ICAF 2009, Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Operational Practice: Proceedings of the 25th Symposium of the International Committee on Aeronautical

ICAF 2009, Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Operational Practice: Proceedings of the 25th Symposium of the International Committee on Aeronautical

By: M. G. Bos (editor)Hardback

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The 31st Conference and the 25th Symposium of the International Committee on Aeronautical Fatigue will be hosted in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, by the National Aerospace Laboratory NLR, under the auspices of the Netherlands Association of Aeronautical Engineers NVvL, the Technical University of Delft and Stork Fokker AESP B.V. These Proceedings will consist of reviews of aeronautical fatigue activities presented by the national delegates of the 14 member nations of ICAF. It will also contain specialist papers presented by international authors with design, manufacturing, airworthiness regulations, operations and research backgrounds. The papers will be based on the theme 'Bridging the gap between theory and operational practice'.

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Preface; ICAF General Secretary & National Delegates; FULL-SCALE FATIGUE TESTING OF AIRCRAFT AND AIRCRAFT STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS: A test concept for future aircraft fuselage panels, by R. Best, Th. Fleischer, M. Gotze, M Sachse and M Semsch; Marker loads for quantitative fractography of fatigue cracks in aerospace alloys, by S.A. Barter, L. Molent and RJ.H. Wanhill; Substantiations of an airborne composite radome mounted on an aircraft dome, by I. Kressel, U. Ben-Simon, M Elyahu, D. Peled, A. David, T. Nachshhon, Y. Gary, M Interator, G. Ghilai and A. Simon; AIRWORTHINESS CONSIDERATIONS: Development of a 'low stress criterion' that eliminate a large portion of the aircraft from damage tolerance based maintenance program for structural repairs required by the new part 26 federal regulation, by Girindra K. Das and Matthew Miller; Damage tolerance philosophy for bonded aircraft structures, by C.D. Runs and R. C. Alderliesten; First diamond: 'Damage tolerance' for the structural honeymoon, by Steve Swiji; Survey of structural repairs and alterations in transport category airplanes, by Michel D. Bode, Walter Sippel and John G. Bakuckas; Enhanced teardown of ex-service FIA- 18A/B/C/D centre fuselages, by L. Molent, B. Dixon, S. Barter, P. White, T. Mills, K. MaxJield, G. Swanton and B. Main; NDI, INSPECTIONS AND MAINTENANCE: Glare teardowns from the MegaLiner Barrel (MLB) fatigue test, by R.J.H. Wanhill, D.J. Platenkamp, T. Hattenberg, A.F. Bosch and P.H. de Haan; 30 Years of damage tolerance - Have we got it right?, by Robert G. Eastin and Jon B. Mowery; Compilation of damage findings fiom multiple recent teardown analysis programs, by Gregory A. Shoales, Scott A. Fawaz and Molly R. Walters; Detection of arrested crack for foam core sandwich structures using optical fiber sensors embedded in a crack arrester, by Shu Minakuchi, Ippei Yamauchi, Nobuo Takeda and Yasuo Hirose; LIFE EXTENSION AND MANAGEMENT OF AGEING FLEETS: Concept of thenew A320 fatigue test, by N. Rojler, C. Peters, 0. Tusch, G. Hilfer and C. Herrmann; The use of composite material strips to extend the damage-tolerance life of integrally stiffened aluminium panels, by A. Brot, Y. Peleg- WolJin,I . Kressel and Z. Yosef; Structural integrity of a wing upper skin with exfoliation corrosion, by Andreas Uebersax, Cyril Huber, Guillaume Renaud and Min Liao; Helicopter structural integrity program of Polish Mi-24 Hind helicopters, by Slawomir Klirnaszewski, Atldrzej Leski, Krzysztof Dragan, Marcin Kurdelski and Miroslaw Wrona; Airframe life extension by optimised shape reworking - Overview of DSTO developments, by M. Heller, M. Burchill, R. Westcott, K Waldman, R. Kaye, R. Evans and M. McDonald; Evaluation, modification and damage tolerance of an in-service aircraft critical area, by R.S. Rutledge, D.S. Backman and R.J. Hiscocks; Procedures for aircraft structural teardown analysis: Development of a best practices handbook, by Gregory A. Shoales; Fatigue lifetime improvement of arrestment hook shanks by application of laser peening, by Mike Leap, Jon Rankin, Jim Harrison, Serena Marley, Lloyd Hackel and Joe Nemeth; ADVANCED MATERIALS AND INNOVATIVE STRUCTURAL CONCEPTS: Design and testing of advanced composite load introduction structure for aircraft high lift devices, by Tamas Havar and Eckart Stuible; Hybrid structure solution for the A400M wing attachment frames, by Matthijs Plokker, Derk Daverschot and Thomas Beumler; Control of crack growth rates and crack trajectories for enhanced fail safety and damage tolerance in welded aircraft structures, by Phil Irving, Yu E Ma, Xiang Zhang, Guido Sewetti, Stewart Williams, Gary Moore, Jorge dos Santos and Marco Pacchione; Durability and damage tolerance of bonded repairs to metallic fuselage Structure, by John G. Bakuckas, Jr., Keith McIver and Ching Hsu; Investigation on the design of bonded structures for increased damage Tolerance, by Iva

Product Details

  • publication date: 26/05/2009
  • ISBN13: 9789048127450
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 1388
  • ID: 9789048127450
  • weight: 2427
  • ISBN10: 9048127459

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