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Friction and wear behavior of aluminum and composite airplane skins
Karen E. Jackson
1984 by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, For sale by the National Technical Information Service] in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||Karen E. Jackson.|
|Series||NASA technical paper -- 2262., AVSCOM technical report -- 83-B-7.|
|Contributions||United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||24 p. :|
|Number of Pages||24|
Hooke, C. Adhesive bonding is a common method of joining in both primary and secondary structures. Finally, there are serious concerns around health hazards for workers handling composites. A milestone was reached in with a limited-edition Jaguar sports car that was virtually all aluminum, including the engine, adhesively bonded chassis, and skin.
Shaped wire is also available on request and a readily available supply of starting stock allows for quick production times and small batch quantities. A milestone was reached in with a limited-edition Jaguar sports car that was virtually all aluminum, including the engine, adhesively bonded chassis, and skin. Finally, there are serious concerns around health hazards for workers handling composites. Ultrasonic welding offers some economic and quality-control advantages for production joining, particularly for thin sheet. Two primary properties of any metal are 1 its yield strengthdefined as its ability to resist permanent deformation such as a fender dentand 2 its elastic modulusdefined as its ability to resist elastic or springy deflection like a drum head.
The wings are a one-piece assembly with a dual-carry-through spar, explains Bowen, which attaches to the fuselage with mechanical fasteners through a reinforced contoured composite fuselage saddle. Federal Aviation Admin. The main wear mechanism of composites with low proportion of glass fiber and fly ash were adhesive and abrasive wear while that of composites with high proportion of glass fiber and fly ash were abrasive and fatigue wear. A composite material is a strategic combination of multiple materials that results in a material with better properties than its individual components.
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For the automobile industry in particular, the story is a fascinating one in which the desire for lower vehicle weight, reduced emissions, and improved fuel economy has led to intense competition among aluminum, plastics, and steel companies for shares in the enormous markets involved 40 million to 50 million cars and trucks per year worldwide.
After layup, parts are cured in an oven and then demolded and bonded where required. Part consolidation was another benefit.
Also, special skills are required to appropriately handle composites. You will notice that for the same Reynolds number, a fully laminar flow lower line is much less draggy than a fully turbulent one upper line. Epic uses embedded copper mesh in the outer skin laminate for lightning protection.
It has proven satisfactory in attaching stiffeners, such as hat sections to sheet, and face sheets to honeycomb cores. Diamond is somewhat unique in that it employs wet layup methods to make its aircraft.
Alloys for Airframe Components[ edit ] The aircraft airframe has been the most demanding application for aluminum alloys; to chronicle the development of the high-strength alloys is also to record the development of airframes.
The engine and wings also attach to the chassis. As the molecules flow past the surface and past each other, the viscous resistance to that flow becomes a force which retards forward motion. A bigger Reynolds number signifies lower viscosity. Aluminum skin is normally of the minimum practical thickness: 0.
Note: Content may be edited for style and length. A custom saturator wets out the fiberglass or carbon cloth reinforcement in a resin bath, applying a precise amount of epoxy. The improved welding processes and higher-strength weldable alloys developed during the past decade offer new possibilities for welded primary structures.
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As with all aspects of electromagnetic interference and control, the prevention of damage and interference from lightning becomes more and more critical as aircraft evolve.Glass fibre-reinforced download pdf, or fibreglass, was the first lightweight composite material to be found in aircraft.
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