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 Title & Authors
Study on aircraft fatigue life substantiation method
Kim, Sung Joon; Kim, Tae-Uk;
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 Abstract
This paper reviews and summarizes overall fatigue substantiation method of aircraft. The fatigue substantiation method has been studied using the related regulation and examples of industry application. And the comparisons of fatigue substantiation procedure between safe-life and damage tolerance design have been performed. Fatigue substantiation methods have wide variability depend on design methodology and type of aircraft such as fixed wing and rotorcraft. In this study, fatigue substantiation methodologies have been reviewed using analysis and test methods.
 Keywords
Fatigue substantiation;Fixed wing;Rotorcraft;Damage tolerance;Safe life;
 Language
Korean
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