Meeting Details

The 2017 JAMS Technical Review will be held Tuesday March 21 at the University Guest House & Conference Center in Salt Lake City, UT. It will be held in conjunction with the CMH-17 PMC Coordination Meeting and ASTM D-30

This is the 13th annual technical peer review of the research progress for JAMS, which is co-led by the Center of Excellence for Composites and Advanced Materials (CECAM) at Wichita State University and the Advanced Materials in Transport Aircraft Structures Center of Excellence (AMTAS) at the University of Washington. This review allows JAMS and the FAA to focus their research efforts appropriately to the needs of the aviation industry. The meeting is hosted by CECAM.

Tuesday, March 21
8 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
See the Agenda 

Douglas Ballroom
University Guest House & Conference Center
110 S. Fort Douglas Blvd, Bldg. 801
Salt Lake City, UT

Registration is required, but there is no charge to attend the JAMS Technical Review on Tuesday March 21. Register at

JAMS attendees are also encouraged to attend the CMH-17 PMC Coordination Meetings on March 22 and 23. The cost to attend is $225. For more information visit

University Guest House
Room Block Name: CMH-17
Reservation Deadline: Friday, Feb. 17 

Hotel reservations are available by phone only. 

Visitors Info: Visit Salt Lake 801.534.4900


 8:00 am

Impact Damage Formation on Composite Aircraft Structures

Non-destructive Evaluation Methods for Detecting Major Damage in Internal Composite
Hyonny Kim– University of California San Diego

 8:30 am

 Damage Tolerance Testing and Analysis Protocols for Full-Scale           
Waruna Seneviratne – Wichita State University
 9:00 am

Delamination/Disbond Arrest Features in Aircraft Composite Structures
Luke Richard – University of Washington
 9:30 am

 Failure of Notched Laminates Under Out-of-Plane Bending     
John Parmigiani – Oregon State University
 10:00 am

 Fracture Mechanics Test Methods for Sandwich Composites    
Dan Adams, University of Utah
 10:30 am BREAK
 10:45 am

Effects of Moisture Diffusion in Sandwich Composite Structures           
Mark Tuttle, University of Washington
11:15 am
Crashworthiness Testing & Simulation FY17 - Composites & Metallic Biz Jet Sec.          
Gerardo Olivares – Wichita State University
 11:45 am

Development of a Building Block Approach for Crashworthiness           
Dan Adams, University of Utah
 12:15 pm LUNCH (provided onsite)
 1:00 pm

Improving Adhesive Bonding of Composite through Surface Characterization
Brian Flinn – University of Washington
 1:30 pm Durability of Adhesively Bonded Joint for Aircraft Structures  
Dan Adams – University of Utah
 2:00 pm

Durability of Bonded Aerospace Structure         
Lloyd Smith – Washington State University
 2:30 pm

Effect of Surface Contamination on Composite Bond Integrity 
Dwayne McDaniel – Florida International University
 3:00 pm

Inspection and Teardown of Aged In-service Bonded Repairs  
Waruna Seneviratne – Wichita State University
 3:30 pm BREAK
 3:45 pm

Environmental Factor Influence on Composite Design and Certification           
Waruna Seneviratne – Wichita State University
 4:15 pm

Certification of Discontinuous Composite Material Forms for Aircraft Structures
Mark Tuttle, JK Yang and Marco Salviato, University of Washington
 4:45 pm

Adhesive Qualification Guidance for Aircraft Design and Certification 
Waruna Seneviratne – Wichita State University
Polymer-Based Additive Manufacturing (PBAM) Guidance for Aircraft              
Paul Jonas, Rachael Andrulonis – Wichita State University
Advanced Fiber Reinforced Polymer Composite Materials Guidance    
Rachael Andrulonis – Wichita State University
Composites Repair Materials Guidance for Aircraft Maintainability     
Rachael Andrulonis, Royal Lovingfoss, Lamia Salah – Wichita State University
Ceramic Matrix Composite (CMC) Materials Guidance for Aircraft       
Rachael Andrulonis, Matthew Opliger – Wichita State University