Institute of Physics, 76 Portland Place, London, W1B 1NT, UK
An understanding of the dynamic behaviour of materials is essential for informing structural performance for e.g. crashworthiness, manufacturing capability, blast mitigation. Numerical simulation has seen spectacular progress with the advent of faster and cheaper computing power. However, such computations require detailed material models for which parameters have to be identified experimentally.
Event type: Conference
Co-sponsored by: British Society for Strain Measurement (BSSM), European Physical Society, Imaging Science Group - Royal Photographic Society, Institute of Measurement and Control, Institution of Mechanical Engineers and Society for Experimental Mechanics, Inc (SEM)
Organised by: IOP Applied Physics and Technology Division and the European Association for the Promotion of Research into the Dynamic Behaviour of Materials and its Applications (DYMAT)
Contact details: Joanne Hemstock
Tel: +44 (0)20 7470 4800