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Instrumentation, Analysis


and Testing Exhibition Silverstone Wing, Silverstone Race Circuit 2 April 2019, 10am-4pm


This year’s event will address the challenges of Bridging the Gap between the Virtual & Physical Worlds. There will be 8 Mini Seminars focused on this theme


• 65 exhibitors from aerospace, automotive, motorsport, rail, off-highway, mechanical handling, civil engineering, industrial and power generation industries. The exhibitors will have a wide variety of instrumentation, measuring and modelling technologies to complement the discussions


• Free Entrance to Exhibition and Mini Seminars • Free Car Parking • Complimentary Refreshments


All visitors will be entered into a prize draw to WIN 2019 FORMULA 1 BRITISH GRAND PRIX TICKETS!


To pre-register: info@e-i-s.org.uk | www.e-i-s.org.uk Co-sponsored by: INTEGRITY SOCIETY ENGINEERING


MINI SEMINAR PROGRAMME


KEYNOTE: The Route towards Smarter Testing of Aircraft Structures Ian Jones, Airbus


Roads and how to incorporate them realistically into the virtual world Gordon Airey, University of Nottingham & Jan Prins, Jaguar Land Rover


Tuning an automotive exhaust for sound quality Mark Burnett, HORIBA MIRA


How Simple is as Simple as Possible? Peter Heyes, HBM Prenscia


Best Practice Materials Data Management – ensuring quality, traceability, and return on investment Steve Laine, Granta Design


Bridging the Gap between the Virtual & Physical Worlds – A perspective from the Off-Highway Construction & Agricultural Equipment Industry David Panni, JCB


Experimental Dynamic Substructuring: how to create Test Based Models for FEM Dennis de Klerk, Mueller BBM


Virtual Prototyping using a Driving Sound Simulator and Binaural Transfer Path Analysis / Synthesis Bernd Philippen, Head Acoustics


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Automotive Test & Validation


Vol 2 No. 1


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