Composite-bei wrote:As i am not actually concentrating so much on the maths for the laminate
Jersey Tom wrote:Composite-bei wrote:As i am not actually concentrating so much on the maths for the laminate
Why the hell not? You're doing a dissertation for an engineering degree, do the actual engineering work rather than the technician / fabrication part.
Composite-bei wrote:i was planning on doing so, however my dissertation tutor suggested to concentrate on the manufacturing and then the testing afterward. I did get pretty confused as to how i am meant to do sufficient testing if i haven't done any math to supply any predictions or data for the making of the component. I think i will most definitely look into doing the math as like you said, and i personally thought, i am an engineering student and i should be doing this side of it. Does anyone have any suggestions on any other good thesis' on this that i can look at, ive searched but can't really seem to find much.... i am sure i must be looking in the wrong place. Also i am doing mechanical engineering with composites so it is useful to show that you know what your doing with them, this is why i wanted to do the fabrication part too.
Thanks for the input!! I agree with you completely
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