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Introduction to Composite Materials - Theory & Practical

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The National Composites Centre

Feynman Way Central

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BS16 7FS

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This is a one day course also running on 5th October 2021 and 11th January 2022.

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If you’re entering the world of composites and want to improve your core knowledge, this course will give you a better understanding of the fundamentals.

This is a foundational level course where we’ll introduce you to the basics of composites, their composition and how they’re manufactured. You’ll reinforce your knowledge as you get hands-on with some materials and make your own part.

We recommend this course for individuals or groups who are new to composites.

What we’ll cover: 

  • Defining the term ‘Composite’
  • The properties of fibres and resins
  • Different types of resin system and reinforcements
  • Room and elevated temperature resin systems
  • Identifying and comparing weave styles
  • The benefits of composites to build components
  • Types of manufacturing processes
  • Fibre orientation and core materials
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The National Composites Centre

Feynman Way Central

Bristol

Bristol

BS16 7FS

United Kingdom

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Refunds up to 30 days before event

Eventbrite's fee is nonrefundable.

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We are industry's research and development partner. When companies need to make things lighter, stronger, smarter and more sustainable they come to the NCC. With access to 'beyond' state-of-the-art technology and the best composites engineering capabilities in the world, we help our customers solve the most complex engineering challenges of our time.

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