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Standards and Technical Documents - RIVET, BLIND, SELF-PLUGGING, MECHANICALLY LOCKED SPINDLE -- NAS1400Supplier: Aerospace Industries Association
Description: This specification establishes the requirements for procurement of self-plugging blind rivets, with a mechanically locked spindle, which can be installed in assemblies or construction where access to only one side is available. These rivets are intended for use in aircraft structural or similar
Supplier: IHS Product Design
Description: AIRCRAFT SOLID RIVET IDENTIFICATION STANDARD
Industrial Tapes - 3M(TM) Riveters Tape 695W Yellow with White Adhesive, 2 in x 36 yd, 24 per case Bulk -- 021200-67948Supplier: R. S. Hughes Company, Inc.
Description: 3M(TM) Riveters Tape 695W Yellow with White Adhesive, 2 in x 36 yd, 24 per case Bulk. White, 3.3 mil (0.084 mm) polyethylene film tape with a tack-free center window for use in holding aircraft rivets in place prior to and during riveting.
- Width: 50800 µm
Industrial Tapes - 3M(TM) Riveters Tape 695W Yellow with White Adhesive, 3 in x 36 yd, 12 per case Bulk -- 021200-38366Supplier: R. S. Hughes Company, Inc.
Description: 3M(TM) Riveters Tape 695W Yellow with White Adhesive, 3 in x 36 yd, 12 per case Bulk. White, 3.3 mil (0.084 mm) polyethylene film tape with a tack-free center window for use in holding aircraft rivets in place prior to and during riveting.
Supplier: S-B Industries
Description: The patented drill attachment that easily converts cordless, electric and pneumatic drills into blind rivet guns. This innovative new tool allows operators to set up to 14 rivets per minute - twice as many as can be set by standard hand tools. And the new RiveDrill™ is also ergonomically
- Form Factor: Hand Held
- Riveting Method: Compression
- Actuation: Electric, Pneumatic
- Rivet Type: Rivet Nut
Supplier: ESAB Welding and Cutting Products
Description: Features Adapts W-200 torch to oxy-fuel cutting–connects directly to torch handle. Unique piston-type "O" ring seals provide positive leak-proof connections. Ease-on control of cutting oxygen flow for smoother starts. Ideal for work on aircraft, auto bodies and sheet metal fabrications
- Media: Air / Gases
- Application: Welding
- Nozzle Form: Right Angle
Supplier: ASTM International
Description: 3D FEA Simulations to Assess Residual Stresses in Riveting Processes Volume 3, Issue 3 (March 2006) Multiple site damage (MSD) in aircraft structures can be defined by the presence of numerous minute cracks arising at different locations such as rivet holes in lap joints. One source of initiation
Supplier: IHS ESDU
Description: of an idealised condition in which the excrescence was mounted on a flat plate with no pressure gradient, and the application of such data to the real aircraft situation is considered. Corrections are required for the effect of pressure gradient and flow orientation. The pressure gradient correction
Description: Polyken 297 FR - LIGHTWEIGHT CARGO COMPARTMENT TAPE Unprinted flame retardant, linered, fiberglass tape for aircraft cargo compartment seam sealing. Applications Cargo pit applications. Seam sealing (taping) and repair of cargo compartment liners for use on covering pins/rivets where high
- Type: Single-Sided Adhesive
- Thickness: 203 µm
- Carrier / Backing Material: Glass / Fiberglass, Cloth - Woven Fabric
- Adhesive: Rubber
Supplier: National Bronze & Metals Inc.
Description: cracking. Typical Uses for C46400 Naval Brass "Lead Free": BUILDERS HARDWARE: Lock Pins ELECTRICAL: Precision Shipboard Equipment FASTENERS: Rivets, Bolts, Nuts INDUSTRIAL: Welding Rod, Condenser Plates, Structural Uses, Valve Stems, Balls, Heat Exchanger Tube, Aircraft Turn Buckle Barrels, Bearings
- Shape / Form: Wire / Shaped Wire
- Nonferrous Metals: Non-ferrous - Any Type, Copper, Brass or Bronze Alloy (UNS C)
- Alloy: Yes
- Standards / Specifications: AMS, ASTM / ASME, CDA, SAE, UNS
Supplier: Acme Tools
Description: epoxy paint numerals for long wear and legibility - Notched head, reverse rulings and stud markings allow for quick, accurate cuts - Aircraft-style rivets secure blades for long term accuracy - Head is notched which enables cutting a 48" board in one pass while the board is standing on the floor
Supplier: Optimal Handling Solutions
Description: is located on right side on single gates Galvanized for durability Constructed of steel U-channels riveted back to back using aircraft quality rivets and heavy-duty 1 1/2" x 1 1/2" vertical angles Installation hardware included Custom sizes available!
