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author = {Nguyen, S and Millereux, A and Pouyat, A and Greenhalgh, E and Shaffer, M and Kucernak, A and Linde, P},
pages = {1--12},
publisher = {Engineers Australia},
title = {Structural power performance requirements for future aircraft integration},
url = {},
year = {2020}

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AB - This paper investigates the use of structural power composites in Airbus A220-100 aircraft cabins by integrating floor panels with face sheets made of structural power composites to power the in-flight entertainment system. This application requires a minimum specific energy of 305 Wh/kg and a minimum specific power of 0.610 kW/kg. The static and dynamic loads for which the floor panels must be certified require an in-plane Young’s modulus of 50 GPa, a compressive strength of 225 MPa and a tensile strength of 119 MPa. Structural power composite floor panels are predicted to yield mass savings of 324 kg, annual cost savings of £85,000 per aircraft and annual reductions in CO2 and NOx emissions of 343 tonnes and 1.4 tonnes respectively. However, addressing challenges such as fire-resistance, long term cycling performance and public perception of structural power composites are necessary to enable widespread use of such materials on-board airliners.
AU - Nguyen,S
AU - Millereux,A
AU - Pouyat,A
AU - Greenhalgh,E
AU - Shaffer,M
AU - Kucernak,A
AU - Linde,P
EP - 12
PB - Engineers Australia
PY - 2020///
SP - 1
TI - Structural power performance requirements for future aircraft integration
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ER -