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Non-Destructive Testing, Structural Health Monitoring and Repair of Fibre Reinforced Polymer Composites
15 - 16 October 2019, Jury’s Inn, Oxford, UK
This event will showcase the latest non-destructive evaluation and testing technologies, structural health monitoring techniques and approaches for repair of composite materials through case study presentations and demonstrations…
Defects and damage occur in all materials. In fibre-reinforced polymer composites (FRPs) defects and failure modes can be very different from those in metallic and other materials.
Over the last few decades non-destructive inspection and monitoring methods have developed both to assure quality and consistency in manufacturing and to identify and predict defects in service due to fatigue or damage. Capability is growing in maturity in several sectors, especially aerospace, renewable energy and construction. Techniques for repair are well established, though in some cases further work may be needed to establish standardisation and good practice.
This event will showcase the latest non-destructive evaluation and testing (NDE/T) technologies, structural health monitoring (SHM) techniques and approaches to repair for composite materials through case study presentations and demonstrations.
*NOF Member Discount: NOF members are offered a 10% discount, to access the discount code contact Paul Livingstone, Head of Business Development at NOF.
For full details and to register please visit: www.confidenceincomposites.com