|Statement||F. Alva ... [et al.].|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 165885., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-165885.|
|Contributions||Alva, F., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration., Lockheed-California Company.|
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Get this from a library! Advanced manufacturing development of a composite empennage component for L aircraft. Phase III, Final report, Production readiness verification testing. [A Jackson; Langley Research Center.; Lockheed-California Company.;]. Get this from a library! Advanced manufacturing development of a composite empennage component for L aircraft. Phase IV, Final report. Manufacturing development. [F Alva; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.; Lockheed-California Company.;]. Advanced manufacturing development of a composite empennage component for L aircraft. Phase 3: Production readiness verification testing by National Aeronautics and Space Administration NASA. Advanced manufacturing development of a composite empennage component for L aircraft, Phase IV — Fabrication of composite spars and assembly of fin box, Lockheed-Georgia Report LG81ER, Contract NAS (May )Cited by:
The Lockheed Martin X Advanced Composite Cargo Aircraft (ACCA) is an experimental twinjet transport is intended to demonstrate new air cargo-carrier capabilities using advanced composite material.A project of the United States Air Force's Air Force Research Laboratory, it was built by the international aerospace company Lockheed Martin, at its Advanced Manufacturer: Lockheed Martin Skunk Works. empennage (ĕm′pə-nĭj) n. The tail assembly of an aircraft, including the horizontal and vertical stabilizers, elevators, and rudder. [French, feathers on an arrow, empennage, from empenner, to feather an arrow: en-, in; see en-1 + penne, feather (from Latin penna; see pet- in Indo-European roots).] empennage (ɛmˈpɛnɪdʒ; French ɑ̃pɛnaʒ. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Advanced manufacturing development of a composite empennage component for L aircraft. Phase 4: Full scale ground test. NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Jackson, A. C.; Dorwald, F. The ground tests conducted on the advanced composite vertical fin (ACVF) program are described. The design and fabrication of the test fixture.
Early efforts to develop composite primary structures for military and commercial aircraft were limited by the need to provide damage resistance (i.e. the damage created during an event such as impact) and damage tolerance (i.e. the effect of a . L composite doubler installation Overview The best proof that the composite doubler repair technique is viable on commercial aircraft was provided by the installation of a large doubler on a Delta Air Lines L The aircraft (#, S/N Y) was undergoing a heavy maintenance visit (HMV) during the time of the by: 2. Advanced manufacturing development of a composite empennage component for L aircraft. and flight evaluation of an advanced composite empennage component manufactured in a . Suggested Citation:"APPENDIX A: Synopsis of Presentations to the Committee."National Research Council. Advanced Organic Composite Materials for Aircraft Structures: Future gton, DC: The National Academies Press. doi: /