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This course is an introduction to analysis and design of aircraft structures. Course content includes design criteria, structural design concepts, loads and load paths, metallic and composite materials; static strength, buckling and crippling, durability and damage tolerance, practical design considerations, certification and repair. Analysis exercises and a design project are included to better involve students in the learning process.


April 6-10, 2020, DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Seattle Airport Southcenter (Seattle, WA)
October 19-23, 2020, B Resort Hotel Orlando (Orlando, FL)
This introductory course will provide attendees with a solid foundation of knowledge and skills necessary to successfully apply Human Factors Engineering (HFE) and Human System Integration (HSI) to their daily work. Attendees will attain familiarity with and trust in HFE/HSI principles and practices to consider and implement at their workplace.


October 19-22, 2020, B Resort Hotel Orlando (Orlando, FL)
This course reviews the fundamentals of developing and assessing electronic components to the standard RTCA/DO-254 Design Assurance Guidance for Airborne Electronic Hardware. The course also provides insight into the FAA's review process and guidance along with practical keys for successful development and certification. Practical exercises and in-class activities further enhance the learning process.


October 19-21, 2020, B Resort Hotel Orlando (Orlando, FL)
This course discusses the FAA Code of Federal Regulations (CFRs) and design concepts required to ensure all aspects of aircraft electrical wiring and installation are safe. It examines aircraft wiring as a system and reviews all Part 25 CFRs related to EWIS FAA certification.


October 19-23, 2020, B Resort Hotel Orlando (Orlando, FL)
This course focuses on the requirements and methods that can be used to demonstrate compliance to 14 CFR 25.1709 (EWIS Safety Analysis). The discussion will examine the use of FAA AC 25.1701-1 to prepare a Functional and Physical Analysis. The course will also include an overview of the EWIS requirements included in 14 CFR Part 25, subpart H.


October 19-23, 2020, B Resort Hotel Orlando (Orlando, FL)
Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) are comprised of an unmanned vehicle (UAV), a manned control element(s), and various data and control links. Although unmanned, the vehicle is still an aircraft and must be tested with the same rigor and precision as manned systems. However, being "unmanned" and being part of an integrated system, UAVs demand unique flight test approaches that present corresponding challenges.


October 19-21, 2020, B Resort Hotel Orlando (Orlando, FL)
This course provides a very broad overview of avionics. It covers the historical evolution of the avionics industry and usage of avionics to the present day. This gives the student an understanding of why avionics is what it is today, in addition to understanding how it works. The course covers legacy systems still in use and the latest state-of-the-art systems currently being installed.


October 19-23, 2020, B Resort Hotel Orlando (Orlando, FL)
This course provides the fundamentals for developing and integrating IMA systems, using TSO-C153 (Integrated Modular Avionics Hardware Elements), FAA Advisory Circular 20-170 (Integrated Modular Avionics Development, Verification, Integration and Approval Using RTCA/DO-297 and Technical Standard Order C153) and DO-297 (Integrated Modular Avionics (IMA) Development Guidance and Certification Considerations). Discussions and in-class activities further enhance the learning process.


Thursday, October 22, 2020, B Resort Hotel Orlando (Orlando, FL)
This course is designed to provide a qualitative understanding of aeroelastic behavior for aerospace vehicles. The class will explore different forms of aeroelastic phenomena and associated issues in structural dynamics and aerodynamic-structure interaction. The level of class instruction is appropriate for engineers and managers with an undergraduate degree in engineering.


October 19-23, 2020, B Resort Hotel Orlando (Orlando, FL)
This course provides an overview and integrated exposure to airplane aerodynamics, performance, propulsion, flight mechanics, mass properties, structural dynamics, aeroelasticity, structural loads, structures, ground testing, flight testing and certification. Examples to support the lecture are provided using Basic Aerospace Engineering software. This course demonstrates the relationship between aircraft certification requirements, engineering analysis and testing.


October 19-23, 2020, B Resort Hotel Orlando (Orlando, FL)