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AVM 260LB - Aircraft Composite Repair II Lab

3 Credits, 9 Contact Hours
0 lecture periods 9 lab periods

This is the Lab portion of AVM 260 .

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


Course Learning Outcomes
  1. Demonstrate repair methods including speed tape, resin sealing, potting, bolted doublers, wet layup at room temperature and elevated temperature, and prepreg hot bonding.
  2. Demonstrate step and taper repairs to wet layup and prepreg materials including edge and corner damage.
  3. Demonstrate step and taper repairs to wet layup and prepreg materials including edge and corner damage.
  4. Differentiate non-tank processing of bonded metal repairs.
  5. Demonstrate hydrofluoric acid metal etching.
  6. Demonstrate metal priming in preparation for metal bonding repair.

Outline:
  1. Repair Methods
    1. Speed tape
    2. Resin sealing
    3. Potted repairs
    4. Bolted and bonded doubler
    5. Pre-cure
    6. Wet layup (room temperature)
    7. Wet layup (elevated temperature)
    8. Prepreg
    9. Serrated rivet
    10. Glass repair of aluminum
  2. Structural Repair Manual General Repairs and Design Criteria (Chapter 51)
    1. Damage removal
    2. Line repairs
    3. Pre-cure versus co-cure
    4. Surface preparation
    5. Ply orientation
    6. Taper repairs
    7. Step repairs
    8. Wet lay up techniques
    9. Prepreg techniques
    10. Sandwich structure repair
    11. Combination monolithic/sandwich repair
    12. Corner repairs
    13. Blind repairs
  3. Non-Tank Processing
    1. Phosphoric Acid Non-Tank Anodizing (PANTA )
    2. Pasa-gel
    3. Hydrofluoric acid
    4. Abrasion
  4. Priming
    1. Purpose
    2. Types
    3. Safety
    4. Application
    5. Curing and drying


Effective Term:
Full Academic Year 2018/19



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