Depending upon the environment or the final parts, learn how various types of damage can occur.
- [Instructor] So, you've built your composite part,…and you've released your composite part to the world.…You need to expect it to be damaged…or have In-Service Defects.…Now, these In-Service Defects are things…that will happen in the normal wear and tear…of the life cycle of your product.…Or, they could be extraordinary things,…accidents, as an example.…You may have a bird strike on an airplane.…In-Service Defects include things like…Environmental Degradation, Resin Degradation,…Water Ingress, basically you have a composite.…
It's getting sun, water, salt spray,…or whatever it may be blasted at it all the time,…So, the environment is slowly…wearing and tearing away at your composite.…Impact Damage, could be hail,…normal operations, or accidental.…You may have bird strike.…Somebody may be working on a wing and drop a tool,…whatever that may be.…You have fatigue, over the life cycle,…let's say of an aircraft.…You have a wing going up and down, up and down,…as this thing travels, you have areas…that will naturally fatigue.…
- What is a composite?
- Where composites are used
- Composite materials
- Composite manufacturing methods
- Inspection methods
- Repairing composites
Skill Level Beginner
Rapid Prototyping for Product Designwith Gabriel Corbett1h 38m Appropriate for all
Design for Additive Manufacturing: FDMwith Kacie Hultgren1h 47m Intermediate
Additive Manufacturing: Troubleshoot 3D Printswith Rich Cameron1h 43m Intermediate
3. Manufacturing Methods
4. Inspection Methods
5. Damage Types
6. Repair Methods
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