next NASGRO short course at Southwest Research Institute in San Antonio,
Texas, is scheduled for April
This course is intended for engineers and scientists with a background in fracture mechanics wanting to become more familiar with the NASGRO suite of fracture mechanics and fatigue crack growth software. The course is taught using both lectures and hands-on example problems. A tentative course outline is provided below.
Tuition for the three-day course is
Register Early as Space is Limited!
The maximum class size is 21 attendees, based on one student per available training computer. Registration is first come, first served, based on the order that payment is received. We anticipate the course reaching capacity quickly. Your registration in the course is confirmed only after you have paid the tuition in full.
To register for the short course please contact Ms. Alberta “Birdie” Matthews[email@example.com or (210) 522-3076], with your payment information. Registration will be confirmed upon receipt of payment.
Refunds will be provided for registrants unable to attend the course ONLY if written notification is provided to Alberta Matthews no later than 30 days prior to the course. In the unlikely event of insufficient registration, Southwest Research Institute reserves the right to cancel the course no later than 30 days prior to the course.
NASGRO Training at Your Facility:
The SwRI short course team is available to present the NASGRO short course at your site upon request. Costs to present the course at your site depend on course duration, location and facilities; these fees support the actual expenses of staff time, travel, and reproduction of course materials. The content of the course can be tailored to your specific needs. Please contact Joe Cardinal (firstname.lastname@example.org, [(210) 522-3323] to discuss the details of having a NASGRO training course at your facility.
To date, SwRI has conducted onsite NASGRO trainings for the following clients:
Southwest Research Institute® (SwRI®) is an independent, nonprofit, applied engineering and physical sciences research and development organization with 10 technical divisions using multidisciplinary approaches to problem solving. The Institute occupies 1,200 acres and provides more than two million square feet of laboratories, test facilities, workshops, and offices for more than 2,600 employees who perform contract work for industry and government clients.