EIS - Instrumentation, Analysis & Testing Exhibition - NEWS
Engineering Integrity Society - Instrumentation, Analysis and Testing Exhibition, 18 March 2014, Silverstone
We are pleased to announce further details about the technical forums including panel members.
Summaries of the forum topics can be found on our website at: http://e-i-s.org.uk/forums-2014/
Entrance to the exhibition & open forums is free to visitors along with complementary refreshments. To register your attendance please complete the attached form and email to email@example.com
The Effect on Component Life and Performance of Manufacturing Induced Residual Strain
Chair- Norman Thornton (Engineering Consultant)
Panel - Angelo Fanourakis (GKN Autostructures), Andrew Blows (Jaguar Landrover), John McCarthy (Maps Technology), Rob Wood (GOM)
Gearbox Noise and Life Monitoring
Chair Geoff Rowlands (MIRA)
Panel - Jarek Rosinski (Transmission Dynamics) and Barry James (Romax)
3D Printed Components - use in Stress Analysis and as Structural Components
Chair Bernard Steeples (Engineering Consultant)
Panel - Mark Tyrtania (Laser Lines), Tom Riley (Bentley Motors), Ian Jones (Airbus), Neil Hopkinson (University of Sheffield) and a representative from BAE Systems
Successes and Future Challenges in Vehicle Dynamics
Chair John Wilkinson (Millbrook Proving Ground)
Panel - Richard Hurdwell (Richard Hurdwell Engineering) and Xiao-Dong Sun (TRW Conekt)
New Corporate Members
A warm welcome to our new Corporate Members - MTS Systems, THP Systems, NPrime and Micro-Epsilon.
Hydraulics in Testing
The seminar, run in September at Star Hydraulics in Tewkesbury, was extremely well-received by the 35 delegates who attended. The event was over-subscribed and we are considering running a follow-up event in 2014. If this is an area that is relevant to you please contact our secretariat to register your interest.
We are currently planning a number of seminars for 2014 including: Measurement Techniques, Basic Fatigue and Fundamentals of Sound Quality. Further details will follow in early 2014.
The next issue of our journal, Engineering Integrity, will be published in February 2014. For advertising or submitting papers please contact Catherine Pinder: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have produced a new EIS brochure providing details of the Society, the technical groups and the activities we undertake. If you have contacts who would like to know more about how the EIS can support industry and individual engineers, please email the secretariat who can arrange for a copy to be sent to them. (email@example.com).
Advanced Engineering 2013
The EIS attended the Advanced Engineering Exhibition at the NEC on 12 and 13 November. It was a good opportunity to meet with existing corporate and personal members as well as talk to new companies and visitors about the work of the EIS. In support of the technical programme a presentation entitled 'Smarter Testing' was made by EIS committee members. As part of the event we ran a competition to win a bottle of champagne. Congratulations to the winner Kurtis Bell of ACSCM.
The EIS holds committee meetings three times a year. The Society is always interested in new members joining any of the groups (Durability & Fatigue Group, Simulation, Test & Measurement Group and Sound & Vibration Product Perception Group). If you would like further details please contact the Secretariat on 01572 811315 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The next meeting will be held on Tuesday 11 February 2014, venue TBA.
Co-sponsored events :
Institute of Physics - Advanced Materials for Demanding Applications
7-10 April 2014, Glyndwr University, St Asaph.
More information http://amda2014.iopconfs.org/218296
ICEM 16 - The event will be held over the period 7 to 11 July 2014 at the University of Cambridge http://www.icem16.org
IMechE - International Vehicle Aerodynamics Conference
14-15 October 2014, Holywell Park, Loughborough
Engineering Integrity Society
Tel: 01572-811315 - Sara Atkin
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