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Finite element elastic-plastic-creep and cyclic life analysis of a cowl lip
|Other titles||Finite element elastic plastic creep and cyclic life analysis of a cowl lip.|
|Statement||Vinod K. Arya and Matthew E. Melis and Gary R. Halford.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 102342.|
|Contributions||Melis, Matthew E., Halford, Gary R., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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FINITE ELEMENT ELASTIC-PLASTIC-CREEP AND CYCLIC LIFE ANALYSIS OF A COWL LIP Vinod K. Arya University of Toledo Toledo, Ohio and Matthew E.
Melis and Gary R. Halford National Aeronautics and Space Administration Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio Summary Results are presented of elastic, elastic-plastic, and elastic-File Size: 3MB.
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For the stress analysis of the multiaxial cowl lip problem, a finite element model constructed by Melis and Gladden7 was utilized. This model, shown inFigure 2, is made up of solid eight-noded brick elements and has nodes.
The dimensions of the cowl lip are approximately 6 by by in. ( by by cm). Finite element elastic-plastic-creep and cyclic life analysis of a cowl lip by V.
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