1973-02-01

Use of Honeycomb and Bonded Structures in Light Aircraft 730307

Bonded structures, such as honeycomb sandwich, are becoming an important construction technique in the light aircraft industry. Designers can now select from a vast array of materials to meet almost any design criteria. Some guidelines in material selection, tooling and fabrication methods, and the economics of sandwich construction are presented to aid persons responsible for each of those areas.

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