10th International Conference on Advances in Experimental Mechanics
The British Society for Strain Measurement’s (BSSM) 10th International Conference on Advances in Experimental Mechanics will offer industry and academia the opportunity to present current developments in experimental mechanics.
The BSSM sits at the interface between industry, academia and the wider engineering community and promotes their interaction to ensure the wide dissemination of new ideas and best practice in the field of engineering measurement.
A particular theme of this conference is the use of experimental measurement techniques to validate computational models so that confidence in the models’ predictions can be quantified.
The BSSM conference will be partnered by the Institute of Physics Applied Mechanics Group to incorporate Modern Practice in Stress and Vibration Analysis (MPSVA).
• Plenary lectures
• BSSM Measurements Lecture
• EMex, BSSM’s annual Experimental Mechanics Exhibition
• BSSM Young Stress Analyst Competition
• BSSM pre-conference short courses
Conference themesPapers are welcomed from any area of experimental mechanics, including the following:
• Measurement techniques and their application
• Mechanics in challenging environments
• Mechanics of composites
• Fatigue and fracture
• Mechanics in biology and medicine
• Dynamic testing
• Condition monitoring
• Vibration-based characterisation techniques (MPSVA)
About the BSSMFounded in 1964 the BSSM is a non profit making scientific, educational and promotional organisation to advance the knowledge of strain measurement, stress analysis and related areas of Experimental Mechanics.
The British Society for Strain Measurement (BSSM) is made up of individual, student, corporate and educational members in the UK and abroad.
Event Type: Conference
Location: Edinburgh UK
Date: September 1, 2015