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Full-Field Optical Strain Measurement Systems for Materials and Structures Certification

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Full-field optical strain is crucial for composites materials and structures. With the complexity of materials and designs, single-point sensors (strain and clip gages) are no longer relevant. Small urban air mobility (UAM/AAM) companies need to be able to validate their complex composite materials and structures with validated methods to the FAA. The FAA wants to make it easier for these small companies to navigate the certification process in what the FAA Director of Aircraft Certification described as a “New Golden Age of Aerospace.”

In this 60-minute Webinar, you will learn what a full-field optical strain measurement system is and how this technology provides verified full-field measurements.

A Q&A session follows the technical presentation.

Speaker:

John Tyson II, President, Trilion Quality Systems

John Tyson II, PE, is the founder and president of Trilion Quality Systems, a manufacturer and developer of advanced optical measurement systems. He has more than 35 years of experience in the field of laser-based and optical inspection methods of holography, shearography, digital image correlation, and photogrammetry. John holds eight patents in the field, gained in developing test applications for the B2 and space shuttle. He holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and materials science and is a professional engineer. John lectures extensively, has chaired association committees, has written and reviewed peer-reviewed journal articles, and authored the Optical Leaking Testing Method in MIL-STD-883 standard. He is co-founder of the Laser Methods Group of the American Society for Nondestructive Testing and has also worked on ASTM and iDICs committees for furthering standards in the industry.

Moderator:

Amanda Hosey, Editor, SAE Media Group

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