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NASA/SP-8108, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (STRUCTURES): ADVANCED COMPOSITE STRUCTURES (AUG-1974)

NASA/SP-8108, NASA SPACE VEHICLE DESIGN CRITERIA (STRUCTURES): ADVANCED COMPOSITE STRUCTURES (AUG-1974)., A monograph is presented which establishes structural design criteria and recommends practices to ensure the design of sound composite structures, including composite-reinforced metal structures. (It does not discuss design criteria for fiber-glass composites and such advanced composite materials as beryllium wire or sapphire whiskers in a matrix material.) Although the criteria were developed for aircraft applications, they are general enough to be applicable to space vehicles and missiles as well. The monograph covers four broad areas: (1) materials, (2)design, (3) fracture control, and (4) design verification. The materials portion deals with such subjects as material system design, material design levels, and material characterization. The design portion includes panel, shell, and joint design, applied loads, internal loads, design factors, reliability, and maintainability. Fracture control includes such items as stress concentrations,service-life philosophy, and the management plan for control of fracture-related aspects of structural design using composite materials. Design verification discusses ways to prove flightworthiness

SP-8108 Rev. 1974

    
 Status:
Inactive

 FSC Code:
 CMPS - COMPOSITES TECHNOLOGY

Version:
197407-19744.32 MB NASA_SP-8108

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