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Module I: Aerospace Structures and Materials uses (6hrs)
monocoque, semimonocoque, corrugated, sandwich structure, reinforced and honeycomb structures, aerospace materials, metallic and non metallic materials, use of aluminum alloy, titanium, stainless steel, composite and ceramic materials.
Module II: ANALYSIS OF WINGS (5hrs)
Basics of aircraft components and functions of parts, Construction concepts for wing, control surfaces and tail plane. Analysis of multi‐cell wing structures for bending, shear and torsional loads. Method of successive approximation, analysis of ribs, cut outs in wings.
Module III: ANALYSIS OF FUSELAGE (4hrs)
Construction concepts for fuselage, Analysis of fuselage structures for bending, shear and torsional loads. Analysis of fuselage frames, cut outs in fuselages.
Module IV: ANALYSIS OF WING SPAR (5hrs)
Types of spar construction, diagonal tension concept, semi‐diagonal tension concept, design of spar web: shear resistant, diagonal tension, semi‐diagonal tension web. Analysis of parallel and tapered spar.
Module VI: AIRCRAFT FITTINGS AND CONNECTIONS (6 hrs)
Types of aircraft fittings, Wing to spar attachments, Single bolt fittings, Multi bolt fittings, Bolt group analysis, Shear, bending and tensile failures of bolts, Analysis of lugs to normal and oblique loadings. Riveted connections and strength of rivets.
Module VII: V-N DIAGRAM WITH GUST LOAD(3 hrs)
Loads on an aircraft for different condition, V-n diagram,
Source of reference; NSQF
titanium, stainless steel
analysis of ribs, cut outs in wings, Method of successive approximation
Analysis of fuselage frames, cut outs in fuselages
Types of spar construction
design of spar web: shear resistant
design of spar web: diagonal tension and semi-diagonal tension web
Analysis of parallel and tapered spar
Shear, bending and tensile failures of bolts