Jul 15 2020
Join us for this four-part educational series on materials testing in the composites industry. Learn about the basics of composites and composites testing or refresh your knowledge.
This course will explore further mechanical test methods often performed for composites, including interlaminar fracture toughness, compression-after-impact (CAI), open- and filled-hole tension and compression and bolt-bearing. It will also address testing at different time durations, from creep to high strain rate, and different methods for compression testing of composites, including applicable test standards, test fixtures, test validation criteria and failure modes. Attendees will also deepen their understanding of the importance of accurate strain measurement and the different requirements for strain measurement dictated by the basic in-plane composite test methods (tension, compression and shear).
The four-part series is free of charge and begins July 21. Register by clicking on the following links:
Part 1 An Introduction of Composites Testing
Part 2 Advanced Testing Methods for Composites
Part 3 Compression Testing of Composites
Part 4 Strain Measurement Solutions for Composites
Sponsors: ZwickRoell and McMaster University Manufacturing Research Institute
Presenters: Dr. Hannes Körber, ZwickRoell Industry Manager for Composites with Dr. Mehdi Dargahi, Regional Sales Manager