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Study of Honeycomb Structure Aero-Engine Casing


Raghavendra D S , Cambridge Institute of Technology ; Manjunath T V, Cambridge Institute of Technology ; Naveen Kumar A, Cambridge Institute of Technology


Honeycomb, Aero-Engine Casing


The accidents are considered as one of the most threatening dangers in daily life. It is an unexpected event that can change people’s life radically. In an attempt to protect the vital resources, equipment and people from those accidents, protective constructions as energy absorbers are involved. The plastic responses and the energy-absorbing performance of structures, particularly under dynamic loadings, are of current interest sin the research community. The present approached work deals with energy absorption of aircraft structures, such as wing or casing during blade off events. The tubular structures are used as energy absorbers and these are employed replace the presently using part. The tubular structures with different cross sections are studied using commercial explicit finite element solver LS-DYNATM, The best suitable tubular structures as energy absorption point of view are considered for further study. Numerical models have been validated through the experimental results of the previous studies, A good agreement between the experimental sand numerical results is obtained.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV6I60138
Published in: Volume : 6, Issue : 6
Publication Date: 01/09/2018
Page(s): 172-174

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