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Impact data from a transport aircraft during a controlled impact demonstration
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|Statement||Edwin L. Fasanella, Emilio Alfaro-Bou and Robert J. Hayduk.|
|Series||NASA technical paper -- 2589.|
|Contributions||Alfaro-Bou, Emilio., Hayduk, Robert J., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch.|
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Impact Data From a Transport Aircraft During a Controlled Impact Demonstration Edwin L. Fasanella PRC Kentron, Inc. Hampton, Virginia Emilio Alfaro-Bou and Robert J.
Hayduk Langley Research Center Hampton, Virginia NI SA National Aeronautics and Space Administration Scientific and Technical Information Branch.
Impact data from a transport aircraft during a controlled impact demonstration Author: Edwin L Fasanella ; Emilio Alfaro-Bou ; Robert J Hayduk ; United States. On December 1,the FAA and NASA conducted a remotely piloted air-to-ground crash test of a Boeing transport aircraft instrumented to measure crash loads of the structure and the anthropomorphic dummy passengers.
Over time histories of accelerations and loads collected during the Full-Scale Transport Controlled Impact Demonstration (CID) for the 1-sec period after initial impact. A transport airplane Controlled Impact Demonstration (CID) test is analyzed with program KRASH. Prior to modeling the test condition, supporting analysis of both narrow-body and wide-body transport airplane frame segiments were modeled with KRASH and compared to existing test results.
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