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  • Transport and Security Expo 2014


    Experts from Frazer-Nash's security and resilience business are set to exhibit at this year's Transport and Security Expo. With over 3000 attendees, the event is held at London 's Olympia on the 2-3 December. The event brings together leaders in...

  • Frazer-Nash adds value through multiple electrical systems modelling projects


    Frazer-Nash is working with the MoD to investigate, develop, and de-risk upgraded and new electrical architectures for the current and next generation of surface ships. The work involves the development of electrical system modelling requirement...

  • Cyber Security Summit 2014


    Frazer-Nash will be exhibiting at Cyber Security Summit 2014 taking place in London on 20 November 2014. Held at the QEII Conference Centre in Westminster,  the summit will bring together over 350 cyber security experts, senior offici...

  • Manage, Repair or Replace? An asset integrity webinar for the oil and gas sector


    With unit development costs rising and production efficiency falling across mature offshore regions such as the North Sea, there has never been a greater drive to do more with less. In practice this means running closer to design limits and see...

  • Frazer-Nash delivers insight into ship air integration for Navy Command Headquarters


    Frazer-Nash has completed a six-month study into current practice for determining safe conditions for ship air integration (SAI) for the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl), on behalf of Navy Command Headquarters. A systems enginee...

  • Resilience Conference 2014


    Frazer-Nash will be exhibiting and presenting at Resilience Conference 2014 taking place in London on 13-14 November 2014. Held at the Royal United Services Institute in Westminster the two day conference aims to identify the underlying issues ...

  • Graduate opportunities with Frazer-Nash


    Frazer-Nash Consultancy has recently grown to over 600 employees and we anticipate our business to continue to grow in the future. As a result of our success, we will be attending a number of university career events during October and November....

  • Low Carbon Networks and Innovation Conference (Aberdeen)


    Frazer-Nash will  be exhibiting at the 4th Low Carbon Networks & Innovation Conference taking place in Aberdeen on the 20-22 October. Held at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC), the LCNI conference is the la...

  • Frazer-Nash appointed to design new supports for Bradwell gas ducts


    Leading engineering consultancy Frazer-Nash has been appointed by Magnox to perform concept and detailed design of new structural steel supports for the reactor gas ducts at Bradwell nuclear power station. The work involves applying advanced me...

  • Frazer-Nash attends Deep Offshore Technology 2014, Aberdeen


    Specialists from Frazer-Nash's oil and gas business are at the Deep Offshore Technology International Conference at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre this week. Held at the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre (AECC), Deep Off...

  • Western Aerospace lecture


    Frazer-Nash Consultancy has been invited to attend  The Western Aerospace Centre's annual prestige lecture. The lecture will be given  by Colin Smith, Director, Engineering and Technology at Rolls-Royce and is ...

  • Frazer-Nash to attend DPRTE


    Frazer-Nash is attending Defence Procurement Research Technology and Exportability (DPRTE) event held at the Motorpoint Arena Cardiff on 8 October 2014. Supported by many government organisations and trade associations, DPRTE 2014 will provide ...

  • Maritime Autonomous Systems conference: Fathoming the Future


    Frazer-Nash attended the Maritime Autonomous Systems conference on 6-8 October 2014 at the Qinetiq Maritime Automomy centre in Haslar. The conference examined the future implications of autonomy and its impact on current naval concepts and oper...

  • Human factors front page Eureka article


    In a headline article first published in the September issue of Eureka magazine, senior human factors engineer, Ryan Meeks discusses exemplar human factors engineering with editor, Justin Cunningham. Many engineers fail to understand what human...

  • Frazer-Nash awarded A400M engineering authority contract


    The MOD has awarded engineering consultancy Frazer-Nash a new contract to support the Engineering Authority of its new A400M military aircraft. As the aircraft nears entry into service, the Engineering Authority team is required to develop proc...

  • Frazer-Nash completes work on Sellafield chimney


    As part of the Design Services Alliance, leading engineering consultancy Frazer-Nash has just completed a planning and modelling project on the Windscale Pile 1 Diffuser at Sellafield to enable it to prepare for the next phase of demolition. Th...

  • Frazer-Nash builds its Australian engineering analysis team


    New joiner, Alan Harrland set to strengthen Frazer-Nash's Australian computational fluid dynamics (CFD) capability.   Complex Fluid Flow expert Alan Harrland has joined Frazer-Nash's Australian operations. Based in Adelaide, his appointmen...

