Sensor Technology Presentations are sought for ASTM workshop.
Press Release Summary:
February 14, 2011 - Scheduled for November 16, 2011, New Sensor Technologies and Issues with Existing Technologies for Fatigue, Fracture, and Mechanical Testing will identify and explore new sensor technologies that can be used with these types of test methods so that they may be included in relevant ASTM standards. Workshop will also identify problems with existing sensors that are currently used in standards so that they can be improved.
Original Press Release
Presentations Invited for ASTM Workshop on New and Existing Sensor Technologies for Fatigue, Fracture and Mechanical Testing
Press release date: February 10, 2011
o Sensors to measure crack length via contact or non-contact methods;
o Sensor that detect crack initiation and formation;
o Sensors to measure crack opening displacement (COD) or crack tip opening displacement (CTOD);
o Sensors to measure strain or displacement via non-contact methods;
o Sensors for and issues with digital image correlation; and
o Issues with the application of sensors used in existing ASTM fatigue, fracture and mechanical test standards. Interested participants must submit a 300-500 word abstract via e-mail to Dr. David A. Jablonski (email@example.com) by May 23, 2011. Abstract submitters will be notified of their acceptance for presentation by June 6. For abstract submittal and other related information, visit www.astm.org/E08work1111.htm. Additional information about the workshop is available from workshop co-chairs David Jablonski, Ph.D., Jentek Sensors Inc., Waltham, Mass. (phone: 781-642-9666; firstname.lastname@example.org); or David Dudzinski, National Research Council Canada, Institute for Aerospace Research, Ottawa, ON, Canada (phone: 613-998-6473; email@example.com). ASTM International is one of the largest international standards development and delivery systems in the world. ASTM International meets the World Trade Organization (WTO) principles for the development of international standards: coherence, consensus, development dimension, effectiveness, impartiality, openness, relevance and transparency. ASTM standards are accepted and used in research and development, product testing, quality systems and commercial transactions. ASTM Staff Contact: Hannah Sparks, Phone: 610-832-9677; firstname.lastname@example.org www.astm.org