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American Society for Testing and Materials, ASTM International Committee E17 on Vehicle-Pavement Systems meeting, JW Marriott, Indianapolis, IN, Dan Smith (610) 832-9727; www.astm.
American Society for Testing and Materials, International Training Course on "Rubber testing: Selecting, performing and interpreting ASTM rubber test methods," University of Akron, OH, Eileen Finn (610) 832-9686--September 27-28.
The American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) will hold a course titled, "Rubber testing: Selecting, performing and interpreting ASTM rubber test methods," February 2-3 at the University of Akron's Polymer Training Center in Akron, OH.
American Society for Testing and Materials, Committee E12 on Color and Appearance meeting, Embassy Suites Hotel, Ft.
American Society for Testing and Materials, Committee Dl1 on Rubber meeting, Hyatt Regency, Dallas, TX, Tim Brooke (610) 832-9729--December 4-8.
"Rubber testing: Selecting, performing and interpreting ASTM rubber test methods," is the title of a technical and professional training course sponsored by ASTM International (American Society for Testing and Materials).
American Society for Testing and Materials, Committee F09 on Tires meeting, Bridgestone/Firestone, Nashville, TN, Dan Smith (610) 832-9727--November 14-16.
American Society for Testing and Materials, Committee D14 on Adhesives meeting, Hyatt Regency, Dallas, TX, Joe Hugo (610) 832-9740--October 16-18.
Liotta, a consultant based in Charlotte, NC, was honored with the American Society for Testing and Materials International Committee D11 Distinguished Service Award for serving Committee D11 for more than 35 years in development and maintenance of international standards for the rubber industry.
American Society for Testing and Materials, Committee E37 on Thermal Management meeting, Sheraton Universal Hotel, Los Angeles, CA, Tom O'Toole (610) 832-9739--September 22.
A questionnaire sent to members of American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) International Committee D30 on Composite Materials proved to be the catalyst for a pair of newly approved standards, D 7136, "Test method measuring the damage resistance of a fiber-reinforced polymer matrix composite to a drop-weight impact event," and D 7137, "Test method for compressive residual strength properties of damaged polymer matrix composite plates." Both new standards are under the jurisdiction of Subcommittee D30-05 on Structural Test Methods.
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