08 August 2001
08 August 2001
The Composite Education Association invites you to submit a technical paper pertaining to marine composites for presentation at the MACM 2002 Conference, the Ninth International Conference on Marine Applications of Composite Materials, March 19-21, 2002 in Melbourne, Florida USA.
Technical issues and topics are: Materials - In Service Performance - Design - Commercial Applications - Testing - Military Applications - Quality Control - Technology Transfer - Fabrication - Environmental Compliance - Manufacturing Technology - Process Development - Fire Performance of Composite Materials.
Abstracts are requested by September 10, 2001. Abstracts should be no more than 200 words in length and should be submitted in English. Accepted abstracts will be announced by the end of September 2001. Draft manuscripts will be due November 30, 2001 and final manuscripts will be due January 16, 2002. All manuscripts will be published in the MACM 2002 Conference Proceedings.
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