Kendal and District Engineering Society
To inform, educate and entertain
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Our Schedule for the year ahead

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For information contact the Secretary - David Stocks

david.stocks6@mypostoffice.co.uk

tel. 01524 298313


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Wednesday 20 Sept. 2017

Driverless Vehicles/Trucks

Ian Pengelly

Thursday 5 October

Large Scale Fire, Explosion and Blast Research and Testing

Gary Tomlin

(DNV GL Spadedam)

Wednesday 18 October

Undersea optical cables - The technology that powers the Internet

Nigel Linge

(University of Salford)

Thursday 2 November

(Joint with IET)

Very Light Rail: reducing the cost and weight of a railcar

Nick Mallinson

(Warwick University)

Wednesday 15 November

Approaching Absolute Zero: The What, The How and The Why

Ian Bradley

(Lancaster University)

Thursday 30 November

3D Printing

Jonathon Howard

(University of Cumbria)

Wednesday 13 December

(Visitors’ Evening).

Kendal Castle: An Engineering View

Tom Clare

(Kendal Civic Society)

Wednesday 10th January

Kendal and Kent Catchment Flood Relief

Simon Johnson

(Environmental Agency)

Thursday 25th January

William Fairburn - The experimental 19th century engineer.

Richard Byrom

Thursday  8th February

Small nuclear power reactors

Andrew Mayall

Environment Agency

Wednesday 21st February

Maxillofacial prosthetics and Technology

Paul Mallett

(Lancaster Hospital)

Thursday  1st March

(Joint with IET)

Backup Battery storage facility

Chris Read

 (Centrica)

Thursday  15th March

(Joint with ICE)

Cleaning up the Thames - The Thames Tideway Tunnel

Ian Aikman

(Member)

Wednesday 28th March

History of Mining in West Cumbria

Bill Myers

Wednesday 11th April

Cyber Security: Keeping safe on the Internet

Richard Wood

(Barclays Digital Eagles)

Thursday  26th April

 (Joint with IET)

Britain's Most Powerful Steam Locomotive ‘The Prince of Wales’

David Elliott

Director of Engineering

(P2 Steam Locomotive  Co)

Wednesday 9th May

 

7.15pm Space Update

(Preceded by AGM at 6.30pm)

 

Stuart Atkinson

(Eddington Astronomical Society)