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MODUK - DEF STAN 00-970: PT 4: VOL 2

Design and Airworthiness Requirements for Service Aircraft Volume 2 - Rotorcraft Book 2 (Parts 4 to 6) Part 4: Detail Design and Strength of Materials

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Organization: MODUK
Publication Date: 1 December 1990
Status: inactive
Page Count: 223
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GENERAL

In the detailed design of the rotoreraft, the variety of materials and parts shall be kept to a minimum consistent with structural efficiency and without unduly sacrificing structure weight. The design of parts and fittings shall be such as to facilitate their manufacture in quantity.

Components and items of equipment shall have at least the same factor as the inain structure in all the appropriate stressing cases. Local loads at parts of attachment to the main structure shall be carefully considered to ensure that the main structure is not unduly weakened thereby.

Document History

March 10, 1998
Detail Design and Strength of Materials
In the detailed design of the Rotor craft, the variety of materials and parts shall be kept to a minimum consistent with structural efficiency and without unduly sacrificing structure weight. The...
February 1, 1994
Design and Airworthiness Requirements for Service Aircraft Volume 2 - Rotorcraft Book 2 (Parts 4 to 6)
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February 1, 1992
Design and Airworthiness Requirements for Service Aircraft Volume 2 - Rotorcraft Book 2 (Parts 4 to 6) Part 4: Detail Design and Strength of Materials
GENERAL In the detailed design of the rotorcraft, the variety of materials and parts shall be kept to a minimum consistent with structural efficiency and without unduly sacrificing structure weight....
DEF STAN 00-970: PT 4: VOL 2
December 1, 1990
Design and Airworthiness Requirements for Service Aircraft Volume 2 - Rotorcraft Book 2 (Parts 4 to 6) Part 4: Detail Design and Strength of Materials
GENERAL In the detailed design of the rotoreraft, the variety of materials and parts shall be kept to a minimum consistent with structural efficiency and without unduly sacrificing structure weight....

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