branch)
Level 5-5a Northam Venture Building, 37, Jalan Sultan Ahmad Shah, 10050 Penang.
T: +60 4 818 2045 F:+60 4 226 44gO
E: iempenangbranch@gmail.com

Conference Registration Fees
AFEO Delegate - USD 100
Accompanying Person - USD 100 YEAFEO Delegate - USD 60
Non AFEO - USD 2OO

AFEO
The ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organisations

The lnstitution of Engineers, Malaysia
Bangunan lngenieur, Lot60162, Jalan52l4, Peti Surat 223 Jalan Sultan, 46720 Petaling JaYa, Selangor.
T: +50 3 7968 4001 W: cafeo33.iempenang.org

CAFEO 32

November 2014, Sedona Hotel Yangon

9-11-2014
Sunday
10.11.14
Monday
11.11.14
Tuesday
Arrival for Golfers at Yangon

Registra-tion of Non-Golfers

 (Free and Easy) 09:00 - 20:00

Golf Competition
06:30 - 12:30  
Arrival of delegates, Registration of
 Conference Delegates and Participants
Arrival of VIP Guests
Arrival of Guest of Honour
08:00 - 09:00
Bowling Competition for YEAFEO
10:00 - 14:00
Arrival of Officials, Foreign Delegations, Presidents and etc AFEO/YEAFE /AER/WE-AFEO
Registration of Conference Delegates and Participants
09:00 – 18:00
Official Opening of CAFEO 32
Speeches, Keynote Address and Visit Exhibition Hall
09:00 – 11:00
Sedona Hotel
Free and Easy
(OWN LUNCH)
07:30 – 13:00

Tea Break
11:00 – 11:30

Combined with FEIAP Green Design Workshop and Energy and Environmental Wokshop and Presentation

Ahlon
13:00 - 15:00

 Technical  
Seminar 
Dagon
13:00 - 15:00
Country Report
11:30 – 13:00
Lunch
13:00 – 14:00
Working Group D
Disaster Preparedness, Mitigation and Management
Session
Mindon -1
14:00 - 15:30
 
Working Group B
(Education and Capacity Building)

Mindon -2
14:00 - 15:30
 

Working Group C
Transportation and Logistics
Mindon -3
14:00 - 15:30
Technical      Seminar

Dagon
14:00 - 15:30

Tea Break
15:00 – 15:30
Tea Break
15:30 – 16:00
Combined with FEIAP Green Design Workshop and Energy and Environmental Wokshop and Presentation
Ahlon
15:30 - 16:30
Award Meeting

Dagon
15:30 - 16:30

AER Meeting
 

 

 

16:00-17:30

YEAFEO Meeting
(Young Engineers)
 

16:00-18:00

WE-AFEO Meeting
(Woman Section)
 

16:00-18:00

Technical Seminar(2)
 

 

16:00-17:30

Free and Easy
16:30 – 18:30
Business Networking Session

Mindon -1
17:30 - 18:30

Welcoming Reception
AER/AAE/AET/AAET/AT/AAT Certificate Presentation
18:30 – 21:00
Sedona Hotel
Rehearsal by Presidents
End of Programme End of Programme
12.11.14
Wednesday
13.11.14
Thursday
FEIAP Meeting
Mindon -1
09:00 -11:00
YEAFEO Young Engineers Activities
Mindon -2
09:00 - 11:00
WE-AFEO (Woman Section)
Mindon -3
09:00-11:00
Technical Seminar
Dagon
09:00-11:00
Technical
Seminar
Ahlon
09:00 - 11:00

CAFEO delegates to attend Technical Visits to

1) Nyaung Done Bridge
and Bayint Naung Bridge
(By Coach)

07:30-14:00

OR

2) Mini Hydro
Power Improvement
Project Bago Division
(By Coach)

07:00-18:00

OR

3) Thaukyegat
120MW
Hydro Power
Station
07:00 - 18:00
Bago Division
(By Coach)

 

Tea Break
11:00 – 11:30
AFEO Governing Board
Mindon -1
11:30-12:30
YEAFEO
Young Engineers
Mindon -2
11:30-12:30
WE-AFEO Forum (Woman Section)
Mindon -3
11:30-12:30
Technical Seminar
Dagon
11:30-12:30
Technical Seminar
Ahlon
11:30 -12:30
Lunch
12:30 – 13:30
 
Technical      
Seminar
Mindon -1
13:30 - 15:30
YEAFEO
Young Engineers Activities
Mindon -2
13:30 -15:30
WE-AFEO Forum (Woman Section)
Mindon -3
13:30-15:30
Technical Seminar
Dagon
13:30-15:30
Technical Seminar
Ahlon
13:30 - 15:30
Tea Break
15:30 – 16:00
Free and Easy
16:00 – 18:00
Closing Ceremony Closing Banquet
Presentation of ASEAN Engineering Achievement Award  
Conferment of Distinguished Hon Fellow
Conferment of Hon Fellow  
 Conferment of Hon Member 
 Flag Hand over to the incoming President of CAFEO 33                     
Performance of delegates from ASEAN Countries and other foreign delegates

 

End of Programme End of Programme

Engineer Enthic Speech

ASEAN Engineering badge bestowal and annual membership

Conference and election of new executive committee members was held at MES from 8th to 10th january,2009.It included presentation of Seminar,Product and Process shows.

