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    • 06 Jun 2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • SAE-A National Office, Suite 30/3 Westside Avenue, Port Melbourne, 3207 & WEBINAR
    • 18


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    CONTENT:

    The seminar will cover the following:

    • Why we have research papers
    • What makes a good research paper (key content and attributes)
    • How to identify your research method
    • How to ensure that the reader values your paper
    • Dealing with feedback from reviewers

    PRESENTED BY: CLINT STEELE

    Clint decided to become an engineer after reading a hot rod magazine at age 14.

    He completed a bachelor of engineering in mechanical, a master of entrepreneurship and innovation and a PhD. He has worked for Ford Australia, Cram Australia, Davey Water Products and Detekt design in engineering design and development roles. 

    He has worked in academia researching and teaching engineering design methods. He has a keen interest in cooperation between industry and academia so that technical know-how can be shared with and known by all. He is also the editor of the SAE-A technical journal.

    BENEFIT TO ATTENDEES:

    At the end of the session, attendees will feel more confident in expressing their findings in a rigorous manner. This will in turn make them more able to write for publications and conferences in general. 

    This ability and confidence to note findings and communicate them in a professional/academic journal is an aspect of the professional engineer, and attendees will be one step closer to becoming an engineer who is influential within their respective community.

    STYLE OF PRESENTATION:

    The session will start with a basic run down on the characteristics of a good paper.

    The session will then move into a workshop mode to help attendees think about their paper and what they will do to progress it.

    Printed notes on what was covered, which will include references for further reading, will also be provided.

    Webinar option available for those outside VIC.

    BOOK NOW!

     

    • 13 Jun 2017
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • SAE-A National Office, Suite 30/3 Westside Avenue, Port Melbourne, 3207
    • 18


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    CONTENT:

    The course will involve:

    • Problem solving theory
    • Continuous improvement theory
    • 8D steps and the importance of discrete escalation criteria
    • The definition tree, what is analysis, and developing problem solving strategy
    • Definition tools and the logical thinking process
    • The root cause step and validation outcomes
    • Case studies and exercises

    PRESENTED BY: ANDREW GEORGE

    The course is facilitated by an engineer with a long history of working in the field.

    Experience brought to the course includes a track record of solving difficult engineering and product problems, and managing continuous improvement to improve product reliability and quality, as well as the reduction of warranty.

    The facilitator has worked in engineering for more than 25 years, and has been employed in problem solving roles ranging from quality engineer to quality departmental director at OE level.

    The case studies used in the course are actual problems that have been solved, and illustrate the processes and thinking required to work effectively in solving difficult issues.

    All of the course content has been developed through real-world, industry experience, and you will receive this instruction first hand by those who actually developed the process.

    BENEFIT TO ATTENDEES:

    It will provide the basis to take your development in this area to the next level by learning a process and its tools, and how to strategise throughout the process from identification of the issue, definition, implementing an immediate containment, determining the correct cause, developing a solution, and implementing a preventative action to ensure that the risk of the issue reoccurring is eliminated.

    STYLE OF PRESENTATION:

    A presentation will be delivered, outlining the aforementioned theories, and will be followed by an interactive class session with case studies and exercises for participants. 

    A much sought after course so book in fast! 

    • 22 Jun 2017
    • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • CSIRO Lab 22, Research Way, Clayton VIC 3168
    • 16


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    CONTENT:

    The tour will explore:

    • 3D printing technology
    • Printing with metals
    • The cost of 3D printing
    • A 3D printer's most valuable use
    • Opportunities for collaborative projects
    • The difference between 3D printed parts and non-3D printed (physical examples)

    PRESENTED BY: DANIEL EAST

    A research engineer with a background in production process development upscaling lab scale systems to pilot plant and production scale installations. 

    Currently focusing on the area of additive manufacturing and how to transfer this technology to the commercial environment. This involves the collaboration with industrial partners and setting long term research programs with the target of wider application of additive manufacturing. 

    Daniel has extensive experience in Twin roll casting of novel alloy systems such as high freezing range aluminium, Magnesium alloys and Bulk metallic glasses.

    Interest in Non equilbrium metallic systems and there exploitation for desired mechanical and chemical properties. Includeing phase change toughening, bulk metallic glasses and High entropy alloys.