  • Frazer-Nash set to deliver future architecture project in support of MOD research programme


    Engineering consultancy Frazer-Nash is set to deliver a project looking at the electrical architecture of the future for MOD in support of the Advanced Electric Power and Propulsion Project (AEP3) being run in conjunction with the US Navy until ...

  • Are multi-starts damaging your gas turbine?


    In an opinion piece in Energy World, first published in the July/August issue by the Energy Institute Frazer-Nash's Gas turbine specialist, Gary Lock looks at the potential damage being caused by gas turbine operators multi-...

  • Frazer-Nash wins UKMFTS contract


    Engineering consultancy Frazer-Nash has won the contract to provide 4 years Independent Environmental and Safety Audit Support to the UK Military Flying Training System (UKMFTS) Project Team. This competitively won contract will see the company...

  • The 28th International Symposium on Ballistics 2014


    Frazer-Nash Consultancy will be exhibiting at The 28th International Symposium on Ballistics on the 22-26 September at stand 319. The annual show is an opportunity for ballistic scientists and engineers to share and discuss the l...

  • Frazer-Nash awarded two airworthiness contracts with the MOD’s DE&S airworthiness team


    Frazer-Nash has recently won two large competitively tendered contracts with the MOD's Defence Equipment and Support (DE&S) organisation's Airworthiness Team (DAT) worth approximately £2m over the next two years. The first of the two contr...

  • Frazer-Nash successfully completes impact modelling on Airbus A350XWB


    Frazer-Nash has successfully completed a contract with Airbus to accurately model impact damage on the new Airbus A350 XWB. Frazer-Nash's team analysed particular areas on the leading edge and lower wing covers of the A350 XWB wings, with parti...

  • Frazer-Nash structural assessment partnership provides operational benefits to EDF Energy


    Leading engineering consultancy Frazer-Nash has been working in strategic partnership with EDF Energy to support component life assessment (CLA) work at its nuclear stations. The work will support the continued safe operation of the fleet in th...

  • New appointment set to strengthen naval marine business


    Experienced engineering and maritime management specialist Samantha Tait has joined Frazer-Nash's Melbourne office as Business Manager with responsibility for the company's Australian-based naval work, including surface ships and submarines. Ph...

  • Frazer-Nash helps promote a career in engineering - Big Bang @ School


    Frazer-Nash's STEM ambassadors will be attending the Big Bang Fair at Sutton Grammar on Tuesday 8 July. Organised by Engineering UK, the Big Bang events aim to show young people from across the UK the exciting and rewarding opportunities a caree...

  • Addressing the barriers to unmanned marine vehicle development


    Featured in Defence Contracts Bulletin, Andrew Hale, a research engineer at Frazer-Nash, looks at what lessons we can learn from the aviation industry to remove some of the barriers to unmanned maritime vehicle (UMV) development Although ...

  • New appointment highlights growth in rail sector for Frazer-Nash


    Frazer-Nash continues to expand its rail capability with the appointment of Consultant Nick Howers. Nick joins from London Underground where he was employed for 9 years after joining as a graduate in 2005. In his most recent role of Fleet...

  • How local authorities can prepare for a crisis


    In a feature piece on Local Government Executive's website, Frazer Nash's Security and Resilience business manager, Chris Cullis looks at the crucial role of local authorities in modelling effective responses to a regional crisis. With e...

  • Naval architect receives international IMarEST award


    Tom Coe, a naval architect at Frazer Nash, has been awarded the prestigious Sir Donald Gosling Award at this year's International Naval Engineering Conference and Exhibition (INEC) in Amsterdam. Dr Coe in collaboration with the Naval Des...

  • Frazer-Nash set to present at International Council on Systems Engineering (INCOSE) event, USA


    Adelaide-based Frazer-Nash expert Dr Quoc Do and representatives from a number of leading international organisations are set to present papers on Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) at the 24th INCOSE International Symposium. To be he...

  • Modeling the effects of underbelly blast on lower limbs


    Frazer-Nash Consultancy is conducting a research study on behalf of Dstl that will support modelling of the effect of underbelly blast impact on service personnel when in armoured vehicles. Detonations occurring under a vehicle can transmit ...

  • Recruiting the best


    Frazer-Nash will be exhibiting at the MOD's Career Transition Partnership (CTP) recruitment fair on the 18 of June, where we will be looking for highly skilled members of the armed forces to join our growing business.   With over 5...

