AAE 454 Session 13 - AAE 454 Spring 2013 AAE 454 Lesson 13 AAE 454 Design of Aerospace Structures(Spring 2013 Last Time 3-d principal stresses

AAE 454 Session 13 - AAE 454 Spring 2013 AAE 454 Lesson 13...

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AAE 454 - Spring 2013 ©2013 A. F. Grandt, Jr. 1 AAE 454: Design of Aerospace Structures (Spring 2013) A F Grandt Jr 1 A. F. Grandt, Jr. Room 3235 Armstrong Hall email: [email protected] telephone: 49-45141 Last Time 3-d principal stresses Hydrostatic stress Today AAE 454 – Lesson 13 AAE History tidbits Start buckling 2 Aeronautical Engineering (1920’s) 1921--1st aeronautical engineering classes taught by ME – Prof G. A. Young--head – 25 staff, 603 ugrads, 16 grads • 1921-1941--Aero option in ME 1921-1941--Aero option in ME Aeronautics lab developed in Heavilon Hall • Faculty – Martin L. Thornburg (1921-24) – Elbert F. Burton & Alan C. Staley (1924) – Major William A. Bevan (1926-29) Captain George W. Haskins(1929-37) 3 Professor (Captain) George W. Haskins (1929-37) Born 11 March 1892 1916: BSME Purdue 1917-1922 U.S. Air Service • 1919: First alum to land 1919: First alum to land aircraft on Purdue campus 1929-37: Headed Purdue Aeronautics Division as ME professor Left Purdue 30 June 1937 returned to Air Corps later Civil Aeronautics Board January 1930 photograph Curtiss Robin Aircraft Loan (January 1930) Professor George W. Haskins (left) and Richard Arnett with cabin plane loaned by the Curtiss Services Corp. for class work (-20 0 F) Purdue Wind Tunnel (November 1931) Professors George W. Haskins (left) and Hollister (right) examine wind tunnel
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