2 edition of General aviation aircraft crashworthiness found in the catalog.
General aviation aircraft crashworthiness
Richard G. Snyder
by AOPA in Washington, D.C. (7315 Wisconsin Ave., Washington 20014)
Written in English
|Statement||[prepared for the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association] by Richard G. Snyder.|
|Contributions||Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association.|
|LC Classifications||TL671 .S569 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 234,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||234|
|LC Control Number||82142311|
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Introduction. The crashworthiness is one of the most important structural design requirement of aircraft in airworthiness regulations, which has attracted more and more attention for the safety of occupant.1, 2, 3 To evaluate the impact dynamic performance of fuselage, the drop test of Boeing aircraft was conducted at FAA William J.
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Fundamentals of Crashworthiness Design • Maintain a survivable volume for the occupants • Restrain the occupants within that volume • Limit the occupant decelerations to.
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