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By Robert F. Dorr, Jerry Scutts

This article tells the tale of Bell's Cobras, from their layout and advent, via their use within the a long way East and Russia, to their eventual retirement.

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To develop primary structure components and introduce them into service was an even more challenging effort. 12) for the SAAB 340 and Fokker 50 turboprops developed by Dowty Rotol [11]. These parts are manufactured by using braids and fabric and represent an early application for the new approach combining RTM processing technology and textile preforming (braiding). An important programme that set the pace for RTM primary structures was the F22 prototype development. On this aircraft, RTM is used to produce some 325 components throughout.

It therefore is important to match the temperature requirements of the resin system to the service limits of the selected injection equipment (while incorporating a reasonable margin of safety). The size of the part will define the capacity and flow rate requirements of the apparatus. It is important that the injection system (or systems if multiple units are used in parallel) provide an ample supply of resin sufficient to fill and burp the mould cavity. Interruption of an injection to refill the resin reservoir should be the last option.

SME technical paper presented at Resin Transfer Molding for the Aerospace Industry, Manhattan Beach, CA, March. 4. Liquid Control Corp. , North Canton, OH, USA. 5. Larsen, M. , North Canton, OH, USA. 6. R. (1986) I\'ew appeal in resin transfer. Modern Plastics (July). 7. Calli, E. (1982) Resin-transfer molding: a cost effective alternative. Plastics Design Forum (Marchi April), 47-57. 8. Venus-Cusmer (1993) Catalog, Volume 1: Sprayup, Resin Injection, Cast and Pour, 7th edn, Venus-Cusmer, Kent, WA, USA.

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