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Airframe Fundamentals I will include learning to identify the various types of composite structural components, including the matrix materials and the reinforcing fibers, and the student will be able to explain the methods of lay-up that give the maximum strength against the applied loads. Also, the student will be aware of the safety considerations involved in working with the various chemicals used with composite materials. The students will learn to perform sheet metal flat pattern layouts, rivet spacing and installations.
Credits: 4 Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 2 Semester: Fall, Spring Delivery Method: Traditional