Download brochure : Brochure Composites Materials
Duration: 10,5 hours
Composites manufacturing use different types of materials for their assembly.
In this course, you’ll be able to understand the forms in which fiber is made, understand how plies of tape can strengthen a composite part in multiple directions, define terms including tensile strength, stress, elastic range, plastic range, strain, tensile modulus, shear or rigidity modulus, and brittleness. You’ll be able to understand the types and properties of matrices, understand the importance of the curing process in the production of composite parts, list general requirements of storing fiber based materials…
MODULE 1: FIBER BASED COMPOSITES
MODULE 2: FIBERS, TAPES AND FABRICS
MODULE 3: GLASS AND CARBON FIBERS
MODULE 4: MATRIX TYPES AND PROPERTIES
MODULE 5: CURING PROCESS
MODULE 6: HONEYCOMB CORE MATERIALS
MODULE 7: MATERIAL COMPATIBILITY
MODULE 8: GALVANIC REACTIVITY
MODULE 9: CORE POTTING COMPOUNDS
MODULE 10: FIBER MATERIAL STORAGE
MODULE 11: CONTROLLED CONTAMINATION AREAS
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