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Assemblies made of composites are typically installed by fasteners. Composite structures are made of glass fibers or carbon fibers that have glue that bonds it together in an oven. During manufacture of the composite structure, a metal strip or a rib or a bushing will be attached to it that will allow it to be mated to the airplane or other structure. For example: take a complex helicopter rotor blade. These are usually made by winding long fibers along the length of the blade to form the main spar. Then more fibers are wound around this in a spiral trace from one end to the other. Over this a skin is added and a leading edge shield is attached. At the root of the blade, the first fibers that are laid down are usually wrapped around a bushing that becomes the bolt hole for attaching it to the main rotor hub. The tip of the blade is trimmed off and sometimes a tip cap is added.

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W. Jefferson Stroud has written: 'Optimization of composite structures' -- subject(s): Optimization, Composite structures

Chung Yu has written: 'Robust, Brillouin active embedded fiber-is-the-sensor system in smart composite structures' -- subject(s): Acoustic scattering, Smart structures, Composite structures, Brillouin effect

Donald James MacDonald has written: 'Experimental evaluation of the tensor polynomial failure criterion for composite structures' -- subject(s): Failure, Composite structures, Graphite-epoxy composites, Laminates

Titanium is a metal. we use it for make aero planes structures.

Scott A. Ragon has written: 'Optimization of composite box-beam structures including effects of subcomponent interaction' -- subject(s): Bending, Buckling, Torque, Design analysis, Optimization, Beams (Supports), Panels, Composite structures

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Michael H. Santare has written: 'Continuation of tailored composite structures of ordered staple thermoplastic material' -- subject(s): Composite materials

Stratovolcanoes or composite volcanoes are tall conical mountains composed of lava flows and other ejecta in alternate layers, the strata that gives rise to the name. Stratovolcanoes are also known as composite volcanoes because they are created from multiple structures during different kinds of eruptions.

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The frames of most aircraft are made from aluminium. Wing covering is usually aluminium too. Many parts are now made from composite plastics and even ceramics. Helicopter rotors are usually composite as are some control surfaces on airplanes.

Eric Waihon Cheung has written: 'Buckling of composite sandwich cylinders under axial compression' -- subject(s): Sandwich structures, Cylindrical shells, Composite materials, Axial compression loads, Buckling

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Ivan R. Jensen has written: 'Problems in airplane structures' -- subject(s): Airplanes, Materials, Design and construction

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Composite volcanoes are layered with various igneous rocks and minerals of different types, size, and density. Basaltic lava flows, ash, rhyolite, sulfur, and pumice are all examples of materials used to build these structures.

R. A. Link has written: 'Finite element analysis of composite ice resisting walls' -- subject(s): Ice mechanics, Cold weather conditions, Ocean engineering, Offshore structures, Composite construction, Design and construction

The radome is the cover over the nose of the airplane. Inside of it is the weather radar antenna It is usually made out of fiberglass or composite material so it will not interfere with the radar system.

The airplane in the movie Airplane is a Boeing 707

*Composite structures have some other unique characteristics. There is no yielding or bending point. When the ultimate strength is reached, it simply explodes or disintegrates. Metal alloys on the other hand usually exhibit a definite yield point or point at which some bending occurs before final failure. This allows us to utilize a smaller safety margin when using metals than is possible with composite structures. In other words, we must make the composite structure bigger and heavier to account for the extra safety margin. Composite materials allow engineers to create very complicated structures with reduced weight and increased strength at a lower-cost than can be achieved with some metal structures, but the limitation is usually in the manufacturing or machining methods available and not in the strength to weight ratio. In fact, it is usually possible to create a simple metal structure that is just as strong, stiff, and lightweight as is possible with most composites.

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