    Specialties: Additvie manufacturing, Technology transfer, Pilot plant design. Non Equlibrium metallic systems. Rapid solidification processing. Twin Roll Casting 

    BENEFIT TO ATTENDEES:

    An understanding of the 3D printing basics, as well as their capability to print metals, and the application of 3D printed metal to the health, sporting, and most importantly, engineering industries.

    STYLE OF PRESENTATION:

    Tour of the facility, explaining the technology behind the different types of metal 3D printers, with the opportunity for questions throughout.

    A rare opportunity to gain insight into groundbreaking technology, limited spots so book now!

     

    • 10 Jul 2017
    • 9:00 AM (UTC+10:00)
    • 14 Jul 2017
    • 5:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • 9 Springbank St, Tullamarine VIC 3043
    • 10


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    CONTENT:

    This 5 day training course is fully catered and includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. It will cover the following:

    DAY ONE   9:30am – 5:00pm

    • Introduction to Collision Reconstruction
    • Inspection of Scene
    • Vehicle Condition & Inspection; Thrust Diagrams
    • Lights & Glass
    • Debris, Tyre Marks & Gouges
    • Friction & Friction Measuring Devices
    • Resultant Drag Factor – Effective Factor

    DAY TWO    9:00am – 5:00pm

    • Measurements & Diagrams, Geodimeter Total
    • Survey Station
    • Photographs
    • Speed from Skid, Yaw, Flips & Vaults
    • Trucks, Articulated Vehicles, Tachographs & Trip Computers

    DAY THREE    9:00am – 5:00pm

    • Pedestrian Collision Reconstruction – Vehicle Speed Estimate Formulae
    • Motorcycle Reconstruction
    • Dynamics, Time, Distance, Acceleration

    DAY FOUR    9:00am – 5:00pm

    • Energy, Damage, Vehicle Stiffness
    • Conservation of Momentum, Rear End, Head On, Intersection Collisions, Examination Review

    DAY FIVE   9:00am – 3:00pm

    • Involves case studies, written examinations
    • This module comprises learning assessments, certificate presentations and course close


    PRESENTED BY: DR. SHANE RICHARDSON

    Dr Shane Richardson has been investigating vehicle collisions (and industrial incidents) since 1996, initially for the Australian Department of Defence (Army) with the Engineering Design Establishment, then as part of his PhD research and finally for Delta-V Experts.

    Shane holds a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, Master of Science in Military Vehicle Technology and a PhD relating to vehicle rollover. He leads a team of seven engineers at Delta-V Experts who investigate vehicle collisions (and industrial incidents) on a daily basis, and has published and presented at national and international conferences.

    Shane has provided expert evidence across Australia in Coroner and all court levels, including Supreme courts, and regularly travels all over the world to provide technical crash and investigation services.

    BENEFIT TO ATTENDEES:

    At the end of the course, successful candidates will be able to:

    • Examine the physical evidence of a collision scene.
    • Identify different types of tyre marks and other markings associated with the collision and determine from which object they came and how they were caused.
    • Prepare an accurate photographic and survey record of all physical evidence and road features relevant to a collision under investigation.
    • Prepare a clear and accurate scale plan of the collision scene, including damage profiles of the vehicles involved.
    • Conduct friction tests and other necessary experiments at a collision scene.
    • Determine directions of travel of vehicles and persons involved in a collision, using physical evidence and the laws of physics.
    • Calculate speeds of vehicles involved in a collision.
    • Have the training to reconstruct a motor vehicle collision and nominate probable contributions of the human, vehicle and environment factors associated with the collision.

    STYLE OF PRESENTATION:

    The course will involve presentation of theory, as well as case study discussion and interactive workshop sessions. 

    A great chance to learn from one of the best in the industry!

     

    • 25 Jul 2017
    • 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • Webinar
    • 22


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    CONTENT:

    The webinar will include the following:

    • Rules tables and templates
    • Where to find cost materials
    • Cost report essentials (including cost tables)
    • Making vs. Buying
    • Add item requests
    • Cost report examples

    PRESENTED BY: MARIO CAPPOLA & NORBERT DRAGE


    Mario has been Cost and Scoring captain for a number of years and his sidekick Norbert has been the cost team member for Curtin in yeras gone by. Together they make up a key part of the cost judging team and will give you all the tips and tricks on how to score maximum points in your cost event.

