Composite Awareness

£20.00

Description 

The use of composite materials in aviation has been increasing rapidly over the last decade, this is due to the materials characteristics of high strength and flexibility at a low weight. It is these value’s that have seen the material developed into fuselage structure on aircraft such as the Boeing 787 and the Airbus A350. 

Composite awareness and the ability to know how damage can be recognised, assessed, or can remain hidden is vital for all who deal physically with the aircraft or deal with the structure and design of repairs and modifications where composite materials are utilised. 

Description 

The use of composite materials in aviation has been increasing rapidly over the last decade, this is due to the materials characteristics of high strength and flexibility at a low weight. It is these value’s that have seen the material developed into fuselage structure on aircraft such as the Boeing 787 and the Airbus A350. 

Composite awareness and the ability to know how damage can be recognised, assessed, or can remain hidden is vital for all who deal physically with the aircraft or deal with the structure and design of repairs and modifications where composite materials are utilised. 

Target audience 

Part 145, Part CAMO, Part 21 or other personnel including ground handling staff working on or in an aircraft environment where the composite materials can feature. 

Aims 

A general awareness of composite materials and technologies with a basic introduction to composite fuselage aircraft including the Boeing 787 and the Airbus A350 

  • Composite Material – Types 
  • Tap Testing 
  • Damage Awareness 
  • Boeing 787 
  • Philosophy 
  • Structure Introduction 
  • Ramp Damage Checker (RDC) 
  • Airbus A350 
  • Philosophy 
  • Structure Introduction 

Specifications course taught to: 

Course designed to meet requirements working with composite technologies as specified in EASA Part 145.A.35(a) where special maintenance tasks may require additional specific training. 

Notes 

This course includes 2 videos with audio to demonstrate practical examples. 

Duration 

Suggested duration for completion is no more than 3 hours. 

Interval for continuation 

There is no requirement to have interval training for this course – we recommend if you have not dealt with or had training on composite materials in 24 months you should consider this course. 

Method of Delivery 

Online via Computer Based Training; for classroom or instructor lead training please contact us info@oat.aero 

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