Aeronautical Materials – Teacher Reference
2001 Materials Science and Engineering - UNSW3
1.AIRCRAFT MATERIALS - INTRODUCTION2.THE AIRFRAME2.1Aluminium Alloys2.2
Nickel Based Superalloys3.5
Turbine Blade Design3.6
Turbine Blade Coatings4.
CORROSION4.1 Surface Corrosion4.2Stress Corrosion Cracking4.3Galvanic Corrosion4.4 Crevice Corrosion4.5 Pitting Corrosion4.6 Exfoliation5.
NON DESTRUCTIVE TESTING5.1Liquid Penetrant Inspection5.2Magnetic Particle Inspection5.3Ultrasonic Inspection5.4Radiography5.5Other Techniques6.
Front Page: Boeing F/A 18 
In this set of notes we willa)examine important design constraints involved with aerospace materialsb) provide an introduction to materials selectionc) consider design constraints of a number of aeronautical devices and detail thematerials in useThe notes are directed towards the materials section of the Aeronautical EngineeringModule of the NSW Engineering Studies Stage 6 SyllabusIt is
the aim of these notes to describe every aeronautical material nor everyaeronautical device.