Learn how various things can go wrong through the manufacturing process, which can lead to defects.
- [Instructor] Manufacturing damage includes anomalies…such as porosity, micro-cracking, and delaminations…resulting from processing discrepancies.…It also includes such items as…inadvertent edge cuts, surface gouges and scratches,…damaged fastener holes, as well as impact damage.…These manufacturing defects include delaminations.…Basically, a delamination is an area…on the surface in between plies.…Those areas between those plies can experience…small cracks that can grow into what's called…interlaminar layer delaminations.…
Basically, what happens is the plies pull apart.…Delaminations may form from one crack, several cracks,…and these can cause catastrophic failure.…We also have resin starved areas.…A resin starved area is an area…where there's not enough resin…and the fibers will show through.…What ends up happening is,…when the plies are stacked up on one another,…that resin starved area is not going to adhere…correctly to the ply laying on top of it.…
Next, we have what's called resin rich areas.…A part that is resin rich will have…
- What is a composite?
- Where composites are used
- Composite materials
- Composite manufacturing methods
- Inspection methods
- Repairing composites
Skill Level Beginner
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3. Manufacturing Methods
4. Inspection Methods
5. Damage Types
6. Repair Methods
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