    BENEFIT TO ATTENDEES:

    Understand how your report should be structured and how to score maximum points in Formula SAE-A. Those not participating in Formula SAE-A will still find some value in this webinar, but all content is specific to the competition.

    STYLE OF PRESENTATION:

    Delivered via a presentation with plenty of time for questions and answers.

    Session will be conducted via webinar, with an invitation link sent on the day of the presentation. 

    • 10 Aug 2017
    • 8:30 AM
    • 11 Aug 2017
    • 4:30 PM
    • SAE-A Office, Unit 30/3 Westside Avenue, Port Melbourne 3207


    Many people will think of Mindfulness as something for those that are mentally fragile or weak, but Formula 1 racing legend Derek Bell is a firm believer in the practice. 

    Bell talks about his ability to focus on any given task with 100% concentration, thinking of nothing but "tire pressure, how much gas was left, and how the car felt going into a turn." 

    Mindfulness practice reduces stress, anxiety and worries by managing how we deal with our thoughts and our emotional reaction to those thoughts, streamlining our working efficiency, for optimal performance.

    Our presenter Phillip Chen has taken this course worldwide, delivering it to high level managers including those from: Excel Indonesia, Tesltra, VACC and Ford Motor Company.

    Mindfulness teaches us how to reduce the distractions from our working environment as well as our constant stream of thoughts, so that we can improve our focus of attention on tasks at hand, thus improving our effectiveness in everything that we do.


    If you'd like some more information on the course, feel free to contact us in the National Office on (03) 9676 9568.

    Presented by: Phillip Chen

    Graduate Diploma of Psychology – Deakin University
    Masters of Counselling - Victoria University
    BSc. In Mechanical Engineering – Southampton University
    MSc. In Automotive Engineering - Southampton University

    Take a look at some testimonials on Phillip's workshops.



    *This is a 2 day training course*


    • 15 Aug 2017
    • 5:45 PM - 9:00 PM (UTC+08:00)
    • TBD
    • 21


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    CONTENT:

    Seminar content includes:

    • Light vehicle modifications (engines, wheels, suspension, etc.)
    • Building  your  own  trailer.
    • Electric  vehicle  conversions.
    • 4WD mods.
    • Individually constructed vehicles (ICV).
    • Brakes, transmissions, engines and much more.

    PRESENTED BY: MIKE UPTON & ROD STYLE

    Mike Upton - Approved WA Department of Transport Engineering Signatory with over 45 years automotive industry experience.

    Rod Style MSAE - Automotive Engineering Consultant since 1999 for Light and Heavy Vehicles and CAMS Scrutineer since 1968 with over 50 years of testing engineering principles in the automotive industry. 

    BENEFIT TO ATTENDEES:

    Gain an understanding of the procedure you need to follow when modifying your vehicle. Don't finish your modifications then try to get your vehicle signed off, always contact an engineer first. This and many other tips will be exposed during the seminar.

    Leave the seminar with knowledge of how to take the next step with your project.

    STYLE OF PRESENTATION:

    Presentations will be delivered with plenty of opportunity for questions about your specific projects.

    5:45pm - 6:00pm: Tea, coffee, registration and networking.
    6:00pm - 7:00pm: Presentation.
    7:00pm - 7:30pm: Food served.
    7:30pm - 8:30pm: Presentation.
    8:30pm - 9:00pm: Opportunity for questions.

    One of the Society's most popular seminars, so make sure you get in before spots fill up!

     

    • 22 Aug 2017
    • 5:45 PM - 9:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • TBD
    • 15


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    CONTENT:

    Seminar content includes:

    • Light vehicle modifications (engines, wheels, suspension, etc.)
    • Building  your  own  trailer.
    • Electric  vehicle  conversions.
    • 4WD mods.
    • Individually constructed vehicles (ICV).
    • Brakes, transmissions, engines and much more.

    PRESENTED BY: DAVID BLYTHE & JEFF BARKER

    David Blythe - Former Holden OEM test and development engineer, DB Autotech light and heavy vehicle compliance Chartered Professional Engineer with 20 years industry experience.

    Jeff Barker - Approved Person with Queensland Transport and Main Roads, Chartered Engineering Associate. 

