Finite Element Analysis of Aircraft Wing Using Ribs and Spars
N. Harika, R. Vani
flight segments, aircraft wing, ANSYS, 3D model, life cycle
Aircraft wing structure comprises of skin, ribs, and flight segments. It conveys flight loads and the heaviness of the wings while on the ground. Ribs are connected to the main wings, with focused on skin. The wings are the most significant lift-delivering mechanism of the airplane. The structure of wings may differ as indicated by the sort of airplane and its motivation. This research studies, point by point plan of coach airplane wing structure made by utilizing PRO-ENGINEER WILDFIRE 5.0. The point pressure investigation of the wing structure is done to find out the loads at wing structure. The pressures are evaluated by utilizing the limited component approach with the assistance of ANSYS to discover the security factor of the structure. In a structure like airframe, fatigue failure may show up at the area of high pliable pressure. Life forecasting requires a model for fatigue factor collection, consistent abundancy S-N (stress life) information for different pressure proportions and nearby pressure history at the pressure fixation. The reaction of the wing structure has been assessed to determine of structural strength at the skin, ribs, and flight segments. The 3D model wing structure comprises of 15 ribs and two competes with skin. The front flight has an “I” area and back flight consists of 'C' segment. Stress and fatigue investigation of the entire wing area is done to process the pressure distribution and life cycle at competes and ribs due to the applied weight load, which depicts an interesting and vital correlation.