Vibro-Acoustic Characteristics Of A Sandwich Panel Used In Aircrafts And Other Thermal Environments
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Xiangyang Li currently works at the Department of Astronautic Science and Mechanics, Harbin Institute of Technology. Xiangyang does research in Aerospace Engineering, Acoustic Engineering and Mechanical Engineering.

                       

Vibro-Acoustic Characteristics Of A Sandwich Panel Used In Aircrafts And Other Thermal Environments

A sandwich panel is a multi-layered structure which results from the assembly of two face sheets and a softcore, where the face sheet is relatively thin and has high strength and stiffness while the core is comparatively thick and has a low density. Sandwich structures include honeycomb, corrugated and lattice truss core structures. These structures are widely used in automotive, marine and aircraft industries due to their superior stiffness-to-weight ratio and excellent thermal insulation properties. Hypersonic aircraft structure is not...

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