Australian Defense Scientists Study Composites Damage Growth
MELBOURNE, Australia—Australian defense scientists are trying to nail down what happens if aircraft are kept in service with composite structural damage that exceeds the conservative allowances set by manufacturers. Armed with the eventual results of the work, operators such as Royal Australian Air...
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