It is important that scientists who perform experiments, researchers who develop computer codes, and those who carry out measurements on prototypes all communicate effectively. While computer models are now more reliable and better able to represent more realistic problems, experimental measurements need to be conditioned to the requirements of the computational models. Progress of engineering sciences depends on the orderly and progressive concurrent development of all three fields. This book contains the results of the latest in a biennial series of meetings to facilitate that communication and development that began in 1984. The papers presented at the conference include topics such as; Computational and Experimental methods; computer Interaction and Control of Experiments, Direct, Indirect and In-situ Measurements; Structural and Stress Analysis; Sound and Vibration; Electrical and Electromagnetic Applications; Fluid Flow; Industrial Applications; Composite Materials; Material Characterisation; Heat Transfer and Thermal Processes; Data Acquisition and Processing; Data Management; Multiscale Modelling; Advances in Instrumentation; and Nanoparticles.