ACOUSTIC EMISSION WORKING GROUP

AEWG-60: Charleston, SC, June 19-20, 2018

 

AEWG-60: Meeting Announcement

The 60th Conference will be held at

The Mills House Wyndham Grand Hotel, Charleston, SC,USA

June 19-20, 2018

AEWG general meetings are open to all interested individuals.

 

This site (www.aewg.org) hosts latest information for the upcoming AEWG meeting.

Also provided for free download is the Journal of AE (JAE), all editions since Volume 1 to 31,
as well as contents and index information, searchable for word/term/author!

The 60th meeting of the Acoustic Emission Working Group will be held June 19-20, 2018 at The Mills House Wyndham Grand Hotel, Charleston, SC. The meeting is open to all individuals interested in acoustic emission technology and applications.

Talks describing AE applications in any field, as well as advances in AE fundamentals, sensing, and signal processing, are invited.  In keeping with the working group character of the meeting, discussion of work in process is particularly welcome.  Students may submit an extended abstract for consideration for the AEWG Student Award.

Topics will cover all the areas of acoustic emission research, development and applications, including but not limited to:
  • Wave propagation of AE source mechanisms
  • Infrastructure and health monitoring
  • AE for composites
  • Advances in AE instrumentation and sensors
  • AE for materials/structure damage mechanics
  • AE applications for large scale structural testing
  • Novel signal processing approaches
  • Material research, fracture and fatigue failure mechanisms
  • Geosciences and rock mechanics
  • Orthopedics and biomechanics
  • Manufacturing applications
  • Diagnostic techniques & procedures
  • Codes and standards development
  • AE theories, methods, validation and verification

 

Workshop themes:

  • Acoustic Emission instrumentation, data processing and nondestructive/structural health monitoring applications
  • Acoustic Emission for materials/structural damage monitoring and identification
  • Analytical, numerical and computational modeling as well as validation of Acoustic Emission source and wave propagation effects

News:

  • Registration open!
  • Extended due date for abstract submission for AEWG-60: January 20, 2018!
  • Submission Deadline for Student Award: March 19, 2018
  • Journal of AE, Volume 34 (2017) online now here.
  • Visit us on Facebook

Meeting date: June 19-20, 2018
Program: Technical and business meetings will be held Tuesday and Wednesday, June 19-20, with the AEWG banquet and awards ceremony on Wednesday evening.

Program details will follow soon.
Registration: Registration website open:
http://www.meetabout.org/aewg60/
Student Award
Submission:
Students are encouraged to submit a paper for Student Award Competition consideration.
Venue Information: The Mills House Wyndham Grand Hotel, Charleston, SC
http://www.millshouse.com/
Lodging: A limited number of rooms has been blocked for participants at the meeting hotel The Mills House Wyndham Grand Hotel.  We are pleased to offer a group room rate of $229/night excl. taxes and fees.

The room block expires on Monday, May 21, 2018 at 5:00pm EST.

Please do not delay in making your reservation, as we cannot guarantee room availability after this date or if the blocked hotel rooms have been reserved.

Please follow this booking link.
Parking: The Mills House Wyndham Grand Hotel does not own or operate parking facilities. Current Parking fees per day are as follows but may change without notice:
  • Valet Parking rate currently at $32.00 per day and will be charged to individual guestrooms on a nightly basis.
  • Self-parking is located in the Charleston County Municipal Parking Garage located behind the Hotel. Self-parking is a separate charge paid directly to the garage upon exiting. 
Call For Abstracts: Call for Abstracts Open
Talks describing AE applications in any field, as well as advances in AE fundamentals, sensing, and signal processing, are invited.  In keeping with the working group character of the meeting, discussion of work in process is particularly welcome. As the 60th anniversary of AEWG is approaching, historical or retrospective talks on AE theory, technology, and personalities are particularly welcomed.
  • Please email abstracts to: Tanja van Tooren, e-mail: tanja@cec.sc.edu
  • The language used in this event is English, so please write your paper in English.
  • Please email an abstract for your paper in 100-300 words together with your paper.
  • Please attach the following personal information in the email:
    Author’s name, organization, address, phone number and email address.
  • The author will be notified within one month after submission of the papers.
  • Please submit abstract by January 20, 2018!
Sponsorship
Opportunities:
A variety of opportunities to sponsor this meeting are available.
Please contact Meeting Host Dr. Paul Ziehl, e-mail: ZIEHL@cec.sc.edu
AEWG-60 Host and
Program Chair:
Dr. Paul H. Ziehl
Civil and Environmental Engineering
University of South Carolina College of Engineering and Computing
E: ZIEHL@cec.sc.edu
P: 803-467-4030
W: www.sc.edu or http://www.sc.edu/study/colleges_schools/engineering_and_computing/index.php
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49  years passed since the first meeting of Acoustic Emission Working Group (AEWG) was held in Idaho Falls, on February 8, 1968.
AEWG had its beginning in a discussion between Allen T. Green (then at Aerojet-General Corp., now at Acoustic Technology Group) and Jack Spanner (then at Battelle Northwest). Spanner arranged for a formative meeting of interested parties to be held in Alcoa, TN, on November 2, 1967.
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The 12 people in attendance agreed to hold the first meeting in Idaho Falls in three months. At that time, eight others (T. Theodore Anderson, Thomas F. Drouilliard, Robert B. Engle. Robert G. Liptai, O.K. Mitchell, R. Neal Ord. Ronald E. Ringsmith and Richard K. Steele) joined to become the charter members of the AEWG.

The photo is from the AEWG formative meeting; top, from left Robert Moss. Boeing Scientific Research Lab. (Seattle) -deceased; Dwight Parry, Phillips Petroleum (Idaho Falls); Norm K. Sowards, Same; Harold Dunegan -deceised, Lawrence Radillion Lab. (Livermore); Brad H. Schofield, Teledyne Materials Research. (Waltham); Phil H. Hutton. Battelle Northwest (Richland); Allen Green. Aerojet-General Corp. (Sacramento); Herb N. Pederson. Battelle-Northwest (Richland); bottom, from left; Charles Musser, Boeing Michaud (New Orleans) -deceased; Jack Spanner, Battelle-Northwest (Richland)· Julian Frederick. Univ. of Michigan (Ann Arbor) -deceased; Not in picture, Harvey Balderson. Boeing Commercial Aircraft; deceased.  Baldemm took this picture. Also invited to the meeting, but not attended: C. Hartbower, Aerojet-General. W .R. Sturrock. Boeing. C. Tatto, Lawrence Radiation Lab.
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