    BENEFIT TO ATTENDEES:

    Gain an understanding of the procedure you need to follow when modifying your vehicle. Don't finish your modifications then try to get your vehicle signed off, always contact an engineer first. This and many other tips will be exposed during the seminar.

    Leave the seminar with knowledge of how to take the next step with your project.

    STYLE OF PRESENTATION:

    Presentations will be delivered with plenty of opportunity for questions about your specific projects.

    5:45pm - 6:00pm: Tea, coffee, registration and networking.
    6:00pm - 7:00pm: Presentation.
    7:00pm - 7:30pm: Food served.
    7:30pm - 8:30pm: Presentation.
    8:30pm - 9:00pm: Opportunity for questions.

    One of the Society's most popular seminars, so make sure you get in before spots fill up!

     

    • 06 Sep 2017
    • 5:45 PM - 9:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • SAE-A National Office, Suite 30/3 Westside Avenue, Port Melbourne, 3207
    • 23


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    CONTENT:

    Seminar content includes:

    • The importance of contractual process through work orders and customer conversation
    • In depth analysis of case studies involving customer claims and product reliability investigations
    • Detailed process information on investigation and reporting
    • Understanding the legal process for claims that may be brought against a workshop

    PRESENTED BY: PHIL DUNN 

    Phil started working as a mechanic in the 1960s, run and owned his own automotive workshop, completed an engineering course and graduated as a professional engineer, and has worked in this area of automotive engineering both as a consultant and for Holden over this 35 year period. There are few better experts in Australia that could facilitate this course.

    BENEFIT TO ATTENDEES:

    Civil court action is proceeding against a large number of businesses in the service and repair industry and these actions are occurring right now.

    However, the SAE-A is able to provide a brief introduction to the processes involved in minimising or eliminating the risk of these actions being bought against service and repair businesses. The seminar will involve the importance of work orders and customer contracts, an in depth analysis of case studies that the seminar facilitator has been involved with, and an understanding of the legal sequence of events involved with such cases.

    STYLE OF PRESENTATION:

    Presentations will be delivered with plenty of opportunity for questions about specific situations you may find yourself in, as well as analyses of case studies.

    5:45pm - 6:00pm: Tea, coffee, registration and networking.
    6:00pm - 7:00pm: Presentation.
    7:00pm - 7:30pm: Food served.
    7:30pm - 8:30pm: Presentation.
    8:30pm - 9:00pm: Opportunity for questions.

    A must attend event for anyone in the automotive repair and service industry!

     

    • 11 Sep 2017
    • 9:00 AM (UTC+10:00)
    • 15 Sep 2017
    • 5:00 PM (UTC+10:00)
    • 9 Springbank St, Tullamarine VIC 3043
    • 14


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    CONTENT:

    The natural progression for attendees who completed part one of the course, part two is an advanced look at Crash Investigation and Reconstruction.

    This 5 day training course is fully catered and includes morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea. It will cover the following:

    DAY ONE   9:30am – 5:00pm

    • Crush Analysis
    • Background
    • Equations

    DAY TWO    9:00am – 5:00pm

    • Crush Analysis
    • Crush Measurement Methods
    • Examples
    • Motorcycles: Advances in Yaw Analysis
    • Review of latest state of knowledge in collision reconstruction

    DAYS THREE & FOUR    9:00am – 5:00pm

    • PC-Crash (Simulation)
    • Car v Car
    • Car v Truck
    • Car v Pedestrian
    • Car Rollover

    DAY FIVE   9:00am – 5:00pm

    • The use and application of Event Data Recorders in traffic crash reconstruction
    • Participant provided cases - Participants are asked to provide up to two examples of crashes (in outline) for class analysis and discussion

    PRESENTED BY: DR. SHANE RICHARDSON

    Dr Shane Richardson has been investigating vehicle collisions (and industrial incidents) since 1996, initially for the Australian Department of Defence (Army) with the Engineering Design Establishment, then as part of his PhD research and finally for Delta-V Experts.

    Shane holds a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering, Master of Science in Military Vehicle Technology and a PhD relating to vehicle rollover. He leads a team of seven engineers at Delta-V Experts who investigate vehicle collisions (and industrial incidents) on a daily basis, and has published and presented at national and international conferences.

