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Material Distribution Optimization for the Shell Aircraft Composite Structure

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One of the main goal in aircraft structures designing isweight decreasing and stiffness increasing. Composite structures recently became popular in aircraft because of their mechanical properties and wide range of optimization possibilities.Weight distribution and lay-up are keys to creating lightweight stiff strictures. In this paperwe discuss optimization of specific structure that undergoes the non-uniform air pressure at the different flight conditions and reduce a level of noise caused by the airflowinduced vibrations at the constrained weight of the part. Initial model was created with CAD tool Siemens NX, finite element analysis and post processing were performed with COMSOL Multiphysicsr and MATLABr. Numerical solutions of the Reynolds averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) equations supplemented by k-w turbulence model provide the spatial distributions of air pressure applied to the shell surface. At the formulation of optimization problem the global strain energy calculated within the optimized shell was assumed as the objective. Wall thickness has been changed using parametric approach by an initiation of auxiliary sphere with varied radius and coordinates of the center, which were the design variables. To avoid a local stress concentration, wall thickness increment was defined as smooth function on the shell surface dependent of auxiliary sphere position and size. Our study consists of multiple steps: CAD/CAE transformation of the model, determining wind pressure for different flow angles, optimizing wall thickness distribution for specific flow angles, designing a lay-up for optimal material distribution. The studied structure was improved in terms of maximum and average strain energy at the constrained expense ofweight growth. Developed methods and tools can be applied to wide range of shell-like structures made of multilayered quasi-isotropic laminates.
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otrzymano
2016-05-26
zaakceptowano
2016-06-10
online
2016-09-20
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  • South Center of Russian Academy, 344006, Tchekhov str., 41, Rostov on Don, Russia; Southern Federal University, 344090, Milchakov str., 8A, Rostov on Don, Russia
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  • South Center of Russian Academy, 344006, Tchekhov str., 41, Rostov on Don, Russia; Southern Federal University, 344090, Milchakov str., 8A, Rostov on Don, Russia
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  • Southern Federal University, 344090, Milchakov str., 8A, Rostov on Don, Russia
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  • Mil Moscow Helicopter Plant, Rostov Branch, 344038, Novatorov str., 5, Rostov on Don, Russia; Don State Technical University, 344000, Gagarin sq., 1, Rostov on Don, Russia
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bwmeta1.element.doi-10_1515_cls-2016-0017
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