Fundamentals of Aircraft Material Factors, by Charles E. Dole

Fundamentals of
Aircraft Material Factors

by Charles E. Dole

Publisher:
ISBN-13:
9780891003403
Copyright Date:
1989
Edition:
2nd
Other Identifiers:
JS312646
Pages:
201
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Accident analysis through the understanding of structural and materials failure

Fundamentals of Aircraft Material Factors by Charles Dole: A technical book written for those interested in aircraft accident analysis. This book covers the physical properties of metals and composite structures and is designed to help investigators and others determine the causes of accidents in which material failure is involved. To make a meaningful analysis of an aircraft mishap, the investigator should have a sound knowledge of the engineering principles involved in the design, construction, maintenance, and operation of aircraft.


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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

Design Specifications for Aircraft 1
Loads on Aircraft 11
V-G (V-N) Diagram (Flight Envelope) 23
Metallic Composition 31
Elementary Stress Analysis 39
Stresses from Torsion and Bending Loads 49
Riveted Joints and Pressure Vessels 61
Strain & the Stress Strain Diagram 69
Compression Failures 83
Aircraft Metals and Heat Treatment 91
Composite Materials 103
Stress Concentrations 113
Fatigue of Aircraft Materials 123
Corrosion 141
Nondestructive Inspection 153
Appendix 167
References 197

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Fundamentals Of Aircraft Material... Nov 30, 2013 Piet Hublein Valdosta GA US
  The book is full of advanced math problems and offers very general information (fundamentals). Often resorting to Google searches to help with the course and figuring out what the book is talking about. I believe this book should be updated or phased out for ERAU Mech/Structures course. more...