    Shane has provided expert evidence across Australia in Coroner and all court levels, including Supreme courts, and regularly travels all over the world to provide technical crash and investigation services.

    BENEFIT TO ATTENDEES:

    At the end of the course, successful candidates will be able to:

    • Conduct a crush analysis to estimate a vehicle's impact speed.
    • Create simulations of vehicle and other collisions using PC-Crash illustrate software to better analyse vehicle collisions.
    • Particular emphasis is given to detailed examination of participants own provided examples of crash scenarios.
    • Be up to date with the latest state of knowledge in collision reconstruction (latest publications).
    • Be aware of the most recent advances in Yaw analysis, as applied to Motorcycle crashes.

    STYLE OF PRESENTATION:

    The course will involve presentation of theory, as well as case study discussion and interactive workshop sessions. 

    A natural progression from the introductory course.

     

    • 06 Oct 2017
    • 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
    • 4/45 Salisbury Road ASQUITH NSW 2077


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    CONTENT:

    The conference will cover the following;

    • Solutions for getting in and out of the vehicle in all mobility scenarios
    • Solutions for being both a passenger and driver in the vehicle for all mobility scenarios
    • Solutions scenario case studies with real life examples
    • Insight into how these modifications are carried out and dealt with internationally
    • What the testing process is for these solutions and the testing required by law
    • The relevant Australian standards and international standards that would apply to such solutions
    • Vehicle safety for all the above solutions

    PRESENTED BY:

    The conference will be broken up into smaller group sessions throughout the day, all attendees will have the opportunity to attend every session. Each session will be presented by a representative from one of our international suppliers.

    There will be presentations by representatives from the following organisations;

    • Autoadapt – Sweden
    • Bruno Independent Living Aids – USA
    • Kivi Mobility Freedom – Italy
    • Autolift – Italy
    • Tripod Mobility – The Netherlands
    • Fat Dual Controls – The Netherlands
    • Ali Akbarian from Mobility Engineering
    • Amin Akbarian from Mobility Engineering
    • Guest speakers to be announced

    BENEFIT TO ATTENDEES:

    We hold this conference in the hope to bring together all of the industry partners and leaders, to develop open communication channels between all stakeholders and to keep the industry continuously updated about vehicle mobility solutions. This is an opportunity to get an insight into our vehicle conversion facility, engage with our staff and leading international suppliers to talk about exciting new trends and products from overseas.

    This conference is an opportunity for all stakeholders of the mobility industry to learn and be aware of the solutions available for the above content outlined and to make sure everyone is travelling in the safest way possible.

    This event is open to all industry professionals who have an interest in mobility solutions including; Occupational Therapists, Government representatives, key decision makers, policy makers, suppliers and installers etc.

    STYLE OF PRESENTATION:

    The conference will start with an introduction to Mobility Engineering and our place in the industry. The conference will then move into workshop group sessions where there will be a presentation on the solutions available from that organisation as well as case studies and interactive activities.



    • 07 Dec 2017
    • 7:00 AM
    • 10 Dec 2017
    • 6:00 PM
    • Calder Park Raceway, Calder Park 3037, Victoria, Australia



    REGISTRATION & PAYMENT PERIOD OPEN

    AUS/NZ TEAM PAYMENT PERIOD CLOSES: 21 JULY 2017

    INTERNATIONAL TEAM PAYMENT PERIOD CLOSES: 1 SEPTEMBER 2017

    Another year of exciting global student motorsport makes its way around the world and lands in Melbourne again this December, for the premier event in the Australasian Region, Formula SAE-A 2017.

    To qualify, you must be representing a University or TAFE, and have a team made up of students from that Institution.

    By registering you are not committing to making any payment, so feel free to register your team, and indicate the likelihood of your team attending in the form.

    In order to participate in the competition, you must make payment prior to your team's relevant payment period closure.