Process And Product Show

Under the guidance of Myanmar Engineering Society Process and Product show 2009 was held by young engineers from 8th to 10th january,2009.The following compaqnies participated and showed their products. The following companies perticipated and showed their products, Super Mega Co.,Ltd,P.A.G Co.,Ltd,Golden Crown Engineering and Business Training Center,Myanmar Shwe Bon Thar Trading Co.,Ltd,Concordia international Co.,Ltd,KTK Co.,Ltd, Yoma Engineering Services Co.,Ltd,Young Engineer Booth,Soe Electronic & Machinery Co.,Ltd,Premier Machinery Trading Co.,Ltd, Gallent Services Co.,Ltd, Peace Myanmar Electric Co.,Ltd,Tech International Trading Co.,Ltd,I.E.M Co.,Ltd, Smart Marine Co.,Ltd,United Mercury Group,Aung Pyi Than, Dual Tech Engineering Training Services Co.,Ltd,Glory Career Training Center,O.I.C Co.,Ltd,D&D Group Co.,Ltd,Myanmar Golden Rock Co.,Ltd,Cannon Co.,Ltd, Agricultural Industrial Development Co.,Ltd, Gunkul Engineering & Fresh Co.,Ltd,Cho Cho Co.,Ltd, M.C.G Co.,Ltd(Chigo Air Condictioners),United Engineering Co.,Ltd,Best Mate Co.,Ltd, ZIN 9 Group of Companies (Setra Digital Weighing Scale),Zaw & Hnin Co.,Ltd,Suntac Technologies Co.,Ltd and Smart Technical Service Co.,Ltd.

Seminars

The opening Seminar was held in function hall of MES on 8th January 2009 at 8:30 a.m.Ministery of Construction ,General Myint Thein,No(2) Ministry of Electrical Power Deputy minister,General Win Myint,President of Myanmar Engineering Society,U Than Myint;members of central executive committee;coporate members and members of Myanmar Engineering Society.On the first day,Engr Rocky Wong Hong Thong,the author,read IEM's Role in Promoting Brand Malaysia Engineering Techmology and Innovation (EIT)Services to the ASEAN Economic Community(AEC) and the Global Market-related seminar.After that,Mr Rocky Wong Hong Tong read Engineering Seminar according to sections. Myanmar Engineering Society's President acted as a Chair Person,U Khin Maung Zaw and Ma Aung See Zar as a moderator.After this U Kyaw Zayar Tun,U Kyaw Tun ,U Minn Han,U Soe Thura Tun,Dr.Win Swe,Dr.Aung Than Oo.U Zaw Win,Dr.San Hla Thaw and Dr.Nyan Myint Kyaw presented their paper.They were honoured with gift and credit.In room(1)Section(1),Dr.Swe Swe Aye acted as a Chairperson and Dr.Yin Yin Tun acted as a moderator.In section(3),Dr.Aung Sein acted as a moderator.ASEAN Engineering badge bestowal and annual membership conference of Myanmar Engineering Society was held at MES building from 8th january 2009 to 10th january, 2009.

Summary

The present paper describes a hull form improvement of innovative low-speed Ultra large Block coefficient ship(ULBS).A hull form optimization method for reducing wave-making resistance and wave-breaking at the bow using nonlinear programming method (NLP)based on the Rankine source method is discussed. In the optimization process, wave-making resistance coefficient, surface integrals of the square of free surface elevations and free surface disturbance function D(x, y)-values are selected as the objective functions. Bow-body shape is optimized under the prescribed design constraints based on the present method. Numerical examples are given for unconventional ULBS. The three improved hull forms for the corresponding objective functions are obtained by optimal designs which indicate that the objective functions are reduced distinctly. In order to verify the present optimization method based on the potential solver, the flow characteristics around the initial and bow optimized hull forms are analyzed by using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) analysis based on the Nervier-Stokes (NS) solver. Comparisons of the computed resistance coefficients, pressure and velocity distributions of the initial and bow optimized hull forms are presented. It is confirmed that simulation results based on the viscous flow solver show reasonable agreements with the numerical results based on the Rankine source method for the bow optimized hull forms.