468-Composite Repair for Engineers - Courses

Name: 468-Composite Repair for Engineers
Description:

This course prepares the student to submit composite repairs to Boeing for damage that is beyond the limits of the Structural Repair Manual. It includes detailed information on composite material properties, failure modes, stress analysis, design requirements and SRM repair modification analysis. This course also covers the preferred Boeing reporting criteria.

Objectives: Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to: 

  • Analyze the effects of modifying SRM bonded repairs.
  • Verify repairs through stiffness analysis and use of composite design principles.
  • Describe details of stress analysis, such as micro-mechanics and laminated plate theory.
  • Identify the best composite repair option from the SRM.

Outline:

  • Composite Structure
    • Materials
    • Applications
    • Repair Processing Materials
    • Repair Tooling, Facilities, Safety, Storage
    • Damage Inspection
  • SRM  Processes
    • Composite Allowable and Repairable Damage Limit Assessment –       
    • Prepreg Composite Sandwich Repair Process
    • Wet Layup Composite Sandwich Repair Process
  • Composite Analysis
    • Repair Strength and Stiffness Analysis - Classical Laminated
    • Plate Theory
    • Part Internal Loads
    • Part Design Considerations
    • Part Drawings
    • SRM Composite Repair Modification Strength and Stiffness Analysis
Duration: 5 days 

Locations: Seattle and Remote

This course is intended for composite aircraft structural repair engineers with 4 year engineering degrees.

Locations Offered:
  • Seattle Campus
  • 1301 SW 16th Street
    Renton, WA 98055
    United States
    Phone: 1-206-662-4088
    FAX: 1-206-662-3534

  • Brisbane Campus
  • 3 Melia Street, Brisbane International Airport
    Queensland, 4007
    Australia
    Phone: 61 (7) 3307 9300
    FAX: 61 (7) 3307 9399

Course Syllabus Click Here
Price: $2,000.00 (plus tax where applicable)

Name: 468-Repair of Advanced Composite Structures For Engineers
Description:

This course prepares the student to submit composite repairs to Boeing for damage that is beyond the limits of the Structural Repair Manual. It includes detailed information on composite material properties, failure modes, stress analysis, design requirements and SRM repair modification analysis. This course also covers the preferred Boeing reporting criteria.

Objectives: Upon completion of the course, the students will be able to: 

  • Analyze the effects of modifying SRM bonded repairs.
  • Verify repairs through stiffness analysis and use of composite design principles.
  • Describe details of stress analysis, such as micro-mechanics and laminated plate theory.
  • Identify the best composite repair option from the SRM.

Outline:

  • Composite Structure
    • Materials
    • Applications
    • Repair Processing Materials
    • Repair Tooling, Facilities, Safety, Storage
    • Damage Inspection
  • SRM  Processes
    • Composite Allowable and Repairable Damage Limit Assessment –       
    • Prepreg Composite Sandwich Repair Process
    • Wet Layup Composite Sandwich Repair Process
  • Composite Analysis
    • Repair Strength and Stiffness Analysis - Classical Laminated
    • Plate Theory
    • Part Internal Loads
    • Part Design Considerations
    • Part Drawings
    • SRM Composite Repair Modification Strength and Stiffness Analysis

Duration: 5 days 

Locations: Seattle and Remote

This course is intended for composite aircraft structural repair engineers with 4 year engineering degrees.

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