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Question p.23.9: A portion of a wing box is built-in at one end and carries a...

A portion of a wing box is built-in at one end and carries a shear load of 2000 N through its shear centre and a torque of 1000 N m as shown in Fig. P.23.9. If the skin panel in the upper surface of the inboard bay is removed, calculate the shear flows in the spar webs and remaining skin panels, the distribution of load in the spar flanges and the loading on the central rib. Assume that the spar webs and skin panels are effective in resisting shear stresses only.

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