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- KurzbeschreibungThe U.S. military requires the ability to rapidly <br>deploy troops, equipment, and materials anywhere in <br>the world. Recent operations have brought attention <br>to the need to utilize austere, unsurfaced, and <br>sometimes sub-standard airfields within a theater of <br>interest. These airfields may require additional <br>taxiways and aprons. One option for the rapid <br>construction of such is airfield matting systems. <br>The focus of the work for this thesis was <br>commercially available airfield matting systems to <br>support large military transport aircraft, such as <br>the C-17. Several test sections with differing <br>strength soils were built with chosen mats tested in <br>an elimination method, using a load cart that <br>simulates contingency loading of one main gear of <br>the C-17. Matting systems were evaluated based on <br>logistical and assembly requirements, and <br>deformation and damage sustained during traffic. A <br>modeling effort was performed to investigate the <br>potential of a simple model to predict the response <br>of these matting systems under full-scale testing.
- AutorChad Gartrell
- Seiten144 Seiten
- Gewicht195 g
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