publication . Bachelor thesis . 2015

Material selection for an aerospace component

Jönsson, Gustav;
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  • Published: 01 Jan 2015
  • Publisher: KTH, Lättkonstruktioner
  • Country: Sweden
Abstract
In the world of today there is a drive for lighter and more effective products for various reasons e.g. reduced environmental impact, higher payload, fuel efficiency etc. There is also an expanding development of new materials for a large number of different applications. This makes it more and more difficult for engineers to make good material selections. This has led to the development of a large amount of material selection methods that require more or less effort to select material. An effective way to do this is offered by utilisation of material selection software’s like Granta Design CES Selector [1]. A material selection tool may allow you to investigate...
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