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Crashworthy evaluation of a 1/5-scale model composite fuselage concept
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, Va, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||Karen E. Jackson and Edwin L. Fasanella.|
|Series||NASA/TM -- 1999-209132., NASA technical memorandum -- 209132.|
|Contributions||Fasanella, Edwin L., Langley Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
Energy absorption structures design of civil aircraft to improve crashworthiness - Volume Issue - Y. Ren, J. Xiang E.L. Crashworthy evaluation of a 1/5 scale model composite fuselage concept, NASA/TM, Energy absorption structures design of civil aircraft to improve crashworthiness. Y. Ren and J. Xiang (a1)Cited by: 7. and cost-effective crashworthy fuselage concept for light aircraft and rotorcraft (Refs. 1Œ3). The composite fuselage concept, shown schematically in Fig. 2, was designed to meet structural and flight loads requirements and to provide improved crash protection. During the first year of the re-search program, a 1/5-scale model composite.
55th American Helicopter Society International Annual Forum Montreal, Quebec, Canada 25 – 27 May Rotor Fuselage Interaction: Crashworthy Evaluation of a 1/5-Scale Model Composite Fuselage Concept. In the present paper, advanced numerical methodologies have been adopted to investigate the influence of impact angle on the crashworthiness behavior of a composite fuselage section. The analyzed fuselage section, made of unidirectional fiber-reinforced material, woven fabric material, and aluminum material, is representative of a regional aircraft by: 2.
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A 1/5-scale model composite fuselage concept for light aircraft and rotorcraft has been developed to satisfy structural and flight loads requirements and to satisfy design goals for im-proved crashworthiness.
The 1/5-scale model fuselage consists of a relatively rigid upper sec-tion which forms the passenger cabin, a stiff struc. A 1/5-scale model composite fuselage concept for light aircraft and rotorcraft has been developed to satisfy structural and flight loads requirements and to satisfy design goals for improved.
CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): A 1/5-scale model composite fuselage concept for light aircraft and rotorcraft has been developed to satisfy structural and flight loads requirements and to satisfy design goals for improved crashworthiness. The 1/5-scale model fuselage consists of a relatively rigid upper section which forms the passenger cabin, a.
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Crashworthy Evaluation of a 1/5-Scale Model Composite Fuselage Concept Karen E. Jackson, NASA Langley Research Center; Edwin L. Fasanella, NASA Langley Research Center Your Path: Home > Crashworthy Evaluation of a 1/5-Scale Model Composite Fuselage ConceptCited by: Crashworthy Evaluation of a 1/5-Scale Model Composite Fuselage Concept A 1/5-scale model composite fuselage concept for light aircraft and rotorcraft has been developed to satisfy structural and flight loads requirements and to satisfy design goals for improved crashworthiness.
The 1/5-scale model fuselage consists of a relatively rigid Author: Karen E. Jackson and Edwin L. Fasanella. Development of a Crashworthy Composite Fuselage Concept for a Commuter Aircraft J.F.M.
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Lepage. Vertical Drop Test of Composite Fuselage Section of a Regional Aircraft. Development of a crashworthy subfloor concept for a commuter aircraft. Evaluation of Test/Analysis Correlation Methods for Crash Applications. Human factors evaluation of the HL full-scale by: Model Composite Fuselage Concept.
1/5-scale model composite fuselage was the analytical predictions is shown in Figure 15 “Crashworthy Evaluation of a 1/5 Scale Model Composite a Crashworthy Composite Fuselage Section with 15页 免费 Numerical simulation of. The test article consists of a composite fuselage section with a diameter of mm and a total length of mm.
It includes all main structural components, the passengers, and the cargo floor structure. Fuselage section has been also equipped with an aeronautical three-seat : L. Di Palma, F. Di Caprio, A. Chiariello, M. Ignarra, S.
Russo, A. Riccio, A. De Luca, F. Caputo. of the 1/5-scale model fuselage concept. The upper section of the fuselage is fabricated using a composite sandwich construc- tion with a in.-thick, closed-cell 3-lb/ft 3 polyurethane foam. A m/s vertical drop simulate of a full composite fuselage section was conducted with energy-absorbing floor to evaluate the crashworthiness features of the fuselage section and to predict its dynamic response to dummies in future.
The m diameter fuselage section consists of a high strength upper fuselage frame, one stiff structural floor and an energy-absorbing subfloor constructed of Author: Hai Bo Luo, Ying Yan, Xiang Ji Meng, Tao Tao Zhang, Zu Dian Liang. During the first year of the research program, a er, 1/5-scale model composite fuselage was de-signed, fabricated, and tested to verify structural andflight-load requirements .
During the second year ofthe research program, energy-absorbing subfloor configu-rations were evaluated using quasi-static testing and finite.
The development of the fuselage concept is described including the fabrication of a in. diameter full-scale fuselage section that is manufactured using a composite sandwich construction.
Drop tests of the fuselage section were performed at in/s vertical velocity for both 0°- and 15°-roll impact attitudes to evaluate the crashworthy Cited by: Crashworthiness Analysis and Evaluation of Fuselage Section with Sub-floor Composite Sinusoidal Specimens.
L., (). Development of a scale model composite fuselage concept for improved crashworthiness. Journal of Aircraft 38(1): Development of a crashworthy composite fuselage concept for a commuter aircraft, NLR-TP Cited by: 8.
crashworthy composite commercial aircraft fuselages, a 2 frames section based on the A EVALUATION OF FINITE ELEMENT MODELLING METHODOLOGIES FOR THE DESIGN OF CRASHWORTHY COMPOSITE COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT FUSELAGE F.E. Model of the Fuselage Section – CRASURV Results of the CEAT crash test.
Evaluation of finite element modelling methodologies for the design of crashworthy composite commercial aircraft fuselage.
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Jackson KE, Fasanella EL, Crashworthy evaluation of a 1/5-scale model composite fuselage concept, NASA/TM, ARL-MR, US Army Research Laboratory, Vehicle Technology Centre Langley Research Centre, Hampton, Virginia, April Cited by: achieved by the development of crashworthy composite fuselages.
The present work develops further the theme and presents an innovative composite fuselage section concept that besides its added crashworthiness features represents a great potential for weight and manufacturing costs reduction. The objective is to attend the design. Crashworthy evaluation of a 1/5-scale model composite fuselage concept.
NASA/TM,ARLMR,USArmyResearch Laboratory,LangleyResearchCentre,Hampton,Virginia, (). Finite elementsimulationofafull-scalecrashtestofacomposite helicopter. the 1/5-scale model fuselage section, lead masses, and acceler-ometers was lbs. From a scaling perspective, the weight of the 1/5-scale fuselage section should equal the weight of the full-scale fuselage section (1, lbs.) divided by 53, orwhich is lbs.
Thus, the 1/5-scale model fuselage section is lbs. heavier than by: 5.This methodology is implemented in a computer code IPACS (integrated probabilistic assessment of composite structures). A fuselage-type composite structure is analyzed to demonstrate the code's capability. The probability distribution functions of the buckling loads, natural frequency, displacement, strain and stress are by: fuselage and a composite fuselage is also presented showing the less weight advantage of the composite fuselage.
This paper presents, as an example, the solutions of the structures design of a fuselage for a 30 seats commercial aircraft. Among the solutions are the interior layout and cross section definition, initial geometric and weight File Size: KB.