Composite Structure Finds Its Own Damage

​ German aerospace center DLR has tested a “nervous system” to detect and localize damage in carbon-fiber composite structures. Under the European Union-funded Saritsu (Smart Intelligent Airframe Structures) project, 584 sensors were installed into a 5 x 7-meter (16.4 x 23-ft.) fuselage section...

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