The Society of Allied Weight Engineers (SAWE) goals are to promote mass properties engineering as a specialized discipline and to provide a means for those interested in mass properties engineering to work together to further their professional goals. Since its inception in 1939, the SAWE has grown to include 22 chapters located in the United States, Brazil, Canada, Central Europe, India, and the United Kingdom and has members from over 22 countries. The Society promotes technical interchange between its members through international and regional conferences, the Weight Engineering Journal, specialized training, technical papers and a growing number of professional publications.

76th International Conference on Mass Properties Engineering

We are running very short of cover photographs for the cover of Weight Engineering, the Journal of the SAWE.

We have used aircraft photos on the last three issues and need to have some variety, i.e., ships, rockets, satellites, ground vehicles, etc.

Each photo should be accompanied by a short (one paragraph) write-up to go on the Table of Contents page. If you wish, a longer article on the subject of the photograph can be sent to be used in the Journal.

We will consider all contributions. Thanks for your help.

 

Robert W. Ridenour
SAWE
International Vice President/Publications

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December 19, 2016

SAWE Awards

Nominations for Honorary Fellow, Fellow, Richard Boynton Lifetime Achievement Award, and Ed Payne Award (for Outstanding Young Engineer) are due March 1st, 2017. Chapter Directors are responsible to canvas their chapter membership for members worthy of these awards and to submit candidates to the International Awards Committee. These prestigious awards designate an elite group of contributors to the SAWE and the field of mass properties engineering. Please review the information below and the attached nomination forms as guidance. You may also refer to the SAWE Bylaws and Operations Manual. 

 

WEIGHT ENGINEERING
SAWE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF WEIGHT ENGINEERING

Volume 76 - Fall 2016 - No. 1

2016 Winter Journal

TABLE OF CONTENTS

75rd INTERNATIONAL SAWE CONFERENCE
 
Training Classes
Special Events
Conference Opening Speaker
Technical Tracks
Standards/Practices Workshops
Exhibitors and Sponsors
From the Host’s Point of View
Honors and Awards
Conference Registrants and Guests
Minutes of BOD Meeting
 
L.R. “MIKE” HACKNEY AWARD WINNING PAPER
 
Development of a Conceptual Flight Vehicle Design Weight Estimation Method Library
by Andy Walker
 
OTHER
 
In Memoriam - Robert Chitwood
In Memoriam - Anne Ljone
President's Message
Thank You Note
Good Leaders Ask Dumb Questions by Walt Grassl
SAWE Corporate Partners
Index of Advertisers
Chapter Reports
 

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76th Annual International Conference on Mass Properties Engineering

May 20-25, 2017

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Hotel Omni Mont-Royal
 

The Society of Allied Weight Engineers (SAWE) provides opportunities to connect with engineers and industry professionals from large and small companies from around the world. SAWE conferences and technical publications support a wide range of industries including aerospace, defense, government, marine, automotive, airline and other related industries. The SAWE is focused on:

  • Providing a means for those interested in mass properties engineering to work together to further their professional goals.
  • Promoting recognition of mass properties engineering as a specialized discipline in the entire spectrum of professional engineering.
  • Serving as a medium for the exchange of current mass properties related techniques and state of the art improvements in the profession.
  • Promoting the design and manufacture of optimum weight equipment, development of new materials, and improvements in the state of the art.
  • Encouraging members to promote continuous improvement in the interrelations between mass properties engineers for mutual benefit.
  • Publicly recognizing any person or organization that significantly enhances the professionalism of the Society or develops new technology that improves the state of the art of mass properties engineering efficiencies.
  • Promoting the inclusion of mass properties engineering in the curriculum of study in institutions of higher learning.
  • Providing training for those working in the field of Mass Properties.