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Lecture on the development of helicopter rotor blades

Tuesday, 19 March, 2013 - 18:30 to 20:30

An evening lecture on 19th March 2013 at the Faraday Lecture Theatre in the Engineering Block of Swansea University. It is presented jointly by the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, The Royal Aeronautical Society and the South Wales Materials Association. This dedicated National Science & Engineering Week Lecture is the third in a series of annual aeronautics based lectures.

The Lecturer is Simon Stacey B.Eng.(Hons), C.Eng., FRAeS, a senior member of the staff of Agusta Westland at Yeovil. Eur.Ing.D.W.Sheehan MBE, C.Eng.

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Free
Categories: 
Engineering, Technology and Transport
Age group: 
All, Children (outside of school), Professionals, Secondary schools, Sixth form students, Specialist groups and University students
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Eur.Ing. Derek
Sheehan MBE, C.Eng.
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