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AVM 260 - Aircraft Composite Repair II

1 Credits, 1 Contact Hours
1 lecture period 0 lab periods

Theory and application of composite and bonded metal structures utilized in aircraft construction. Includes repair methods selection, source documents, repair methods and design criteria, bonded metal repairs, tank and non-tank processing, priming, and environmental considerations. Also includes a heavy emphasis on repair performance utilizing the Structural Repair Manuals for composite monolithic and sandwich core, and bonded metal structures.

Prerequisite(s): AVM 130  
Corequisite(s): AVM 260LB  


Course Learning Outcomes
  1. Demonstrate Structural Repair Manual selection by determining Component identification and damage classification.
  2. Describe the function and use of source documents provided by aircraft manufacturers.
  3. Explain the history and purpose of bonded metal repairs.
  4. Describe tank processing of bonded metal repairs.
  5. Describe environmental considerations in the handling of composite and metal bonded materials.

Outline:
  1. Structural Repair Manual Repair Method Selection
    1. Component identification
    2. Damage classification
  2. Source Documents
    1. Revision systems
    2. Effectivity
    3. Drawing systems
    4. Internal documents
    5. Material and process specifications
    6. Original equipment manufacturer documents
    7. Regulatory documents
  3. Bonded Metal Repairs (General)
    1. History
    2. Purpose
    3. Theory
    4. Safety
  4. Tank Processing
    1. Forest Products Laboratories (FPL)
    2. Phosphoric Acid Anodizing (PAA)
  5. Environmental Considerations
    1. Environmental Protection Agency
    2. Handling
    3. Disposal


Effective Term:
Full Academic Year 2018/19



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