Aerospace Structures and Materials

Book Series: Frontiers in Aerospace Science

Volume 1

by

Yucheng Liu

DOI: 10.2174/97816810830561160101
eISBN: 978-1-68108-305-6, 2016
ISBN: 978-1-68108-306-3
ISSN: 2468-4716 (Print)



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Table of Contents

Preface

- Pp. i

Yucheng Liu

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List of Contributors

- Pp. ii-iii (1)

Yucheng Liu

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Analysis of Linear/Non-Linear Aeroelastic Response of Supersonic Thick Fins

- Pp. 3-64 (62)

R.D. Firouz-Abadi, S.M. Alavi, M. Rahmanian and H. Haddadpour

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An Analytical and Experimental Investigation into Vibratory Force for Aircraft Wings

- Pp. 65-112 (48)

Xueguang Bi and Yucheng Liu

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Computational and Analytical Investigation of Lateral Impact Behavior of Pressurized Pipelines

- Pp. 113-152 (40)

Yangqing Dou and Yucheng Liu

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Effect of Bondline Thickness on the Tractionseparation Laws of Adhesively Bonded Joint

- Pp. 154-239 (86)

Gefu Ji, Zhenyu Ouyang and Guoqiang Li

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Optimization of Geometric Parameters and Reversing Design Methodology of Investment

- Pp. 240-268 (29)

Yangqing Dou, Yangliu Dou, Kun Bu and Yiwei Dong

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Vibration Induced Fatigue Analysis of Aerospace Structures

- Pp. 269-301 (33)

Murat Aykan and Mehmet Çelik

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Fatigue Life Optimization of Laser Peened Aircraft Components

- Pp. 302-325 (24)

Anoop Vasu and Ramana V. Grandhi

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Prediction of Residual Stress Relaxation in Ti-6Al-4V subjected to Laser Peening

- Pp. 326-353 (28)

Anoop Vasu and Ramana V. Grandhi

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Non-Destructive Evaluation (NDE) of Welded Structures for Aerospace Applications

- Pp. 354-395 (42)

Mohammad W. Dewan, Daniel J. Huggett and Muhammad A. Wahab

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Development of a Remotely Piloted Helicopter for Civil Applications

- Pp. 393-441 (49)

N. Goudarzi, R. M. Ziazi, F. Kermanshahi, S. Sadati, M. S. Sajedi and M. Mohagheghi

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Materials Selection in Design of Structures of Subsonic and Supersonic Aircrafts

- Pp. 442-467 (26)

Zainul Huda

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Potential Aerospace Applications of Carbon Nanotubes

- Pp. 468-496 (29)

Omid Gohardani

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Combination of Carbon Fiber Sheet Molding Compound and Pre-Impregnated, Tailored Carbon Fiber Reinforcements

- Pp. 497-514 (18)

Marc Fette, Nicole Stöß, Jens Wulfsberg, Axel Herrmann, Gerhard Ziegmann and Georg Lonsdorfer

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Design Optimization of Variable Stiffness Composite Structures for Aerospace Applications

- Pp. 515-541 (27)

Mohammad Rouhi, Hossein Ghayoor, Suong V. Hoa and Mehdi Hojjati

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Manufacturing Challenges Associated with the Use of Metal Matrix Composites in Aerospace Structures

- Pp. 542-563 (22)

Tracie Prater

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Subject Index

- Pp. 564-577 (14)

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Preface

This book covers a variety of aspects of design, analysis, and manufacturing of aerospace structures and materials, which include design/failure criteria for aerospace structures, materials selection, manufacturing methods, engineering design and analysis of structural assemblies and components, concurrent engineering, and interdisciplinary design technology.

Challenges that current aerospace engineers are faced with are as follows. First, they must understand the new and existing materials and the level of engineering already applied in their creation. Second, they need to develop a working design by combining material behavior and structural function to meet all the design requirements. Third, an optimum design has to be conducted based on the original working design to address manufacturability and economical constraints. Finally, the durability and longevity of the final structure should be continually assessed.

This book equips aerospace engineers with the necessary knowledge and practical skills to tackle these challenges in an industrial or R&D environment. Readers of this book will acquire knowledge of a broad range of the entire process in the context of the design, manufacturing, and analysis of aerospace structures and components. The readers will also be exposed to advanced research and development in fields directly relevant to aerospace engineering, which will improve our capability to design the next generation of aerospace structures and materials.

