HTF7500E Composite Fan Containment Housing SLP SLPPLP Bond Testing Characterization

Project: Research project

Project Details

Description

HTF7500E Composite Fan Containment Housing SLP SLPPLP Bond Testing Characterization HTF7500E Composite Fan Containment Housing SLP & SLP/PLP Bond Testing & Characterization Honeywell is actively engaged in the development of a Fan Containment Housing using composites are the prime construction materials. Honeywell requires detailed material properties for the further analysis and correlation between predictive models and testing results. The Fan Containment Housing consists of a Primary Load Path (PLP) and a Secondary Load Path (SLP) built with graphite/epoxy composites and bonded at their interfaces. Additional non-composite features are integral to the design such as a honeycomb core, abradable materials, aramid, etc the study of which is not part of this effort. The material properties of the PLP have been established using the test method developed by the Adaptive Intelligent Materials& Systems Center at Arizona State University and it is now of interest to establish those of the SLP using the same method. The properties of the bond between the primary and secondary load path is also of interest.
StatusFinished
Effective start/end date11/15/118/31/13

Funding

  • INDUSTRY: Domestic Company: $165,179.00

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