Fatigue Issues Discussion at User Group Meeting


Safe Technology is proud to announce the 3rd fe-safe™ User Group Meeting to be held on Tuesday 25th September, 2007. Once again, hosts for the event will be Dana Corporation in the impressive auditorium at the Dana Technical Resource Park, Ottawa Lake, Michigan.

The aim is to build on the success of previous years and provide a highly technical and valuable day covering a wide range of industries and fatigue related concerns to help increase fatigue knowledge and understanding of fe-safe™, its capabilities and its applications.

The Keynote presentation comes from Prof David Taylor, entitled “Predicting Mechanical Failure – Using the Theory of Critical Distances”
David Taylor is Associate Professor in Materials Engineering at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland. He holds PhD and ScD degrees from Cambridge University. His work is concerned with fracture and fatigue of materials, with particular interest in the failure of engineering components and of biomedical materials. He has written over 300 research articles and four books. His latest book "The Theory of Critical Distances" is the first book on critical distance theory, a method for predicting failure of components using finite element analysis. He is Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of the Mechanical Behavior of Biomedical Materials.

There will also be user papers and contributions from Paccar, Battelle, Leading Edge, Bechtel Bettis and ANSYS China. Internal papers cover Thermo-mechanical fatigue; Stressed Area, Surface Detection & The Taylor Method and Property Mapping as well as an update on fe-safe™ v5.4, Verity® in fe-safe™ v2 and a look forward to fe-safe™ v6;

The fe-safe™ User Group Meeting will be followed by three days of workshops and classes. The workshops cover "Taylor Method for Notch Sensitivity" presented by Professor David Taylor and "Verity® Module in fe-safe™" presented by Dr Pingsha Dong and Hari Agrawal. Professor John Draper, CEO Safe Technology Ltd, will present a two-day training class "Modern Methods of Metal Fatigue Analysis". More details on all events can be found at www.safetechnology.com/ugm_2007.html

Safe Technology Ltd is a technical leader in the design and development of durability analysis software. Based in the UK with offices in the USA, the company is privately owned and is unique in its sole dedication to the field of fatigue and durability analysis software. Working with worldwide partners and distributors, Safe Technology develops and sells the fe-safe™ suite of software which also incorporates signal processing software and specialist add on modules covering weld fatigue evaluation (Verity®), thermo-mechanical fatigue, creep fatigue and the analysis of rotating components www.safetechnology.com



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