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Course: EAS 4200C, Fall 2009
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Wing-Box Project: Analysis Objective: to estimate stresses at the root of a wing and determine the safety of the wing using failure criteria y hroot ctip croot c/4 chord line b Sweep angle L/2 x Project: Wing-Box Analysis Load estimation The lift, w, over the surface of the entire wing is replaced by a line load (lift per unit length) elliptically distributed along c/4 line Total lift = airplane weight *...

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Wing-Box Project: Analysis Objective: to estimate stresses at the root of a wing and determine the safety of the wing using failure criteria y hroot ctip croot c/4 chord line b Sweep angle L/2 x Project: Wing-Box Analysis Load estimation The lift, w, over the surface of the entire wing is replaced by a line load (lift per unit length) elliptically distributed along c/4 line Total lift = airplane weight * load factor Modeling Cantilevered beam with thin-walled rectangular cross section (croot X hroot) Project: Wing-Box Analysis Bending Analysis moment, shear force, and torque Calculate stress using formulas in Chapter 3, 4, 5 Failure prediction Find material properties and failure strength of Aluminum 7075-T3 Calculate maximum von Mises stress at the root Calculate safety factor (failure strength/von Mises stress) Project: Wing-Box Analysis Individual project Online submission (Project1_SortNo.doc(pdf)) Report must explain step-by-step procedure with equations, figures, and/or tables Will check plagiarism Due date: Starting class of Nov. 11th
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