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Light Aircraft Design Conference

Light Aircraft Design Conference

 

Tuesday 23 November is the date of this year's Light Aircraft Design Conference at the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS).

The BMAA is excited to be sponsoring the conference and have negotiated a special rate for BMAA members of just 40 + VAT.

 

This year's conference is entitled 'Designing Light Aircraft - More Methods and Tools' and follows last year's very successful, and very well attended, conference on the same theme.

Subjects covered this year include papers on Conceptual Design, Finite Element Analysis, Composite Structures, Design Certification and Aircraft Handling.

Although the conference is aimed at current, and budding, aircraft designers, it will also be of interest to those just curious about what really goes into designing one of our aircraft.

It will also be useful for engineering undergraduates and recent graduates.

 

The conference will be held at the RAeS' very plush HQ in central London.

 
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