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## Verifying of a fuselage frame symmetrically loaded

The fuselage frame is a principal structural element of the aircraft shell structure, it is important for the following reasons: ensuring a certain shape to the fuselage, establishing an aerodynamic requirements that must be met. Frames used purely to have … Continue reading

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## Fastener modelling in Nastran

This way of modelling presented in this post is one of most used, as it is simple and sufficiently accurate. For the fastener modelling generally is used a Spring type element (CBUSH), and it should be done as Mesh-indipendent, like a … Continue reading