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Establishment of Aerospace Composite Materials Data Center for Qualification
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  • Journal title : Composites Research
  • Volume 28, Issue 6,  2015, pp.402-407
  • Publisher : The Korean Society for Composite Materials
  • DOI : 10.7234/composres.2015.28.6.402
 Title & Authors
Establishment of Aerospace Composite Materials Data Center for Qualification
Lee, Ho-Sung; Rhee, Seung Yun; Yoon, Jong-Hoon; Yoo, Joon-Tae; Min, Kyung Ju;
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 Abstract
It is well known that the polymer matrix composite materials have good specific strength, making them appropriate for use in transport vehicle. Since the property of composite materials can be obtained only after manufacturing parts, the property depends on greatly on the fabrication process, which is different from metallic system. Therefore, in order to use composite materials for aircraft, the certifying agency requires a robust database with extensive tests and proof of the process unlike metals. Recently developed material qualification methodology by NCAMP (National Center for Advanced Materials Performance) has been accepted by FAA and EASA and can be applied to type certificate reducing time and cost of developing a composite materials database for aircraft application. This paper summarizes a study to establish the composite materials database to apply the NCAMP methodology to composite materials characterization for composite aircraft and to provide the effective materials database through Aerospace Composite Materials Data Center to be approved by Korea Civil Aviation Certification Agency.
 Keywords
Composite materials;Aerospace;Certification;Database;Qualification;NCAMP;Data center;
 Language
English
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