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A350

Learn the A-Z of how the A350 Structures System is constructed, functions and much more!

20 minutes

AUD $49.00

Course Offering

  • Comprehensive A350 Structures Familiarisation covering Terminology, Component Locations, General Descriptions and more.
  • Course content based on official Aviation regulator approved courses, development by our in-house engineers and training experts.
  • Certificate issued upon successful course completion.

The Airbus A350’s structure is a marvel of modern aerospace engineering, featuring advanced materials and design principles. This paragraph offers a brief familiarization with its structural components.

Terminology:

  • Composite Materials: High-strength, lightweight materials used extensively in the A350’s airframe.
  • Airframe: The main aircraft structure, including fuselage, wings, and undercarriage.
  • Load-bearing Structures: Components designed to withstand various stresses during flight.

Component Locations: The A350’s structure includes:

  • Fuselage: Made primarily of carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer, contributing to weight reduction.
  • Wings: Incorporate advanced aerodynamics for efficiency and are equipped with winglets to reduce drag.
  • Undercarriage: Robust landing gear designed for the demands of modern air travel.

General Descriptions: The A350’s structures are optimized for performance and economy, utilizing composite materials for up to 70% of its airframe. This results in a lighter, more fuel-efficient aircraft capable of long-range flights. The design also allows for increased passenger comfort with larger windows and a more spacious cabin.

The course content for the Airbus A350 Structures familiarization is based on official aviation regulator-approved courses and is developed by our in-house engineers and training experts. Successful course completion is acknowledged with a certificate, signifying a comprehensive understanding of the A350’s structural innovations.

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