SAE-CACRC is a long established industry led organisation (including TCH and regulatory representation) which addresses composites from a user perspective, e.g. by developing standards and providing input to other guidance activities, https://www.sae.org/works/committeeHome.do?comtID=TEAAMSCACRC.
The theme for this SAE-CACRC meeting is Composite Repair Training, which is becoming increasingly important as the number of large passenger aircraft using significant composite structure enter service.
You are invited to attend both the Introductory Metalbond Practitioners Tutorial on the afternoon of the 20th September 2016 and Advanced Topics in Metalbond Forensics and Failure Analysis Tutorial the morning of 23rd September 2016 (both Tutorials to be presented by Max Davis) Furthermore, you are also invited to the SAE –CACRC Main Meeting on 21-22nd September 2016.
Please confirm with Sonal.Khunti [at] sae.org (Sonal Khunti) your intent to attend
- the Bonded Structure Tutorials on the afternoon of the 20th September 2016 and morning of 23rd September 2016
- the SAE-CACRC Main Meeting – Composite Repair Training on 21-22nd September 2016 (please also register on the SAE CACRC website)
- This is a PRELIMINARY INVITATION and there are a very limited number of places available due to room size constraints. Places cannot be immediately guaranteed on the tutorial and/or at the Main Meeting. However, the meeting organisers will provide confirmation, or otherwise, as soon as possible.
- For those wishing to attend the Tutorial, priority will be given to those also wishing to attend the Main Meeting.
- Accommodation and location details can be found on the SAE CACRC link above. Accommodation can be difficult to find in Koeln as the number of events there have been increasing. Therefore, it is recommended that you book a hotel as soon as possible. Please also consider hotels in Bonn, which has a frequent train service to Koeln.
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