The Resource Electromagnetic shielding and corrosion protection for aerospace vehicles, Jan W. Gooch, John K. Daher

Electromagnetic shielding and corrosion protection for aerospace vehicles, Jan W. Gooch, John K. Daher

Label
Electromagnetic shielding and corrosion protection for aerospace vehicles
Title
Electromagnetic shielding and corrosion protection for aerospace vehicles
Statement of responsibility
Jan W. Gooch, John K. Daher
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
UKM
Dewey number
  • 629.1
  • 629.47/2
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
TL875
LC item number
.G66 2007
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Electromagnetic shielding and corrosion protection for aerospace vehicles, Jan W. Gooch, John K. Daher
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [123]) and index
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Contents
Machine derived contents note: Preface ix -- Acknowledgment x -- 1. Electromagnetic Shielding Effectiveness and Corrosion Prevention I1 -- 1.1 Electromagnetic Environment 1 -- 1.2 Importance of Electromagnetic Shielding and Corrosion -- Prevention for Aircraft I -- 2. Fundamentals of Corrosion 5 -- 2.1 Corrosion -- 2.2 Conditions for Corrosion 6 -- 2.2.1 Electrochemical Aspects 6 -- 2.2.2 Environmental Aspects 8 -- 2.2.3 Metallurgical Aspects 10 -- 2.3 Types of Corrosion 11 -- 2.3.1 Uniform Attack 11 -- 2.3.2 Galvanic or Two-Metal Corrosion 12 -- 2.3.3 Crevice Corrosion 12 -- 2.3.4 Pitting 13 -- 2.3.5 Intergranular Corrosion 14 -- 2.3.6 Selective Leaching 14 -- 2.3.7. Erosion Corrosion 14 -- 2.3.8 Stress Corrosion 14 -- 3. Fundamentals of Electromagnetic Shielding 17 -- 3.1 Definition of Shielding Effectiveness 17 -- 3.2 Factors that Determine Shielding Effectiveness 17 -- 3.3 Electromagnetic Shielding Theory 18 -- 3.3.1 Absorption Loss 18 -- 3.3.2 Reflection Loss 20 -- 3.3.3 Multiple Reflection Correction Term 21 -- 3.3.4 Effect of Near-Field Sources on Shielding Effectiveness 21 -- 3.4 Practical Electromagnetic Shielding 22 -- 3.5 Role of Conductive Sealants in Electromagnetic Shielding 24 -- 4. Investigation of the Relationship Between DC Resistance and -- Shielding Effectiveness 25 -- 4.1 Determining a Relationship Between DC Resistance and Shielding -- Effectiveness 25 -- 4.2 Stainless Steel Test Joint for DC Resistance and Shielding -- Effectiveness Measurements 25 -- 4.3 DC Resistance Measurements 28 -- 4.4 Shielding Effectiveness Measurements 29 -- 4.5 Measurement Results on the Relationship Between DC Resistance -- and Shielding Effectiveness 30 -- 4.6 Effect of Plate Separation on Shielding Effectiveness 33 -- 5. Identification and Evaluation of Optimum Conductive Sealant -- Materials 35 -- 5.1 Identification of Materials 35 -- 5.2 Evaluation of Conductive Sealants in Salt Spray Environment per -- A STM B l17 38 -- 5.2.1 Aluminum Test Joints 38 -- 5.2.2 Measurement Results of DC Resistance Versus Salt Spray -- Exposure 42 -- 5.2.3 Measurement Results of Shielding Effectiveness Versus -- Salt Spray Exposure 43 -- 5.3 Summary of Optimum Conductive Sealant Materials 46 -- 5.4 Relationship Between DC Resistance, Shielding Effectiveness, and -- Transfer Impedance 46 -- 5.4.1 Evaluation of Laboratory Sealant Test Samples 46 -- 6. Field Test Evaluations on E-3A Aircraft 57 -- 6.1 Introduction 57 -- 6.1.2 Visits to Air Force Installations 58 -- 6.2 Field Test Description 63 -- 6.2.1 Location of Test Sites , 63 -- 6.2.2 Field Test M ethods 63 -- 6.2.3 E-3A Aircraft Field Test Results 72 -- 6.3 C onclusions 73 -- 6.4 Recom m endations 74 -- 7 Assessment of the Validity of the MIL-B-50878 Class R Bonding -- Requirem ents 75 -- 7.1 Background 75 -- 7.2 Basis/Rational Behind the 2.5-Milliohm Bonding Requirements 76 -- 7.3 Summary and Conclusions on Validity of 2.5 Milliohm Bonding -- Requirem ents 78 -- 7.4 Proposed Changes to Standards, Specification and Handbooks 78 -- 7.4.1 M odifications to M IL-B-5087B 80 -- 7.4.2 Modifications to MIL-STD-188-124A 82 -- 7.4.3 Modifications to MIL-STD-1541 85 -- 7.4.4 Modifications to MIL-STD-1542 86 -- 7.4.5 Modifications to MIL-STD-454K 87 -- 7.4.6 Modifications to MIL-HDBK-253 88 -- 7.4.7 Modifications to AFSC Design Handbook 1-4 91 -- 7.4.8 Modifications to NATO STANAG No. 3659 97 -- 7.5 Recommendations for Corrosion Prevention Materials/Processes -- for Use on Existing (and Future) Aircraft and Weapon Systems 99 -- 7.6 Recommendations for Using Corrosion Prevention Materials for -- retrofitting Existing Nuclear Harden Aircraft and Weapons -- Systems 99 -- 7.6.1 Retrofitting Aircraft with Conductive Sealant 99 -- 7.6.2. Annodized and Chemical Conversion Type Treated -- Aluminum Surfaces 99 -- 7.7 Resealable Joints Using Liquid Applied Conductive Sealants 100 -- 7.7.1 Resealable Joints in Salt Spray Chamber 100 -- 7.7.2 Opening Resealable Joints 101 -- 7.7.3 Comments 101 -- 7.8 Shielding Effectiveness of Non-Conductive Corrosion Inhibitive -- Sealant 10 1 -- 7.9 Aerospace Material Specification 102 -- 8. EMI Gaskets 103 -- 8.1 EMI Gasket Applications and Selection Criteria 103 -- 8.2 Stamped and Formed Metal Gaskets 103 -- 8.3 Wire Mesh Gaskets 104 -- 8.4 Conductively-Loaded Elastomeric Gaskets 105 -- 8.5 Conductive Fabric-Clad Foam Gaskets 105 -- 8.6 Conductive Gel Gaskets 106 -- A. Shielding Effectiveness Data for Test Joints with Varying -- Resistances 107 -- B. Shielding Effectiveness Versus Plate Separation Data 117 -- References 123
Control code
000041580119
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
x, 129 p.
Isbn
9780387460949
Lccn
2006938807
Other control number
2475446
Other physical details
ill.
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.b24848463
System control number
  • (OCoLC)74966974
  • springerebk0387460942

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