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Advanced Materials Characterisation webinar

We provide technical webinars on advanced materials characterisation which you can watch from your desk.
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A new series of technical webinars for Advanced Materials Characterisation

We are internationally recognised for our practical and innovative work on advanced materials testing and characterisation of advanced composites, additive manufacturing and coatings. Our customers benefit from timely turnaround of NMI quality work, bringing greater cost effectiveness to their projects.

These free webinars provide the opportunity to draw on years of practical experience without leaving your desk. To participate, you only need a phone line and internet access.

Please note that registration is required.

Most webinars will run for 45 minutes and a copy of the presentation will be provided after the webinar, along with a recording which will be posted online and our YouTube channel.

First webinar in series

Title: Good practice for fatigue loading and damage monitoring of composites

Date: 8th December 2020 3.00pm GMT

Abstract: In this joint National Physical Laboratory and Instron webinar, we examine the importance of generating and assessing long-term cyclic fatigue data for fibre-reinforced plastic (FRP) composites and associated good practice for doing so. Guidance will be provided on the selection and use of test equipment, test methods, non-destructive evaluation and strain measurement techniques, and data analysis and interpretation. Covering a range of fatigue regimes and examining both in-plane and through-thickness materials characterisation, the webinar will be of interest to technologists, laboratory and quality assurance personnel, as well as designers and engineers.

Presented by Mike Gower NPL and Peter Bailey, Instron

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8th December

3:00 PM


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