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ASTP 1112 Aircraft Metallurgy and Corrosion Control

Emphasizes the development of knowledge and skills necessary to assess damage due to corrosion and take corrective action. Topics include: safety, corrosion theory, corrosion types, corrosion removal, repair, and treatment, and corrosion prevention. This course also introduces the types of metals used in aircraft construction and provides a study of their properties and working characteristics. Topics include: safety, types of metals, properties of metals, methods of identification, heat treatment, temper designations, working characteristics and non-destructive inspection. A grade of C or better is required for graduation. 


6 credits

Lecture Hours

2 hours

Lab Hours

4 hours


ASTP 1104