qThis book is an attempt to present under one cover the current state of knowledge concerning the potential lightning effects on aircraft and the means that are available to [aircraft] designers and operators to protect against these effects.q--p. iii.Subsequent inspection showed extensive damage to the right and left wing tips and to their electrical wiring. The attachment points and direct effects are pictured in Figure 4.16 (A-F) (Reference 4.22) and are represented by a diagram in Figure 4.17. ... This shattering allowed a portion of the first stroke current to enter the right navigation light power wire, exploding it between the lamp and the outer rib, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Lightning Protection of Aircraft|
|Author||:||Franklin A. Fisher, J. Anderson Plumer|