Madison, NJ – Seminars For Engineers announces, in association with Wyoming Text Fixtures, Inc., the 2010 dates for its new seminar “Test Methods for Composite Materials.” Composite materials, whether for use in high performance structures or in commodity applications, present many unique mechanical testing problems. This two-day seminar will focus on the proper selection of a test method for each specific application, from the many methods currently available.
Test Methods for Composite Materials
August 25 – 26, 2010 – Tampa, FL
Time: Seminar hours are from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm each day unless otherwise indicated in the course description
Instructor Dr. Donald F. Adams, president and founder of Wyoming Text Fixtures, Inc., is an expert in the field of composite materials with almost 50 years of experience in the industry. Prior to founding Wyoming Test Fixtures in 1988, Dr. Adams was a professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Wyoming where he founded and directed their Composite Materials Research Group.
Concepts covered in the seminar include: Introduction to Composite Materials Testing; Properties of Orthotropic Materials; Available Test Methods and Standards; Tensile Testing; Compression Testing; Flexure Test Methods; Shear Test Methods; Multi-Axial and Fracture Toughness Testing; Testing of Fibers, the Matrix, and the Interface; Fatigue, Impact, and Creep Testing; Testing Equipment and Data Reduction
For more information, contact Seminars For Engineers at [email protected], phone1-800-755-2272 (USA) or visit http://www.seminarsforengineers.com/comptest
Seminars For Engineers (USA)
Filed Under: Student programs, Materials • advanced
Present a seminar on different testing methods used in industry