2008
DOI: 10.4028/www.scientific.net/kem.385-387.529
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Abstract: This work presents the enhancement of a pseudo-numerical tool for fatigue crack growth investigations on integrally stiffened metallic panels. The model is based on an analytical approach that demands compatibility of displacement between skin sheet and stiffener. Since the basis model was presented before, the focus of the present work is on the incorporation of residual stress effects in order to improve simulation results of welded panel configurations that are manufactured by laser beam welding or friction… Show more

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“…All scenarios feature stiffened structures, as they are usual in transport aircraft. In this paper only differential stiffener designs are discussed, but this does not limit the applicability of the calculation method; indeed it could easily be extended to integrally stiffened designs [10][11][12]. One crucial characteristic of the three different scenarios is the very dissimilar type of load histories to be expected.…”
Section: Scenariosmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…All scenarios feature stiffened structures, as they are usual in transport aircraft. In this paper only differential stiffener designs are discussed, but this does not limit the applicability of the calculation method; indeed it could easily be extended to integrally stiffened designs [10][11][12]. One crucial characteristic of the three different scenarios is the very dissimilar type of load histories to be expected.…”
Section: Scenariosmentioning
confidence: 99%