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Coiled Stainless Steel Tubing: Part I. Test Results

Report Number: WADC TR 57-507 Part I
Author: Chmura, Joseph J., Jr.
Author: Stouffer, Ronald D.
Author: Winter, Albert N.
Corporate Author: Martin Company
Laboratory: Aircraft Laboratory
Date of Publication: 1957-07
Pages: 135
Contract: AF 33(616)-3464
Project: 1371
Task: 13497
PB Number: PB131719
AD Number: AD0142251

Test were conducted on specimens of coiled stainless steel tubing and torsional tubes to determine the validity of the theoretical analysis of stress and deformations arising form pressure and mechanical flexure. A manual for the design of coiled stainless steel tubing for use in aircraft hydraulic and pneumatic systems was prepared and based on the test data.

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