Design Analysis of a Machined Part in a Single Step to Replace a Structural Component Assembled through Non-destructive Testing and FEA

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In this study, a design analysis was performed through non-destructive test by rectangular rosette and uniaxial strain gages with FEA, between a structural aerospace assembled component of aluminium and a proposal part machined in one step with the same geometric characteristics. The analysis showed that the proposal part machined in one step has a trend to obtain less strain (0.5156mϵ@46.44N rectangular rosette strain gage, 0.4796 FEA) than the assembled component (0.7012mϵ@46.44N rectangular rosette strain gage, 0.7793 FEA). These findings indicate that the proposal part is a structural element with greater structural stiffness in comparison to the assembled component.

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Mendoza-Muñoz, I., Nuño-Moreno, V., González-Ángeles, A., Siqueiros-Hernández, M., Moreno-Ahedo, L., & Montoya-Reyes, M. (2015). Design Analysis of a Machined Part in a Single Step to Replace a Structural Component Assembled through Non-destructive Testing and FEA. In Procedia Engineering (Vol. 132, pp. 561–568). Elsevier Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.proeng.2015.12.533

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