Boeing

Corrosion Prevention and Control (460)

This course provides airline engineers and maintenance technicians with the knowledge and skills necessary to implement a corrosion prevention and control program for transport aircraft. Topics include corrosion basics, contributing causes of corrosion, forms of corrosion, indications of corrosion, inspection methods for corrosion, corrective actions, preventive maintenance, examples of corrosion problems, and the industry Corrosion Prevention and Control Program.

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Designing Repairs With The Boeing Heritage Structural Repair Manual (462)

This course prepares the trainee to design repairs within the limits of the Boeing Structural Repair Manual (SRM). The course includes information about allowable damage limits, part identification, types of repair, and general and detail repairs. Trainees perform several practice problems designing proper repairs using the SRM.

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Structural Repair for Engineers, Part I (463)

This course prepares the trainee to assess, design and analyze metallic repairs for damage beyond the limits described in the Structural Repair Manual (SRM). The course includes a combination of lecture, discussion, practical exercises, and two examinations. Students should come to class equipped to perform mathematical calculations. In addition, when taught in Seattle a 10th day is included to conduct a field trip to the Boeing factory.

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Structural Repair for Engineers, Part II (464)

This course is a continuation of the Aircraft Structural Repair for Engineers Part I course. It focuses on the design of repairs to structure loaded in compression. Concepts of bending and column stability will be discussed. Repairs to airplane structural members will be analyzed for beam bending, buckling and crippling failure modes.

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Composite/Metal Bond Part V, Metal Bond Repair for Technicians (465)

Following the completion of Composite/Metal Bond Part I, this course prepares repair technicians to perform basic metal-to-metal and aluminum honeycomb panel bonded repairs. The course includes the use of repair procedures from the Structural Repair Manual (SRM) and other authorizing engineering documents. The emphasis in the course is hands-on, including practical demonstration and student practice. Trainees will learn to use hazardous materials, common shop tools, and specialized equipment.

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Composite/Metal Bond Part II, Basic Composite Repair for Technicians (466)

This course prepares the student to perform bonded repairs to composite sandwich structure. It includes a combination of lecture and practical hands-on exercises in which students make wet layup and prepreg bonded repairs to carbon facesheets and honeycomb cores.

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Composite/Metal Bond Part IV, Advanced Composite Repair for Technicians (467)

This course enhances the skills learned in the Composite/Metal Bond Part II - Basic Composite Repair for Technicians course in order to prepare the student to perform complex repairs to edge bands, core ramps, and critical ply drop off areas. It includes detailed classroom discussion of design requirements, composite drawings and material specifications. This course also includes practical hands-on exercises in which students make high temperature repairs to edge bands, core ramps, and critical ply drop off areas. (This)

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Repair of Advanced Composite Structures for Engineers (468)

This course prepares the student to submit composite repairs to Boeing for damage that is beyond the limits of the Structural Repair Manual. It includes detailed information on composite material properties, failure modes, stress analysis, design requirements and SRM repair modification analysis. This course also covers the preferred Boeing reporting criteria.

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Composite/Metal Bond Part I, Introduction to Advanced Composite Materials and Metal Bond Repair (469)

Introduction to Advanced Composite Materials and Metal Bond Repair. This course prepares the student to identify the fundamentals of repairing composite and metal bond parts. It includes lecture, demonstration and hands-on practice. The hands-on practice includes composite repairs to carbon and metal bond structures.

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Composite/Metal Bond Part III, Advanced Composite Component Repair (470)

Advanced Composite Component Repair. This course prepares the student to make repairs to non-structural interior components such as sidewall panels, floor panels, ECS ducts, ceiling panels and radomes. It includes lecture, demonstration and hands-on practice repairing radomes and interior component. This course also includes fabricating tooling for these repairs.

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Composite Repair Design With Practical Application (471)

This course prepares the student to submit composite repairs to Boeing for damage that is beyond the limits of the Structural Repair Manual. It also prepares the student to perform common repairs to composite sandwich structure. This course also includes detailed information on composite material properties, failure modes, stress analysis, design requirements and SRM repair comparisons. It also includes practical hands-on exercises in which students make composite repairs to carbon composite sandwich structure. 

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Structural Repair for Engineers, Part III (472)

This course is a continuation of the Aircraft Structural Repair for Engineers, Parts I and II. It focuses primarily on the concepts of fatigue, durability and damage tolerance and the application of those concepts to the design of repairs. It is intended to be an introduction and to provide an understanding that will help the repair engineer design structure that will meet durability and damage tolerant requirements.

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Composite Repair and Ramp for Inspectors (474)

This course prepares the student to perform quality assurance for 787 composite repairs. It includes bonded repairs to 787 sandwich and solid laminate composite structure and bolted repairs to the 787 fuselage skin. The majority of the repair training for this course is conducted in a lab environment and includes hands-on repair exercises using actual 787 parts and the 787 structural repair manual. The lab exercises include the Double Vacuum Bag Debulk (DVD), Quick Composite Repair (QCR), Bolted, and traditional composite repairs processes.

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787 Composite Repair for Technicians Advance Structures (475)

This course prepares the student to perform bonded and bolted repairs to the 787 composite structures. It includes bonded repairs to 787 sandwich and solid laminate composite structure and bolted repairs to the 787 fuselage skin and stringers. The majority of the repair training for this course is conducted in a lab environment and includes hands-on repair exercises using actual 787 parts and the 787 structural repair manual.

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787 Composite Repair Design for Airline Engineers (476)

This course prepares the student to submit bolted and bonded composite repairs to Boeing for damage that is beyond the limits of the 787 Structural Repair Manual. It also prepares the student to perform common bonded repairs to 787 composite sandwich and solid laminate structure. This course includes detailed information on composite material properties, failure modes, stress analysis, design requirements and 787 SRM composite repair modification analysis. It also includes practical hands-on exercises in which students make bonded and bolted repairs to actual 787 composite parts and 787 SRM damage assessment scenarios.

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787 Composite Damage and Repair Inspection (478)

This course prepares the student to inspect damage and repairs to 787 solid laminate composite structure using the Olympus Omni Scan MX ultrasonic inspection tool. The course includes lecture, demonstration, and hands-on practice in the use of the Olympus Omni Scan MX ultra sonic pulse echo and phased array modules to assess damage and repairs to 787 composite solid laminate structure.

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787 Quick Composite Repair / The Ramp Damage Checker (479)

This course prepares students to perform Quick Composite Repairs(QCR) on the 787 composite structure. It includes practical hands-on exercises in which students make Quick Composite Repairs to actual 787 composite fuselage sections. This course also uses classroom line oriented scenarios to provide the student experience in using the Structural Repair Manual to identify QCR repairable damage limits and detailed QCR process requirements.

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Composite Bolted Repair for Technicians (490)

This course prepares the student to perform bolted repairs to 787 composite structure. It includes bolted repairs to 787 fuselage skin sections and stringers. The majority of the repair training for this course is conducted in a lab environment and includes hands-on repair exercises using actual 787 parts and the 787 structural repair manual.

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787 Using the Structural Repair Manual (SRM) (662)

This course prepares the student to use the 787 Structural Repair Manual (SRM) to find 787 composite repair data. It includes new chapter 51 composite repair processes, structural identification, allowable damage limits, and repairable damage limits. The majority of the course involves line oriented scenarios that allow the student to use the SRM to find allowable damage and repairable damage limits and determine the repair options for composite damage at several locations on the airplane.

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