Bonded doubler repairs to composites, carbon or glass must be justified considering the failure case, i.e depending on the structure classification the component must be able to carry limit or ultimate loading without the repair. Does the same hold true for metal to metal repair?
I mean bonded doublers on composite components are considered “cosmetic” or “non structural”. Is this the same for metal to metal bonds?
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