  • Frazer-Nash Exhibiting at DVD2014


    Frazer-Nash Consultancy will be exhibiting at the largest military land event in the UK, DVD2014. The event which is considered one the most important in the defence diary will take place at Millbrook proving ground in Bedfordshire on 25 and...

  • Frazer-Nash engineer wins Rolls-Royce award


    John Aveson, an Engineer in the Materials Performance Group at Frazer-Nash, has been awarded the Rolls-Royce Howes and Ruffles Award for the Best Doctorate Paper. The Howes and Ruffles Award is given out annually by Rolls-Royce in recogn...

  • Advanced simulation can help composite manufacturing


    As featured in Aerospace Manufacturing, Frazer-Nash consultant Keith Walker, looks at how advanced simulation can help optimise composite manufacturing of in the aerospace industry.  The full article can be read here, while th...

  • Frazer-Nash researches novel modular armour concepts for use on military vehicles


    Frazer-Nash Consultancy has won a research contract with the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory's Centre for Defence Enterprise (CDE) following a submission to the themed competition on "Protecting Military Vehicles".   Frazer...

  • Frazer-Nash announces winner of YGN speaking competition


    On Thursday 15 May, Frazer-Nash sponsored and hosted the Young Generation Network (YGN) speaking competition. Held at the company's Bristol office, the YGN event gives young members of the nuclear industry a chance to practice their public s...

  • Kidney care receives innovation boost


    Frazer-Nash has been announced as one of the winners of the Kidney Care Competition. A competition which looked at pioneering solutions to address the life-changing effects of kidney failure. The 14 winners have been announced today, as p...

  • Young Generation Network competition 15 May - Bristol


    It's just a few days to go before this years YGN speaking competition, which this year is being sponsored and hosted by Frazer-Nash Consultancy. The annual competition gives young members of the nuclear industry a chance to practice thei...

  • Learning the lessons from Fukushima and Onagwa


    Featured in Nuclear Connect, Frazer Nash's nuclear business manager, Philip Rogers, looks at the lessons that can be learnt from Fukushima and Onagawa as the UK begins construction on the new generation of nuclear power plants. With a num...

  • Nuclear regulation will offer international opportunities to UK industry


    In an opinion piece in the Nuclear Industry Link, Frazer Nash's nuclear business manager, Philip Rogers talks about the opportunity world leading nuclear regulations will offer UK companies. The development of new nuclear power stations wi...

  • Power is nothing without protection and control


    Published in Railway Strategies, Frazer Nash's Rail business manager, Richard Jones, looks at the benefits of using Integrated Protection and Control (IPC) as part of the electrification of the UK rail network. The current network of elec...

  • Mission system safety: emergent risks in complex systems


    Assessing equipment and systems for physical safety and functional integrity is a vital task within defence. Featured in Defence Contracts Bulletin (DCB), Geraint Evans, business manager at Frazer-Nash, looks at whether emerging risks associ...

  • Barriers to electric car uptake


    Featured in The Engineer online, Frazer Nash's expert on the development of electric cars, Craig Rice, explores the biggest factors that could create a step change in the electric car market. The article explores the four main factors pre...

  • Frazer-Nash contributing to medic of the future concept


    Frazer-Nash has been selected by the Ministry of Defence's (MOD) Defence Science and Technology Laboratory (Dstl) to progress their concept for a new working platform for the medic of the future.   The consultancy has identified potential...

  • Frazer-Nash helps fuel ITER progress


    Frazer-Nash has been awarded a contract to support the Fuelling and Wall Conditioning Team at the ITER project in the South of France. The year long contract will see Frazer-Nash on site at ITER carrying out interface management, structural ...

  • Frazer-Nash Provides Modelling Solution for Seagen turbine


    Frazer-Nash is working with Marine Current Turbines to provide engineering and related technical services to help minimise fatigue loads on its next generation SeaGentidal turbine, and reduce the costs and risks associated with this rene...

  • Frazer-Nash to attend Security and Policing Event


    Frazer-Nash's security and resilience team will be exhibiting at this year's Security and Policing Event, at Farnborough on the 11-13 March 2014. The event brings together the world's leading experts from the police, law enforcement and secu...


  • Tranport Security Expo 2014

    Olympia, London - 02/12/2014

    Transport Security Expo 2013 Find us on stand B24 at the Transport Security Expo. Hashtag: #TRS2014

    Transport Security Expo website




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