    For any enquiries, please contact SAE-A on (03) 9676 9568 or email greg@sae-a.com.au

    For more information download the 2017 Formula SAE-A Registration Information Package

Past Events

15 May 2017 Modifying a Light Vehicle or Motorcycle (NSW)
04 May 2017 90th Anniversary Dinner
04 May 2017 SAE-A Annual General Meeting
27 Apr 2017 Modifying a Light Vehicle or Motorcycle (VIC)
19 Apr 2017 Facility Tour - Carbon Revolution
07 Apr 2017 Failure Analysis and Liability for Automotive Repair and Service
03 Apr 2017 Facility Tour - Volvo Truck Production (QLD)
27 Feb 2017 Aerodynamics of a Vehicle - Presented by F1 Aerodynamicist Willem Toet
13 Feb 2017 Project Management Fundamentals - Part 2
30 Jan 2017 Project Management Fundamentals - Part 1
08 Dec 2016 Formula SAE-A 2016 Competition
17 Nov 2016 Mobility Engineering Excellence Awards 2016 (MEEA) Nomination Entry or Gala Awards Ticket
02 Nov 2016 EDI Rail/Bombardier Transportation Facility Tour (WA)
12 Oct 2016 Modifying a Light Vehicle or Motorcycle (QLD)
05 Oct 2016 VTE Workshop Series #5 - Body Engineering 2/2
28 Sep 2016 Modifying a Light Vehicle or Motorcycle (WA)
26 Sep 2016 Technical Crash Investigation & Reconstruction - Advanced Course
16 Sep 2016 Mindfulness for Workplace & Personal Wellness and Improved Resilience and Effectiveness
07 Sep 2016 APV Occupant Protection Standards & Crash Test Facility Tour
06 Sep 2016 Modifying a Light Vehicle or Motorcycle (NSW)
27 Jul 2016 New Autogas Vehicle Forum
26 Jul 2016 Modifying a Light Vehicle or Motorcycle (VIC)
19 Jul 2016 SSS 7 - Automotive Chassis & Suspension Design
14 Jul 2016 SSS 6 - Vehicle Aerodynamics
12 Jul 2016 SSS 5 - Cost Reporting
07 Jul 2016 SAE-A Student Seminar Series - Powertrain
05 Jul 2016 SAE-A Student Seminar Series - Electric Vehicles
23 Jun 2016 Mindfulness for Stress Reduction and Improved Professional Effectiveness
12 May 2016 SAE-A Student Seminar Series - Engine Development
12 May 2016 Jetstar Aviation Maintenance Tour
05 May 2016 SAE-A Networking Dinner
05 May 2016 SAE-A 70th Annual General Meeting
26 Apr 2016 SAE-A Student Seminar Series - Program Management & Business Case Development
22 Apr 2016 The Turner Foundation Guided Tour
22 Feb 2016 Modifying a Light Vehicle or Motorcycle (VIC)
10 Dec 2015 Jayco Australia Manufacturing Facility Tour
26 Oct 2015 Modifying a Light Vehicle or Motorcycle in Victoria (Eastern Suburbs)
15 Oct 2015 Modifying a Light Vehicle or Motorcycle in Victoria (Western Suburbs)
03 Sep 2015 SAE-A Student Seminar Series - Business Presentation
27 Aug 2015 Fasteners and the Bolted Joint
16 Jul 2015 SAE-A Student Seminar Series - Automotive Dynamics
14 Jul 2015 Modifying a Light Vehicle or Motorcycle in Victoria (Eastern Suburbs)
13 Jul 2015 SAE-A Student Seminar Series - Powertrain
09 Jul 2015 SAE-A Student Seminar Series - Vehicle Aerodynamics
06 Jul 2015 SAE-A Student Seminar Series - Vehicle Electrical Systems
02 Jul 2015 SAE-A Student Seminar Series - Cost Seminar
29 Jun 2015 SAE-A Student Seminar Series - Automotive Chassis Design-Space Frame Engineering Fundamentals
25 Jun 2015 Formula SAE-A 2015 Team Registration
07 May 2015 SAE-A 69th AGM & Networking Dinner
22 Apr 2015 Modifying a Light Vehicle or Motorcycle in Victoria (Northern Suburbs)
19 Apr 2015 B-24 Restoration Hangar Tour
17 Apr 2015 Recognising Automotive Engineering Talent
01 Apr 2015 Young Engineers: Meet the Chief Engineer of RUAG Australia; Rob Green
05 Feb 2015 Vehicle Technology Engineer Workshop Series #3 - ALTERNATIVE FUELS & ELECTRIC VEHICLES


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