Time-History Analysis Method.

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DOE-STD-3014-96
APPENDIX C
characteristics are closest to the aircraft being considered as a potential missile. The
scaling method is outlined below.
1.
Compute the scaling factor with which the ordinate (force) of the force
time-history curve of the selected Reference 2 aircraft shall be multiplied.
2
w1V1 P1
Sf
(C 6-19)
wV  2P
where:
V1, w1, P1
=
impact velocity, maximum weight per unit length,
and maximum fuselage crushing strength of the
aircraft being considered as a potential missile;
V, w, P
=
impact velocity, maximum weight per unit length,
and maximum fuselage crushing strength of the
selected Reference 2 aircraft.
2.
Adjust the abscissa (time) of the above scaled force time-history curve such that,
for the area under the curve,
A(W1V1)
A1
(C 6-20)
WV
where:
A
=
area under the force time-history curve for the selected
Reference 2 aircraft with total weight W and impact
velocity V;
C-15

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