You are invited to submit an abstract for your proposed presentation or training course. Submitted abstracts should enhance the technical discussion of the various initiatives and technology supporting aging aircraft issues while continuing to focus on airframe structural integrity, emphasis will also be placed on those common technologies that effectively support aircraft integrity, equipment reliability and airworthiness in general, and on new developments in military or commercial aircraft integrity programs. Submission of abstracts in these areas is highly encouraged.
Listed below are the tracks for more detailed information.
ASIP execution in a more general sense such as ASIP Master Plan development, establishment of structural design criteria, and results of multiple ASIP Tasks and/or elements. Time-phased scheduling and integration of ASIP tasks for design, development, production, structural certification, and force management of the aircraft structure.
Correlation of analysis with ground and/or flight testing that verifies a structural integrity requirement such as strength, rigidity, durability, or damage tolerance was achieved.
Materials, processes, joining methods, and structural concepts that result in a structurally efficient, cost-effective aircraft structure. This includes topics that focus on advanced composites, additive manufacturing, and other novel M&P, manufacturing methods, etc.
Evaluation of design concepts, materials and processes, cost trade studies, etc. relative to CP&C. Selection of materials, processes, joining methods, finish systems, coating systems, and films relative to CP&C.
Topics related to ASIP Task II analyses such as mass properties, loads, strength, flutter, vibration, acoustic fatigue, durability, or damage tolerance. Topics related to ASIP Task II development testing to include building-block testing. Topics related to ASIP Task III such as full-scale static testing, full-scale durability testing, flight testing, or climatic testing.
NDI processes used for production process monitoring and quality control of structural components to achieve durability and damage tolerance control requirements. NDI equipment, procedures, and processes used for aircraft structure sustainment. SHM system material, geometry, accessibility, failure rates, calibration, self-diagnostic methods, sensor probability of detection and resulting system-level probability of detection.
Loads/Environment Spectra Survey (L/ESS), Individual Aircraft Tracking (IAT), or force management database development, execution, and capabilities.
Risk analysis or assessment used to identify hazard probability and consequence, determine inspection intervals, or reduce economic or availability consequences associated with damage repair.
Structural repair design and analysis, life enhancement techniques such as cold working and laser shock peening, structural part or component replacement with new design, modification programs such as a service life extension.
Other force management tasks not specifically cited above such as aircraft structure teardown inspection, analytical condition inspection programs, flight clearance for new stores or store configurations, or determining when a comprehensive force management update (loads spectrum, durability and damage tolerance analysis, force structural maintenance plan, etc.) is required.
|Abstract Submission||July 22|
|Abstract Notification||Aug 15|
|Final Presentation Submitted||Nov 16|