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The true spirit of delight, the exaltation, the sense of being more than Man, which is the touchstone of the highest excellence, is to be found in mathematics as surely as poetry. Dedication Dedicated to the memory of James R.
Atanasoff, Clifford E. Berry, Elmer F. Bruhn, Hardy Cross, Louis G.
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McCombs, Ernest E. Sechler, Fred Seely, Francis R. Shanley, James Smith, Stephen P. Timoshenko and all of the giants in mathematics, science, engineering and computer science. Charles Ben Basye, Dr. William F. Riley, Dr. Loren W. Zachary, Dr. Charles R.
Mishke, Dr. Howard N. Contents at a Glance 1. Standard Atmosphere It is arguably the most comprehensive book on aircraft stress analysis ever written. While some of the methods are more than fifty years old, the lessons are timeless. This book is a compilation of the mistakes, omissions and typographical errors my teammates and I have discovered in the last two decades. Note the slide rule disclaimer on page A The book could easily be expanded to fill a five volume set.
I would organize it differently Bruhn and the first edition of Aircraft Structures by David J. A lot of subjects are still Greek to me, but in the last thirty years I have learned this much pseudo-Latin: Mange Takk! Thanks to Dr. Howard W. Page A3.
Page A4. Page A5. Roark, Formulas for Stress and Strain, Table Thanks to Frank Dylla. Page A7. Free Body Diagram Shear Flow vs. Position Position Tensile Stress vs. Position psi psi psi psi Tensile Stress Tensile Stress Tensile Stress Tensile Stress 50 50 50 50 0 0 0 0 I calculate the left reaction at , lb vs.
Figure A7. Using Aileron 63, 62, 61, 62, 65, 63, 52, 41, 30, 21, lb A B C , , 50 in 50 in Internal Shear Diagram , , Internal Shear, V lb , , 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 , , , Position, x in Internal Moment Diagram 9,, 8,, 7,, 7,, Moment, M in-lb 6,, 5,, 4,, 3,, 2,, 1,, 0 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 Position, x in 1. Position 1, Simply Supporte d 1, M2 M1 1, 1, Position 1, 1, 3 Moment, M in-lb 1, 1, 2 4 1 0 0 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Position, x in 1.
Thanks to Jim Baldwin. Page A8. Check the signs on the member forces with a white background: Using a percentage will give you the same distribution.
Upper tubes are longer than the lower tubes yet AB and FG are both Arm Moment Avg Ord. Arm Moment Portion y x yx y x yx y x yx 1 The sum of the average ordinate, y is wrong in Bruhn.
Adding up the values in his table yields 8, instead of 8, The last four values in my column for Moment Arm, x take into account the xbar discussion above. The last eight values in the column for Moment Arm, x take into account the xbar discussion above. The last three values in the column for Moment Arm, x take into account the xbar discussion above.
Position 2 2. Position Simply Supported 1, 1, in-lb Moment, M 0 0 0 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 Position, x in 1. Position 0 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 0 40 A Trial Moment, M in-lb Position, x in Figure A Position 0 0 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 A Trial Moment, M Position, x in Figure A Position 0 0 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 -8 40 Position 0 0 0 4 8 12 16 20 24 28 32 36 40 Length Prop.
I use 2. Page A Stiffness Factor, K 0 0. Note the difference between Fig. Thanks to Jeremy deNoyelles. Column 2 … In the equation for Iy, 0.
Thanks to Chris Boshers. Heubert and A. Sommer Thanks to SparWeb on the www. Thanks to SparWeb on the www. Trial No. For stringers in tension 6. Figure B1. Equation 14 is: Page C2. Bruhn meant to use room temperature values see page B1.
It should be 25 inches. Figure C4. They are defined as: Bruhn Table C5.
Thanks to Jim Baldwin and Jeff Schmidt. Page C5. Thanks to R. Page C6. C should be Figures C6. Windenberg Proceedings. The figure should look like … Figure C7. Thanks to SparWeb. Page C9. Thanks to Dave Kubala. It is: From Figure C7. Page C Thanks to Spero Papantos. Methods of Analysis http: Paul Kuhn, James P. Peterson, L. Ross Levin 1. Thanks to Joe Zuklic. Thanks to SuperStress on the www.
From page A This affects the stringer stresses fp max , fp avg and the shear flow in the panels q and q The moment arms, z for the calculation of the first area moment, Q for stringers 2, 3 and 4 should be Page D3.
Peery is another classic book on aircraft stress analysis. Errata — Analysis of Wing Ribs Section 8. Cozzone, M. Melcon and F. NACA T. Niu Airframe Structural Analysis, Figure 4. Part I: Peterson , L.
Ross Levin Figure 13, page Elmer F. Ross Levin Figure 31, page Elmer F. A Summary of Diagonal Tension Part 1. Ross Levin Figure 33, page Elmer F. Stiffeners On One Side Only 0. Weg Gage 0. Curves are approximate. Figure C5. Paul Kuhn Elmer F. L December Figure C Seely James O. Linear interpolation used for values between curves.
Windenberg Proc. Sechler and Louis G. It is interesting to see how cleverly the shift was accounted for in the days of static graphs.
Equation , page 0. McCombs, J. McQueen, J. Perry Fastened-Joint Spring Constants 1. Ross Levin Figure C Melcon and A. NTRS integrates three separate information collections and enables search and retrieval of information through a common interface: NACA Collection: NASA Collection: Citations and documents created or sponsored by NASA.
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Thus, comparison of the NMR signal intensities of compounds in the absence or presence of a protein provides valuable information on the binding properties of a compound to the target protein. B , whereas no signal broadening was observed following incubation with other proteins such as TSLPR and carbonic anhydrase Fig.
The signal broadening effects of 1 by hTSLP were dose-dependent. The Kd value of compound 1 was The line was determined using weighted linear least-squares fit. HDX-MS monitors the exchange between deuterium in the solvent and backbone amide hydrogen, which generally provides information on the binding of a compound to a protein 24 , Deuterium uptake profiles are color-coded onto the modeled structure of hTSLP. Regions showing lower and constant deuterium uptake after binding of 1 are colored blue and grey, respectively, whereas hTSLPR is indicated in green.
B Deuterium uptake level plot of the blue-colored region. The expanded spectra for the amide signals of the residues Tyr 43, Leu 44, Asn , and Arg were presented. Compound 1 is shown as a stick model in cyan color. The key residues of hTSLP interacting with compound 1 were denoted. Surface electrostatic potentials are shown in blue and red color for positive and negative charges, respectively. Full size image Furthermore, we analyzed the binding mode of 1 on the surface of hTSLP using molecular docking simulations.
Computer-aided binding analysis of 1 and hTSLP revealed that 1 was bound to the positively charged pocket Lys 49 and Arg through its hydroxyl groups, and the B ring of 1 interacted with the hydrophobic residues including Tyr 43 and Leu 44 Fig.
Western blot Fig. On day 11 after the first challenge, the mice were euthanized and analyzed for eosinophilic inflammation. Since this model relies on the function of Th2 cells, we measured the number of allergen-specific T cells, which interestingly was not changed by compound 1 treatment Fig.
Figure 5 A Experimental design. On day 11 post allergen challenge, BAL was performed to determine eosinophilic inflammation.