The symposium on Service Fatigue Loads Monitoring, Simulation, and Analysis was presented in Atlanta, Ga., 14-15 Nov. 1977. The symposium was sponsored by the American Society for Testing and Materials, through its Committee E09 on Fatigue, in cooperation with American Society of Mechanical Engineers, Society of Automotive Engineers, and American Society of Civil Engineers. The symposium was organized by a committee consisting of: P. R. Abelkis, Douglas Aircraft Company, McDonnell Douglas Corp., and J. M. Potter, Air Force Flight Dynamics Laboratory, cochairmen; H. Jaeckel, Ford Motor Company, SAE representative; W. Milestone, University of Wisconsin, ASME representative; B. Hillbery, Purdue University, ASCE representative; and J. Ekvall, Lockheed-California Company; H. Fuchs, Stanford University; D. Bryan, Boeing Company, Wichita.
Abelkis P., Potter J.
State of the Art in Aircraft Loads Monitoring
Berens A., Clay L., Dominic R.
Use of AIDS Recorded Data for Assessing Service Load Experience
de Jonge J., Spiekhout D.
Overview of the C-5A Service Loads Recording Program
Kimberly W., Stanley A., Stone W., Tyson M.
Development of a Fatigue Lifetime-Load Spectrum for a Large-Scale Aluminum Ship Model
Beach J., Birmingham J., Borriello F., Marchica N.
Flight Spectra Development for Fighter Aircraft
Lauridia R., Sandlin N., White D.
Methods of Gust Spectra Prediction for Fatigue Damage
Garrett J., Wilson W.
Derivation of Flight-by-Flight Spectra for Fighter Aircraft
Kaplan M., Landy M., Reiman J.
Test Simulation of Fighter Aircraft Maneuver Load Spectra
Jeans L., Tribble W.
Simulation of Service Fatigue Loads for Short-Span Highway Bridges
Albrecht P., Yamada K.
Paper ID: STP671-EB