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NPTEL: Introduction To Composites

 with  Nachiketa TIwari

This course is intended for all those who want to conduct experiments in area of NVH. Thus, the course is open to students of engineering and science, and also to all those who from the industry and research organizations – who are working in area of sound, NVH and acoustics. Each lecture will be followed by a quiz, which will help student the concepts better, and gain deeper insights to measurement process. The course is fairly generic so that there is no need for a particular background. Rather, what is needed is openness, and ability to learn and check out new ideas with comfort.

Syllabus

Week 1 : Intro and terminology
Week 2 : Concept Review
Week 3 : Fibers
Week 4 : Matrix materials
Week 5 : Short fiber composites
Week 6 : Short fiber composites
Week 7 : Orthotropic lamina
Week 8 : Orthotropic lamina
Week 9 : Orthotropic lamina
Week 10 : Composite laminates
Week 11 : Composite laminates
Week 12 : Composite laminates

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Cost Free Online Course
Pace Upcoming
Subject Engineering
Provider NPTEL
Language English
Calendar 12 weeks long

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