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AERSP_301_HW_6_struc_ide - Determine the distance of the...

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AERSP 301: HW #6 Structural Idealization and Torsion of Multi-cell Sections Assigned: Wednesday, October 7 2009 Due: Wednesday, October 14 2009 Problem 1: Idealize the box section shown in the figure below into an arrangement of direct stress carrying booms positioned at the four corners and panels which are assumed to carry only shear stresses.
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Unformatted text preview: Determine the distance of the shear center from the left-hand web. Problem 2: The idealized cross-section of a two-cell thin-walled wing box is shown below. If the wing supports a counter-clockwise torque calculate the shear flow distribution. The shear modulus, G, is different for each wall of the wing box....
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