Conference on Structural durability in railway engineering -- 16/17 May, Darmstadt, Germany

April 12, 2006

Brussels, 11 Apr 2006

The fourth Fraunhofer LBF meeting on structural durability in railway engineering will take place on 16 and 17 of May in Darmstadt, Germany.

The conference will cover modern concepts for safety and lightweight design, details of European research project results, numerical simulation of rotating railway components, worldwide unique multiaxial wheel set tests, and multiaxial load sensors for railway wheels.

Speakers will include representatives from the European Commission, the Czech Railway Institute and researchers in the field of railway design.

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