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Revolutionizing Aircraft Materials and Processes

  • Spiros Pantelakis
  • Konstantinos Tserpes
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Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-viii
  2. Brian G. Falzon, Robert S. Pierce
    Pages 57-86
  3. Marco Barile, Leonardo Lecce, Michele Iannone, Silvio Pappadà, Pierluca Roberti
    Pages 87-114
  4. George Lampeas
    Pages 137-162
  5. Ronny Sachse, Daniel Fernandez, Yves Klett, Peter Middendorf
    Pages 163-191
  6. Konstantinos Tserpes, Spiros Pantelakis
    Pages 193-230
  7. Xiaosu Yi, Jianfeng Tong, Xvfeng Zhang, Jin Zhu, Xiaoqing Liu, Guijun Xian et al.
    Pages 231-275
  8. L. Guadagno, C. Naddeo, L. Vertuccio, E. Calabrese, G. Barra, M. Raimondo
    Pages 277-302
  9. Konstantinos Tserpes
    Pages 337-357
  10. Georgios Kanterakis, Roland Chemama, Konstantinos Kitsianos
    Pages 359-392
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 393-403

About this book

Introduction

This book addresses the emerging needs of the aerospace industry by discussing recent developments and future trends of aeronautic materials. It is aimed at advancing existing materials and fostering the ability to develop novel materials with less weight, increased mechanical properties, more functionality, diverse manufacturing methods, and recyclability. The development of novel materials and multifunctional materials has helped to increase efficiency and safety, reduce costs, and decrease the environmental foot print of the aeronautical industry. In this book, integral metallic structures designed by disruptive concepts, including topology optimization and additive manufacturing, are highlighted.

  • Presents a dedicated text to aeronautical materials
  • Covers cutting-edge aspects of aerostructure design and processing technology
  • Highlights disruptive technologies such as topology optimization, additive manufacturing, and green manufacturing


Keywords

Aeronautical materials Aerospace materials Aerostructures Composite structures Airframe materials Novel materials Novel manufacturing processes Multifunctional materials Metal alloys Additive Manufacturing

Editors and affiliations

  • Spiros Pantelakis
    • 1
  • Konstantinos Tserpes
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Mechanical Engineering and AeronauticsUniversity of PatrasPatrasGreece
  2. 2.Department of Mechanical Engineering and AeronauticsUniversity of PatrasPatrasGreece

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