Structural Certification is one of the key areas of aerospace engineering, and getting knowledge and experience in the sector can be difficult. However, with our online course below, you can learn the major techniques and methodology used by the aircraft interiors industry, knowledge that usually only comes from experience. You will learn the terminology, the essentials by doing practical calculations and then writing the certification reports. These keywords on your CV will help you to stand out above the rest and the portfolio you create, you can show to the employer.
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Take a course in Stowage Unit Interface Loads. Learn how to calculate the interface loads on the aircraft and then write the certification report. Learning valuable knowledge that is respected and desired by many aircraft interiors employers.
Stress Certification Engineers must produce stress analytical reports that validate the structural safety of aircraft interior (composite) structures such as Stowage units. The Aircraft interiors industry is valued at £20b worldwide by 2020. There are at least six major aircraft interior design and manufacturers, mainly located in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Austria, Japan and USA.
The magnitude of the loads (due to aircraft gust and manoeuvres) imparted to the aircraft structure at the Stowage units attachment points are known as the Interface Loads.
There are frequent opportunities in the aircraft interiors industry for engineers with knowledge of producing the Interface Loads and Stress Analysis reports for Stowage units, Galleys and FCRCs. Salaries upto £45,000 per annum are offered. With High Peak Courses, the student will learn this essential knowledge.
Course Duration: Tailored to Suit
Course Host: Dr. Warren Leigh PhD
Course Cost (One-to-One): £1995
Course ID: AO1
The student will obtain hands on experience of constructing composite Finite Element Models (FEA) of the Stowage unit and will perform Nastran Structural Analysis to obtain the Interface loads. Finally, the student will write the contents of a typical Stowage unit Interface load certification report. This course has been designed (by the course presenter) to ensure that the student will have an impressive amount of his own work to show potential employers that he can do the job.
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