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Compression Warp

Compression Warp

Compression Warp

(OP)
Could anybody help me understanding the 'compression warp' of propeller of Hamilton Sundstrand 568F?

- What part of propeller is it?

Your kind answer or comments will be highly appreciated.

RE: Compression Warp

Does this have to do with the orientation of a composites ply?

RE: Compression Warp

The specific term the initiator asks about... RE the "'compression warp' of propeller"... is not defined in any available 'standard' dictionary or glossary or encyclopedia on aerospace composite composites materials as-well-as] construction/design manuals/guides]... that I could find... including the fairly extensive SAE AIR4844 Composites and Metal Bonding Glossary

This vaguely worded question... yet meant to be a fairly specific/leading question... may be explicit to Hamilton Sundstrand terminology/technology and/or explicit to composite propeller [and fan blade?] design/fabrication.

Regards, Wil Taylor
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RE: Compression Warp

(OP)
Shame on me!!!

I found that it is not a part of propeller. It is a kind of maintenance technology for propeller. But it make me more complicated with technology. I wonder what kinds of technology for what?

RE: Compression Warp

(OP)
Thanks so much. MintJulep.

FAA SAIB helped me to understand the meaning of the word, but I still don't know what it is.

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