The aircraft wing may optionally comprise a horizontal tail plane. In this case, the braces are formed from composite material by conventional methods known to those skilled in the art. An aircraft wing torsion box according to claim 6 wherein the support member comprises the front spar, the rear spar and two interposing spars, and three bridging portions, each bridging portion connecting a pair of adjacent spars. The wing box typically extends from a root region which in use is associated with and proximate to the fuselage of the aircraft to a tip region which in use is associated with and proximate to a wing tip. Ref legal event code : EP. Metal sleeves are fitted in the plates.
An aircraft wing torsion box having a front associated with a leading portion of the wing torsion box and a rear associated with a trailing portion. The "torsion box" of a modern aircraft wing structure consist of: Spars - Skin - Longerons and Ribs. An aircraft wing torsion box () is provided, the aircraft wing torsion box having a front associated with a leading portion of the wing torsion.
Pressure in then applied to compress the impregnated laminate into the desired shape.
For example, a portion of wing skin may be in the form of a removable panel.
The interface between the lower wing skinthe spar and the adjacent lower bridging portion is shown in more detail in FIG. Proposed method of damage indication comprises impact indicator breakage. The wing box of Fig.
Torsion box aircraft wings
|Aircraft skin comprises reinforced panel of composite.
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Alternatively, the wing box may comprise one or more braces which extend between adjacent spars. Geodesic distance over spar width measured along single layer between two opposite edges increases linear along single layer length.
Strips are secured to vertices of aforesaid pyramids. A torsion box consists of two thin layers of material skins on either side of a lightweight coreusually a grid of beams. Those skilled in the art will realise that the fuselage and wing tip are not part of the wing box of the present invention.
When monoplane aircraft were first designed, the wings kept shearing off. The torsion box of biplanes creates a closed cross-section and the.
Torsion box of wing from composite
The fuselage of an aircraft consists, among others, of stringers The torsion box of a modern aircraft wing structure consists of Spars, skin.
The support member may have the same general cross-sectional shape along its length although the size of the support member will typically be smaller closer to the tip region of the wing box. Operation continue life pressurized parachutes. One or more of the ribs may be provided integrally with the support member.
Optionally, at least one of optionally more than one of and optionally each of the front spar, rear spar, interposing spar s and bridging portion s extend from the root region of the wing box to the tip region of the wing box.
The examples above demonstrate the use of a support member that has two interposing spars. An aircraft wing torsion box according to claim 5 wherein the support member comprises two or more bridging portions, the bridging portions connecting adjacent spars.
Torsion box aircraft wings
|Brace is located between front spar and interposing spar The aircraft wing may optionally comprise a horizontal tail plane.
The bridging portions are not necessarily the same width as defined by the separation of adjacent spars. The wing box of the present invention may provide a simpler wing box by using a support member that provides support to upper and lower wing skins.
Each rib is attached to a rib-spar post one of which 7 is shown. A conventional wing torsion box comprises separate front and rear wing spars extending along the length of the wing box, with ribs extending between the front and rear wing spars, with separate rib-spar posts being provided to help hold the spars and ribs together.