Contin. A -:THEORY and PRACTICE PART 601 www.ejgaviation.com NATURE OF LOADING Joanna and Jozef Grajek, P.E., P.Eng.,M.ASCE Contin. B-Engineers perform tests to make certain that the products they design withstand various loads and conditions. Contin. C- Engineers consider important factors such as cost, efficiency, reliability, and safety when designing the products. Contin. D-Load Factors and Airplane Design and Airfield Pavement Design Respectively. Contin. E-Non-Perpendicular Forces Acting on Airfield Pavements The structure of the aircraft must be strong enough to carry all the loads to which it might be subjected, including the repeated small to medium loads experienced in normal flight and the big loads experienced during extreme conditions. To fly ,an airplane’s exterior must have an aerodynamic shape. Into this shape must be fitted members having a high strength –to-weight ratio that are capable of sustaining the forces necessary to balance the airplane in flight. Airplanes are generally designed for a specific purpose that dictates the structural design required. The airplane structure must be capable of withstanding much more force than the imposed by its own weight. When the purpose of a particular design is established, the designers provide structures according to strict standards established by aviation authorities to ensure the safety.
DESIGN and EDUCATION, ENGINEERS APPLY PHYSICAL and CHEMICAL LAWS and PRINCIPLES ALONG WITH MATHEMATICS TO DESIGN PRODUCTS AND SERVICES THAT CIVIL and MILITARY CLIENTS USE IN EVERYDAY LIVES and OPERATIONS. THEORY and PRACTICE PART 601 NATURE OF LOADING Joanna and Jozef Grajek, P.E., P.Eng. Individually Developed Approach to Design Problem. Evaluation of Existing Design Cases. Important Factors. Published at www.ejgaviation.com#design #aircraft#airfield pavements structureV