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News & Events

TLG Aerospace to attend Fall 2018 Aerospace Flutter and Dynamics Council Meeting

Robert Lind, TLG Director of Engineering and FAA Flutter DER, will be attending the Fall 2018 Aerospace Flutter and Dynamics Council Meeting. The meeting will be held October 4-5th in St Louis, MO.  The Aerospace Flutter and Dynamics Council is an organization provides a forum through its bi-annual meetings for professionals working in Flutter and Dynamics positions to meet and discuss current technical challenges, evaluate the state-of-the-art technologies and practices, review and discuss current and planned research, and to anticipate future design problems and discuss research programs.  TLG remains committed to furthering the advancement of the aerospace industry and looks forward to supporting this and future events.

Please feel free to contact Robert Lind at, or access our website ( to explore how TLG Aerospace’s capabilities and experience in Flutter and Dynamics engineering can be an asset for your project.

TLG Aerospace will be attending NewSpace Conference – June 26-27, 2018 at the Hyatt Regency Lake Washington, Seattle WA

We look forward to discussing how TLG can help the New Space Community with advanced aerodynamics, structural design and analysis, and critical engineering capacity. Based in the top ranked aerospace region in Seattle, Washington, TLG is a dedicated group of engineers applying experience and lessons learned from aviation to this New Brand of Space Pioneers. We represent an opportunity to apply Washington State’s Virtual OEM Resource to the Commercial Space Venture Industry.

Our unique qualifications and expertise include Aerodynamics, Aeroelastic Flutter Analysis, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD), Reaction Control Systems Analysis, Safety Review Boards, Stability and Control Analysis, Static, Dynamic and Fatigue Loads, Structural Design and Analysis, Testing Services, Thermal Analysis, and Vibration Analysis.

To schedule meetings, please email Steve Nelson, Director of Program Management at , or call 206-229-4937