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NASA/TM-2006-214323, NASA EXPERIMENTAL OBSERVATIONS FOR DETERMINING THE MAXIMUM TORQUE VALUES TO APPLY TO COMPOSITE COMPONENTS MECHANICALLY JOINED WITH FASTENERS (FEB 2006) COMPOSITE COMPONENTS MECHANICALLY JOINED WIT

NASA/TM-2006-214323, NASA EXPERIMENTAL OBSERVATIONS FOR DETERMINING THE MAXIMUM TORQUE VALUES TO APPLY TO COMPOSITE COMPONENTS MECHANICALLY JOINED WITH FASTENERS (FEB 2006)., MSFC center director's discretionary fund final report, project no. 03-10. The objective of this investigation is to develop an initial process for determining the maximum torque values to apply to mechanical fasteners used to join composite components, and select an acceptable nondestructive failure detection methodology to determine composite specimen failure. The intent is to generate a recommended torque limit to apply to composite components joined with mechanical fasteners that designers specify on manufacturing drawings.

TM-214323 Rev. 2006

    
 Status:
Active

 FSC Code:
 CMPS - COMPOSITES TECHNOLOGY

Version:
200602-20062.20 MB NASA_TM-2006-214323

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