- Type: Other
- Width: 96 to 120 inch
- Height: 96 inch
Supplier: SIE Computing Solutions, Inc.
Description: techniques used in manufacturing today’s commercial and military aircraft. Utilizing an aluminum frame that provides flexibility in size, the frame is assembled with solid rivet technology and reinforced with aluminum outer panels to form a rugged ATR that can withstand the most severe shock
- Mounting Style: Desktop
- Backplane Bus / Standard: VME
- 6U VME / VXI Slots: 5
Supplier: Device Technologies, Inc.
Description: to a panel using rivets or screws and is offered in stock sizes which can be customized to fit many applications. Customized materials, shapes and attachment methods are also available. To learn more, call a DTi Technical Representative today! Applications: Aircraft galley equipment Avionics Bulkhead
- Gasket Type: Sanitary Gasket, Trim Seal, Custom Gasket
Supplier: Twin Discovery Systems, Inc.
Description: Intelligent design that provides style that won't break your budge or your back. Our training tables are 75% lighter than our competition and half the price. These tables have a substructure of aircraft-grade aluminum and a table top surface of pressure-sealed laminate. The aluminum substructure
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Laser Trackers Shrink Aircraft-Sized Manufacturing Problems (.pdf)
Building aircraft has always been a struggle between the size of their components and the need to craft them carefully. More than any other device, airplanes epitomize the concept that "the devil is in the details" because in small errors lies the potential for great mischief such as increased drag
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environments to ensure they. meet the tight mechanical tolerances necessary for secure. flight. For example, certain rivets used for aircraft assembly are
Aerospace Industry Turns to Innovative Fastener Thread to Keep the Mission from Falling Apart
aircraft avionics, clamping onboard generator cables for continuous power, or securing interplanetary satellite instrumentation, inadequate performance from conventional fasteners can diminish or even prevent mission success. While the internal and external threads are often taken for granted
Mechanical fasteners, adhesives, or both are used to join composites. The joining technique used on a particular composite depends on the application and the material composition. For instance, composites used in aircraft are usually joined by a combination of mechanical fasteners and adhesives
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Servosystem deftly handles Airbus wings
With a span nearly as long as a football field at 261 ft, producing a single Airbus A380 wing involves precisely positioning a massive structure to drill, rivet, and bolt approximately 180,000 holes. When the Airbus A380 takes wing later this year, it will be the world's largest commercial aircraft
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Riveted Lap Joints in Aircraft Fuselage
Springer, Berlin/Heidelberg/New York (2011) Hoeppner, D.W., Eliot III, Ch.D., Moesner, M.W.: The role of fretting fatigue on aircraft rivet hole cracking.
ICAF 2009, Bridging the Gap between Theory and Operational Practice
Rivets are classified depending on the shape of the rivet head, for instance aircraft rivets are with: flat head [BN-70/1121-01], countersunk head with the angle of 120° [BN-70/1121-05] 90° and 100°, mushroom head [BN-70/1121-06] an others.
Computer-Aided Design, Manufacturing, Modeling and Simulation II
...Wu, H. Ding, C.L. Zhu and H. Dou First-Order Proportional Modification Parameters for Spiral Bevel Gears Manufactured by Spread Blade Method S.Q. Yu, Z.Y. Wang and J. Tang Analysis on Fatigue for Aircraft Riveting Thin-Walled Components W...
Journal of Aircraft > Diagnostics of Tool-Part Interactions During Riveting on an Aluminum Aircraft Fuselage
Background information regarding aircraft riveting technology is provided in Sec. II.
Framework on robotic percussive riveting for aircraft assembly automation
Aircraft rivets include solid rivets (requiring bucking bar) and cheery rivets (no bucking bars).
Acoustic Detection of Crack in Aircraft Rivet Based on Entropy of Instantaneous Frequency
Acoustic Detection of Crack in Aircraft Rivet Based on Entropy of Instantaneous Frequency .
Motion planning in robotized sensor networks for aircraft rivet inspection
Motion planning in robotized sensor networks for aircraft rivet inspection .
A parametric study of magneto-optic imaging using finite-element analysis applied to aircraft rivet site inspection; T-MAG Nov 06 3737-3744 Zhiyong Yuan, Jinliang He, Rong Zeng, Bo Zhang, Weiyuan Chen, and Shuiming Chen.
AIAA Journal > Analytical and Finite Element Modeling of Riveted Lap Joints in Aircraft Structure
Implication of unequal rivet load distribution in the failures and damage tolerant design of metal and composite civil aircraft riveted lap joints.
Fretting in Aerospace Structures and Materials
 Hoeppner, D. W., Elliot, C. B., III, and Moesser, M. W., "The Role of Fretting Fatigue on Aircraft Rivet Hole Cracking," DOT/FAA/AR-96/10, Federal Aviation Administration, Salt Lake City, UT, 1996.