ASIDIC 2019 : Aerospace Structural Impact Dynamics International Conference
Call For Papers
The fourth edition of the Aerospace Structural Impact Dynamics International Conference is being held June 4th-6th 2019, at the University Carlos III de Madrid (UC3M) in Madrid, Spain. The conference will once more provide a forum for researchers, regulatory agencies and industry professionals to present and discuss the latest aerospace crashworthiness regulations, structural impact dynamics, computational & experimental techniques, technologies and current research.
The 2019 edition of the ASIDI Conference will be comprised of four technical sessions, two technical workshops, two keynote speaker presentations, and two keynote lectures.
All abstracts submitted for the 2019 edition of the ASIDI Conference must meet the following requirements in order to be considered:
• Criteria for evaluation: All papers will be considered, but you must submit an EXTENDED ABSTRACT consisting of 500-1,000 words, along with the author’s name(s), company/institution, short author bio, and contact details.
• The submission must include sufficient detail to demonstrate to the conference scientific committee the purpose of the paper, the technical foundation for the topics to be discussed, any preliminary results to date, and the expected results of the final paper, including key figures, and references, as appropriate.
THE CONFERENCE PROGRAM WILL COVER THE FOLLOWING TOPICS:
I. Aerospace Crashworthiness
Crashworthiness of Composites and Metallic Aerospace Structures:
i. Structural Design
ii. Experimental and Computational Methods
iii. Ditching/Soil Impact
iv. Accident Reconstruction
Crashworthiness of Aircraft Interiors:
i. Aerospace vATD Developments
ii. Advanced Restraint Systems
iii. Aerospace Seat Modeling Techniques: Computational and Experimental methods
iv. Certification by Analysis Methodology: Seat Structures
v. Seat Design with Composites and Advanced Materials
II. High and Low Velocity Impact
Bird Strike Analysis
Foreign Object Damage
Low Velocity Impact Damage
III. Composite and Metallic Materials-Dynamic Behavior Material Characterization
Experimental and Computational Methods