Questions tagged [aerospace-materials]

Asp materials are materials, frequently metal alloys, that have either been developed for, or have come to prominence through, their use for aerospace purposes.

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Did the Phantom F-4 contain “polychron” or other synthetic materials as a replacement for rubber circa 1969?

update: In order to make it easier to answer this question, use of "synthetic materials as a replacement for rubber circa 1969" in any aircraft might be good enough. Michael Crichton's 1969 ...
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What material is used on the wing surface of this airplane?

This is one of the Redbull's 2015 Flugtag contestants; I was wondering what material is used on the wing surface of this airplane? video here.
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Which connector and cables are recommended for CAN?

Which mechanical connector(s) and cable(s) is/are recommended to arrange a Controller Area Network (CAN) bus communication or its aerospace counterpart ARINC 826 in the aerospace industry (civil & ...
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How do composite aero structures compare against metallic structures in crash resistance?

is there any information available comparing the difference in crash resistance between composite mainly carbon or fiberglass polymers etc vs conventional metallic mainly aluminum aircraft structures.
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On a small/micro jet engine, can the turbine blades and vanes be made out of ceramic?

I am researching on how to make a small jet engine, and trying to figure out the materials for rotor and stator blades just after the combustion chamber so that they can hold up to the temperatures ...