|Real-time Damage Tracking in Engineering Structures||
21 Nov 2018
|University of Liverpool in London||Workshop|
Organisers: Dr. Richard Greene (Strain Solutions Ltd), Dr. Salih Gungor (BSSM), Dr. Ceri Middleton (University of Liverpool) and Professor Eann Patterson (University of Liverpool).
Real-time tracking of damage is an important topic in a range of engineering situations. The aim of this workshop is to bring together experts on, and users of, a variety of techniques for monitoring damage in real-time; combining discussion of the industrial context with current research and development. Intended topics and relevant techniques which will be discussed include:
We invite proposals for short talks covering topics within these areas (12+3 minutes for industrial context/research, 15+5 minutes for research presentations). Short abstracts (1 page, including figures) should be emailed to Dr Ceri Middleton email@example.com by the 7th September 2018, successful authors will be notified by 30th September.
There will be an exhibition of commercially available equipment related to the techniques presented, potential exhibitors are invited to contact Biana Gale firstname.lastname@example.org
This workshop is aimed at engineers and scientists with a background in mechanics of materials and/or mechanical testing who use, or are interested in using, real-time tracking of damage in both laboratory studies and industrial applications
Event Registration prices (excludes VAT)
BSSM member Free (registration required)
Members of co-sponsoring organisations Free (registration required)
Non-member Free (registration required) Student member Free (registration required)
Student non-member Free (registration required) Event
Exhibition prices (excludes VAT)
Corporate 1 BSSM Members £195
Corporate 2 BSSM Members £295