3 edition of Thermal structures and materials for high-speed flight found in the catalog.
Thermal structures and materials for high-speed flight
by American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics in Washington, DC
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Earl A. Thornton.|
|Series||Progress in astronautics and aeronautics,, v. 140|
|Contributions||Thornton, Earl A. 1936-|
|LC Classifications||TL507 .P75 vol. 140, TL551.5 .P75 vol. 140|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||547 p. :|
|Number of Pages||547|
|LC Control Number||93116400|
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Complete coverage of aircraft design, manufacturing, and maintenance Aircraft Materials and Analysis addresses aircraft design, mechanical and structural factors in aviation, flight loads, structural integrity, stresses, properties of materials, compression, bending, and aircraft fatigue. Detailed analysis of the failure process is provided. Conference topics cover High-Speed Missions and Vehicles, Propulsion Systems and Components, Thermal, Energy and Management Systems, Guidance & Control Systems, Materials and Structures, High-Speed Aerodynamics and Aerothermodynamics, Testing & Evaluation, Operation and Environment, Hypersonic Fundamentals and History.
thermoelasticity as applied to structural and mechanical systems. Concepts of heat transfer necessary to derive temperature distributions in structures will also be presented. The course will also deal with isotropic (e.g., metallic) and anisotropic (e.g., composite materials) thermal structures. TENTATIVE COURSE OUTLINE. Lecture Date Topic. Structure thermal modal calculation The thermo-solid coupling simulation progresses use CFD/CSD method. Aerothermodynamics: A Tutorial Discussion in Thermal Structures and Materials for High-speed Flight, AIAA, , Ch. 1, pp.  Bisplinghoff, R.L., "Some Structural and Aeroelastic Considerations of High-Speed Flight," Journal of.
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Description. This excellent book presents recent research and development in aerothermodynamics, advanced light metals and composites, thermal structures, materials performance and failure criteria, and intelligent processing of materials, as they relate to high-speed flight.
Researchers and designers of aerospace vehicles for high-speed flight, as well as materials scientists, will find this text a. Presenting recent advances in technology for high temperature structures and materials, this book will be of great interest to engineers and material scientists working on advanced aeronautics and astronautics projects that involve elevated by: 5.
Summary: This text presents recent research and development in aerothermodynamics, advanced light metals and composites, thermal structures, materials performance and failure criteria, and intelligent processing of materials, as they relate to high-speed flight.
Thermal structures and materials for high-speed flight. Washington, D.C.: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics,  (DLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Earl A Thornton.
Thornton, E A. Thermal structures and materials for high-speed flight; Collection of Papers of the 1st Thermal Structures Conference, University of Virginia. The present conference discusses aerobrake-maneuver vehicle aerothermodynamics, aerothermal issues in the structural design of high speed vehicles, laser surface-alloying of superlight metals with ceramic surfaces, high-temperature Al alloys for supersonic and hypersonic vehicles, advanced metallics for high temperature airframes, novel materials for engine applications, and the development.
As aircraft flight speeds have increased and orbital missions have mandated complex space structures, the need for a deeper understanding of aerospace thermal structural behavior has grown.
The purpose of this book is to study the basic problems of complex computer analyses as they relate to this behavior. Description: This text presents recent research and development in aerothermodynamics, advanced light metals and composites, thermal structures, materials performance and failure criteria, and intelligent processing of materials, as they relate to high-speed flight.
Researchers and designers of aerospace vehicles for high-speed flight, as well as materials scientists, should find this text valuable. Light thermal structures and materials for high speed flight. The purpose of this paper is to describe computational and experimental research programs underway at the Light Thermal Structures Center focused on the investigation of the response of structures and materials to local heating.
In the first part of the paper, finite element. Thermal Structures for Aerospace Applications. Earl A. ThorntonUniversity of Virginia £ Keywords Aerospace, Publication, Thermal performance.
As aircraft flight speeds have increased and orbital missions have mandated complex space structures, the need for a deeper understanding of aerospace thermal structural.
High Temperature Structures and Materials is a compilation of the proceedings of the Third Symposium on Naval Structural Mechanics held at Columbia University in New York on JanuaryThe symposium provided a forum for discussing structural mechanics under conditions of.
In addition to mechanical load conditions encountered in flight, designers must also account for thermal expansion effects and thermal expansion mismatches between adjacent structures.
Current methods can model expected loads, but the thermal environment and heat-transfer characteristics must be well understood to provide complete information. The DARPA/Air Force Falcon program is planning to flight test several hypersonic technology vehicles (HTV) in the next several years.
A Materials Integrated Product Team (MIPT) was formed to lead the development of key thermal protection system (TPS) and hot structures technologies. The technologies being addressed by the MIPT are in the following.
He has also written twelve hardcover books. Three of them– Colonies in Space (), Toward Distant Suns () and. The Man-Made Sun ()-have been alternate selections of the Book-of-the-Month Club.
His. Turbulent Skies (), a history of commercial aviation, is part of the Technology Book Series of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. Through these ground tests, the thermal condition subjected to the material and structure of aircraft during high-speed flight can be simulated to analyze the influence of the mechanical parameters, such as the thermal stress and thermal deformation of the aircraft and the thermal expansion of the structure, on the material and structure of.
Presenting recent advances in technology for high-temperature structures and materials, this book should be of interest to engineers and material scientists working on advanced aeronautics and astronautics projects that involve elevated temperatures. Author/Creator: Thornton, Earl A.
(Earl Arthur), Publication: Reston, Va.: American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, c Series. structural design included the evolution of design loads. The Orbiter structure was designed to an early set of loads and conditions and certified to a later set.
The shuttle achieved first-flight readiness through a series of localized structural modifications and operational flight constraints.
During the early design phase, computer analyses. Analysis of Thermal Structures --Numerical Modeling of a Cryogenic Fluid within a Fuel Tank --Thermocryogenic Buckling and Stress Analyses of a Partially Filled Cryogenic Tank Subjected to Cylindrical Strip Heating --Random Vibration of Thermally Buckled Plates --On Thermally-Induced Vibrations of Structures in Space --Transient Thermal.
Glass DE, Camarda CJ () Preliminary thermal/structural analysis of a carbon/carbon refractory- metal heat-pipe-cooled wing leading edge [M]. Thermal structures and materials for high-speed Flight. In: Thornton EA (ed) Progress in astronautics and aeronautics.
AIAA, New York, pp. A simple finite element model that treated the vapor as an equivalent, high thermal conductivity material was in good agreement with these experiments. The model is then used to design a niobium alloy-lithium system that is shown to be suitable for enthalpy conditions representative of Mach 7 scramjet-powered flight.Earl A.
Thornton is the author of Thermal Structures and Materials for High-Speed Flight ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Thermal /5(9).
The load profiles that are representative of in-flight high-speed loading conditions have been evaluated. Thermal loads due to aerodynamic heating include laminar, turbulent, and transitional (laminar to turbulent) heat fluxes applied on the outer surface of the panel.
One- and two-directional graded panels are studied using finite element.