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Composite Material Course

      3/17/1999

A web-based course on composite boat design and construction will be given through NSnet University starting on March 15, 1999. This introductory course offers a general look into "fiberglass" materials and how they are used, mainly in the boat building segment of the marine industry. The course is designed to use basic test references and web based readings, references and discussion to explain the individual elements of composites and then how they are used to make structures. "Composites" as used here is a term that includes, fiberglass, FRP, GRP, and CFRP. These nuances will be discussed in the course. There are a number of technical areas beyond the scope of this course - this is not a comprehensive naval architecture course, nor is it a materials course that fully covers all aspects of the materials. For more information, see the NSnet University Web site


 







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