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A study on the direct effect of lightning on structures and systems of aircraft
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 Title & Authors
A study on the direct effect of lightning on structures and systems of aircraft
Jeong, Duckyoung; Yang, Hyundeok;
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 Abstract
Statistical data show that a large aircraft(transport category) is struck by lightning once a year or once per 1,000 ~ 20,000 flight time. The protection design for lightning must be applied to the aircraft because an aircraft is developed on condition that it is absolutely struck by lightning. For the proper protection design, we need to understand direct effect and indirect effect of lightning. This paper described the direct effect of lightning on aircraft`s structures and systems.
 Keywords
Lightning;Direct Effect;Physical Damage;Magnetic Force;Heating;Explosion;
 Language
Korean
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