Out of autoclave composite manufacturing is an alternative to the traditional high pressure autoclave (industrial) curing process commonly used by the aerospace manufacturers for manufacturing composite material. Out of autoclave (OOA) is a process that achieves the same quality as an autoclave but through a different process. OOA curing achieves the desired fiber content and elimination of voids by placing the layup within a closed mold and applying vacuum, pressure, and heat by means other than an autoclave. An RTM press is the typical method of applying heat and pressure to the closed mold. There are several out of autoclave technologies in current use including resin transfer molding (RTM), Same Qualified Resin Transfer Molding (SQRTM), vacuum-assisted resin transfer molding (VARTM), a

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  • Le moulage par transfert de résine (Resin transfer molding (RTM) en anglais) est un procédé de fabrication de pièces en matériaux composites. C'est un procédé industriel d'injection à basse pression de résine liquide dans un moule rigide et fermé. Ce procédé permet d'obtenir des pièces composites de dimensions précises et présentant un bel état de surface sur toute leur surface. Il convient particulièrement pour les petites et moyennes séries. (fr)
  • 脱オートクレーブ成形法 (OoA:Out of Autoclave) は、複合材料の成形工程でオートクレーブを用いない工法である。 (ja)
  • Out of autoclave composite manufacturing is an alternative to the traditional high pressure autoclave (industrial) curing process commonly used by the aerospace manufacturers for manufacturing composite material. Out of autoclave (OOA) is a process that achieves the same quality as an autoclave but through a different process. OOA curing achieves the desired fiber content and elimination of voids by placing the layup within a closed mold and applying vacuum, pressure, and heat by means other than an autoclave. An RTM press is the typical method of applying heat and pressure to the closed mold. There are several out of autoclave technologies in current use including resin transfer molding (RTM), Same Qualified Resin Transfer Molding (SQRTM), vacuum-assisted resin transfer molding (VARTM), and balanced pressure fluid molding. The most advanced of these processes can produce high-tech net shape aircraft components. (en)
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  • Le moulage par transfert de résine (Resin transfer molding (RTM) en anglais) est un procédé de fabrication de pièces en matériaux composites. C'est un procédé industriel d'injection à basse pression de résine liquide dans un moule rigide et fermé. Ce procédé permet d'obtenir des pièces composites de dimensions précises et présentant un bel état de surface sur toute leur surface. Il convient particulièrement pour les petites et moyennes séries. (fr)
  • 脱オートクレーブ成形法 (OoA:Out of Autoclave) は、複合材料の成形工程でオートクレーブを用いない工法である。 (ja)
  • Out of autoclave composite manufacturing is an alternative to the traditional high pressure autoclave (industrial) curing process commonly used by the aerospace manufacturers for manufacturing composite material. Out of autoclave (OOA) is a process that achieves the same quality as an autoclave but through a different process. OOA curing achieves the desired fiber content and elimination of voids by placing the layup within a closed mold and applying vacuum, pressure, and heat by means other than an autoclave. An RTM press is the typical method of applying heat and pressure to the closed mold. There are several out of autoclave technologies in current use including resin transfer molding (RTM), Same Qualified Resin Transfer Molding (SQRTM), vacuum-assisted resin transfer molding (VARTM), a (en)
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  • Out of autoclave composite manufacturing (en)
  • Moulage par transfert de résine (fr)
  • 脱オートクレーブ成形法 (ja)
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