stressed-skin construction

stressed-skin construction
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English-Russian architecture dictionary. 2015.

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  • stressed-skin construction — noun That of aircraft structures in which the skin carries a large proportion of the loads • • • Main Entry: ↑stress * * * stressed skin construction «STREHST SKIHN», a type of aircraft construction, such as monocoque, in which the skin bears all …   Useful english dictionary

  • stressed skin construction — Any construction that relies wholly or in part on a skin with or without reinforcement to carry main loads and provide stiffness and additional strength …   Aviation dictionary

  • Stressed skin — In mechanical engineering, stressed skin is a type of rigid construction, intermediate between monocoque and a rigid frame with a non loaded covering: * Rigid frame: geodesic domes, structures built up of tetrahedrons, early 20th century cars,… …   Wikipedia

  • stressed skin — noun : aircraft construction in which the torsion forces are resisted by shear in the usually metal skin without aid of struts compare monocoque …   Useful english dictionary

  • Unit construction — For the vehicle design where the vehicle s skin is used as a load bearing element, see Monocoque. Unit construction is a term used to describe motorcycle or motor car engine design where both the engine and gearbox are an integrated unit within… …   Wikipedia

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