Cover: Design Procedures and Data for Sandwich Panel Tests

Design Procedures and Data for Sandwich Panel Tests

Published 1957

by L. E. Kaechele

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A discussion of tests for determining whether the weight advantages theoretically provided by flat, simply supported, honeycomb-core sandwich panels in uniaxial compression are attainable in practice. The procedure for the design of test panels with optimum properties is demonstrated with examples, and design data are given for aluminum and titanium sandwich panels.

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