CLARKSON UNIVERSITY Department of Mechanical and Aeronautical Engineering AE/ME 350 Aircraft Structural Analysis (Fall 2010) Homework #2 Solution 1. A structural member supports loads which produce, at a particular point, a direct tensile stress of 80 N/m
TorsionofUniformBars Aircraftstructuressubjectedtotorque;needtodetermine resultingshearstressandtwistangle. CenterofTwist ofacrosssectionisthelineaboutwhich crosssectionrotatesduringtwisting,i.e.,u=v=0alongz axis(uandvareinplanedisplacements).
1. Aircraft structures are designed to use every part to its full capability. Leads to shell-like (monocoque) & stiffened shell (semi-monocoque) structures.
2. Major aircraft components (wings, fuselage, tails) are comprised of basic s
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Structural safety with minimum weight is the major criterion for the design of aircraft structures, which comprise thin load bearing skins, frames, stiffeners, s
Introduction to Elasticity
Elasticity - Study of strain - displacement relations, equilibrium equations, and constitutive equations for elastic (not rigid, not plastic) structures. Displacement is the change of position during deformation. p(x , y , z) p(