Analysis of the in-Service Failures of Metal Structures of the Aircraft Equipment
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The main causes of fractures of the aircraft structures made of steel, aluminum alloys, and titanium alloys are analyzed. On the basis of the experience of operation of “AN” aircrafts, we analyze the methods aimed at the prevention of fractures of metal parts and units of the aircraft equipment.
Keywordsin-service fracture corrosion fatigue wear fractograms
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