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Development of composite torsion shaft for the aircraft structure under multiple load condition
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 Title & Authors
Development of composite torsion shaft for the aircraft structure under multiple load condition
Jeong, Jong-Jae; Kim, Seung-Chul; Kim, Jeong;
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 Abstract
The purpose of this development is weight reduction of hollow type steel torque bar by changing the material from steel to composite. Structure analysis is executed by the finite element model generated by the structural load condition and geometric structure requirement. According to this analysis result, optimized ply sequence and wall thickness are defined. To simulate analysis result, torsion test for composite torque bar was performed. Throughout the test result, the stiffness and strength requirement of composite torque bar was verified.
 Keywords
CFRP Torsion Shaft;CFRP Tube;Weight Reduction Shaft;
 Language
Korean
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