2 cells with tube web internal shear resisting pattern

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  1. Mar 7, 2019 #1

    jl_s

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    wsimpso1

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    Your question as currently asked will require WAY more thought and effort to answer than you spent asking it. You are asking volunteers to guess at what you want an opinion on. What you might get could be way off of your intended topic... Please spend enough time on the question so that the folks reading it will feel like answering.

    I do have one comment - the trailing edge is rarely modeled as it is usually flaps or ailerons and thus does not contribute to the bending and torsional behaviour of the wing. This is a two-cell structure...

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