1979-02-01

Adhesive Bonded Structure of New Pressurized Piston Twin Aircraft 790563

Adhesively bonded structures, that is, metal to metal bonding of cabin and wing skin and honeycomb sandwich panel of pressure bulkhead, are used in newly developed general aviation pressurized piston twin aircraft, Rockwell/Fuji Model 700. This paper presents the design consideration of each bonded structure showing the advantages of bonding, and its quality control procedure used in subject aircraft.

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