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Composites certification approach for aircraft structures

Composites certification approach for aircraft structures

Composites certification approach for aircraft structures

Does anyone know how to find the following document?
"I4-FVK/91 Standards for Structural Substantiation of Sailplane and Powered Sailplane Components Consisting of Glass or Carbon Fiber Reinforced Plastics” - LBA July 1991"

It should be a public paper of the German Civil Aviation Authority accepted by Easa for certigication of small composite Airplane.

Thanks for your help.

RE: Composites certification approach for aircraft structures

You best bet may be to go to the manufacturers in Germany that build sailplanes, like Alexander Schleicher , Shemp Hirth , or Glazer Dirks and see if they can tell you how to get it. If it is that old it may have been superceded.

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