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Wanhill, R.J.H. (author), Schra, L. (author), 't Hart, W.G.J. (author)
New impetus to continued use of alximinium alloys in major structural areas of aircraft has been given by the development of aluminium-lithium alloys. However, qualification of these new materials for service requires extensive testing and evaluation, preferably in international cooperative programmes. The evaluation of aluminium-lithium alloys...
report 1989
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Wanhill, R.J.H. (author), Jongebreur, A.A. (author), Morgan, E. (author), Moolhuijsen, E.J. (author)
Flight simulation fatigue crack propagation tests on single and double element lugs made from 2024-T351 and TOT5-TT351 aluminium alloys and Ti-6AJ.-UV titanium alloy were carried out. Initial damage was a throughthickness notch at one side of each hole in one element. Results showed that crack propagation lives for double element lugs were much...
report 1981