MEETINGS - Fatigue and Fracture of Metallic Materials and Devices (US) May 2008:
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ASTM International's Second Symposium on Fatigue and Fracture of Metallic Materials and Devices will take place on May 7 2008 in Denver, Colorado, US. Topics to be addressed, include: standard methodologies to characterise Nitinol (nickel titanium); strain-based and stress-based fatigue behaviour; characterisation of material/device for design reliability; and processing parameters/material behaviour. For more details, contact Kenneth Jerina, Washington University, tel: +1 314/935-4960; email: email@example.com or Michael Mitchell, mechanics & materials consulting, tel: +1 928/814-8622 firstname.lastname@example.org
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