The Concept of a Full Scale Fatigue Test of a Su-22 Fighter Bomber

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Abstract

This article presents a concept of the full scale fatigue test of a Su-22 fighter bomber. The authors define the general concept and goals of the test as well as the tasks to be accomplished in the preparation stage. The current work status is summarized and future tasks are defined.

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