What is residual stress? That’s a very common question when you work at Hill Engineering. Many of our customers, friends, colleagues, and family members like to ask us questions about residual stress including: What is residual stress? How do you measure it? How does residual stress affect material performance? If you have questions about these topics, you’ve come to the right place. At Hill Engineering we love to talk about our work and we have a lot to share about residual stress. Continue reading What is Residual Stress?
Month: May 2017
Come see us at PS&S 2017
Hill Engineering will be presenting at the upcoming Propulsion Safety & Sustainment Conference (PS&S) in Phoenix, AZ on May 22nd through May 25th. We invite you to come see us. We will be sharing some recent work about experimental validation of process models for nickel engine disk design. Hill Engineering’s presentation will include a summary of residual stress measurements used to calibrate and validate process models for nickel engine disk applications. The abstract text is presented below. Continue reading Come see us at PS&S 2017
Aircraft Airworthiness & Sustainment 2017
Hill Engineering is presenting about residual stress engineering to support fleet management and life extensions of legacy fleets at the upcoming 2017 Aircraft Airworthiness & Sustainment Conference (AA&S) in Phoenix, AZ. The mission of this conference is to identify the challenges and the collaborative work being done within the aerospace community in improving the safety, airworthiness, availability and cost effectiveness of both our military and commercial aircraft fleets. Hill Engineering’s presentation will include a summary of recent work in airframe structures, demonstrating the use of residual stress engineering tools to support design and sustainment. The abstract text is presented below. Continue reading Aircraft Airworthiness & Sustainment 2017