Digital design of heat-resistant dimensionally stable carbon laminate (CFRP) structures

Abstract

Special features of designing heat-resistant dimensionally stable structures are considered. A new design procedure is proposed, in which finite elements are used as a language for describing the load-bearing structure of a construction and the distribution of material in it considering the possibility of setting the desired structure of a composite material. The design task is formulated in terms of nonlinear mathematical programming. A sequence of digital models is used for its approximate solution in the interactive mode. The specific features of finite element modeling of thin-walled structures made of laminated composite material are discussed. The technique is demonstrated using the example of the development of a large-size space telescope body.

About the authors

V. A. Komarov

Samara National Research University

Author for correspondence.
Email: vkomarov@ssau.ru

Doctor of Science (Engineering), Professor of the Department of Aircraft Construction and Design, Chief of the Research and Educational Center for Aircraft Construction (AVICON)

Russian Federation

E. A. Kishov

Samara National Research University

Email: kishov.ea@ssau.ru

Candidate of Science (Engineering), Associate Professor of the Department of Aircraft Construction and Design

Russian Federation

O. G. Laikova

LLC Special Bureau for Design and Technology “Plastik”

Email: opriokr-prg@sktb-plastik.ru

Deputy General Designer for Research

Russian Federation

A. A. Pavlov

Samara National Research University

Email: alex-alex.pavlov@yandex.ru

Engineer of the Research and Educational Center for Aircraft Construction

Russian Federation

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