Effect of different natural composite material lyres on structural analysis of Aircraft body


Ahmed Salman Hammood1†, Mohammed Helayel Resun Al karaishi2‡, Ahmed A. Taher‡3, Laith Jaafer Habeeb†4


Training and Workshop Center, University of Technology – Iraq, Baghdad, Iraq.

Mechanical Dept., Engineering Faculty, University of Kufa, Baghdad, Iraq.

Corresponding Author Email: 10702@uotechnology.edu.iq,
Mohammedh.alkaraishi@uokufa.edu.iq; Ahmed.abosabeeh@uokufa.edu.iq; 20021@uotechnology.edu.iq

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Composite materials and their application to each part in the aviation sector are one of the key considerations due to the high strength-to-weight ratio, versatile nature, and non-corrosive quality, so that composite material is commonly used in low-weight construction and can also be considered as a suitable alternative to metals. The composite material has evaluated at static load, choosing similar conditions and load but adjusting the layer order. Ansys workbench ACP-pre is used to examine the material. As a result, multiple outcome deformations were observed. The result also shows that the composite 3 illustrations smallest deformation in the z-direction as well as a minimum total stain with a value of 14.265 and 0.1235, respectively