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Aircraft Wing Skin Material in Aluminum


Aircraft is now the preferred choice for people to travel, and it has brought a lot of help to people's travel. The structure of the aircraft is mainly composed of 5 parts, the wing, the fuselage, the empennage, the landing gear and the power unit. Metal skin wings are widely used in modern aircraft. The metal skin wing can withstand not only the local aerodynamic force, but also the wing torque and bending moment. Modern aircraft wings generally use web-type metal spars. This spar is formed by riveting flanges and webs. The edge is made of aluminum alloy or alloy steel thick-walled profile, which is used to bear tension and pressure.

The metal aircraft wing skin material is mainly 2a12 aluminum alloy as the raw material. Its function is to provide lift for the aircraft, support the aircraft to fly in the air, and at the same time play a certain role in stability and control. Aircraft wings are equipped with ailerons and flaps. Ailerons can make the aircraft roll, and flaps can increase the lift coefficient of the aircraft. In addition, engines, landing gear and fuel tanks can still be installed on the wings. There are many wing shapes, and the number is also different. Now, with the development of technology, the aircraft has developed into a monoplane.

aircraft wing skin material

The aircraft wing plays a very important role in the overall structure of the aircraft. The wing made of 2A12 aircraft aluminum for wing can well meet the performance requirements of the aircraft and reduce the energy consumption of the aircraft. The 2a12 aluminum plate also has good anti-corrosion performance, so that the aircraft flying in the high-altitude atmosphere can reduce the corrosion of the atmosphere to the aircraft and prolong the service life of the aircraft.

The application performance advantages of 2a12 aluminum aircraft wing skin material are introduced here first. If you need the price of 2A12 aluminum plate, please contact us Haomei Aluminum.

Aircraft Wing Skin Material in Aluminum