- SAWE Online Training
- Advanced Mass Properties Measurement
- Airline Fleet Weight vs. Individual Weight
- Airline Fuel Conservation
- Airline Operations & CG Curtailment Guidelines
- Airline Weight and Balance Operations
- Aircraft Weight and Balance Class
- Aircraft Weight Estimating and Use of RP8 for Weight Allocation
- Automated Weight and Balance System (AWBS) Training
- Dynamic Balancing Course
- Exhibitor Technology Classes
- Helicopter Conceptual Design
- INCOSE Systems Engineering Handbook Tutorial
- Introduction to Aircraft Weighing
- Introduction to Naval Architecture
- Marine Systems Weight Estimating Methods Based on SAWE RP 14
- Marine Weight Control & Weight Estimating Methodology
- Marine Weight Control - Based on SAWE RP 12 & 14
- Measuring Mass Properties
- Principals of Mass Properties Management & Control for Military Aircraft – SAWE RP 7
- SAWE Conference Planning Committee Training
- SAWE International/Chapter Officer or Committee Chairman Orientation
- Ship Inclining Experiment
- Structural Analysis/Optimization
- General Terms - On-Site Classes
Automated Weight and Balance System (AWBS) Training
New for 2010: Class will provide instruction for new AWBS version 10.
This one-day class will present all the new features of Version 10 of the US Air Force’s Automated Weight and Balance Software in a hands-on training class. The class will begin with a discussion of the terms and developmental history of AWBS, minimum system requirements, and software installation. The basic approach of the class is to give computer demonstrations followed by student exercises that will provide the students with a good understanding of AWBS Version 10 features. Students will receive a complete overview of the software features to support weight control programs for military aircraft. The instructor will also allow time to address specific AWBS needs and questions of the students. Students are required to bring their laptop computer. A demo version of AWBS 10.0 will be provided at the beginning of the class.
The basic approach of the course is to give computer demonstrations followed by student exercises that will provide the students with a good understanding of the following AWBS features and functions:
|Converting From Older Versions of AWBS
New AWBS Database (No Data)
Backup / Restore
Repair / Compact
Assignment / Relieve
Scheduler and Intervals
Additionally, instruction will focus on Chart A, Form B, Chart C, and Form F generation, maintenance, and usage.
The instructor will also allow time to address specific AWBS needs and questions of the students. Both new and veteran AWBS users will benefit from the demonstrations, exercises, and discussions in this software training.
SAWE does not provide AWBS software, a license can be obtained by visiting the AWBS website at https://awbs.hill.af.mil .