Celebrated the fourth Training Week of ENHAnCE at TU Delft

The fourth training week of ENHAnCE was fruitfully celebrated at TU Delft University from the 28th of February to the 4th of March 2022, where fatigue quantification methods, design and calculation, training about laboratory experiments and the latest trends for fatigue damage mitigation were exposed.

Visits to the Delft Aerospace Structures and Materials Laboratory (DASML) and the Smart Advanced Manufacturing XL (SAM|XL) were especially enjoyed by the researchers, along with an appealing journey at the Rotterdam’s port.

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