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Chapter 5 Subsonic Aircraft Materials Development


The present Aerospace Materials and Applications text is the result of an extensive collaboration of the AIAA Materials Technical Committee (MTC) members and invited authors under the leadership of Dr. Biliyar N. Bhat (Bil) of NASA Marshall Space Flight Center (AIAA Progress in Astronautics and Aeronautics Series, vol. 255, B.N. Bhat, Editor, 2018). I personally know Bil has spent countless hours working with all authors and co-authors (I counted there are at least 24 authors and co-authors from the government, industry, and academia) dedicated to complete this time-consuming undertaking that represents the expertise of the AIAA MTC and the aerospace materials community.\r\nThe present volume is focused on documenting the novel processing, fabrication, characterization, and testing approaches that are unique to aero space materials/structures/systems. These aerospace materials/structures/ systems consist of metals, alloys, polymers, polymer matrix composites, carbon/ carbon composites, ceramic matrix composites, as well as advanced nanoengineer-ing materials. It attempts to cover the entire field of aerospace materials in a condensed fashion.\r\nThe scope of this book is to provide both the theory and especially the practice of applying aerospace materials for project managers and technical specialists. The intended outcome of the book is a single repository for all the unique approaches that are taken in validating aerospace materials on the ground and in space. The anticipated audience includes engineers, technicians, and technology managers involved in aerospace materials selection, characterization, modeling, and testing.\r\nThis volume consists of 14 chapters that are summarized as follows:\r\n1. Chapters 1 and 2 provide an introduction that summarizes all chapters (Chapter 1) and aerospace materials characteristics (Chapter 2);\r\n2. Chapter 3 covers materials selection for aerospace systems;\r\n3. Chapter 4 describes advanced nanoengineering materials;\r\n4. Chapter 5 discusses subsonic aircraft materials development;\r\n5. Chapters 6-8 provide detailed discussions on materials for spacecraft (Chapter 6), launch vehicle structures (Chapter 7), and exploration systems (Chapter 8);\r\n6. Chapter 9 covers the thermal protection systems (TPS) and hot structures for hypersonic vehicles;\r\n7. Chapters 10-12 deal with materials relating to aero engines (Chapter 10), solid rocket engines (Chapter 11), and liquid propulsion systems (Chapter 12);\r\n8. Chapter 13 introduces advanced materials for in-space propulsion (Chapter 13);\r\n9. Chapter 14 completes the volume with materials for power systems in space exploration.On behalf of all the authors and co-authors, we wish to express our appreciation to the publications staff at AIAA for their help and guidance, which has been invaluable. We also owe a debt of gratitude to the all the members of the AIAA Materials Technical Committee for their support of this project.\r\nFinally, the AIAA MTC wishes to thank the many expert authors who have contributed their vast knowledge and experience - and valuable time - to the production of the present volume. It has been our pleasure to work with them and learn from them. Without their expertise and dedication, this volume would not have been possible.......

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