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It is also discussed in Chapter 5, where some strategies to ameliorate this mismatch are identified. 3 Integrated Computational Materials Engineering (ICME) ICME, and its development over the past 10 years, is discussed in detail in the next section, under the review of earlier reports. ICME tools are discussed further in Chapter 5. 1) in vehicle design. For ICME, the “system” is the set of manufacturing processes, materials systems and engineering applications. 18 Efficiency can take the form of reduced development time, reduced development costs, or better matching of materials and needs.
1, October, pp. 29-39. , and Bruce K. Fink. ” Presented at the RTO AVT Specialists’ Meeting on “Low Cost Composite Structures,” held in Loen, Norway. May 711. Published in RTO-MP-069(II). H. Jouin, and A. S. Llanos. 2010 Durability and Damage Tolerance Enhancement Feature and Life Prediction Methodology for the Apache Composite Main Rotor Blade (CMRB) Root-end Fitting, American Helicopter Society 66th Annual Forum, Phoenix, Arizona. May 11-13. PREPUBLICATION COPY SUBJECT TO EDITORAL CHANGE TO BE RELEASED ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2011 AT 9:00 AM Copyright © National Academy of Sciences.
Moreover, the suite of sensors they carry is becoming increasingly expensive. UAV designers will need to begin paying as much attention to risk as designers of manned aircraft. This risk tolerance must be traded off against the performance requirements for vehicles such as high-altitude, longendurance UAVs (HALE), where risk increases if design margins are reduced to achieve the lowest possible density, but flight over populated areas drives a desire for reduced risk. Generally speaking, lightweighting of military aircraft will therefore need to be done with an eye to retaining or improving survivability.