ASTM Committee invites abstracts, participation for meeting.

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ASTM International, American Society for Composites, Syracuse University, University of Utah, and National Institute of Aerospace will jointly support 31st Annual Technical Conference of the American Society for Composites (September 19–21) and ASTM Committee on Composite Materials (D30) meeting (September 21–22). Both events will take place in Williamsburg, VA. Submissions of abstracts and full papers are being invited; deadline is January 15, 2016.



Original Press Release:



ASTM Composite Materials Committee Invites Abstracts and Participation for September 2016 Meeting



ASTM International, the American Society for Composites, Syracuse University, the University of Utah, and the National Institute of Aerospace will jointly support the 31st Annual Technical Conference of the American Society for Composites (Sept. 19-21) and the ASTM Committee on Composite Materials (D30) meeting (Sept. 21-22). Both events will be in Williamsburg, Virginia.



Information on the conference and details on submitting abstracts and full papers can be found at mech.utah.edu/ASC2016/. The deadline to submit abstracts is Jan. 15, 2016.



Topics for the ASC conference and the ASTM meeting could include but are not limited to:

ACP (NASA Advanced Composites Project)

Additive Manufacturing

Armor & Protection

Automotive Composites

Bonded Joints

Civil Structures

Composites Education

Crashworthiness

Damage Precursors

Effects of Defects

Fatigue and Fracture

Flammability of Composites

High Temperature Composites

IACMI (Institute for Advanced Composites Manufacturing Innovation)

Impact & Dynamic Response

ICME (Integrated Computational and Mathematical Engineering)

Interlaminar Properties

Manufacturing and Processing

Marine Composites

Materials Design for DaDT

Micromechanics

Model Validation, Verification and Uncertainty Quantification

Molecular Modeling

Multifunctional & Smart Composites

Multiscale Modeling

NAFEMS Session on Analysis Benchmarking

Nanocomposites

Natural, Bio-Based, Green, and Novel Composites

NDE & SHM

Optimization

Progressive Damage Modeling

Sandwich Composites

Session in Honor of Jeffery Schaff

Space Applications

Stability & Postbuckling

Temperature Effects

Testing and Characterization

Textile and 3D Composites

Validation Test Methods

X-ray CT Imaging



ASTM welcomes participation in the development of its standards. Become a member at www.astm.org/JOIN.



For more news in this sector, visit www.astm.org/sn-metals.



Media Inquiries: Nathan Osburn, tel +1.610.832.9603; nosburn@astm.org

Technical Contact: Ronald Krueger, National Institute of Aerospace, Hampton, Va., tel +1.757.864.3482; rkrueger@nianet.org

ASTM Staff Contact: Krista Robbins, tel +1.610.832.9689; krobbins@astm.org

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