Structural Optimization for Mass Properties Engineers

$350.00

This class covers structural design and analysis considerations and their impact on Mass Properties.   The course is for working engineers outside of the Stress or Loads organizations to provide insight into the decision tools and processes affecting structural integrity. Specific emphasis will be given to identify and explain the typical methods utilized by Structural Analysts and how these can sometimes adversely affect the optimization of the structure. Illustration of several accepted practices and their impact will be covered in the case studies. This course will also provide public domain strength and material-related references including but not limited to: FAA Metallic Materials Properties Development and Standardization (MMPD).

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Instructor: Brett Anderson, P.E., SAWE Fellow, The Boeing Company

This class covers structural design and analysis considerations and their impact on Mass Properties.   The course is for working engineers outside of the Stress or Loads organizations to provide insight into the decision tools and processes affecting structural integrity. Specific emphasis will be given to identify and explain the typical methods utilized by Structural Analysts and how these can sometimes adversely affect the optimization of the structure. Illustration of several accepted practices and their impact will be covered in the case studies. This course will also provide public domain strength and material-related references including but not limited to: FAA Metallic Materials Properties Development and Standardization (MMPD).

The course consists of eight chapters:

  1. Overview and Purpose
  2. Common Structural Design Features
  3. Historical Design Drivers
  4. Common Practices
  5. Hidden Gotchas
  6. Case Study: Aloha Airlines
  7. Case Study: 767 Freighter
  8. Case Study: Splice Design

The total duration of this course is 3 hours, 40 minutes.

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