TY - JOUR

T1 - Correction to

T2 - AIAA Science and Technology Forum and Exposition, AIAA SciTech Forum 2022

AU - Daghighi, Shahrzad

AU - Zucco, Giovanni

AU - Weaver, Paul

N1 - Publisher Copyright:
© 2022, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Inc, AIAA. All rights reserved.

PY - 2022

Y1 - 2022

N2 - 2-In Section V, on page 9, the text below Table 2: “As shown in this table, values of μ are smaller for the designed VAT structures in comparison with other unidirectional composite structures. In particular, when ΔT= 0°C, the unidirectional constant stiffness structure with θ1 = 45° has the lowest value of bending states. For ΔT= 50°C, the unidirectional constant stiffness structure with θ1 = 90° has the lowest value of μ representing the bending states. Finally, for ΔT= 100°C, the unidirectional constant stiffness structure with θ1 = 15° has the lowest bending states in comparison with other constant stiffness composite structures. Fig. 5 shows the contour plots of χ for VAT designed structures in comparison with the unidirectional constant stiffness structures developing the largest and the smallest values of bending. Fig. 5 shows the contour plots of X for VAT designed structures in comparison with the unidirectional constant stiffness structures developing the largest and the smallest values of bending. Fig. 5 shows that bending can be suppressed by tailoring the stiffness using the VAT technique. Furthermore, increasing the thermal load (ΔT) increases the bending level in the structure.” should be changed as follows: “As shown in this table, values of μ are smaller for the designed VAT structures in comparison with other unidirectional composite structures. Moreover, for different ΔT, unidirectional constant stiffness structures with θ1 = 45° have the lowest values of μ representing the bending states. Fig. 5 shows the contour plots of X for VAT designed structures in comparison with the unidirectional constant stiffness structures developing the largest and the smallest values of bending. Fig. 5 shows that bending can be suppressed by tailoring the stiffness using the VAT technique. Furthermore, increasing the thermal load (ΔT) increases the bending level in the structure.”

AB - 2-In Section V, on page 9, the text below Table 2: “As shown in this table, values of μ are smaller for the designed VAT structures in comparison with other unidirectional composite structures. In particular, when ΔT= 0°C, the unidirectional constant stiffness structure with θ1 = 45° has the lowest value of bending states. For ΔT= 50°C, the unidirectional constant stiffness structure with θ1 = 90° has the lowest value of μ representing the bending states. Finally, for ΔT= 100°C, the unidirectional constant stiffness structure with θ1 = 15° has the lowest bending states in comparison with other constant stiffness composite structures. Fig. 5 shows the contour plots of χ for VAT designed structures in comparison with the unidirectional constant stiffness structures developing the largest and the smallest values of bending. Fig. 5 shows the contour plots of X for VAT designed structures in comparison with the unidirectional constant stiffness structures developing the largest and the smallest values of bending. Fig. 5 shows that bending can be suppressed by tailoring the stiffness using the VAT technique. Furthermore, increasing the thermal load (ΔT) increases the bending level in the structure.” should be changed as follows: “As shown in this table, values of μ are smaller for the designed VAT structures in comparison with other unidirectional composite structures. Moreover, for different ΔT, unidirectional constant stiffness structures with θ1 = 45° have the lowest values of μ representing the bending states. Fig. 5 shows the contour plots of X for VAT designed structures in comparison with the unidirectional constant stiffness structures developing the largest and the smallest values of bending. Fig. 5 shows that bending can be suppressed by tailoring the stiffness using the VAT technique. Furthermore, increasing the thermal load (ΔT) increases the bending level in the structure.”

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U2 - 10.2514/6.2022-0869.c1

DO - 10.2514/6.2022-0869.c1

M3 - Comment/debate

AN - SCOPUS:85125700841

JO - AIAA Science and Technology Forum and Exposition, AIAA SciTech Forum 2022

JF - AIAA Science and Technology Forum and Exposition, AIAA SciTech Forum 2022

M1 - 2022-0869.c1

Y2 - 3 January 2022 through 7 January 2022

ER -

Duration: 3 Jan 2022 → 7 Jan 2022