This year’s AFGROW User Workshop will be hosted at the Weber State University Center in Clearfield, UT on September 11-12, 2018. The first annual BAMF workshop will take place at the end of the workshop in the afternoon on September 12th. The BAMF workshop will include presentations on the current work being accomplished by BAMF, recent updates, and a discussion about future plans. If you would like to participate in either the AFGROW or BAMF workshop please register for the meeting at the link above.
The BAMF software, developed by the USAF (A-10/T-38), has evolved over the past eight years to take on unique and challenging fatigue crack growth analysis problems. Recent technological advancements include: complex geometries/crack scenarios, multi-point multi-crack analysis, and inclusion of residual stresses. Hill Engineering plans to continue to update and maintain the software and support customer needs. We released an updated version of the software earlier this year.
Please contact us for more information.