Date(s) - 09/11/2022
8:30 am - 5:15 pm
Institution of Mechanical Engineers
Structural Integrity Codes for Novel Structures and Materials
IMechE in-person event, London, UK
Structural integrity codes provide requirements and guidance on how engineering organisations design, manufacture, use and dispose of different systems. Recent developments across engineering industries in technologies incorporate progressively novel and complex structures into their designs.
Structural integrity codes must be developed and updated to ensure these novel and complex structures are safe, secure and minimise environmental impact. These codes are often developed by or with regulators, industry and government organisations but are used daily by the mechanical engineer. This seminar will provide case study examples from across different sectors and organisations that are applying legacy and new codes to novel and complex structures.
Join this seminar to:
- Stay up to date with the latest developments in structural integrity codes for novel and complex structures and materials
- Find out more about new codes and their applications on the horizon and their impact on different industry sectors
- Gain an increased awareness of how cross-stakeholder code development is achieved and by who
Discount for Hazards Forum members: book at the Supporting Organisation rate on the website or contact firstname.lastname@example.org and mention Hazards Forum to save on your place.
For more information about this event, please visit the Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ website here.