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Composite Seminar to be Held in Salt Lake City

March 17, 2004
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"Composite Materials Design, Testing & Fabrication" will be held April 29-30 at the Ramada Limited in Salt Lake City, Utah.

Sensor Products Inc. and Dr. Scott Beckwith, president of BTG Composites LLC (an international advanced composites and fiber reinforced plastics (FRP) consultancy), will present a seminar on "Composite Materials Design, Testing & Fabrication" April 29-30 at the Ramada Limited (http://www.ramadaltdslc.com) in Salt Lake City, Utah. The seminar is designed for aerospace, military, materials, infrastructure, energy and transportation industry engineers who are involved in any materials selection and characterization, composites design and manufacturing, product optimization, and testing and inspection certification (NDT, NDI, QA). Topics will include primary resin and fiber reinforcement construction materials, general composites design methodology, traditional fabrication techniques, advanced manufacturing technologies, sandwich core and foam design, composites test and inspection methods, and failure criteria. The course is designed to emphasize practical design considerations for selecting materials to optimize design and application performance. Design for manufacturability, economic practicality and weight considerations as important tradeoffs will also be addressed.

For more information call (973) 884-1755 or visit http://www.sensorprod.com/composites.

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