Virtual STEM Chat: Mech. & Material Response under Extreme Aerospace Environments

Tuesday, July 21, 2020 11 a.m. to noon

Air and space vehicles are exposed to some of the most extreme environments with drastically changing temperatures, high loads and particle impact. Structural integrity for applications in propulsion, hypersonics and space can be achieved by first capturing in-situ mechanical response of materials under replicated extreme environments to understand stress and damage mechanisms. The findings from such unique measurements serve to guide the design of new and tailored material systems that can withstand these harsh conditions. Finally, new concepts in incorporating “materials as sensors” have been developed to monitor degradation as extended lifetimes and reusability become increasingly significant to meet evolving and challenging aerospace needs. Join Dr. Seetha Raghavan for this interactive session to discuss the latest in aerospace engineering!

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