Interesting topics that will be demonstrated through this book include: structural dynamics and impact simulation, acoustic and vibration testing and analysis, fatigue analysis and life optimization, reversing design methodology, non-destructive evaluation, remotely piloted helicopter, surface enhancement of aerospace alloys, manufacturing of metal matrix composites, aerospace applications of carbon nanotubes, carbon fiber reinforcements, variable stiffness composites, aircraft material selection, etc. Furthermore, besides aerospace engineering, the topics included in this book also impact a broad variety of engineering areas such as mechanical engineering, materials engineering and science, civil engineering, automotive engineering, computer engineering and science, etc.

The book is intended to serve as a reference for researchers, engineers, engineering faculty, as well as graduate students. Finally, the editor would like to extend cordial appreciation to all contributors for their great support and invaluable contributions.

Yucheng Liu
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mississippi State University,
MS 39762
USA


List of Contributors

Editor(s):
Yucheng Liu
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mississippi State University
MS 39762
USA




Contributor(s):
Anoop Vasu
Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Wright State University
Dayton
USA


Axel Herrmann
Composite Technology Center GmbH (An Airbus Company)
Stade
Germany


Daniel J. Huggett
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge
Louisiana
USA


F. Kermanshahi
Ecole Polytechnique de Montreal
Quebec
Canada


Gefu Ji
Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge
Louisiana
USA


Georg Lonsdorfer
Composite Technology Center GmbH (An Airbus Company)
Stade
Germany


Gerhard Ziegmann
Institute of Polymer Materials and Plastics Engineering
TU Clausthal
Clausthal
Germany


Guoqiang Li
Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge
Louisiana
USA.
/
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Southern University
Baton Rouge
Louisiana
USA


Hossein Ghayoor
Concordia Center for Composites, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Concordia University
Montreal
Quebec
Canada


H. Haddadpour
Department of Aerospace Engineering
Sharif University of Technology
Tehran
Iran


Jens Wulfsberg
Institute of Production Engineering
Helmut Schmidt University
Hamburg
Germany.


Kun Bu
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mississippi State University
USA


Marc Fette
Institute of Production Engineering
Helmut Schmidt University
Hamburg
Germany.
/
Composite Technology Center GmbH (An Airbus Company)
Stade
Germany


Mehdi Hojjati
Concordia Center for Composites, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Concordia University
Montreal
Quebec
Canada


Mehmet Çelik
Department of Mechanical Engineering
SST Division-ASELSAN Inc.
Turkey


Mohammad Rouhi
Concordia Center for Composites, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Concordia University
Montreal
Quebec
Canada


Mohammad W. Dewan
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge
Louisiana
USA


Muhammad A. Wahab
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge
Louisiana
USA


Murat Aykan
Department of Mechanical Engineering
MGEO Division-ASELSAN Inc.
Turkey


M. Mohagheghi
Aerospace Engineering Department
University of Tehran
Tehran
Iran


M. Rahmanian
Department of Aerospace Engineering
Sharif University of Technology
Tehran
Iran


M. S. Sajedi
Aerospace Engineering Department
Amirkabir University of Technology
Tehran
Iran


Nicole Stöß
Polynt Composites Germany GmbH
Kieselstraße
Miehlen
Germany


N. Goudarzi
Mechanical Engineering Department
University of Maryland
USA


Omid Gohardani
Springs of Dreams Corporation
Tustin
California
USA


Ramana V. Grandhi
Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering
Wright State University
Dayton
USA


R.D. Firouz-abadi
Department of Aerospace Engineering
Sharif University of Technology
Tehran
Iran


R. M. Ziazi
School of Mechanical, Industrial, and Manufacturing Engineering
Oregon State University
USA


Suong V. Hoa
Concordia Center for Composites, Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering
Concordia University
Montreal
Quebec
Canada


S.M. Alavi
Department of Aerospace Engineering
Sharif University of Technology
Tehran
Iran


S. Sadati
Sustainable Environment and Energy Systems Department
Middle East Technical University
Northern Cyprus Campus


Tracie Prater
NASA Marshall SpaceFlight Center
Huntsville
Alabama
USA


Xueguang Bi
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mississippi State University
USA


Yangliu Dou
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mississippi State University
USA


Yangqing Dou
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mississippi State University
USA


Yiwei Dong
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mississippi State University
USA


Yucheng Liu
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Mississippi State University
USA


Zainul Huda
Department of Mechanical Engineering
King Abdulaziz University
Jeddah
Saudi Arabia


Zhenyu Ouyang
Department of Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge
Louisiana
USA




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