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An integrated computer procedure for sizing composite airframe structures

Jaroslaw Sobieszczanski-Sobieski

An integrated computer procedure for sizing composite airframe structures

by Jaroslaw Sobieszczanski-Sobieski

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Office, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in Washington, Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Airframes,
  • Structural frames,
  • Composite materials

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJaroslaw Sobieszczanski-Sobieski, Langley Research Center
    SeriesNASA technical paper ; 1300
    ContributionsUnited States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office, Langley Research Center
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 41 p. :
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14932169M

    In this work a procedure for the structural sizing of a composite sandwich wing is described. The procedure is named MLISS (Multi-Level Integrated Structural Sizing); it foresees three growing levels of detailed design and integrates the features of different analysis tools: in-house codes written in Matlab and Fortran languages, a commercial.   Guillaume Gallant , "Fuselage structure for an aircraft fuselage in composite material and aircraft equipped with such a fuselage structure," United State patents A1,

    airframe is still low. In terms of composite processing: prepreg is the most used technology, followed by liquid resin infusion Composite materials need to compete again with metallic materials for airframe applications that are made of composite in last generation A/C (example: fuselage) A continuous R&D effort is needed to develop innovative.   Fasteners are used in composite primary structures today due to certification requirements. These were outlined in a SAMPE (May , Long Beach, Calif.) presentation titled “Efficient Certification of Bonded Primary Structures,” by Kay Blohowiak, a technical fellow working in Composite Bonding Processes for Boeing Research & Technology (Seattle, Wash.), and her co .

    radome structure of an airframe. 2. IPACS COMPUTER CODE IPACS is an integrated computer code to perform probabilistic structural analysis of composite structures. Several NASA in-house developed computer codes such as ICAN 3 (Integrated Composite Analyzer), PICAN 4 (Probabilistic Integrated. This program at the National Institute for Aviation Research assesses current structural testing protocols involved in the certification of composite airframe structures. Advanced composites have emerged as the structural materials of choice for many aerospace applications because of their superior specific strength and specific stiffness.


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An integrated computer procedure for sizing composite airframe structures / By Jaroslaw. Sobieszczanski-Sobieski, Langley Research Center. and United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Office. Abstract. An integrated computer procedure for sizing composite airframe structures.

By J. Sobieszczanski-Sobieski. Abstract. A computerized algorithm to generate cross-sectional dimensions and fiber orientations for composite airframe structures is described, and its application in a wing structural synthesis is established.

The algorithm unifies. The algorithm unifies computations of aeroelastic loads, stresses, and deflections, as well as optimal structural sizing and fiber orientations in an open-ended system of integrated computer programs.

A finite-element analysis and a mathematical-optimization technique are the main components of the procedure. An Integrated Computer Procedure for Sizing Composite Airframe Structures View: A computerized algorithm to generate cross-sectional dimensions and fiber orientations for composite airframe structures is described, and its application in a wing structural synthesis is established.

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at The Boeing Company in Seattle. Prof. Niu is the author of the texts, AIRFRAME STRUCTURAL DESIGN (Second Edition, ), COMPOSITE AIRFRAME STRUCTURES (), and AIRFRAME STRESS ANALYSIS AND SIZING (Second Edition, ).Reviews: Frida and Astrid [7] describe the development of a new strategy for how SAAB Aerostructures addressing manufacturability issues during the development of airframe composite structures.

Nowadays. Integrated Analysis of Large Composite Structures The design of large stiffened composite structures used in aeronautics is carried out by the combination of a global analysis on the whole structural model and local Figure 6. Equilibrium path of a composite structure sustaining buckling and.

Abstract. Some engineering applications of heuristic multilevel optimization methods are presented and the discussion focuses on the dependency matrix that indicates the relationship between problem functions and variables. In Introduction to Aerospace Materials, Aluminium.

Aluminium is the material of choice for most aircraft structures, and has been since it superseded wood as the common airframe material in the s/s. High-strength aluminium alloy is the most used material for the fuselage, wing and supporting structures of many commercial airliners and military aircraft, particularly those.

stiffened structures used in aerospace, optimi-sation algorithms and routines for evaluation of criteria models. Particular attention is paid to the modelling of composite structures. The uniqueaspectsofLAGRANGE,however, when compared to commercial structural optimisation codes, are the availability of the fully analyt Lets get to the review of the book itself.

The book presents an excellent overview of composite laminated structures' analyses, specially for the aerospace industry.

The book doesn't delve in to analytical procedures, although several simple examples are provided to illustrate the methodology of application of expression/s: A composite horizontal stabilizer was chosen as the subject for the composite airframe structure case study.

Life-cycle engineering was examined in today's environment from conceptual design through production and into operational feedback phases. The subject stabilizer was a composite-skinned structure with a metal splice plate over honeycomb. This book did not show too many details about the composite structures design used in aeronautical industries, but it is a good reference and also a guide and how and when choose a composite design structure instead of a conventional metallic one, and also it has a summary of all the manufacturing process being used nowadays and also what is "coming next" in this s: Design Procedure for Optimum Fiber Composite Airframe Structures Within an Automated Multidisciplinary Design and Optimization Process an automated CFD mesh generation and an automated structure model generation including a sizing process.

The book also reports on test cases by both industrial partners and DLR demonstrating the advantages.About this book The topical focus lies on composite airframe technology with particular emphasis on affordable innovation in aerospace technology.

The papers stem from a well-acknowledged and international authorship in industry and research institutes, and the target audience primarily comprises research experts and decision makers both in.