Improving The Simulation Of Bird Strike On Plastic Windshields
Aircraft and other vehicle windshields are exposed to a wide variety of loads, one of the most dangerous being the impact of solid objects at high velocities. For aircraft of all kinds, a relevant load case is bird strike, happening mostly during the landing and take‐off phase of flight. It is vital that such events do not completely destroy the windshield, which can be made of different materials, for example glass, PMMA, polycarbonate and combinations of these materials joined by rubbery interlayer materials.
|Date ||1st January 2014|
University of Applied Sciences and Arts Northwestern Switzerland|
|Order Ref||bm_jan_14_1 Download|
|Non-member Price || £5.00 | $6.55 | €5.54 |
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