Wondering...I have been in airframe design a couple of years now and notice I am told a lot of different things by other, more experienced, engineers who claim to know what they are talking about. Then a design will come back to me and it turns out maybe they don't know as much as perhaps they thought they did. Is there a good recommendation for an airframer's or aircraft structural design handbook, guide book, manual? I have standards to consult, but can't always find what I need, and I would love to have a couple of good manuals to at least have somewhere to begin. Thanks!
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