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WCFA workshop on Design and Fatigue of Weldments

This is the second announcement about the upcoming Workshop on Computational Fatigue Analysis 2017, this year dedicated to Design and Fatigue of Weldments (WCFA2017-DFW - http://www.pragtic.com/DFW.php). The workshop is held in Prague, Czech Republic in November 13-16, 2017. The key lecturer, who guides the audience through various issues of the fatigue analysis in welds, is Dr Zuheir Barsoum from KTH - Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden.

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WCFA workshop on Design and Fatigue of Weldments

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This is the second announcement about the upcoming Workshop on Computational Fatigue Analysis 2017, this year dedicated to Design and Fatigue of Weldments (WCFA2017-DFW - http://www.pragtic.com/DFW.php). The workshop is held in Prague, Czech Republic in November 13-16, 2017. The key lecturer, who guides the audience through various issues of the fatigue analysis in welds, is Dr Zuheir Barsoum from KTH - Royal Institute of Technology in Sweden.

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Workshop on Computational Fatigue Analysis 2013 & 5th PragTic Users' Meeting

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Dear iMechanicians,

I would like to invite you to the Workshop on Computational Fatigue Analysis 2013 and 5th PragTic Users Meeting held in Hotel Rytirsko in October 21-23, 2013. The workshop is located in the central part of the Czech Republic, less than 1 km away from the D1 highway. It consists of a series of educative lectures presented by invited speakers. The preliminary information on the lectures as well as other details can be found at the conference website http://www.pragtic.com/UM.php (in the right bottom part of the PragTic website www.pragtic.com).
Thank you for considering your participation.

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Postdoc position on multiaxial fatigue

A post-doc position is available at the VSB - Technical University Ostrava, Czech Republic on multiaxial fatigue. Because VSB-TUO is joint in our FADOFF project on validating multiaxial criteria (www.fadoff.cz) and development of PragTic fatigue solver (www.pragtic.com), I expect a close cooperation with the successful applicant. The deadline for an electronic application is nevertheless very close - next Monday August 20, 2012. See the brief version (http://www.pragtic.com/docu/Postdocs_VSB_brief.pdf) and full version (http://www.pragtic.com/docu/Postdocs_VSB.pdf) of the call - the position on multiaxial fatigue is K4.

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