Airframe Stress Analysis & Sizing by Michael C. Niu
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Airframe Stress Analysis & Sizing
McGraw-Hill, Topics discussed include: new vision for future aerospace vehicles and systems, engineering mathematics, units, symbols, and constants, and physical and chemical constants. XXI, p. The aircraft is only a transport mechanism for the payload, and all design decisions must consider payload first. Simply stated, the aircraft is a dust cover. This book represents several decades of data collection, research, conversations with different airframe specialists, plus the author's more than twenty years' experience in airframe structural design.
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Most airframes deal with thin-sheets or shells that may have buckling and crippling characteristics. This course provides a comprehensive background in metallic airframe sizing that combines input from both material strength analyses and hands-on design experience. Practical airframe design depends extensively on experimental or test data that must be correlated with analytical procedure. Discussion focuses on the selection of structural configurations and materials that combine to produce an economic design, while at the same time taking into account the effects of static, fatigue, fail-safe requirements, damage tolerance, and repairability. The sizing methods presented in this course also are intended for those who need rough estimation techniques to support preliminary structural design.