While commercial air transport is very safe, the advent of new technologies poses new fire safety challenges that will be treated in this series of courses: they draw upon Dr. Moussa's work in this area since 1971 as well as related courses that BlazeTech has been teaching since 1998. Lectures will include Li and Li-ion battery fires, flammability of carbon fiber and glass fiber composites, emerging aviation fluids, fuel tank fire/explosion, protection methods, engine fires, aircraft accident investigation, and fire/explosion pattern recognition.
Each course will provide a cohesive integrated presentation of fundamentals, small- and large-scale testing, computer modeling, standards and specifications and real accidents. This integrated approach will enable you to address safety issues related to current and new systems and circumstances. Each course will benefit professionals who are responsible for commercial aircraft, helicopters or Unmanned Aerial Vehicles including design, operation, maintenance, flight safety, testing and accident investigation. Select the course that suits your needs best.
Attendees will benefit from a grasp of:
- Fundamentals and practical issues
- Available simplified analyses for quick answers
- When to use such analyses vs. computer models
- What to ask from Subject Matter Experts
- How to assess hazards from new technologies
- Dynamic class exchange of current issues
Attendees receive class notes containing a wealth of key data and a certificate of completion. Each course is equivalent to three Continuing Education Credit Units.
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